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Telegraph.co.ukA portfolio that's 80pc sensible, 20pc fun: build your 'core/satellite' Isa planTelegraph.co.ukAround a quarter of the core element is held in British shares, either passively tracking the FTSE 100 and All Share indices via the Vanguard fund or actively managed in two equity income funds, the City of London investment trust, managed by Job ...and more »
Analysts Consensus For Virgin Money Holdings (UK) (LON:VM)Risers & FallersVirgin Money Holdings (UK) plc is a United Kingdom-based retail-only bank. The Company is focused on providing residential mortgages, savings and credit cards. It also offers a range of investment and insurance products. Its segments include Mortgages ...and more »
BDliveAge shift in population casts light on mortgagesBDliveBritain, for example, has been forced to continuously increase the retirement age of its national old-age pension scheme, for both men and women — and its government recently admitted that it would be hard-pressed to meet future payment commitments ...
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Daily MailThe seven social classes of banker's wives: There's a ruthless pecking order among wives of City fat cats - and it's ...Daily MailSome husbands don't even allow their wife a credit card. 'The man might have an account with Chanel, so the wife might buy a jacket there, but then trade it in at an upmarket dress agency just to get some money.' 'When it comes to divorce, the women ...
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Family & Money How to avoid credit card cloning - Closer

CloserFamily & Money How to avoid credit card cloningCloserAccording to The UK Cards Association, credit card fraud cost the UK over £328m in 2014. Almost half the losses were from skimmed or cloned cards. Mark Bowerman from Financial Fraud Action UK, says: "Don't be a fraud statistic. If you follow ...
(04-02-2016)

Millions of Facebook users hand out clues to fraudsters - how to stay safe - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukMillions of Facebook users hand out clues to fraudsters - how to stay safeMirror.co.ukResearch from credit report service Noddle shows millions of people could be giving crooks a lucrative way to celebrate Facebook's birthday, by sharing too much personal information, including birthday updates. One in six UK Facebook users display ...
(04-02-2016)

Moody's: UK prime RMBS performance improved in November 2015 - Moodys.com (press release) (subscription)

Moody's: UK prime RMBS performance improved in November 2015Moodys.com (press release) (subscription)London, 03 February 2016 -- The performance of the UK prime residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBS) market improved in the three-month period ended November 2015, according to the latest indices published by Moody's Investors Service.
(03-02-2016)

Nearly 14000 disabled people have mobility cars taken away - BBC News

BBC NewsNearly 14000 disabled people have mobility cars taken awayBBC NewsHowever, as part of Department for Work and Pensions welfare changes, the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) began replacing DLA from April 2013. ... Liz Sayce, chief executive of Disability Rights UK, told the BBC "being disabled costs money".and more »
(03-02-2016)

What makes us one of the most trusted UK drawdown providers? - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownWhat makes us one of the most trusted UK drawdown providers?Hargreaves LansdownThrough our Vantage SIPP (Self Invested Personal Pension), there is no setup fee or charge for making drawdown withdrawals. In fact there ... Drawdown in the Vantage SIPP offers a wide range of investments including over 2,500 investment funds. You can ...and more »
(03-02-2016)

Buy-to-let investors 'to sell 500000 properties' as confidence plummets - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBuy-to-let investors 'to sell 500000 properties' as confidence plummetsTelegraph.co.ukAndrew Montlake, director at Coreco, the mortgage broker, said: “Whilst we will undoubtedly see a number of landlords begin to sell up, this looks as if it will be mainly amateur landlords and we have yet to see a massive rush to dump property from our ...and more »
(03-02-2016)

How to assess your pension's performance - The Week UK

The Week UKHow to assess your pension's performanceThe Week UKResearch by the University of Bath has revealed that while most personal pension funds generally beat their benchmarks that is less down to the investment skills of pension managers and more to do with the fact benchmarks are chosen that are easy to ...
(03-02-2016)

Consumer debt default risk at post-crisis high - The Week UK

The Week UKConsumer debt default risk at post-crisis highThe Week UKBritish households are at more risk of defaulting on their debts than at any time since the financial crisis, according to a first-of-its-kind analysis of consumer borrowing. Based on projections by the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR), the new ...
(03-02-2016)

'This is how cold callers tried to persuade me to move my company pension' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'This is how cold callers tried to persuade me to move my company pension'Telegraph.co.ukOne of the key benefits of a Sipp, he said, was the ability to leave residual funds to your family. Of course, this is possible with any sort of "defined contribution" (non-final-salary) pension, be it a company pension, a conventional personal pension ...
(03-02-2016)

A tale of two pensions: Osborne's vs the farmer who faces a tax raid - This is Money

This is MoneyA tale of two pensions: Osborne's vs the farmer who faces a tax raidThis is MoneyAs part of Money Mail's campaign to stop the tax raid, we reveal today the gross divide between the pensions enjoyed by MPs and those of workers in the private sector. Paul and his wife Jo, 39, diligently put away money whenever they can as they ...
(03-02-2016)

'Should I put my £60000 into a fixed-rate bond?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Should I put my £60000 into a fixed-rate bond?'Telegraph.co.ukI get just under £1,000 per month from my national pension and army pension combined. Would I benefit ... The new personal savings allowance looks set to improve things marginally for savers, by providing all basic and higher rate taxpayers with a tax ...and more »
(03-02-2016)

State Bank of India acts ahead of 'Isa season' with new 2.6pc rate - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukState Bank of India acts ahead of 'Isa season' with new 2.6pc rateTelegraph.co.ukVirgin Money joins the 40 month balance transfer club. Withdrawals and ... However, Tom Adams from SavingsChampion.co.uk says it's a good time for SBI to test the water and give itself plenty of time to react should competition heat up before Isa ...and more »
(03-02-2016)

Britons 'become debt-free 12 years later than they expect' - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKBritons 'become debt-free 12 years later than they expect'AOL Money UKThe average Briton can expect to become debt-free at the age of 69 - 12 years later than they hope to - a report has found. People typically expect to be clear of their debts - including mortgages - by the time they are 57, according to the report ...Want To Be Debt-Free? You'll Be Retired FirstSky Newsall 16 news articles »
(03-02-2016)

Universal Credit will save £2.7bn from welfare bill, says IFS - BBC News

BBC NewsUniversal Credit will save £2.7bn from welfare bill, says IFSBBC NewsThe introduction of Universal Credit will save £2.7bn from the UK's annual welfare bill, the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has claimed. Originally Universal Credit (UC) was supposed to be more generous than the current benefits system. But the IFS ...and more »
(03-02-2016)

You'll be in the red until you retire – and younger Britons are far worse off again - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukYou'll be in the red until you retire – and younger Britons are far worse off againMirror.co.ukThe average Briton can expect to become debt-free at the age of 69 - 12 years later than they hope to - a report has found. People typically expect to be clear of their debts - including mortgages - by the time they are 57, according to the report ...Want To Be Debt-Free? You'll Be Retired FirstSky Newsall 23 news articles »
(03-02-2016)
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