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iExpats.comAvoiding Pension Freedom Tax Pitfalls With QROPSiExpats.comExpats taking large amounts under pension freedoms from their UK retirement saving face unwelcome demands from the tax man. Two unfortunate consequences ... The personal allowance is deducted and tax charged at 20% on the balance. To get the difference ...
iExpats.comSteel Workers Face Pension Cut NightmareiExpats.comOne solutions for retirement savers facing pension cuts is to transfer out to a SiPP or personal pension if they live in the UK or to a Qualifying Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS) if they are expats. However, financial advisers would have to ...and more »
Daily MailBernie Sanders accepts Donald Trump's challenge to debate in CaliforniaDaily MailBut I would debate him anyway if they wanted to put up money for charity,' Trump said at this afternoon's news conference, as he claimed his campaign has 'had a couple of calls from the networks already.' 'I'd love to debate ... Once considered a wild ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukBankers are now facing their Uber momentTelegraph.co.ukAs a hub for financial innovation, the UK rivals Silicon Valley. From a standing start little more than ... Yes, the terminology is opaque, but if we fast forward ten years, this kind of technology, which would allow different banking computer systems ...and more »
This is MoneyThe two-year deal from Yorkshire BS is the lowest rate of any mortgage availableThis is MoneyThe mortgage price war has flared up again to produce the cheapest home loan on the market as a two-year fix was launched today at just 1.14 per cent. The deal from Yorkshire Building Society requires a 35 per cent deposit and comes with a hefty £1,345 ...and more »
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Coronation Street's Adam Rickitt always dreamed of being mortgage-free - This is Money

This is MoneyCoronation Street's Adam Rickitt always dreamed of being mortgage-freeThis is MoneyWith wife Katy, a 32-year-old Good Morning Britain reporter, he lives in a 200-year-old cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon and is currently filming a Second World War drama. ... He was good with other people's money, but with his own he was too extravagant.
(22-05-2016)

Actor Adam Rickitt: Coronation Street made me famous - but my dream was always to be mortgage-free - This is Money

This is MoneyActor Adam Rickitt: Coronation Street made me famous - but my dream was always to be mortgage-freeThis is MoneyAdam, who shot to fame as Nick Tilsley on Coronation Street in 1997 and went on to play Kieran Mitchell in the Kiwi soap Shortland Street, used to earn up to £10,000 an hour for personal appearances in nightclubs in the 1990s. .... is making a real ...
(22-05-2016)

al-Baghdadi, luvvies and affordable housing: the worst predictions of the EU referendum - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)al-Baghdadi, luvvies and affordable housing: the worst predictions of the EU referendumSpectator.co.uk (blog)In fact the putative world Caliph has yet to come out for either side in the UK referendum, though the attacks in Paris last November suggest that the EU's weak external borders and absent internal borders have been working out nicely for the terrorist ...and more »
(22-05-2016)

Why the UK Government Has Failed the Disabled Community - Newsweek

NewsweekWhy the UK Government Has Failed the Disabled CommunityNewsweekAccording to Dr. Simon Duffy of the U.K. Centre for Welfare Reform, in the six years since the Conservative government came to power in 2010 following the global financial crisis, disabled people have been hit nine times harder than the rest of the ...
(22-05-2016)

Liam Byrne: 'Hardest lesson? Learning that property rarely gives a bad return' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLiam Byrne: 'Hardest lesson? Learning that property rarely gives a bad return'Telegraph.co.ukMy dad was a council worker, so for most of my childhood we didn't have a great deal of money and were taught to be frugal and work hard. ... I spent three or four months living off my credit card, living from week to week, while I found funding ...and more »
(22-05-2016)

Crisis cash arrives for Australian dairy farmers - FarmersWeekly

FarmersWeeklyCrisis cash arrives for Australian dairy farmersFarmersWeeklyFarmers will be offered a three-month suspension of loan repayments, a waiver on debt restructuring fees and changes to credit card limits. The major supermarket Coles has launched a premium brand to help producers, similar to the Morrisons Milk For ...and more »
(22-05-2016)

The 0% credit cards that charge little or no transfer fees - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKThe 0% credit cards that charge little or no transfer feesAOL Money UKWhen you're looking for the right 0% balance transfer credit card it's important to consider both the length of the interest-free period and the size of the balance transfer fee. After all, you don't want to pay over the odds to take control of your ...
(21-05-2016)

Travel cash needs forward planning - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandTravel cash needs forward planningHerald ScotlandBanks show their overseas money charges separately on statements, rather than being merged into the amounts spent, so it might pay to have a look at last year's post-holiday statements. Take your credit card for instance. The bank is probably charging ...
(21-05-2016)

TONY HETHERINGTON: Postcode Lottery 'People' are fraudsters - and rather stupid ones at that - This is Money

This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: Postcode Lottery 'People' are fraudsters - and rather stupid ones at thatThis is MoneyNone of these 12 million lucky people had to buy a ticket or pay any fee, because the lottery organisers had so much money left over from last year's unclaimed prizes that they could afford to give it away. All this is nonsense, .... If you believe you ...
(21-05-2016)

TONY HETHERINGTON: Postcode Lottery 'People' are fraudsters - and stupid ones at that - This is Money

This is MoneyTONY HETHERINGTON: Postcode Lottery 'People' are fraudsters - and stupid ones at thatThis is MoneyThe second red flag is the letter stating that if the prize money is not claimed, 'the entire funds will be returned to the UK Board of Internal Revenue'. There is no such body. So what is the scam? Well ... money unless we provide a Grant of Probate ...
(21-05-2016)

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Does the rise in popularity of low-cost funds run by computers (not human beings) spell the ... - This is Money

This is MoneyJEFF PRESTRIDGE: Does the rise in popularity of low-cost funds run by computers (not human beings) spell the ...This is MoneyWhether it is the Individual Savings Account we bought before the end of the tax year, or the pension we are contributing to through work, someone in the City (or Henley or Edinburgh) is doing their best to make it increase in value. We shouldn't ...
(21-05-2016)

Tory EU referendum voters are switching to ​​remain, says poll - The Guardian

The GuardianTory EU referendum voters are switching to ​​remain, says pollThe GuardianDavid Cameron's campaign to keep the UK in the EU appears to be working as Conservative voters switch to the remain camp, the latest Opinium/Observer referendum poll suggests. With a month to go before voters decide whether Britain should stay in or ...and more »
(21-05-2016)

Call for regulating unsolicited credit cards - gulfnews.com

gulfnews.comCall for regulating unsolicited credit cardsgulfnews.comSome residents badly in need of cash commonly use their credit cards to withdraw money on the card as an easy alternative to taking out bank loans that require pre-approvals. This is at the risk of incurring higher interest on credit cards that are ...4 Ways To Take Advantage Of Your Credit Card Company Without Racking Up DebtElite DailyAA Bank offers market-beating two years to clear their debts with no-fee balance transfer credit cardThis is MoneyWhat if you can't pay your credit card bill?Talk Business Magazineall 55 news articles »
(21-05-2016)

'Regulate unsolicited credit cards' - gulfnews.com

gulfnews.com'Regulate unsolicited credit cards'gulfnews.comSome residents badly in need of cash commonly use their credit cards to withdraw money on the card as an easy alternative to taking out bank loans that require pre-approvals. This is at the risk of incurring higher interest on credit cards that are ...4 Ways To Take Advantage Of Your Credit Card Company Without Racking Up DebtElite DailyAA Bank offers market-beating two years to clear their debts with no-fee balance transfer credit cardThis is MoneyWhat if you can't pay your credit card bill?Talk Business Magazineall 54 news articles »
(21-05-2016)

Stuck in a RENTAL TRAP: Soaring house prices 'make it harder than ever to own a home' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukStuck in a RENTAL TRAP: Soaring house prices 'make it harder than ever to own a home'Express.co.ukThis is because of higher rents charged in the private sector which are likely to increase faster and perhaps the costs involved with repeated moves, according to financial services group Momentum UK which commissioned the University of Bristol's ...
(21-05-2016)
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