The material on this website is for information only
and is not intended as any recommendation or endorsement of any products or companies mentioned. We are not licensed by the FSA to give financial advice, and none of the material on this website constitutes or is intended to constitute financial ...
News
WinBetaCapital One: Windows phones need 10% market share in the UK for us to bring an app to the platformWinBetaCapital One is a large bank in the United States, as well as being a significant credit card provider in Europe, particularly the United Kingdom. However, for those of us used to managing our money through mobile apps provided by banks, which are ...and more »
Telegraph.co.ukHelp to Buy Isa bonus: buyers had no idea it wasn't for a depositTelegraph.co.ukUsing the money to reduce the size of a mortgage at completion is less valuable. Help to Buy Isas were warmly welcomed as a way to help first time buyers amass a deposit. The accounts allow savers to deposit £1,200 in the first month and contribute a ...Help to Buy Isa: how the bonus payment really worksWhich?all 3 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukGeorge Osborne's legacy of botched and half-baked taxesTelegraph.co.ukBecause the house had a mortgage on it, the transfer was subject to stamp duty, even though it was a gift within marriage. Before the transfer Mrs Ahmed didn't own ... The move was greeted with delight from predictable voices on the left, who foolishly ...and more »
The GuardianA delayed flight could leave you without your rental car and depositThe GuardianThe family returned to England but, a few days later, Rees checked his credit card statement for the €92 refund. “They took €150 from the credit card ... “Everyone was totally gobsmacked when I told them that Holiday Autos had refused to refund me the ...
This America, this house divided ... cannot standThe Market OracleDon't ever question the usury of bankers who manipulate the money supply, dominate the markets, set interest and finance rates and have weaved almost every American into a web of life-long debt? Don't ever ... Disregard any fall in pension payments ...
Have you met...
Latest Members:


reda21


hannamarin


nermine


ahmed


planckster


0552037117


devdeep

 
News > Latest News

... ()
click for full story
< previous page 1 ... 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 ... 520 next page >

Mum who lost sixteen babies and used one of her dead kids to claim thousands in benefits is jailed - The Sun

The SunMum who lost sixteen babies and used one of her dead kids to claim thousands in benefits is jailedThe Sun“You withdrew money from her credit cards totaling just short of £6,000. “In an extreme example of you callous behaviour you used her bank card to book a £60 taxi to Lincoln Crown Court while on bail for your other offences against Miss Croker ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

The working renters whose homes are 'at risk' - BBC News

BBC NewsThe working renters whose homes are 'at risk'BBC NewsPenny and Rich Baker, who live near Bristol, have decided they have no choice but to move to a smaller house. Although Penny has a part-time job with a charity, her husband Rich has been struggling to find work as a chef. Their rent, at £900 a month ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

RBS to charge major financial institutions for holding their cash - The Guardian

The GuardianRBS to charge major financial institutions for holding their cashThe Guardian“We are still a long way from banks imposing negative interest rates on personal customers, which would be a deeply unpopular move, though clearly the direction of travel is concerning for savers,” said Laith Khalaf, senior analyst at Hargreaves ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

oligopoly must be brought to account - Financial Times

Financial Timesoligopoly must be brought to accountFinancial Times... against a Big Four accounting firm to reach trial. At issue is whether PwC should have to compensate Taylor, Bean & Whitaker, a failed US mortgage lender, for failing to detect and stop a multibillion-dollar conspiracy between its executives and ...
(19-08-2016)

A man who retired at 34 shares a spreadsheet that helped him get there - Business Insider

Business InsiderA man who retired at 34 shares a spreadsheet that helped him get thereBusiness InsiderYou'll notice that the balance in the checking account cells (B4 and C4) aren't the same as the ones noted on the balances tab — that's because the credit card balances have been subtracted. His personal spreadsheet has evolved to include a column of ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Standard Life did not mislead pension member: ombudsman - FT Adviser

Standard Life did not mislead pension member: ombudsmanFT AdviserThe man, referred to as Mr E, had a defined contribution pension with Standard Life, alongside two separate self-invested personal pensions. He claimed Standard Life had told him the value of his pension pot included his guaranteed minimum pension ...
(19-08-2016)

UK borrowing falling slower than hoped despite July surplus – as it happened - The Guardian

The GuardianUK borrowing falling slower than hoped despite July surplus – as it happenedThe GuardianIn simple terms, HM is “monetary financing of fiscal spending”, a central bank who prints money for its government to spend; a practice definitely not included in the Bundesbank's instruction manual. However, we should ... Perhaps, this policy could ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

U.K. to Redeem 3 Billion Pounds of Pre-Crisis Mortgage Bonds ... - Bloomberg

U.K. to Redeem 3 Billion Pounds of Pre-Crisis Mortgage Bonds ...BloombergThe U.K. government will redeem 3 billion pounds ($3.9 billion) of bonds backed by mortgages from rescued lender Bradford & Bingley, paving the way for a ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

U.K. to Redeem 3 Billion Pounds of Pre-Crisis Mortgage Bonds - Bloomberg

U.K. to Redeem 3 Billion Pounds of Pre-Crisis Mortgage BondsBloombergThe redemption could squeeze the market for asset-backed securities, particularly if it takes time for a new owner to buy the loans and refinance the deal with another securitization, said Rob Ford, a London-based money manager at TwentyFour Asset ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Travellers face huge fees for withdrawing cash abroad - AOL Money ... - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKTravellers face huge fees for withdrawing cash abroad - AOL Money ...AOL Money UKBe careful when using your credit card to withdraw cash abroad: you could be charged as much as £5.30 for taking out just £10. Figures from ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

Travellers face huge fees for withdrawing cash abroad - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKTravellers face huge fees for withdrawing cash abroadAOL Money UKIn the case of Virgin Money, there's a 2.99% non-sterling fee plus a 5% ATM - and a £5 minimum makes withdrawing small amounts extremely expensive. MBNA charges the same fees on some cards, minus the £5 minimum. Both charge an interest rate of ...and more »
(19-08-2016)

The ultimate guide to tipping: Who you should tip, how you do it and where does your money go? - WalesOnline

WalesOnlineThe ultimate guide to tipping: Who you should tip, how you do it and where does your money go?WalesOnlineThe TripAdvisor travel guide to the UK says: "If you get a hair cut, tipping is common but not universal/required. Tip around .... Sometimes a service charge appears on your bill, or you pay by credit card and the machine asks if you want to add a tip ...
(19-08-2016)

What is an Isa? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWhat is an Isa?Telegraph.co.ukAn Individual Savings Account, or Isa, is a tax-free home for your savings. It's a type of account that works like a wrapper. You can put a range of different investments inside it: they all then benefit from tax-free growth. The right Isa for you ...
(19-08-2016)

'I'm 37 and mortgage free. How soon can I retire?' - The Telegraph - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I'm 37 and mortgage free. How soon can I retire?' - The TelegraphTelegraph.co.ukWith two young sons, Jeff Massey wants to retire as soon as possible to spend more time at home.and more »
(19-08-2016)

'I'm 37 and mortgage free. How soon can I retire?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I'm 37 and mortgage free. How soon can I retire?'Telegraph.co.ukAfter years of working hard to pay off the mortgage, the Masseys now own their £300,000 three bedroom semi-detached Cambridgeshire home outright. This gives far more financial flexibility. Mr Massey, 37 ... If Mr Massey does save on childcare it will ...and more »
(19-08-2016)
Advertise with us  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Copyright                                                                                     Website maintained by USP Networks