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The GuardianHow to negotiate the pensions minefield in Brexit BritainThe GuardianSince the vote at the end of June that the UK should leave the European union, rates have dropped by 3.5%. “I only had a small personal pension of ... Her husband Andrew will also buy an annuity with his personal pension pot when he reaches retirement ...and more »
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Victoria's Secret fraudulent government credit card spend - BBC News

BBC NewsVictoria's Secret fraudulent government credit card spendBBC NewsA Welsh Government credit card has been used to fraudulently spend £103.91 at lingerie shop Victoria's Secret. The money has been returned but it is not known if anyone was disciplined. Some £7.5 million has been spent on Welsh Government credit cards ...and more »
(22-07-2016)

'No money for over a month': how benefit delays lead to hunger - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)'No money for over a month': how benefit delays lead to hungerThe Guardian (blog)Some useful reading for the new work and pensions secretary Damian Green: another report providing compelling evidence that the most significant factors driving UK food bank use are problems caused or exacerbated by the welfare system he oversees.
(22-07-2016)

Should You Quit Your Job To Go Make Video Games? - Kotaku

KotakuShould You Quit Your Job To Go Make Video Games?KotakuTom Francis was working as an editor at PC Gamer UK when he learned about GameMaker. .... Mint and Personal Capital are both free, and they'll automatically connect to your bank and credit cards to show you where your money has been going. Once you ...
(22-07-2016)

Giving back control? A contradiction at the heart of Universal Credit - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)

EUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)Giving back control? A contradiction at the heart of Universal CreditEUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)As Damian Green arrives as Secretary of State in the Department for Work and Pensions, Universal Credit must be at the top of the long list of issues he faces – and the decisions he takes will have a major impact on many of the 'ordinary working class ...and more »
(22-07-2016)

I'm not an adviser, but… - FT Adviser

I'm not an adviser, but…FT AdviserI don't know about you, but I am quite bored of it all now (although for those of you who aren't, there is some analysis on the impact of an EU exit on UK pensions and regulation on pages 8 and 9). However, there is another topic many might be sick of ...and more »
(22-07-2016)

Your holiday is booked – then the firm goes bust. Have you lost your money? - The Guardian

The GuardianYour holiday is booked – then the firm goes bust. Have you lost your money?The GuardianSince 1973, the Air Travel Organiser's Licence (Atol) has protected people booking packaged holidays in the event that the firm goes bust; almost all the big travel firms operating in the UK are part of the scheme. It is funded by a £2.50 levy on each ...
(22-07-2016)

Brexit and the pound, property prices and more . . . - FT.com - Financial Times

Financial TimesBrexit and the pound, property prices and more . . . - FT.comFinancial TimesA month on from Brexit, FT Money has been swamped with requests for information from readers who want to know what the referendum vote means for their ...and more »
(22-07-2016)

Brexit and the pound, property prices and more . . . - Financial Times

Financial TimesBrexit and the pound, property prices and more . . .Financial TimesEarly economic data has signalled a slowdown, the UK-centric FTSE 250 has swung like a pendulum, the pound hit its lowest level against the dollar in 31 years and estate agents are reporting a marked drop in activity. The Bank of England has .... Like ...and more »
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'Our parents made money from buy-to-let - why can't we?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Our parents made money from buy-to-let - why can't we?'Telegraph.co.ukMany who are helped to buy by parents will have to pay up as banks offer few guarantor mortgages, so parents have to purchase the property alongside their child. While the wealthiest ... to pay extra stamp duty? Let us know: olivia.rudgard@telegraph.co ...
(22-07-2016)

Newcastle conman scammed a doctor he met through PlentyOfFIsh and her mother out of £250k - Daily Mail

Daily MailNewcastle conman scammed a doctor he met through PlentyOfFIsh and her mother out of £250kDaily MailShe added: 'He was using this money to take other women on holiday, using my credit card to wine and dine them.' The doctor said that she had contemplated suicide after the conman fleeced an extra £125,000 from her mother Hilary while knowing that he ...and more »
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Aviva faces court claim over unpaid commission - Money Marketing

Money MarketingAviva faces court claim over unpaid commissionMoney MarketingAn adviser has issued a County Court Summons against Aviva over commission from a Friends Life personal pension he claims is owed to him. Barrett Financial Solutions managing director Kim Barrett is taking the provider to the small claims court because ...
(22-07-2016)

Friday Papers: Elliott attacks £71bn SABMiller takeover - Citywire.co.uk

Friday Papers: Elliott attacks £71bn SABMiller takeoverCitywire.co.ukCitywire Money > Newspaper Summaries ... Financial Times: A clampdown on costs and a drive to expand its personal care business have lifted sales and profits at Unilever, but the Anglo-Dutch company said consumer demand remained weak and there were no ...and more »
(22-07-2016)

Car insurance firms blame fraud for rise in premiums - Which?

Which?Car insurance firms blame fraud for rise in premiumsWhich?Which? research has found that third-party personal injury claims account for up to 49% of some car insurance companies' claims spend. That's despite ... Having asked nine of the biggest UK insurers to outline exactly where this money goes, we ...
(22-07-2016)

IETF boffins design a DNS for digital money - The Register

The RegisterIETF boffins design a DNS for digital moneyThe RegisterThe idea of digital currency – and particularly blockchains – has taken off in recent years, but there remain a number of competing networks that are unable to talk to one another: the automated clearing houses that banks use, the credit card company ...
(21-07-2016)

11 bits of bad news the Tories buried on the last day before their summer holiday - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk11 bits of bad news the Tories buried on the last day before their summer holidayMirror.co.ukFrank Field, chairman of the Commons Work and Pensions Committee, told the Mirror: "The new Work and Pensions Secretary must act today to help fulfil the Prime Minister's objective of a government 'that thinks of you'. "Thinking of 'you' in ... A DWP ...
(21-07-2016)
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