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AOL Money UKHow you can make your savings work harderAOL Money UKIf you use them the wrong way a credit card can be a dangerous thing to have, but if you are careful with your spending and repayments they can be a great tool for giving you a little extra breathing space. A good idea is to switch your funds into a ...
Daily MailWells Fargo banker claims he was fired after calling the company's ethics lineDaily MailWells Fargo's operation is under scrutiny since it agreed to pay $185million to federal and local authorities to settle allegations that bankers striving to meet the targets opened credit card and bank accounts, moved money between them and even ...and more »
Financial TimesA lunchtime lesson about pensions for millennialsFinancial TimesThere's the money you put in (the sandwich) which gets topped up with money your employer puts in (the drink) and money from tax relief (the crisps or carrot sticks). So you might have to pay for the sandwich ... As I know from personal experience ...
Financial TimesYour pension on your smartphone — FT.comFinancial TimesSeptember 21, 2016. by: Josephine Cumbo, Pensions Correspondent. Pension provision is an area of the financial services industry that has been largely bypassed by the digital revolution transforming the way millions of consumers manage their money.
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New 'retirement quality mark' for income drawdown products ... - This is Money

This is MoneyNew 'retirement quality mark' for income drawdown products ...This is MoneyA 'quality mark' scheme to help savers pick a decent income drawdown products that can see them through retirement has been launched. Tests to ensure ...and more »
(15-09-2016)

New 'quality mark' to help people confused by income drawdown launched by pensions industry body - This is Money

This is MoneyNew 'quality mark' to help people confused by income drawdown launched by pensions industry bodyThis is MoneyBy Tanya Jefferies for Thisismoney.co.uk. Published: 01:14 ... Many studies carried out following pension freedom have found people welcome the opportunity to have more control over their money, but are baffled by the options available and nervous of ...and more »
(15-09-2016)

Zero hours contracts spark 5 million debt problems - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKZero hours contracts spark 5 million debt problemsAOL Money UKA new study has revealed that millions of people are facing problem debts because the amount they earn varies from month to month. It makes it impossible to budget, difficult to pay essential bills, and means in many cases people cannot afford to meet ...
(14-09-2016)

Brexit effect chills the housing market in July but mortgage brokers say buyers are coming back in September - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit effect chills the housing market in July but mortgage brokers say buyers are coming back in SeptemberThis is MoneyMark Harris, of mortgage broker SPF Private Clients, said July's figures underlined the 'lack of confidence' seen in the UK as the government collapsed, politicians scrabbled for power and Brexit campaigners stabbed each other in the backs. 'The pick ...Mortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CMLThe GuardianMcDonald's could face $500m EU back-tax billThe Week UKall 25 news articles »
(14-09-2016)

Brexit chills housing market in July but mortgage brokers say buyers are back in September | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyBrexit chills housing market in July but mortgage brokers say buyers are back in September | This is MoneyThis is MoneyMark Harris, of mortgage broker SPF Private Clients, said July's figures underlined the 'lack of confidence' seen in the UK as the government collapsed, politicians scrabbled for power and Brexit campaigners stabbed each other in the backs. 'The pick ...All time high in people cashing in on cheap mortgage ratesMirror.co.ukMortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CMLThe GuardianMcDonald's could face $500m EU back-tax billThe Week UKall 25 news articles »
(14-09-2016)

How can you pay off debt in retirement? - AOL Money UK - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHow can you pay off debt in retirement? - AOL Money UKAOL Money UKMore people are retiring with significant debts than ever before. Recent research found that the average pensioner owes £34000 - through a combination of ...Credit Card Repayment Calculator | Credit KarmaCredit Karmaconsumer expenditures - Bureau of Labor StatisticsBureau of Labor StatisticsDebt of the Elderly and Near Elderly, 1992–2013, p. - Employee Benefit Research InstituteEmployee Benefit Research Instituteall 7 news articles »
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How can you pay off debt in retirement? - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKHow can you pay off debt in retirement?AOL Money UKRecent research found that the average pensioner owes £34,000 - through a combination of outstanding mortgage balances, loans, credit cards and overdrafts. Once you hit your 70s, it becomes harder to borrow money cheaply, so as their retirement ...Credit Card Repayment Calculator | Credit KarmaCredit KarmaDebt of the Elderly and Near Elderly, 1992–2013, p. - Employee Benefit Research InstituteEmployee Benefit Research Instituteall 7 news articles »
(14-09-2016)

Chinese boy steals his mother's credit card and blows £11k on online games in one month - Daily Mail

Daily MailChinese boy steals his mother's credit card and blows £11k on online games in one monthDaily MailAccording to reports, the boy linked his mother's debit card to his online account and spent money. His mother says she doesn't know when he linked her card and she never saw him paying for things on the QQ site. It was only when she went to the bank ...
(14-09-2016)

11-year-old Chinese boy steals his mother's credit card and blows £11000 pounds on online games in one month - Daily Mail

Daily Mail11-year-old Chinese boy steals his mother's credit card and blows £11000 pounds on online games in one monthDaily MailThe boy and his mother were spending their summer holidays in Shenzhen from July to August when the boy spent large sums of money on mobile phone games, reports the People's Daily Online. On August 1, the boy spent 38,000 yuan (£4,332) alone on ...
(14-09-2016)

All time high in people cashing in on cheap mortgage rates - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukAll time high in people cashing in on cheap mortgage ratesMirror.co.ukRe-mortgage lending lifted to its strongest levels in seven years in July as home owners snapped up the cheap deals available, banks and building societies have reported. But elsewhere there were signs of the market cooling, and the Council of Mortgage ...Brexit effect chills the housing market in July but mortgage brokers say buyers are coming back in SeptemberThis is MoneyMortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CMLThe Guardianall 25 news articles »
(14-09-2016)

Price of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004 | Money ... - The Guardian

The GuardianPrice of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004 | Money ...The GuardianResearch by SunLife shows cost of dying is rising faster than the cost of living, with grieving families having to cut back on services.and more »
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Price of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004 - The Guardian

The GuardianPrice of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004The GuardianOf those, 10% had to sell belongings to cover the cost, 24% had to put the balance on a credit card, 10% had to take out a loan and 18% had to borrow money from a friend or relative. Meanwhile, fundraising website JustGiving has revealed that the ...and more »
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Ensure default funds don't default - FT Adviser

Ensure default funds don't defaultFT AdviserIn the UK, the majority of assets in default funds are invested to support lifestyle strategies that are an investment option designed to lock in investment growth as members reach their chosen retirement age. While some providers offer specific ...and more »
(14-09-2016)

Mortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CML - The Guardian

Mirror.co.ukMortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CMLThe GuardianThe figures cover loans as they are advanced to borrowers, so suggest applications for mortgages were slowing down ahead of the UK's Brexit decision. Paul Smee, director-general of the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), said: “These figures cover the ...All time high in people cashing in on cheap mortgage ratesMirror.co.ukall 11 news articles »
(14-09-2016)

Caerphilly grandfather poses NAKED as a life model to supplement his pension - Daily Mail

Daily MailCaerphilly grandfather poses NAKED as a life model to supplement his pensionDaily MailThe OAP, who trained to become a personal trainer at the age of 60, added: 'I have never felt self-conscious - I felt liberated doing it. ... He said: 'We are not that badly off but it is a question of a bit of pocket money coming in because I like a ...and more »
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