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This is MoneyALEX BRUMMER: A fiasco for shareholders as firms just can't seem to learn from their mistakesThis is MoneyNevertheless, because BHS was part of a personal fiefdom, not owned by the public through their pension funds and savings, it is possible to argue that management has more latitude to act in its own selfish, if horribly disagreeable, fashion. ... In ...and more »
Financial TimesUK housing market calms after post-referendum panicFinancial TimesIn the days following the UK's vote to leave the EU, there was palpable fear in the property market. Investors rushed to pull their money out of real estate funds, causing several to freeze withdrawals, estate agents' optimism dried up, and ...Surveyors eye controversial Brexit clause on property valuationsMoney Marketingall 4 news articles »
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Opening doors for small companies - FT Adviser

Opening doors for small companiesFT AdviserA self-invested personal pension (Sipp) and small self administered scheme (Ssas) allow commercial property investment, so this will be available to anyone with enough money in these pension funds. There is added flexibility for the pension to borrow ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

UK public finances surplus lower than expected in July - The Guardian

The GuardianUK public finances surplus lower than expected in JulyThe Guardian“Slightly disappointing news for the chancellor, Philip Hammond, as the public finances could only eke out a small surplus in July,” said Howard Archer, the chief UK economist at IHS Global Insight. “The public finances look poised to take a serious ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: Schroders - FTAdviser.com - FT Adviser

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: Schroders - FTAdviser.comFT AdviserHome > Pensions > Personal Pensions. By Ruth Gillbe ... Earlier this month, the Association of British Insurers published data which suggested some savers are withdrawing too much money from their pension pots too soon, as payouts reached £8.2bn in the ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: Schroders - FT Adviser

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: SchrodersFT AdviserEarlier this month, the Association of British Insurers published data which suggested some savers are withdrawing too much money from their pension pots too soon, as payouts reached £8.2bn in the year since the at-retirement reforms. In the first ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: Schroders ... - FT Adviser

Almost half taking too much money from pensions: Schroders ...FT AdviserAnalysis of existing withdrawal data warns of retirees running out of money.and more »
(19-08-2016)

Borrowing into retirement: What are the options? - What Mortgage

What MortgageBorrowing into retirement: What are the options?What MortgageMany building societies have pledged to review their maximum age limits for mortgage borrowers to help support those needing mortgage finance heading into retirement. Last November, the Building Societies ... longer earning past the retirement age ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Tax man challenges 'in specie' pension contributions - Citywire.co.uk

Tax man challenges 'in specie' pension contributionsCitywire.co.ukThis would have significant 'financial costs' for individuals and pension providers he said. In specie transfers are an example of the specialist pension and tax planning conducted by financial advisers. They typically occur in self-invested personal ...
(19-08-2016)

Friday Papers: City to argue for 'Swiss plus' deal with EU - Citywire.co.uk

Friday Papers: City to argue for 'Swiss plus' deal with EUCitywire.co.ukThe Times: German banks began a campaign to make Frankfurt the “EU hub for the UK” in finance yesterday with a call for Angela Merkel to lead the fight to win the spoils of Brexit. Financial Times: Treasury Wine Estates reported that full-year net ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Until family life is more affordable, young people will keep delaying it - Irish Independent

Until family life is more affordable, young people will keep delaying itIrish IndependentAs Charlie Weston, the paper's Personal Finance Editor, pointed out, on that kind of income you can forget about the new car and the exotic foreign holidays. What's more, it is likely to get much worse because a huge question mark hangs over whether ...
(19-08-2016)

Royal London enjoys auto-enrolment boom - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandRoyal London enjoys auto-enrolment boomHerald ScotlandRoyal London, the UK's biggest insurance mutual which employs over 1000 in Edinburgh, has continued to benefit from the government's pension reforms with another big rise in new business. The former Scottish Life pensions business based in Edinburgh ...Royal London reports strong growth in new business sales and operating profit despite market uncertainty and low ...Actuarial Postall 16 news articles »
(18-08-2016)

Co-op Bank recovery hit by lower interest rates and Brexit vote - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukCo-op Bank recovery hit by lower interest rates and Brexit voteMirror.co.ukIt trimmed half-year pre-tax losses to £177million from £204.2m the year before, thanks partly to a £58.1m windfall from selling its stake in credit-card business Visa Europe. But the Co-op said the Bank of England 's decision to cut interest rates to ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

Bernie Sanders never got around to releasing personal financial disclosure form - Daily Mail

Daily MailBernie Sanders never got around to releasing personal financial disclosure formDaily MailAs a sitting senator, Sanders had already disclosed his 2015 finances to the public, which showed that his main source of wealth came from his wife Jane's mutual funds. Beyond that, he received a small pension from the city of Burlington, Vermont, as ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

Pontrobert woman being 'punished' for not being able to work - News North Wales

News North WalesPontrobert woman being 'punished' for not being able to workNews North Wales“My partner was looking after me, working part time, and getting a carer's allowance, but now benefits have moved over to what is called PIP personal independence payment. “It is made up of two ... However, the Department for Work and Pensions wrote to ...
(18-08-2016)

Low / Negative Interst Rate's Legacy - The Market Oracle

The Market OracleLow / Negative Interst Rate's LegacyThe Market OracleHowever, since the dollar and U.S. Treasury securities can be counted as a part of foreign bank reserves, and allows the trade surplus country to expand its money supply, such money expansion creates inflation in the developing surplus countries, while ...and more »
(18-08-2016)

French unemployment rate falls below 10% for first time since 2012 - The Guardian

The GuardianFrench unemployment rate falls below 10% for first time since 2012The GuardianIn the UK, the jobless rate is 4.9%, while 4.2% of people are out of work in Germany. ... Jobs do not pay enough to provide for a life and, thanks to the ownership of AI by the oligarchy, .0001% of the population who use it for their own narrow ...and more »
(18-08-2016)
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