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News & StarSir Philip Green should put more into BHS scheme if £15m moved back to him - MPNews & StarMP Frank Field has demanded Sir Philip Green ploughs more money into the BHS pension scheme if £15 million is shifted back to the billionaire as part of his £363 million settlement agreement. The Labour veteran, who chairs the Work and Pensions ... It ...and more »
AOL UKSir Philip Green should put more into BHS scheme if £15m moved back to him - MPAOL UKMP Frank Field has demanded Sir Philip Green ploughs more money into the BHS pension scheme if £15 million is shifted back to the billionaire as part of his £363 million settlement agreement. The Labour veteran, who chairs the Work and Pensions ...and more »
The Voice OnlineMillions of UK consumers still face credit blackoutThe Voice OnlineMORE THAN three million people have been frozen out of credit in the past 12 months, despite mainstream lenders promising to increase access, according to new research. Almost one in five people who applied for credit in the last 12 months – either a ...
USA TODAYComing soon, paying your tab without giving your credit cardUSA TODAYNEW YORK — It's 1 a.m. You've had a few too many at a crowded bar and walk out without paying the tab. Your credit card and driver's license sit behind the cash register, leaving your personal info widely accessible while you sleep off those vodka tonics.and more »
Financial TimesUK bank Tandem loses licence after funding blowFinancial TimesTandem said it was still planning to unveil its app in the coming months, with the aim of helping people manage their money by categorising their spending. The bank is planning to offer credit cards later this year. Mr Knox said: “The only change for ...House of Fraser is pulling a £29 million investment in challenger bank Tandem over China concernsBusiness Insiderall 13 news articles »
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Government welfare experts slam ministers for denying PIP disability benefits to 160000 vulnerable people - The Independent

The IndependentGovernment welfare experts slam ministers for denying PIP disability benefits to 160000 vulnerable peopleThe IndependentThe Government's own welfare experts have attacked a controversial decision to deny disability benefits to 160,000 vulnerable people – and urged ministers to shelve it. The changes to Personal Independence Payments (PIPs) – affecting the mentally ill ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

Coming soon, paying your tab without giving your credit card - Minneapolis Star Tribune

Coming soon, paying your tab without giving your credit cardMinneapolis Star TribuneNEW YORK — It's 1 a.m. You've had a few too many at a crowded bar and walk out without paying the tab. Your credit card and driver's license sit behind the cash register, leaving your personal info widely accessible while you sleep off those vodka tonics.and more »
(15-03-2017)

Will mortgage rates rise? What to know about Fed rate hike - Daily Mail

Daily MailWill mortgage rates rise? What to know about Fed rate hikeDaily MailWhen global markets are in turmoil, nervous investors from around the world often pour money into Treasurys because they're regarded as ultra-safe. Last year, for example, when global investors worried about economic weakness in China and the U.K.'s ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

Investor Views: "My Investments Paid Off My Mortgage" - Morningstar

Investor Views: "My Investments Paid Off My Mortgage"Morningstar“This redundancy money invested over six or seven years helped us pay off our mortgage early. It has certainly been a huge ... The company, which does a lot of its business in the UK, hasn't been helped as much by the falling pound. Its shares are up ...
(15-03-2017)

Lack of financial advice leaving pensioners at risk of 'mis-buying crisis' - The Actuary

The ActuaryLack of financial advice leaving pensioners at risk of 'mis-buying crisis'The ActuaryIt shows that 52% of people in this age group think they can make the correct decisions without advice, with many reporting a lack of understanding about what it offers, and disbelief that it represents value for money. A year on since the UK ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

Pound to euro exchange rate LIVE: Travel money update as sterling set to SOAR - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPound to euro exchange rate LIVE: Travel money update as sterling set to SOARExpress.co.ukIncreasing popularity for right-wing politicians in the run-up to European elections, especially if they are against the EU, can be detrimental for the currency. Eurozone political concerns are having a considerable impact on euro trading rates in 2017 ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

Brits Keeping Hold of £72 billion Of “Dead Money” - ABCmoney.co.uk

Brits Keeping Hold of £72 billion Of “Dead Money”ABCmoney.co.ukBrits are keeping hold of a whopping £72 billion Of “dead money” that is lying in bank accounts, ISAs and untouched pensions. The average ... And one in five has a personal pension containing more than £20,000 – which they no longer pay into. Lisa ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

Eye-watering size of “dead money economy” revealed - The London Economic

The London EconomicEye-watering size of “dead money economy” revealedThe London EconomicThe dead money economy is worth an eye-watering £721 billion, new research has found, with a staggering amount of cash laying dormant and unused in pensions, bank accounts and ISAs. With levels of consumer spending expected to be slashed in the coming ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

Brits saving for a DECADE to get on the properly ladder - 4 ways to get there sooner - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukBrits saving for a DECADE to get on the properly ladder - 4 ways to get there soonerMirror.co.ukAnd taking out a smaller loan as a result of having built up a larger deposit can generally result in cheaper mortgage repayments, as there is less money to pay back. There is also generally less risk of falling into negative equity with a bigger ...and more »
(15-03-2017)

First-time buyers are saving up to 10 years for a house deposit – how much do you need to buy a house? - The Sun

The SunFirst-time buyers are saving up to 10 years for a house deposit – how much do you need to buy a house?The SunBut with house prices in the UK continuing to soar, first-time buyers are finding it increasingly difficult to save enough. ... Mortgage Advisers said: “Our research reveals the real difficulty that first time buyers have in saving enough money for a ...Third of London first-time buyers take at least five years to save for depositEvening Standardall 3 news articles »
(15-03-2017)

You must grab last chance to boost your pension by £1300: Generous state deal ends in just 21 days - This is Money

This is MoneyYou must grab last chance to boost your pension by £1300: Generous state deal ends in just 21 daysThis is MoneyWith pension freedoms, it would be possible to take a personal pension as a lump sum and live off that while your state pension increased by 10.4 per cent a year. Someone on a full state pension of £6,203.60 a year could boost it by £645 a year (£12.40 ...
(15-03-2017)

DAILY BRIEFING: Challenger bank OakNorth lends £19m for a six story apartment block in Kilburn - This is Money

DAILY BRIEFING: Challenger bank OakNorth lends £19m for a six story apartment block in KilburnThis is MoneyCREDIT BOSS Credit card firm Capital One has appointed Amy Lenander as its boss in the UK. She joined in 2003 as a business analyst and has risen through the ranks. Lenander's predecessor Chris Newkirk has been promoted to president of the ...
(14-03-2017)

Econet unveils EcoCash home wallet app - Chronicle

ChronicleEconet unveils EcoCash home wallet appChronicle“Once registered, a user in the UK will be able to top up their Home Wallet through a debit or credit card or bank transfer, which will allow them to send money home and perform all other transactions available on EcoCash in Zimbabwe such as pay bill ...
(14-03-2017)

Could property pay for your retirement? Investing in bricks and mortar is much less attractive than it was, but ... - This is Money

This is MoneyCould property pay for your retirement? Investing in bricks and mortar is much less attractive than it was, but ...This is MoneyAnd when we're not glued to Location, Location, Location or Grand Designs on television, we're thinking about the huge amount of money we will need to pay off a mortgage. For many of us, there's something reassuring in investing in a building you can ...and more »
(14-03-2017)

Older borrowers stuck with interest-only mortgages they can't pay off thrown a lifeline by new deal - This is Money

This is MoneyOlder borrowers stuck with interest-only mortgages they can't pay off thrown a lifeline by new dealThis is MoneyAround half of Britain's 2.6 million interest-only borrowers will struggle to clear their debts, according to the City watchdog. In 2013, the ... Banking chiefs told Money Mail that Shawbrook's mortgage would put pressure on bigger lenders to offer ...and more »
(14-03-2017)
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