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This is MoneyShould you pay a mortgage broker? Advisers accused of 'double dipping' by charging fees when they already get paid ...This is MoneyThis is Money's mortgage partner is London & Country, the UK's biggest fee-free mortgage broker. We chose it because of its long-standing reputation for customer service and because it doesn't charge customers fees - making its money instead from ...and more »
BT.comMassive Equifax data breach could hit 400000 people in the UKBT.comEquifax said that its UK systems hadn't been impacted by the attack by information on those affected here may have been because of a process failure in 2016, which meant that some UK data was stored on the US system between 2011 and 2016. The credit ...Equifax Credit Reporting Agency Says Data Breach May Have Affected 143 Million CustomersCBS New Yorkall 1,205 news articles »
Interactive InvestorISAs versus SIPPs: Which is best over 40 years?Interactive InvestorWhen it comes to drawing an income in retirement, there is one stark difference between an ISA and a SIPP: withdrawals from an ISA are tax-free, while only 25% of your pension pot can be taken as tax-free cash. The more your pension fund grows over the ...and more »
MP demands action on expat pensions after BrexitMoney ObserverUK-based insurance companies sell a variety of long-term contracts, including personal pensions to customers in the EU and vice versa using passporting arrangements. ... Email subscribers will also receive a free print copy of Money Observer magazine.British lawmakers seek clarity on cross-border pensions after BrexitLondon South East (registration) (blog)all 24 news articles »
Express.co.ukMartin Lewis completely GOBSMACKED as Phillip Schofield makes shocking CONFESSIONExpress.co.ukDefaults Done. Before his money-saving segment on the ITV show where he was set to discuss how to save pounds for Christmas, Martin was seen tucking into the festive treat. ... rates will rise rapidly. Here's the Money Saving Expert's top mortgage tips.and more »
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Spend now and pay never, a very British obsession - CNBC

CNBCSpend now and pay never, a very British obsessionCNBC... put in money for their pensions and pay off student debts -- it looks daunting but is probably not helped by the apparent necessity of upgrading to the latest iPhone X at horrendously high monthly subscription rates or eating out every night on ...and more »
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R3, UK Regulator and Banks Team up on Blockchain-Based Mortgage Reporting - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportR3, UK Regulator and Banks Team up on Blockchain-Based Mortgage ReportingU.S. News & World ReportThe system, which was built using R3's blockchain called Corda, enables banks to generate automated delivery receipts for the regulator each time a mortgage is booked. The organizations hope that it can reduce the cost of the process and the risk of error.and more »
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Lost something on holiday? Here's how to get it back - AOL UK

AOL UKLost something on holiday? Here's how to get it backAOL UK... items via your credit card. Some so-called premium cards provide purchase protection, which means when you buy something and it is stolen or lost within a set period of time, typically around 90 days, the credit card company will give you your ...
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Fund sales break July records but UK woes continue - FT Adviser

FT AdviserFund sales break July records but UK woes continueFT AdviserThe latter's £432m of flows was also the highest level seen for more than a year. Overall sales figures were once again driven by money flowing into personal pension plans rather than Isas. Pensions took in £730m in July, compared with £333m for Isas.and more »
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Pound to euro exchange rate – Sterling reaches three-and-a-half week high - The Sun

The SunPound to euro exchange rate – Sterling reaches three-and-a-half week highThe SunBRITAIN'S pound has soared to a three-and-a-half-week high against the euro with the currency standing at 1.1022 at the start of play (Tuesday September 12). This was helped by speculation that the Bank of England may sound more hawkish on interest ...Pound to euro exchange rate RISES to 4-week high as UK inflation rate jumps to 2.9%Daily Starall 173 news articles »
(12-09-2017)

First Direct raises its mortgage rates but halves its fees | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyFirst Direct raises its mortgage rates but halves its fees | This is MoneyThis is MoneyThe lender has launched a range of slightly higher rate, lower fee deals as well as a selection of fee-free options after customers complained about the ...and more »
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Stressful divorce: How do you get share of pension pot awarded by court? (Stock image) - This is Money

This is MoneyStressful divorce: How do you get share of pension pot awarded by court? (Stock image)This is MoneyThis is held in a Self-Invested Personal Pension, and I intend on keeping my share with the same firm but have been trying to get information from them to no avail. My ex-husband is refusing to give his authority to them to ... investing in certain ...
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I won 60% of my husband's pension in our divorce but he and his firm are stonewalling on paying out or even ... - This is Money

This is MoneyI won 60% of my husband's pension in our divorce but he and his firm are stonewalling on paying out or even ...This is MoneyFollowing my divorce the court has ordered that I receive 60 per cent of my ex-husband's pension. This is held in a Self-Invested Personal Pension, and I intend on keeping my share with the same firm but have been trying to get information from them to ...
(12-09-2017)

First Direct RAISES its mortgage rates but halves its fees | This is ... - This is Money

This is MoneyFirst Direct RAISES its mortgage rates but halves its fees | This is ...This is MoneyFirst Direct has slashed its mortgage fees following pressure from customers, but has also hiked rates by up to 0.2 per cent to compensate. The lender has ...and more »
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I won 60% of my husband's pension in our divorce but he and his firm are avoiding paying out or even confirming the ... - This is Money

This is MoneyI won 60% of my husband's pension in our divorce but he and his firm are avoiding paying out or even confirming the ...This is MoneyFollowing my divorce the court has ordered that I receive 60 per cent of my ex-husband's pension. This is held in a Self-Invested Personal Pension, and I intend on keeping my share with the same firm but have been trying to get information from them to ...
(12-09-2017)

It's a mortgage war, but not as you know it: First Direct slashes fees but HIKES rates - so are the new deals better ... - This is Money

This is MoneyIt's a mortgage war, but not as you know it: First Direct slashes fees but HIKES rates - so are the new deals better ...This is MoneyBy Sarah Davidson For Thisismoney.co.uk ... It can be a fine balance figuring out which approach offers better value for money if you're a borrower, and will usually depend on how big your mortgage is and the length of the deal you're taking. The rule ...and more »
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I won 60% of my husband's pension in our divorce but he and his firm are stonewalling and playing down the pot's value - This is Money

This is MoneyI won 60% of my husband's pension in our divorce but he and his firm are stonewalling and playing down the pot's valueThis is MoneyFollowing my divorce the court has ordered that I receive 60 per cent of my ex-husband's pension. This is held in a Self-Invested Personal Pension, and I intend on keeping my share with the same firm but have been trying to get information from them to ...
(12-09-2017)

I got 60% of my ex's pension in our acrimonious divorce, but he and his firm are stonewalling on everything ... - This is Money

This is MoneyI got 60% of my ex's pension in our acrimonious divorce, but he and his firm are stonewalling on everything ...This is MoneyFollowing my divorce the court has ordered that I receive 60 per cent of my ex-husband's pension. This is held in a Self-Invested Personal Pension, and I intend on keeping my share with the same firm but have been trying to get information from them to ...
(12-09-2017)

The very British problem: Spend now and pay never - City A.M.

City A.M.The very British problem: Spend now and pay neverCity A.M.All of which leads me to the conclusion that it's possibly not Brexit at all that's going to sink the UK economy. It's more likely to be ... I understand how hard it's going to be for the millennials to save for a mortgage, put money into their ...and more »
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Goldman Sachs invests in British consumer lender - Financial Times

Financial TimesGoldman Sachs invests in British consumer lenderFinancial TimesFounded by two former Goldman Sachs investment bankers five years ago, Neyber partners with companies to offer their employees loans at lower rates than credit cards or payday lenders. The company says its loans are less likely to default because of ...and more »
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