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Longer-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 years | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyLonger-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 years | This is MoneyThis is MoneyPost Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for... E027NB woman looking at homes for sale at an estate agents office in Essex, UK There are warning signs everywhere that the British housing... ELEANOR HUSSEY AND PARTNER JOSH BEST ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Longer-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 years - This is Money

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(14-05-2016)

The great mortgage stretch: Should you borrow for more than 30 years to get on the housing ladder? - This is Money

This is MoneyThe great mortgage stretch: Should you borrow for more than 30 years to get on the housing ladder?This is MoneyThe average mortgage rate on a loan with a 25 per cent deposit in March was 1.87 per cent, according to the Bank of England. A £150,000 mortgage over 20 years would cost £749 a ... 'Think of money as a commodity. The basic rule, of course, is that the ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Golden years on the golf course? We should be so lucky… - The Guardian

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(14-05-2016)

Pensioner could lose his home after squatters rights ruling - Metro

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(14-05-2016)

Post Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for borrowers with 10 and 25% deposits - This is Money

This is MoneyPost Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for borrowers with 10 and 25% depositsThis is MoneyThe monthly payments for which work out at £653.45 with the total cost over the two-year period £16,682 and £197,035 over the full 25-year term. Charlotte Nelson from Moneyfacts.co.uk said: 'Yet again, Post Office Money has launched highly competitive ...
(14-05-2016)

Post Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market with 10 and 25% deposits - This is Money

This is MoneyPost Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market with 10 and 25% depositsThis is MoneyThe monthly payments for which work out at £653.45 with the total cost over the two-year period £16,682 and £197,035 over the full 25-year term. Charlotte Nelson from Moneyfacts.co.uk said: 'Yet again, Post Office Money has launched highly competitive ...
(14-05-2016)

Post Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for borrowers with 10 and 25 per cent deposits - This is Money

This is MoneyPost Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for borrowers with 10 and 25 per cent depositsThis is MoneyThe monthly payments for which work out at £653.45 with the total cost over the two-year period £16,682 and £197,035 over the full 25-year term. Charlotte Nelson from Moneyfacts.co.uk said: 'Yet again, Post Office Money has launched highly competitive ...
(14-05-2016)

Two cheers for Google's ban on payday loan ads - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)Two cheers for Google's ban on payday loan adsThe Guardian (blog)... off anyone's face), and UK Loans, which had Satsuma at 1,575%. The credit card companies are off the hook, though. Google says “revolving lines of credit” such as credit cards are exempt from its 36% limit. In any case, when I searched for cards ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Digital currency firm co-founder gets 10 years in prison in US case - Reuters UK

Reuters UKDigital currency firm co-founder gets 10 years in prison in US caseReuters UKLiberty Reserve operated a widely used digital currency, processing more than $8 billion in transactions while helping launder proceeds from Ponzi schemes, credit card trafficking, identity thefts and computer hacking, prosecutors said. The company was ...and more »
(13-05-2016)

Our guide to the best investment platforms for beginners - Moneywise Magazine

Our guide to the best investment platforms for beginnersMoneywise MagazineYou're only allowed to open one stocks and shares Isa in any given year, so if you're moving you'll need to transfer any money you have put in old Isas in full. Finally, if you're looking for a platform where you also hold a self-invested personal ...
(13-05-2016)

Spectator Money: The legacy issue. How to plan ahead for what you'll leave behind - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

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(13-05-2016)

The strange case of 0% balance transfer credit cards – when longer isn't better - Mirror.co.uk

The strange case of 0% balance transfer credit cards – when longer isn't betterMirror.co.ukVirgin Money has reduced the balance transfer fee on its 40-month credit card to 2.54% - just pipping MBNA's 40-month fee at 2.55%. The fee saving isn't earth shattering. If you transfer a £3,000 balance the fee would be just 30p less with Virgin at ...
(13-05-2016)

Should all mortgage age limits be scrapped? - The Week UK

The Week UKShould all mortgage age limits be scrapped?The Week UK"Although the borrower may sell the property long before the 35-year term, the lower monthly costs could make the difference between qualifying for the mortgage in the first place and being declined," says Matt Sanders, head of money at Gocompare.com.
(13-05-2016)

Man left with half a head after surgery has his benefits slashed as he is 'fit to work' - Daily Mail

Daily MailMan left with half a head after surgery has his benefits slashed as he is 'fit to work'Daily MailKenny Bailey, 50, suffers from memory loss, is paralysed along his left side and has a severe limp, but has been told by the Department for Work and Pensions he is 'fit to work'. After undergoing a medical examination, government officials told him his ...Partially paralysed man with part of his head missing told he is 'fit for work' by governmentMirror.co.ukall 8 news articles »
(13-05-2016)
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