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Price of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004 | Money ... - The Guardian

The GuardianPrice of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004 | Money ...The GuardianResearch by SunLife shows cost of dying is rising faster than the cost of living, with grieving families having to cut back on services.and more »
(14-09-2016)

Price of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004 - The Guardian

The GuardianPrice of a UK funeral has 'more than doubled' since 2004The GuardianOf those, 10% had to sell belongings to cover the cost, 24% had to put the balance on a credit card, 10% had to take out a loan and 18% had to borrow money from a friend or relative. Meanwhile, fundraising website JustGiving has revealed that the ...and more »
(14-09-2016)

Ensure default funds don't default - FT Adviser

Ensure default funds don't defaultFT AdviserIn the UK, the majority of assets in default funds are invested to support lifestyle strategies that are an investment option designed to lock in investment growth as members reach their chosen retirement age. While some providers offer specific ...and more »
(14-09-2016)

Mortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CML - The Guardian

Mirror.co.ukMortgages for house purchases fell in July, says CMLThe GuardianThe figures cover loans as they are advanced to borrowers, so suggest applications for mortgages were slowing down ahead of the UK's Brexit decision. Paul Smee, director-general of the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), said: “These figures cover the ...All time high in people cashing in on cheap mortgage ratesMirror.co.ukall 11 news articles »
(14-09-2016)

Caerphilly grandfather poses NAKED as a life model to supplement his pension - Daily Mail

Daily MailCaerphilly grandfather poses NAKED as a life model to supplement his pensionDaily MailThe OAP, who trained to become a personal trainer at the age of 60, added: 'I have never felt self-conscious - I felt liberated doing it. ... He said: 'We are not that badly off but it is a question of a bit of pocket money coming in because I like a ...and more »
(14-09-2016)

'I get a buzz out of it': Grandfather, 75, poses NAKED as a life model to supplement his pension - and says his wife ... - Daily Mail

'I get a buzz out of it': Grandfather, 75, poses NAKED as a life model to supplement his pension - and says his wife ...Daily MailThe OAP, who trained to become a personal trainer at the age of 60, added: 'I have never felt self-conscious - I felt liberated doing it. ... He said: 'We are not that badly off but it is a question of a bit of pocket money coming in because I like a ...
(14-09-2016)

'In our early 50s with £159k pension savings, can we retire at 60?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'In our early 50s with £159k pension savings, can we retire at 60?'Telegraph.co.ukMr Yeabsley has £108,000 in a Sipp, which is invested in a diverse range of funds covering such assets as UK and emerging market shares. He also has £20,000 in an Abbey Life pension. His wife has £51,000 in a Sipp and a personal pension valued at £10 ...
(14-09-2016)

Finding the £400m lost pensions - The Northern Echo (registration)

The Northern Echo (registration)Finding the £400m lost pensionsThe Northern Echo (registration)Simply enter the details of past employers into the department of working pensions website, gov.uk/find-pension-contact-details, and it will provide details of any pension schemes run by that company. You will then be ... too few savers do. It is all ...and more »
(14-09-2016)

Your Money: Families struggling to cope with rising funeral costs ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukYour Money: Families struggling to cope with rising funeral costs ...Express.co.ukTHE cost of dying continues to spiral with funeral charges rising at almost 10 times the rate of inflation.and more »
(14-09-2016)

Your Money: Families hit hard by rising funeral costs across UK - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukYour Money: Families hit hard by rising funeral costs across UKExpress.co.ukThis makes funerals one of the UK's fastest rising costs, easily outstripping inflation, wages and pensions, according to insurer SunLife's 2016 Cost of Dying report. .... More than six out of 10 now save at least some money towards their own funeral ...and more »
(14-09-2016)

Your Money: Families struggling to cope with rising funeral costs | Personal Finance | Finance | Daily Express - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukYour Money: Families struggling to cope with rising funeral costs | Personal Finance | Finance | Daily ExpressExpress.co.ukGETTY. Funerals are often not covered by the savings of the deceased. This makes funerals one of the UK's fastest rising costs, easily outstripping inflation, wages and pensions, according to insurer SunLife's 2016 Cost of Dying report. The average ...and more »
(13-09-2016)

Contactless horror: we're being overcharged - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKContactless horror: we're being overchargedAOL Money UKSome 53% have been overcharged when using contactless payments, 51% when using a credit card, 49% when paying with a debit card, and 41% when using cash. Supermarkets are the worst for overcharging – with two thirds of people saying they have ...
(13-09-2016)

Pension pot savers hit with £2BILLION of unnecessary fees each year | Personal Finance | Finance | Daily Express - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPension pot savers hit with £2BILLION of unnecessary fees each year | Personal Finance | Finance | Daily ExpressExpress.co.ukAn astonishing £180billion of personal pensions are languishing at the mercy of high management fees and savers are being urged to check whether they are paying too much. The average 55-year-old saver could boost their pension by around £8,500 by ...
(13-09-2016)

Pension pot savers hit with £2BILLION of unnecessary fees each year - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukPension pot savers hit with £2BILLION of unnecessary fees each yearExpress.co.ukThe average 55-year-old saver could boost their pension by around £8,500 by switching to a cheaper scheme as new research from independent pension professionals Profile Financial shows that too many are leaving money in “lazy pension pots” and need ...
(13-09-2016)

Ask Brianna: Should I combine finances with my partner? - Daily Mail

Daily MailAsk Brianna: Should I combine finances with my partner?Daily MailCombining finances involves setting up joint checking and savings accounts, applying for a shared credit card, and potentially helping each other pay off student loan or existing credit card debt. But deciding to merge your money isn't just moving cash ...and more »
(13-09-2016)
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