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FT AdviserBridging the gap to pensions equalityFT AdviserThe pay-as-you-go nature of the UK's state pension means it is national insurance contributions from today's workers that fund today's state pensioners. So unless the state pension age is pegged to increases in life expectancy, ... employer's pension ...
FT AdviserBlended solutions are all the rageFT AdviserMr Kenny said: “This has been done as a cost-effective, all-in-one solution for those with smaller pots of money, through to advisers breaking it down into the individual components for larger amounts of pension savings where feasible. “But for many ...
Half of UK adults potentially vulnerable, FCA's Financial Lives report findsAOL UKPeople aged 65 and over are least likely to check if an internet site is secure before giving their bank or credit card details. :: 24% of UK adults have little or no confidence in managing their money, and 46% of all UK adults report low knowledge ...and more »
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Why must I pay big fees to a financial adviser to move my pension... I know what I'm doing: Steve Webb replies - This is Money

This is MoneyWhy must I pay big fees to a financial adviser to move my pension... I know what I'm doing: Steve Webb repliesThis is MoneyIs it still the case that an independent financial adviser is required to sign off any pension transfer that has guaranteed benefits for funds in excess of £30,000? I fully understand the benefit that I would be giving up if I were to transfer and ...and more »
(13-10-2017)

Victory for Paul Hardcastle and This is Money as Santander donates missing £3k to charity after 1980s pop star ... - This is Money

This is MoneyVictory for Paul Hardcastle and This is Money as Santander donates missing £3k to charity after 1980s pop star ...This is MoneySantander has pulled a dramatic U-turn and donated more than £3,000 to a cancer charity after British musician Paul Hardcastle threatened to send bailiffs to its head office. Mr Hardcastle contacted This is Money after cash seemingly went missing from ...and more »
(13-10-2017)

Renee's kept man: How Zellweger pays her rocker boyfriend Doyle Bramhall's rent AND $5000-a-month credit card ... - Daily Mail

Mirror.co.ukRenee's kept man: How Zellweger pays her rocker boyfriend Doyle Bramhall's rent AND $5000-a-month credit card ...Daily MailThe 48-year-old Bridget Jones star has been dating Doyle Bramhall for five years - and has let him live with her for free and has been paying his credit card bills in the midst of his separation, according to the documents obtained byE! News. The site ...Renee Zellweger 'financially supports' boyfriend paying his rent and $5000 monthly credit card bills but his ex-wife ...Mirror.co.ukall 7 news articles »
(13-10-2017)

Remortgage now to grab a cheap fixed-rate deal … before they're gone - The Guardian

The GuardianRemortgage now to grab a cheap fixed-rate deal … before they're goneThe GuardianIt's crunch time for anyone thinking about switching to a new mortgage, after a string of lenders hiked the cost of their fixed-rate home loans. During the past few days, lenders have been frantically pulling their lowest-priced deals or repricing them ...
(13-10-2017)

One in five first-time buyers take out 35-year mortgages: Soaring prices forcing young homeowners to have an extra ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailOne in five first-time buyers take out 35-year mortgages: Soaring prices forcing young homeowners to have an extra ...Daily MailOne in five stretched first-time homebuyers are taking out a mortgage that lasts for up to 35 years. Soaring house prices are forcing young buyers to resort to extra long loans, new research shows. In the past a mortgage would typically run for 25 years.
(13-10-2017)

EXCLUSIVE: Is Harvey Weinstein BROKE? Movie mogul borrowed $4 million from crisis loan firm - and slashed $1 ... - Daily Mail

Daily MailEXCLUSIVE: Is Harvey Weinstein BROKE? Movie mogul borrowed $4 million from crisis loan firm - and slashed $1 ...Daily MailHarvey Weinstein got a $4 million mortgage on his $15 million Manhattan townhouse from a company which specializes in crisis loans backed by property. DailyMail.com can reveal that the disgraced film producer got the mortgage from Titan Capital in ...
(12-10-2017)

Consumer credit casts cloud over JPMorgan and Citi - Reuters UK

Reuters UKConsumer credit casts cloud over JPMorgan and CitiReuters UKNEW YORK (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) and Citigroup Inc (C.N) on Thursday said they had set aside more money for credit card lending losses in the third quarter, stoking concerns about consumer indebtedness and overshadowing profits that ...
(12-10-2017)

Consumer credit casts cloud over JPMorgan and Citi - Reuters

ReutersConsumer credit casts cloud over JPMorgan and CitiReutersNEW YORK (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) and Citigroup Inc (C.N) on Thursday said they had set aside more money for credit card lending losses in the third quarter, stoking concerns about consumer indebtedness and overshadowing profits that ...and more »
(12-10-2017)

How to buy holiday money - iNews

iNewsHow to buy holiday moneyiNewsPound-carrying Brits are having a miserable time. Ten years ago, £1 would buy you more than $2; today you'll get around $1.20, the value sterling traditionally held against the euro (which is more or less at parity now). It means you need to be cannier ...
(12-10-2017)

Pensions Highlights - Lexology

Pensions HighlightsLexologyAll employers of UK Workers now have to have an auto-enrolment compliant scheme and that applies to micro-employers (basically people employing nannies, personal assistants etc) and also to newly set up companies. That's not the end of auto-enrolment ...
(12-10-2017)

Are longer mortgages the answer to high property prices? - BBC News - BBC News

BBC NewsAre longer mortgages the answer to high property prices? - BBC NewsBBC NewsMany young first-time buyers are opting for up to 40-year mortgages rather than traditional 25-year terms. Some people explain why and talk about their ...and more »
(12-10-2017)

Are longer mortgages the answer to high property prices? - BBC News

BBC NewsAre longer mortgages the answer to high property prices?BBC NewsConor says he resented renting, and a longer-term mortgage was a useful way to get a foot on the housing ladder. "I would have happily taken a 40 or 50-year mortgage to get out of the rented sector." "I hated just throwing money away on rent. You have ...and more »
(12-10-2017)

Should You Fix Your Mortgage Now? | The Telegraph - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukShould You Fix Your Mortgage Now? | The TelegraphTelegraph.co.ukIncreasing numbers of lenders are increasing their fixed mortgage rates ahead of the Bank of England's next interest rate decision on November 2, so don't hang ...and more »
(12-10-2017)

Should you fix your mortgage now? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukShould you fix your mortgage now?Telegraph.co.ukIncreasing interest rates helps reduce inflation as the cost of borrowing becomes more expensive, so people have less money to spend. UK inflation, as measured by the Consumer Prices Index, rose to 2.9% in August, nearly a whole percentage point higher ...and more »
(12-10-2017)

Your Pension Is a Lie: There's $210 Trillion of Liabilities Our Government Can't Fulfill - The Market Oracle

The Market OracleYour Pension Is a Lie: There's $210 Trillion of Liabilities Our Government Can't FulfillThe Market Oracle... like a contract, similar to insurance benefits or personal property. The money that comes out of our paychecks is labeled FICA, which stands for Federal Insurance Contributions Act. We paid in all those years, so it's just our own money coming back ...and more »
(12-10-2017)
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