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Get your finances in orderPetersfield MessengerIssues people are more likely to investigate in January than the rest of the year include workplace, personal and state pensions, ways to save money, investments, joint bank accounts and vehicle insurance. As well as going online, people contacted ...and more »
Get your finances in orderAlton Post GazetteIssues people are more likely to investigate in January than the rest of the year include workplace, personal and state pensions, ways to save money, investments, joint bank accounts and vehicle insurance. As well as going online, people contacted ...and more »
BBC NewsSharp rise in first-time buyers taking mortgages lasting at least 30 ...The GuardianThe average price first-time buyers are paying hit a new high last year, passing the £200,000 mark for the UK as a whole, and rising above £400,000 in London.First-time home buyers at highest level since 2007, Halifax saysBBC Newsall 20 news articles »
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Robert Jenrick: Aiming to lift living standards - Newark Advertiser

Newark AdvertiserRobert Jenrick: Aiming to lift living standardsNewark AdvertiserHappy new year to all Advertiser readers. Could 2017 possibly be as eventful as last year? Our negotiation to exit the EU will commence formally in April when Theresa May triggers Article 50; a new president of the US is promising to depart from some ...and more »
(08-01-2017)

Theresa May urged to get a grip on NHS as winter crisis spirals - The Guardian

Theresa May urged to get a grip on NHS as winter crisis spiralsThe GuardianLabour's health spokesman, Jonathan Ashworth, said: “Theresa May must commit to bring forward an extra £700m of social care money now to help hospitals cope this winter and pledge a new funding settlement for health and social care at the next budget ...and more »
(08-01-2017)

UK household debt now a record £13000, says TUC - BBC News

BBC NewsUK household debt now a record £13000, says TUCBBC NewsThe average household in the UK now owes a record amount of £12,887, even before mortgages are taken into account, according to the TUC. Its research was based on figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for the three months to the end of ...This Is How Much Money The Average UK Household Now OwesYahoo NewsDebt at record high £13000 avered owed per householdITV Newsall 12 news articles »
(08-01-2017)

Five minute guide to surviving a New Year separation - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFive minute guide to surviving a New Year separationExpress.co.ukHannah Maundrell, editor-in-chief at comparison site Money.co.uk, says you also have to unravel complex financial affairs, with bank accounts, mortgage, insurance policies and pensions all entwined: “Be warned, if you both have access to your accounts, ...and more »
(08-01-2017)

Use this trick to save big money on holiday bookings with Expedia, British Airways & more - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukUse this trick to save big money on holiday bookings with Expedia, British Airways & moreExpress.co.ukUse this trick to save big money on holiday bookings with Expedia, British Airways & more. MILLIONS of people are set to book their 2017 holiday in January and just one simple trick can save more than 10 per cent on flight and hotel bookings with big ...
(08-01-2017)

Got a gift card for Christmas? Spend it now - or it will join the £300m black hole - This is Money

Got a gift card for Christmas? Spend it now - or it will join the £300m black holeThis is MoneyAbout £300million a year remains unspent on such cards, according to industry trade body the UK Gift Card & Voucher Association. This is because ... Hannah Maundrell, of comparison website Money.co.uk, says: 'It is crazy how many gift cards go unused ...and more »
(07-01-2017)

The Observer view on the crisis in the NHS - The Guardian

The Observer view on the crisis in the NHSThe GuardianMeanwhile, the reality of her government's domestic policy is hospitals more stretched, older people left without basic personal care, schools struggling to cope with funding cuts, homelessness on the rise and an understaffed prison service barely ...and more »
(07-01-2017)

Theresa May cannot ignore NHS crisis or brush off critics - The Guardian

Theresa May cannot ignore NHS crisis or brush off criticsThe GuardianA 2014 report, based on 2011 data, rated the UK system first of 11 advanced nations, but found that, of these, only New Zealand's system was less well funded. France spent 26% more and Germany 32% more than we did. Today, the gap with Germany has ...and more »
(07-01-2017)

Landlords with more than three buy-to-lets may see mortgage rates start to climb in 2017 - This is Money

Landlords with more than three buy-to-lets may see mortgage rates start to climb in 2017This is MoneySimon Collins, of mortgage broker John Charcol, says: 'I definitely believe that we may well see a bit more competition in the very vanilla section of the buy-to-let market. 'Whether this will lead to higher pricing in the complex end of the market is ...
(07-01-2017)

Share this article - This is Money

Share this articleThis is MoneyBy Sarah Davidson For Thisismoney.co.uk 02:15 EST 06 Jan 2017, updated 02:31 EST 06 Jan 2017 ... Mortgage broker John Charcol is predicting a buy-to-let mortgage rate war in the so-called 'vanilla' end of the market, as a wave of tax and regulation ...
(07-01-2017)

Millennials say they are JEALOUS of how easy older generations have it - in life, love and finding a home - The Sun

The SunMillennials say they are JEALOUS of how easy older generations have it - in life, love and finding a homeThe SunMILLENNIALS have admitted they feel jealous of older generations, saying their parents had it easier in life and love. Instead, young people between 18 and 34-years-old have said they are working in a temporary job and have been edged out of the ...
(07-01-2017)

Barclays Capital Reiterated Virgin Money Holdings (LON:VM) As 'Overweight' - UK Market News

UK Market NewsBarclays Capital Reiterated Virgin Money Holdings (LON:VM) As 'Overweight'UK Market NewsVirgin Money Holdings (UK) plc is a United Kingdom-based retail-only bank. The Company is focused on providing residential mortgages, savings and credit cards. The Company also offers a range of investment and insurance products. Its segments include ...Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC 17.5% Potential Upside Indicated by Barclays CapitalDirectorsTalk InterviewsVirgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (VM) Price Target Raised to GBX 380Community Financial Newsall 1,742 news articles »
(07-01-2017)

'We want to be mortgage-free by the age of 45' - The Times (subscription)

'We want to be mortgage-free by the age of 45'The Times (subscription)Vikki Turner and her husband, Anthony, are the proud parents of one-year-old Maxwell. Since their son's birth Vikki, 27, has reduced her working hours as a customer care manager to four days a week. Anthony, also 27, has continued to work full-time as ...
(07-01-2017)

Could interest-free credit cards be the answer to spiralling debt? - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandCould interest-free credit cards be the answer to spiralling debt?Herald ScotlandData released by the Bank of England this week showed that UK personal debt grew by 10.8 per cent to £192.2bn in the year to 30 November, taking it to its highest level since December 2008. Andrew Hagger, founder of Moneycomms, said the ... Despite ...and more »
(07-01-2017)

Scamwatch: beware Airbnb fraudsters - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKScamwatch: beware Airbnb fraudstersAOL Money UKWhen booking accommodation via a site such as Airbnb, meanwhile, always pay by credit card so that you benefit from the protection offered by Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act, which states that credit card providers are jointly and severally ...
(06-01-2017)
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