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Times of MaltaInjured officers will receive full pensions: AbelaTimes of MaltaHome Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela at today's press conference. Photo: DOI/Jeremy Wonnacott. Officers unable to complete their service due to injuries suffered in the line of duty will receive full pensions, Home Affairs Minister Carmelo Abela said today.and more »
This is MoneyIf I die and my husband remarries, how do I ensure my kids inherit my money?This is MoneyI want to ensure that if I die before my husband he gets the money but if he remarried and then died my half would end up with my children and not with any new spouse or children that she had either with him or previously. He does not want to put the ...
The GuardianAustralia's worst invasive plant species available for import on Amazon and eBayThe GuardianAny Australian with a credit card can order home delivery of thousands of seeds of gorse, blackberry or cactus. Also available is the Mimosa pigra tree, which the Northern Territory government spends $500,000 each year trying to eradicate from Kakadu ...
U.K. White-Collar Prosecutions Rise as Cybercrime Threat GrowsBloombergAction on white-collar crime has risen up the government agenda, spurred by the 2008 financial crisis and a growing recognition of the damage offenses such as money-laundering can have on London's reputation as a global financial center. Tackling ...and more »
The GuardianCashless Britain advances as contactless and debit cards thriveThe GuardianThe amount of money now transferred through the direct debit system is vast. In 2015 debits to pay mortgages, rents, energy and other bills were worth £1.22tn. Debit card use is up 10% in 2015 compared with 2014, while credit card usage was up 9%. In ...Will paying with contactless cards make us less healthy?BBC NewsBritons still write HALF A BILLION cheques every year - five years after banks tried to shelve them because ...This is Moneyall 46 news articles »
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Family home sold in a third of 'silver' divorces - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFamily home sold in a third of 'silver' divorcesTelegraph.co.ukWith many over-50s having children who have already flown the nest, 28pc of those who have been through a divorce said they had ended up selling up, according to research from Nationwide Mortgages. About 13pc of divorced over-50s ended up ...and more »
(15-05-2016)

See the moment telly investigator stuns fake iPhone scammer with 20ft mobile billboards featuring his face - The Sun

The SunSee the moment telly investigator stuns fake iPhone scammer with 20ft mobile billboards featuring his faceThe Sun... pin number – belonging to people who are leaving Britain for good. Criminals can then use these genuine credit cards to launder dirty money by paying in illegal cash and then spending it on the credit card – avoiding tax and detection by the ...
(15-05-2016)

EPFO may invest over Rs 6000 crore in equity market in 2016-17 - Economic Times

EPFO may invest over Rs 6000 crore in equity market in 2016-17Economic TimesHYDERABAD: Union Labour Minister Bandaru Dattatreya has said the Employees Provident Fund Organisation ( EPFO ) may invest more than Rs 6,000 crore in equity market during the current financial year. ... As part of Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana (PMJDY ...and more »
(15-05-2016)

How the ticket touts get away with bleeding fans dry - The Guardian

The GuardianHow the ticket touts get away with bleeding fans dryThe Guardian... boosters under the trade. You can still find the old-fashioned touts outside venues, repeating their time-honoured mantra, “Tickets for the gig, buy or sell”, but these days the real money is made online by armchair touts who target the most ...and more »
(15-05-2016)

I'm a first time investor - here's what the experts made of my efforts - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukI'm a first time investor - here's what the experts made of my effortsTelegraph.co.ukAfter finding the money, there is then all the unfamiliar jargon and a baffling array of choice to contend with: a challenge for someone who spends their working hours immersed in the world of finance, a potential nightmare for someone who doesn't. I ...
(15-05-2016)

Where older people can still get a mortgage - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWhere older people can still get a mortgageAOL Money UKNationwide is raising the maximum age limit for paying back a mortgage from 75 to 85 this July. Its move will mean a 60 year old can take out a 25-year mortgage, provided they could show how they'd afford the repayments. The lender says the new age ...
(14-05-2016)

Aegon aims high in digital savings shift - Herald Scotland

Herald ScotlandAegon aims high in digital savings shiftHerald ScotlandAegon aims to become the UK's “leading platform business”, leader Adrian Grace has said, as industry speculation continues over a possible deal to buy £75billion market leader Cofunds from Legal & General. Mr Grace's bullish comment came as the ...
(14-05-2016)

Take care of personal finances before the financial crisis strikes | Personal Finance | Finance | Daily Express - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTake care of personal finances before the financial crisis strikes | Personal Finance | Finance | Daily ExpressExpress.co.ukThe service is free at Gov.uk/find-pensioncontact-details and you will need the name of an employer or pension provider to trace your scheme. Lisa Caplan, financial advisor at Nutmeg.com, says this tackles a very real problem: “Savers should use this ...
(14-05-2016)

Sort out your home budget before next crisis strikes - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukSort out your home budget before next crisis strikesExpress.co.ukTraditional virtues such as budgeting for daily spending have fallen out of fashion in the age of cheap finance and zero per cent credit cards. Instead, Britons are piling up personal debts at the fastest rate for 11 years, with unsecured borrowings ...
(14-05-2016)

Longer-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 years | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyLonger-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 years | This is MoneyThis is MoneyPost Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for... E027NB woman looking at homes for sale at an estate agents office in Essex, UK There are warning signs everywhere that the British housing... ELEANOR HUSSEY AND PARTNER JOSH BEST ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Longer-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 years - This is Money

This is MoneyLonger-life mortgages mean borrowing for more than 30 yearsThis is MoneyThe average mortgage rate on a loan with a 25 per cent deposit in March was 1.87 per cent, according to the Bank of England. A £150,000 mortgage over 20 years would cost £749 a ... 'Think of money as a commodity. The basic rule, of course, is that the ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

The great mortgage stretch: Should you borrow for more than 30 years to get on the housing ladder? - This is Money

This is MoneyThe great mortgage stretch: Should you borrow for more than 30 years to get on the housing ladder?This is MoneyThe average mortgage rate on a loan with a 25 per cent deposit in March was 1.87 per cent, according to the Bank of England. A £150,000 mortgage over 20 years would cost £749 a ... 'Think of money as a commodity. The basic rule, of course, is that the ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Golden years on the golf course? We should be so lucky… - The Guardian

The GuardianGolden years on the golf course? We should be so lucky…The GuardianThe Aegon research showed that Scots had the lowest degree of “readiness” in the UK. This means that their projected pension pots will be substantially lower than those of workers from other parts of these islands. This doesn't mean that other UK ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Pensioner could lose his home after squatters rights ruling - Metro

MetroPensioner could lose his home after squatters rights rulingMetroA builder who started renovating an empty house nearly 20 years ago has seen off an appeal over squatters rights – but the ruling could cost an 80 year old to sell the place he lives now. Builder Keith Best, 47, first found the house in Newbury Park ...and more »
(14-05-2016)

Post Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for borrowers with 10 and 25% deposits - This is Money

This is MoneyPost Office launches cheapest mortgages on the market for borrowers with 10 and 25% depositsThis is MoneyThe monthly payments for which work out at £653.45 with the total cost over the two-year period £16,682 and £197,035 over the full 25-year term. Charlotte Nelson from Moneyfacts.co.uk said: 'Yet again, Post Office Money has launched highly competitive ...
(14-05-2016)
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