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The SunIs your mortgage a 'ticking-time bomb?' Millions of households warned about interest-only home loansThe SunINTEREST-only mortgages are a “ticking time bomb” for hundreds of thousands of homeowners in the UK who may have no way of paying off the money they owe, experts have warned. Borrowers on this type of loans are allowed to only pay the interest on ...'Time bomb' alert for 1.9m on interest-only home loans: Families being forced to sell when their deals expireDaily Mailall 2 news articles »
The Sun'Time bomb' alert for 1.9m on interest-only home loans: Families being forced to sell when their deals expireDaily MailInterest-only mortgages are a 'ticking time bomb' for hundreds of thousands of families who have no idea how they will repay the money they owe, experts have warned. As many as 1.9million borrowers are paying off the interest on their home loans ...Is your mortgage a 'ticking-time bomb?' Millions of households warned about interest-only home loansThe Sunall 2 news articles »
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Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling rallies slightly after 2.6% inflation plunge - The Sun

The SunPound to euro exchange rate – Sterling rallies slightly after 2.6% inflation plungeThe SunSterling has lost around 16 per cent against the dollar and 14 per cent against the euro since Britain voted to quit the EU last June, though it has recovered some ground since hitting 31-year lows last October. The pound has ... on the market. These ...and more »
(19-07-2017)

Who should pay for multiple errors on Travel Trolley flight tickets? - The Guardian

The GuardianWho should pay for multiple errors on Travel Trolley flight tickets?The GuardianI booked flights online with Travel Trolley and the tickets were issued with a shortened version of my first name. Assuming this was my mistake, I agreed to pay the £66 fee to alter it. It then reissued the tickets with no change. I called up and it ...
(19-07-2017)

Charges on paying by debit or credit card to be scrapped in 2018 - The Scotsman

The ScotsmanCharges on paying by debit or credit card to be scrapped in 2018The ScotsmanGareth Shaw, money expert at consumer organisation Which?, which started the “Report Rip Off Charges” campaign against surcharges in 2011, said: “This welcome news is long overdue. Which? has been campaigning for an end to unfair card surcharges ...and more »
(19-07-2017)

UK to crack down on 'rip off' card fees - Malay Mail Online

Malay Mail OnlineUK to crack down on 'rip off' card feesMalay Mail OnlineUnder the changes due to be introduced on Jan. 13, surcharge fees will be eliminated for payments including those made on American Express credit cards, Paypal and Apple Pay, going further than a European Union requirement to eliminate fees for ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

'Rip-off' surcharges for paying by credit card will be banned by January - Herald Scotland

Herald Scotland'Rip-off' surcharges for paying by credit card will be banned by JanuaryHerald Scotland... come into play in January will ban companies from charging for purchases such as flights just for paying with a credit card. The development has been welcomed by UK Finance, the banks and finance trade body which said it was "right that consumers ...
(18-07-2017)

UK to crack down on "rip off" card fees - London South East (registration) (blog)

UK to crack down on "rip off" card feesLondon South East (registration) (blog)The total value of surcharges for the use of debit and credit cards, which have also included fees from government departments, was estimated at 473 million pounds ($617 million)in 2010, the ministry said. "Rip-off charges have no place in a modern ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Extra charges for paying by credit card outlawed - saving as much as 20% on flights, council fines and more - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukExtra charges for paying by credit card outlawed - saving as much as 20% on flights, council fines and moreMirror.co.uk"Rip-off" surcharges levied by companies on customers who pay with debit or credit cards are to end at the beginning of next year, the Government has announced. The new rules will ban companies from charging up to 20% more for purchases such as flights ...
(18-07-2017)

'Rip-off' charges for paying by card to be banned - The Guardian

The Guardian'Rip-off' charges for paying by card to be bannedThe GuardianFees for paying with plastic – most commonly a credit card – are routinely levied on everything from low-cost flights and tax bills to cinema tickets and takeaway meals, but the Treasury announced that these would be consigned to history from January ...End to rip-off credit card fees as Government announces major crackdownTelegraph.co.ukExtra charges for paying by credit card outlawed - saving as much as 20% on flights, council fines and moreMirror.co.ukCredit and debit card surcharges to be bannedBBC NewsThe Sun -The Scotsmanall 15 news articles »
(18-07-2017)

End of the 'rip-off': all charges for paying by card to be banned - The Guardian

The GuardianEnd of the 'rip-off': all charges for paying by card to be bannedThe GuardianFees for paying with plastic – most commonly a credit card – are routinely levied on everything from low-cost flights and tax bills to cinema tickets and takeaway meals, but the Treasury announced that these would be consigned to history from January ...End to rip-off credit card fees as Government announces major crackdownTelegraph.co.ukSounds Clever But Someone's Always Got To Pay - UK Bans Rip-Off Credit Card SurchargesForbesNo more surcharges: UK bans credit and debit card feesWhich?BBC News -Mirror.co.uk -The Sun -Gov.ukall 123 news articles »
(18-07-2017)

End to rip-off credit card fees as Government announces major crackdown - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukEnd to rip-off credit card fees as Government announces major crackdownTelegraph.co.uk"Rip off" card fees will be banned from next year as the Government has announced that paying by card will be free for consumers from next year. All consumer-facing credit and debit fees, which can be as high as 20 per cent, will be outlawed from next ...End of the 'rip-off': all charges for paying by card to be bannedThe GuardianNo more surcharges: UK bans credit and debit card feesWhich?Sounds Clever But Someone's Always Got To Pay - UK Bans Rip-Off Credit Card SurchargesForbesBBC News -Mirror.co.uk -The Sun -Gov.ukall 123 news articles »
(18-07-2017)

Rock bottom interest rates drive millions into the red: Now chief of City watchdog warns over Britain's borrowing binge - This is Money

This is MoneyRock bottom interest rates drive millions into the red: Now chief of City watchdog warns over Britain's borrowing bingeThis is MoneyBailey warned that those born in the 1980s are worse off when it comes to home ownership and pension saving than those born in the 1970s were at the same point in their lives. 'That is something that we haven't really seen since the 1930s,' he said ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

Kevin Bacon says he never leaves home without $200 cash in his pocket - Business Insider

Business InsiderKevin Bacon says he never leaves home without $200 cash in his pocketBusiness InsiderFormer UK-EU negotiator: May is handling Brexit in the 'absolute worst. .... I'd make money, spend it, pay rent, spend more money, and hope that when the end of the month came around, I'd have enough to put up another month's rent." There are two ...
(18-07-2017)

''Hargreaves Lansdown advice: a welcome change'' - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves Lansdown''Hargreaves Lansdown advice: a welcome change''Hargreaves LansdownBy taking financial advice and transferring to HL, I cut the costs of my pension scheme by more than 50%. I am very pleased with Hargreaves Lansdown's advice – it's a welcome change. I am now involved in my finances, contacted in various ways, and have ...
(18-07-2017)

8 slim wallets that can better protect your money - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UK8 slim wallets that can better protect your moneyBusiness Insider UKNearly everybody carries around cash, credit cards, debit cards, and IDs on a daily basis. Wallets are home to some of the most sacred of belongings, and it's usually kept right in our back pocket. While it is necessary to keep such important things ...and more »
(18-07-2017)

FCA defends spending over £60k on new logo - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyFCA defends spending over £60k on new logoMortgage StrategyUK-Currency-Money-Coins-700.jpg. The FCA has defended its decision to spend more than £60,000 upgrading its logo. The regulator employed advertising consultants Saatchi and Saatchi to redesign its branding last year, spending a total of £66,000.
(18-07-2017)
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