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Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary fees - Actuarial PostActuarial PostHard-working savers caught in 'the financial advice gap' are paying over £2bn in unnecessary pensions management charges each year. Profile Financial, the ...and more »
Pension savers being hit by £2bn of unnecessary feesActuarial PostProfile Financial, the UK's leading Independent Pension Professionals, is today launching a report** that shines a light on the UK's lazy pension pots. • Over £180bn* of personal pensions are languishing ... “Some savers with the oldest pensions are at ...and more »
Mortgage StrategyPost Office launches seven-year fixMortgage StrategyPost Office Money Mortgages is launching a range of loans, including its first seven-year fixed rate. The seven-year mortgage is fixed at 2.59 per cent at 75 per cent LTV. It has early repayment charges of 4 per cent until 30 November 2020, 3 per cent ...
UK IGCs and pension providers launch 'value for money' research project | News | IPE - IPE.comIPE.comEleven independent governance committees (IGCs) and their UK workplace pension providers are launching a research initiative to develop a common understanding of what members consider to be “value for money”. ... (FCA), IGCs - new bodies set up within ...
UK IGCs and pension providers launch 'value for money' research projectIPE.comEleven independent governance committees (IGCs) and their UK workplace pension providers are launching a research initiative to develop a common understanding of what members consider to be “value for money”. ... (FCA), IGCs - new bodies set up within ...
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Revealed: How Brits are losing millions to UK's biggest scam while the government stands by - The Bureau of Investigative Journalism

The Bureau of Investigative JournalismRevealed: How Brits are losing millions to UK's biggest scam while the government stands byThe Bureau of Investigative JournalismThe Bureau spoke to dozens of people across the UK who had been targeted by a range of different companies. Many people have had money taken off their credit cards without consent – in some cases thousands of pounds. Hundreds of binary options ...and more »
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Parents hit with a £100,000 mortgage penalty for sending their ... - This is Money

This is MoneyParents hit with a £100,000 mortgage penalty for sending their ...This is MoneyFor the first time, we can reveal how banks slash the loans they offer to borrowers whose children go to nursery, where fees are soaring, or are looked after by a ...and more »
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Revealed: How parents are hit with a £100000 mortgage penalty for sending their children to nursery - This is Money

This is MoneyRevealed: How parents are hit with a £100000 mortgage penalty for sending their children to nurseryThis is MoneyFamilies where both parents work are being penalised by lenders when they apply for a mortgage. For the first time, we can reveal how banks slash the loans they offer to borrowers whose children go to nursery, where fees are soaring, or are looked ...and more »
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Base-rate cut could lead to UK mortgages at less than 1% interest - The Guardian

The GuardianBase-rate cut could lead to UK mortgages at less than 1% interestThe GuardianAccording to analysts at Bernstein, which is based in the City, another rate cut from the Bank of England would drive standard two-year fixed-rate mortgages to 1.1% – and to less than 1% for customers with a good credit rating. The analysts at ...and more »
(20-09-2016)

Merryn Somerset Webb - Financial Times

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Wells Fargo CEO apologizes for betraying customers' trust - Daily Mail

Daily MailWells Fargo CEO apologizes for betraying customers' trustDaily MailWells Fargo is in the spotlight after its employees allegedly created up to 2 million bank and credit card accounts, transferred customers' money without telling them and even created fake email addresses to sign people up for online banking in an ...and more »
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Here's Why You *Need* To Start Saving Your Pension Now - LOOK

LOOKHere's Why You *Need* To Start Saving Your Pension NowLOOKWhen you move up the ladder and start working for a super professional company you'll most likely be auto-enrolled into a pension scheme. You can opt out and continue your personal savings but having already started your pension, you'll have a better ...
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Margaret Hodge's book outlines 'mind boggling' UK public sector waste - The Register

The RegisterMargaret Hodge's book outlines 'mind boggling' UK public sector wasteThe RegisterFrom that bird's eye perspective, she witnessed "mind-boggling waste of taxpayers' money right across government,” which she documents in her new book Called to Account: How Corporate Bad Behaviour and Government Waste Combine to Cost us Millions ...
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Atom Bank is raising £100 million and getting into mortgages - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKAtom Bank is raising £100 million and getting into mortgagesBusiness Insider UKApp-only challenger bank is raising £100 million ($129.6 million) from its shareholders to break into mortgages, according to Sky News. The fintech startup, which opened to customers earlier this year, reportedly wants to raise money funds so it has ...and more »
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House prices: 'Selfish' baby boomers would give up rises to help young - The Week UK

The Week UKHouse prices: 'Selfish' baby boomers would give up rises to help youngThe Week UKResearch by the Intergenerational Foundation claims the UK's oft-cited housing crisis is having an effect on social cohesion, with young people moving into the cities and older homeowners becoming isolated in the suburbs. The number of neighbourhoods ...and more »
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Financial scams, savings, pensions and investment - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Financial scams, savings, pensions and investmentSpectator.co.uk (blog)Financial scams, savings, pensions and investment. Helen Nugent. Money ... Moneyfacts.co.uk says that by making use of the Current Account Switch Guarantee (which has been in force for three years this month), spenders and savers alike could earn up to ...Financial fraud incidents up 53 per cent in first half of 2016 : Financial Fraud Action UKFinancial Fraud Action UKall 70 news articles »
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Retirement planning: Should I be saving for my pension in my 20s and how do I do it? - Evening Standard

Evening StandardRetirement planning: Should I be saving for my pension in my 20s and how do I do it?Evening StandardPut bluntly, if you don't have a job with a decent pension scheme, or some kind of money-spinning property portfolio by now, chances are you'll be feeling screwed by your retirement. And to make matters worse, articles about young people's retirement ...and more »
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Retirement planning: Should I be saving for my pension in my 20s ... - Evening Standard

Evening StandardRetirement planning: Should I be saving for my pension in my 20s ...Evening StandardRetirement. A trip on the Orient Express, a fancy cruise, or – depending on what you're into when you're 70 – weekday afternoons spent getting your hands dirty ...and more »
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Card dangers – millions of Brits hit by fraud, the risks and how to stay safe - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCard dangers – millions of Brits hit by fraud, the risks and how to stay safeMirror.co.ukIn the past year alone an astonishing 4.5million Britons have been the victim of a cyber attack – with money actually going missing from accounts far more often than not. Figures from comparethemarket.com showed that 62% of attacks succeeded in getting ...and more »
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Two in five tenants across the UK are at least 46 years old - Daily Mail - Daily Mail

Daily MailTwo in five tenants across the UK are at least 46 years old - Daily MailDaily MailEighteen per cent of renters are over the age of 55 and 22 per cent are between 46 and 55 years old, the figures from letting agent Your Move found.and more »
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