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Financial TimesNationwide hit by mortgage lending price warFinancial TimesThe UK's largest building society said the fall in net lending reflected the reduction in buy-to-let mortgages following punitive tax changes, and increased mortgage redemptions due to competition in the market and better rates on offer. ... Challenger ...Nationwide warns of squeeze on household spending and tough times ahead as profits fall 10%This is MoneyNationwide enters lifetime mortgage marketMortgage StrategyUK's Nationwide Building Society reports 4% fall in H1 profitRTE.ieReutersall 24 news articles »
How to Build a Decent Retirement IncomeMorningstarIt is not surprising, then, that a growing number of retirees are opting to put their money into income drawdown – where you leave your pension pot invested during retirement and take an income from it. Fidelity estimates that retirees in drawdown ...and more »
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I'm a financial planner — here are the best 7 pieces of advice I can give you about money in your 30s - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKI'm a financial planner — here are the best 7 pieces of advice I can give you about money in your 30sBusiness Insider UKThe government created tax-advantaged retirement accounts to incentivize people to save more money because not everyone gets enough from Social Security and pensions are pretty much dead. Retirement accounts are a good thing — for retirement.and more »
(12-11-2017)

My retail revolution putting new 'stores' (don't call them branches) on the map: Metro founder Vernon Hill ... - This is Money

This is MoneyMy retail revolution putting new 'stores' (don't call them branches) on the map: Metro founder Vernon Hill ...This is MoneyHill reckons you can open a personal account in 15 minutes, including anti-money laundering and credit checks, printing a permanent debit and credit card and downloading a mobile app - compared with tortuous processes at other banks. To open a business ...and more »
(12-11-2017)

Sunday Papers: Wall Street braced for 'disorderly Brexit' - Citywire.co.uk

Sunday Papers: Wall Street braced for 'disorderly Brexit'Citywire.co.ukThe Sunday Times: HSBC's new chairman Mark Tucker has told investors that he is on the prowl for acquisitions, with American credit card businesses among his targets. The Sunday Telegraph: The founder and former chairman of ground engineer Van Elle ...and more »
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Here are eight magic tips to keep your credit rating high and ahead of the pack - The Sun

The SunHere are eight magic tips to keep your credit rating high and ahead of the packThe SunWOULD you credit it? The average household owes £2,562 on credit cards — which would take 26 years to pay on base repayments. But the recent interest rate rise means anyone taking out a new credit card could face a higher rate, so it will take even ...
(12-11-2017)

How to find hot deals for a cool skiing trip by travelling at the right time and visiting the right place - This is Money

This is MoneyHow to find hot deals for a cool skiing trip by travelling at the right time and visiting the right placeThis is MoneyIf you use your own car when flying out from Britain also consider booking well in advance. You can ... Also, remember that when out enjoying apres-ski and using a credit or debit card for payment, always opt to pay in the local currency and not in ...
(12-11-2017)

TONY HETHERINGTON: It's time to leave the Cameron House Hotel timeshare - This is Money

This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: It's time to leave the Cameron House Hotel timeshareThis is MoneyIf you believe you are the victim of financial wrongdoing, write to Tony Hetherington at Financial Mail, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TS or email tony.hetherington@mailonsunday.co.uk. Because of the high volume of enquiries, personal replies cannot be given.
(12-11-2017)

Banks ordered to prove they lend with care - The Times

The TimesBanks ordered to prove they lend with careThe TimesThe City watchdog has demanded evidence that banks are turning down loan and credit card applications from customers already struggling with debts. In response to mounting concern about rising levels of personal indebtedness, the Financial Conduct ...
(12-11-2017)

Jill Insley's Question of Money: This is the captain speaking — fix this mess - The Times

The TimesJill Insley's Question of Money: This is the captain speaking — fix this messThe TimesBut if Voga was even a day late, I suggested you ask your credit card company for a refund under section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act. This allows you to claim a refund if there is a breach of contract or misrepresentation by a trader you have paid ...
(12-11-2017)

You're never too young to nurture a golden nest egg - The Times

You're never too young to nurture a golden nest eggThe TimesAs we know, personal taxes in Ireland are high — up to 40% even on relatively modest salaries. So Anne decides at the end of her first month at work to pay money to herself via the young age pension, and less to the taxman. She puts €500 a month into ...
(12-11-2017)

Man extradited from Ireland faces mortgage scheme fraud charges - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphMan extradited from Ireland faces mortgage scheme fraud chargesBelfast TelegraphThe indictment said Lee and others converted Boston properties into condominiums, prepared fake mortgage loan applications and forged property appraisals. The properties eventually went into foreclosure. Prosecutors said lenders lost money in the ...and more »
(11-11-2017)

Alas poor chancellor: doomed to do little and please no one - The Guardian

The GuardianAlas poor chancellor: doomed to do little and please no oneThe GuardianManifesto commitments will force him to spend money on raising the personal allowance threshold for income tax from £11,500 to £12,500, and the income threshold for paying the 40p rate to £50,000. With VAT and national insurance untouchable, and any ...and more »
(11-11-2017)

As digital payments spread, the cash lobby raises its voice - wtkr.com

wtkr.comAs digital payments spread, the cash lobby raises its voicewtkr.comCredit card companies, tech startups, and even some governments have pushed to move consumers away from carrying around a wad of bills in their pocket toward using plastic or their smartphones to make payments. Digital transactions are safer, cheaper ...and more »
(11-11-2017)

As digital payments spread, the cash lobby raises its voice - fox2now.com

As digital payments spread, the cash lobby raises its voicefox2now.comCredit card companies, tech startups, and even some governments have pushed to move consumers away from carrying around a wad of bills in their pocket toward using plastic or their smartphones to make payments. Digital transactions are safer, cheaper ...and more »
(11-11-2017)

Looking after financially vulnerable consumers - HeraldScotland

HeraldScotlandLooking after financially vulnerable consumersHeraldScotlandHe pointed to rising interest rates on credit cards offered by Barclaycard, Lloyds and Halifax, as well as shorter 0 per cent balance transfer windows, although some commentators believe competitive deals could re-enter the market in the New Year, when ...
(11-11-2017)

The bank of Mum and Dad: 'It's such a huge amount of money. And guilt' - The Guardian

The GuardianThe bank of Mum and Dad: 'It's such a huge amount of money. And guilt'The GuardianAll in all, the “bank” will support the purchase of £75bn worth of property, making it the equivalent of a top 10 mortgage lender; the average amount of money provided is set to rise to £21,600. The Social Mobility Commission reports that 34% of first ...and more »
(11-11-2017)
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