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Leo Varadkar says State pension scheme is 'unsustainable' - Irish Times

Irish TimesLeo Varadkar says State pension scheme is 'unsustainable'Irish TimesMr Varadkar pointed out a system in Australia in which amounts for personal pension funds are deducted from pay rises. “What they did in Australia is they agreed to forgo part of the pay increase every other year in return for some of their money being ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Wearable tech payments could overtake credit cards in five years - AOL UK

AOL UKWearable tech payments could overtake credit cards in five yearsAOL UKCredit cards could be overtaken by wearable payment technology within five years, a leading financial expert said. Visa is providing everyone ... He said: "We are now talking about moving money through technology that we wear. "Just imagine that phone ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Wearable tech payments could overtake credit cards in five years - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWearable tech payments could overtake credit cards in five yearsAOL Money UKCredit cards could be overtaken by wearable payment technology within five years, a leading financial expert said. Visa is providing everyone ... He said: "We are now talking about moving money through technology that we wear. "Just imagine that phone ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Should I get a fixed-rate mortgage or bet on an interest-rate cut? - Financial Times

Financial TimesShould I get a fixed-rate mortgage or bet on an interest-rate cut?Financial TimesBank of England governor Mark Carney has also signalled that a rate cut is coming in August, and all this has lowered the costs that banks charge each other for money in the so-called “swaps” market. For the mortgage industry, the question is not which ...Low rates for ever? Or are the experts wrong again?Yahoo Finance UKall 49 news articles »
(18-07-2016)

Wearable tech payments could overtake credit cards in five years - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphWearable tech payments could overtake credit cards in five yearsBelfast TelegraphMr Sievewright addressed the World Credit Union Conference in Belfast. He said: "We are now talking about moving money through technology that we wear. "Just imagine that phone that we had back in 1994 which now fits very well into our pockets, wallets ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

'Travel companies are under no obligation to assist you': Experts warn thousands of Brits could be left out of ... - Daily Mail

Daily Mail'Travel companies are under no obligation to assist you': Experts warn thousands of Brits could be left out of ...Daily MailBut given that the UK's Foreign Office doesn't currently advise against travelling to the region, thousands of worried British families are told they will lose their money if they want to cancel holidays to Turkey, and few tour operators offer ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Lowcostholidays collapse: Hotel bookings, flight information and how to claim money back - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukLowcostholidays collapse: Hotel bookings, flight information and how to claim money backExpress.co.ukIt's believed 110,00 people have booked holidays - and not yet travelled - with collapsed travel firm Lowcostholidays. While it's widely believed flight bookings will be honoured, hotel bookings will be harder to confirm for travellers. In statement on ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Low Cost Holidays: What to do if you've booked with the failed company - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukLow Cost Holidays: What to do if you've booked with the failed companyTelegraph.co.ukThough the company was operating legally, many customers may find that they lose both their holidays and their money. Spain-based Low Cost Holidays was not covered by the UK's Air Travel Organisers' Licence (ATOL), a scheme which protects money ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Bank of England policymaker says no rush to cut interest rates – business live - The Guardian

The GuardianBank of England policymaker says no rush to cut interest rates – business liveThe GuardianSoftBank's CEO, Masayoshi Son, has denied that the Brexit vote prompted him to launch today's massive £24bn takeover of UK chipmaker ARM. Speaking to reporters in London, Son says the EU referendum did not affect his decision. He says SoftBank is ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Man United news: New partnership with Virgin Money and Richard Branson - Metro

MetroMan United news: New partnership with Virgin Money and Richard BransonMetroManchester United have announced the 'signing' of Virgin Money by presenting a photo of Richard Branson holding a club shirt. In an announcement not dissimilar from how a transfer would be portrayed, the club welcomed the billionaire who has struck a ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

In the papers: BT, Yahoo, WHSmith - Proactive Investors UK

In the papers: BT, Yahoo, WHSmithProactive Investors UKThe Independent's campaign pays off for airline passengers as WHSmith hands back VAT to travellers: Following revelations in The Independent of airport retailers pocketing the VAT paid by passengers heading outside the EU, one of the U.K.'s biggest ...and more »
(18-07-2016)

Newtown bouncer gives mother and daughter forty dollars after she lost her credit card - Daily Mail

Daily MailNewtown bouncer gives mother and daughter forty dollars after she lost her credit cardDaily MailTiffany Forbat went out for a walk with her two-year-old daughter Poppy early on the evening of Saturday, July 10 to buy dinner on King street in Newtown, and along the way accidentally dropped her black credit card. Ms Forbat told Daily Mail Australia ...
(18-07-2016)

Ask Fiona: I'm worried about my elderly aunt - the Irish News

the Irish NewsAsk Fiona: I'm worried about my elderly auntthe Irish NewsYou might manage to persuade her, for example, to wear a personal alarm around her neck that she could activate in an emergency such as a fall. You might also look at accommodation options – some form of sheltered housing near you, perhaps, if she won ...
(18-07-2016)

Report strips bare our social insecurity system - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandReport strips bare our social insecurity systemHerald ScotlandThose of us fortunate enough not to have to engage much with the UK social security system may have an idea that it is Byzantine, even somewhat deliberately so. But the extent to which benefits ... The Government says it will encourage "personal ...
(17-07-2016)

EU citizens in Britain deserve 'generous' deal, says Brexit minister - Times of Malta

Times of MaltaEU citizens in Britain deserve 'generous' deal, says Brexit ministerTimes of MaltaComments are submitted under the express understanding and condition that the editor may, and is authorised to, disclose any/all of the above personal information to any person or entity requesting the information for the purposes of legal action on ...and more »
(17-07-2016)
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