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To love, honor and share a credit card statementDaily MailA study by Harris Poll for the National Endowment for Financial Education finds that two in five Americans who have combined finances admit to lying to their partner or hiding information about money matters. And it's on the rise — 42 percent of those ...and more »
This is MoneySavers protest about admin blunders, delays and misinformationThis is MoneyCommon gripes are clashes with pension providers over delays to accessing savings, exit fees, bungled admin, misinformation from firms, and the requirement to pay for financial advice on some types of pot worth £30,000-plus, new data from the Financial ...and more »
This is MoneyTop gripes about pension freedoms revealed: Delays, bungled admin, exit fees and compulsory financial advice anger ...This is MoneyCommon gripes are clashes with pension providers over delays to accessing savings, exit fees, bungled admin, misinformation from firms, and the requirement to pay for financial advice on some types of pot worth £30,000-plus, new data from the Financial ...and more »
This is MoneyTaxman picks up record £1.2bn in stamp duty in a month as landlords rushed to beat Osborne's buy-to-let tax hikeThis is MoneyLast month was a record for stamp duty receipts as landlords and second home buyers settled their tax bills after rushing through purchases ahead of the 1 April hike. The Government generated nearly £1.2billion in stamp duty in April from a total of ...We helped my dad buy his retirement home - now he can't move without paying extra stamp dutyTelegraph.co.ukall 5 news articles »
BloombergCatwalk Cartel May Be Robbing Retailers, U.K. Watchdog WarnsBloombergIt's cash crunches like Thompson's that lead many people to pile up credit card debt, bounce checks, or turn to payday lenders, which charge high interest rates and fees for making loans against your paycheck. The result can be further fees for late ...and more »
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FinTech shake up awaits - FT Adviser

FinTech shake up awaitsFT AdviserBacked by both government and regulator, digitisation is predicted to shake up the way customers access and use financial services. And this, of course, has ... These FinTech bridges will build on the work of the FCA's Project Innovate which is ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

Get it right the first time - FT Adviser

Get it right the first timeFT AdviserWhile this is a great liberation for pension savers, there is a serious threat to retirement prosperity in the UK if consumers fail to grasp the gravitas of the risks they face in drawdown. It will take years to come to fruition, but there will ...
(18-05-2016)

Beware of scams: Beat fraudsters by staying alert - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBeware of scams: Beat fraudsters by staying alertExpress.co.ukIt may be a criminal trying to obtain your personal and financial details, which they will then use to raid your bank account. These scams will often involve a phone call, text message or email claiming there has been suspicious activity on your ...
(18-05-2016)

Android Pay in UK: A tipping point for mobile payments? - BBC News

BBC NewsAndroid Pay in UK: A tipping point for mobile payments?BBC NewsAt launch, many Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards will work with the app, although Barclays customers will not be able to use Android Pay. That is because the bank is going it alone, making contactless payments available through its own ...Android Pay launches in the UK: hands-on reviewInquirerGoogle launches Android Pay mobile payment system in the UKAOL Money UKAndroid Pay officially launches in UK at lastuSwitch.com (Tech)Gizmodo UKall 1,580 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

Live From The UK: It's Android Pay - PYMNTS.com

BBC NewsLive From The UK: It's Android PayPYMNTS.comThe eligible cards are either a MasterCard or Visa credit or debit card from one of its supported banks — Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, M&S Bank, MBNA and Nationwide Building Society. More are expected to be added. “We ...Android Pay in UK: A tipping point for mobile payments?BBC NewsAndroid Pay launches in the UK: hands-on reviewInquirerAndroid Pay officially launches in UK at lastuSwitch.com (Tech)all 112 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

Android Pay launches in the UK - with monthly discounts on coffee and takeaways to get you hooked on mobile payments - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukAndroid Pay launches in the UK - with monthly discounts on coffee and takeaways to get you hooked on mobile paymentsMirror.co.ukUsers just need to download the Android Pay app from the Google Play store, register their credit or debit cards, and then start paying by touching their phones to payment terminals in shops - just as they would with their contactless cards. Android ...Live From The UK: It's Android PayPYMNTS.comAndroid Pay in UK: A tipping point for mobile payments?BBC NewsAndroid Pay launches in the UK: hands-on reviewInquireruSwitch.com (Tech) -AOL Money UKall 651 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

Android Pay launches in the UK - with monthly discounts on coffee and takeaway food to get you hooked on mobile ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukAndroid Pay launches in the UK - with monthly discounts on coffee and takeaway food to get you hooked on mobile ...Mirror.co.ukUsers just need to download the Android Pay app from the Google Play store, register their credit or debit cards, and then start paying by touching their phones to payment terminals in shops - just as they would with their contactless cards. Android ...Android Pay in UK: A tipping point for mobile payments?BBC NewsAndroid Pay launches in the UK: hands-on reviewInquirerAndroid Pay officially launches in UKuSwitch.com (Tech)all 69 news articles »
(18-05-2016)

'Should I use my £50000 in Premium Bonds to pay off my student loan when I graduate?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'Should I use my £50000 in Premium Bonds to pay off my student loan when I graduate?'Telegraph.co.ukShould I use my Premium Bonds money to clear my student debt upon graduation and work for a few more years before purchasing a house with help from my family, or is it better to use my savings for a house and pay the student debt back gradually? TF ...
(18-05-2016)

'I have three properties at age 33 and £3000 a month to save, do I get another buy-to-let or invest in shares?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I have three properties at age 33 and £3000 a month to save, do I get another buy-to-let or invest in shares?'Telegraph.co.ukFor many with money to save there are two choices: put money into property via a buy-to-let, or invest in stocks and shares via a pension or Isa. Mark Meikle, 33, is at such a crossroads. He has two buy-to-let properties in ... After mortgage payments ...and more »
(18-05-2016)

Half a million over 65s still working 'because they enjoy it' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukHalf a million over 65s still working 'because they enjoy it'Telegraph.co.ukIn a report by pension firm, LV=, two in every five workers surveyed said their main reason for not retiring is because they simply want to carry on working. There are over 1.1 million workers over the age of 65 in the UK with the number rising three ...and more »
(17-05-2016)

Mortgage borrowers trapped as EU rules cut lifeline on affordability checks - This is Money

This is MoneyMortgage borrowers trapped as EU rules cut lifeline on affordability checksThis is MoneySince 2013, lenders have been forced to run detailed affordability checks on mortgage applicants. However, the City watchdog made an exception for homeowners who wanted to move to another property or lender without borrowing any more money. It was a ...
(17-05-2016)

The mortgage prisoners trapped and unable to move: Borrowers hit as EU rules cut lifeline on affordability checks - This is Money

This is MoneyThe mortgage prisoners trapped and unable to move: Borrowers hit as EU rules cut lifeline on affordability checksThis is MoneySince 2013, lenders have been forced to run detailed affordability checks on mortgage applicants. However, the City watchdog made an exception for homeowners who wanted to move to another property or lender without borrowing any more money. It was a ...
(17-05-2016)

Financial technology start-ups need power of the EU behind them - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFinancial technology start-ups need power of the EU behind themTelegraph.co.ukThis is because innovations around payment, credit and foreign exchange throw up complex challenges to regulators such as the Financial Conduct Authority. ... Not least, incumbent payment card providers such as Visa and Mastercard, that dominate UK ...and more »
(17-05-2016)

How much will your house be worth in 2030? Map of UK house price forecasts - Daily Mail

Daily MailHow much will your house be worth in 2030? Map of UK house price forecastsDaily MailThe average price of a home in England will be more than £450,000 in 2030, new research mapping out what house prices could look like across the UK claims. Buy in London, however, and you could be looking at a cool £1million for the average property.and more »
(17-05-2016)

Massive financial capability potential for UK's building societies – New BSA Report - PoliticsHome.com

Massive financial capability potential for UK's building societies – New BSA ReportPoliticsHome.comThe BSA has already established a working group to advance key recommendations of the study, while individual societies are continuing to develop their activity alongside experts from the youth financial education sector. UK personal debt is at a ...
(17-05-2016)
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