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The SunRipple price – why has the cryptocurrency XRP spiked, where can you buy it and how does it work?The SunXRP also enjoyed a surge because of its new partnership with credit card company American Express, who are looking to offer instant block-chain based payments. Bitcoin's recent record high boosted the value of the global cryptocurrency market. Getty ...and more »
iNewsWhat would happen if MPs suddenly learned they have to wait for their pensionsiNewsUndoubtedly money would be found and a political solution agreed extremely quickly. Those responsible would issue press releases that justified their U-turn before swiftly moving on to avoid any further political embarrassment. MPs would then live ...
So which firm drove you up the wall in 2017? And whose service left you delighted? It's time to vote for our Wooden ...This is MoneyMoney Mail revealed in November that people in their 50s and 60s who made extra payments to top up state pensions found they didn't actually qualify for an increase. Yet when they asked for their money back, the taxman refused. There has also been a ...and more »
The GuardianCredit ratings agency wrote to me about a hack, but how did it get my details?The GuardianI recently received a letter from Equifax, the credit ratings agency, telling me that my personal details had been hacked in May. I do not have a direct relationship with Equifax and do not have a mortgage, do not use a credit card and have no loans ...
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JPMorgan's Dimon taking customer pricing hints from Amazon - Reuters

ReutersJPMorgan's Dimon taking customer pricing hints from AmazonReutersAmazon is an important customer of JPMorgan's credit card business, which processes many of its online payments and issues co-branded cards for the retailer. Addressing other topics in response to wide-ranging questions, Dimon also said he doubts ...and more »
(08-12-2017)

No evidence of cartel over tracker mortgages - The Times

The TimesNo evidence of cartel over tracker mortgagesThe TimesHe said it was more likely that banks all acted to deny customers a tracker mortgage, or charge them a higher rate of interest on their tracker, in order to save money when faced with the same economic incentive to do so. Tracker rates move in line ...and more »
(08-12-2017)

How to transfer a UK pension to Australia - The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial ReviewHow to transfer a UK pension to AustraliaThe Australian Financial ReviewMoving a United Kingdom pension to Australian superannuation is complicated enough after big changes over the past few years. But a further worry for those wanting to transfer their UK entitlements is how much it can cost to do this. A reader has less ...
(07-12-2017)

Baby boomers rush for lifetime mortgages | This is Money - This is Money

Baby boomers rush for lifetime mortgages | This is MoneyThis is MoneySavings firm Legal & General said it has seen a surge in demand for the products, which allow owners to borrow cash against the value of their house and repay it after they die, plus interest.and more »
(07-12-2017)

Rush for lifetime mortgages as baby boomers shun their kids' inheritances and sign away their homes - This is Money

Rush for lifetime mortgages as baby boomers shun their kids' inheritances and sign away their homesThis is MoneyThousands of baby boomers who came of age in the 1960s and 70s are signing away homes through lifetime mortgages which can leave their children with nothing to inherit. Savings firm Legal & General (L&G) has seen a surge in demand for the products ...and more »
(07-12-2017)

2017: A year of consequences for investors - Financial Times

Financial Times2017: A year of consequences for investorsFinancial TimesThis in turn has forced listed and private companies in the UK to shovel cash into their pension funds at the expense of investing in either a productive future or, by extension, wage increases. It has also, however, done something rather more ...
(07-12-2017)

FCA data shows first-time buyer recovery following 2008 slump - Money Marketing

Money MarketingFCA data shows first-time buyer recovery following 2008 slumpMoney MarketingA decade of FCA mortgage data has revealed a healthy recovery for the first-time buyer market after a slump following 2008. The class has shown steady growth from 2011 onwards and is now the healthiest of all lending categories by this metric ...
(07-12-2017)

Steinhoff woes hit big banks, investment funds and ECB - Financial Times

Financial TimesSteinhoff woes hit big banks, investment funds and ECBFinancial TimesThe Public Investment Corporation, South Africa's largest pension scheme, is the company's second-biggest investor with a holding of more than 8 per cent. Coronation, the Cape Town-based manager, holds a 4.8 per cent stake, and international managers ...and more »
(07-12-2017)

30000 mentally ill will spend Christmas waiting for a benefits appeal - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk30000 mentally ill will spend Christmas waiting for a benefits appealMirror.co.ukAlmost 14,000 will be waiting for a similar hearing over Personal Independence Payment (PIP), according to its analysis. Around two thirds of appeals for ESA and PIP see the decision overturned in the claimant's favour in 2016/17, according to Ministry ...and more »
(07-12-2017)

Bank of Mum and Dad: how to help your children on the property ladder - Your Money

Your MoneyBank of Mum and Dad: how to help your children on the property ladderYour MoneyWhen gifting money to children for a house deposit, inheritance tax (IHT) needs to be taken into account. Donors must live for seven years after giving the gift to remain exempt from IHT, however there are strict rules on the size of monetary gifts ...
(07-12-2017)

First-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK homes - The Guardian

The GuardianFirst-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK homesThe GuardianFor loans granted in 2016, 22% of first-time buyers will be over 65 when they finally repay their mortgage. First-time buyers are not the only ones borrowing over longer periods. The FCA said the most common mortgage term has traditionally been 25 ...and more »
(07-12-2017)

First-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK ... - The Guardian

The GuardianFirst-timers face paying nearly 50% more than other buyers for UK ...The GuardianFCA says new buyers may pay far more interest as they have to take out longer mortgages than previous generations.FCA data shows first-time buyer recovery following 2008 slumpMoney Marketingall 7 news articles »
(07-12-2017)

One in four 16 to 17 year olds offered credit cards - but it's actually against the law - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukOne in four 16 to 17 year olds offered credit cards - but it's actually against the lawMirror.co.ukMillions of young Brits are in danger of stepping into adulthood in debt, with one in four under-18s being tempted into credit cards before they can legally accept it. A quarter of 16-and-17-year-olds said they'd been offered a credit card or had ...
(07-12-2017)

Let ARs go off panel for second charge lending – Cardiff Money - Mortgage Solutions

Mortgage SolutionsLet ARs go off panel for second charge lending – Cardiff MoneyMortgage SolutionsSecond charge packagers are being blocked by ARs if they are not on the networks' panel, which could have a detrimental effect on clients, according to Daniel Yeo managing director of the regional broker firm. The restriction stemmed from the Mortgage ...
(07-12-2017)

House prices rise slower amid market uncertainty - The Times

The TimesHouse prices rise slower amid market uncertaintyThe TimesThe rate of annual house price growth in the UK has slowed for the first time since July, according to Britain's biggest mortgage lender. Halifax said its mortgage data showed that house prices rose by 3.9 per cent in the three months to the end of ...House prices are rising at the fastest rate since January, says HalifaxThe SunHouse prices jump five months in a row - but experts say it's about to flatlineMirror.co.ukall 41 news articles »
(07-12-2017)
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