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LOOKHere's Why You *Need* To Start Saving Your Pension NowLOOKWhen you move up the ladder and start working for a super professional company you'll most likely be auto-enrolled into a pension scheme. You can opt out and continue your personal savings but having already started your pension, you'll have a better ...
The RegisterMargaret Hodge's book outlines 'mind boggling' UK public sector wasteThe RegisterFrom that bird's eye perspective, she witnessed "mind-boggling waste of taxpayers' money right across government,” which she documents in her new book Called to Account: How Corporate Bad Behaviour and Government Waste Combine to Cost us Millions ...
Business Insider UKAtom Bank is raising £100 million and getting into mortgagesBusiness Insider UKApp-only challenger bank is raising £100 million ($129.6 million) from its shareholders to break into mortgages, according to Sky News. The fintech startup, which opened to customers earlier this year, reportedly wants to raise money funds so it has ...and more »
The Week UKHouse prices: 'Selfish' baby boomers would give up rises to help youngThe Week UKResearch by the Intergenerational Foundation claims the UK's oft-cited housing crisis is having an effect on social cohesion, with young people moving into the cities and older homeowners becoming isolated in the suburbs. The number of neighbourhoods ...and more »
Spectator.co.uk (blog)Financial scams, savings, pensions and investmentSpectator.co.uk (blog)Financial scams, savings, pensions and investment. Helen Nugent. Money ... Moneyfacts.co.uk says that by making use of the Current Account Switch Guarantee (which has been in force for three years this month), spenders and savers alike could earn up to ...Financial fraud incidents up 53 per cent in first half of 2016 : Financial Fraud Action UKFinancial Fraud Action UKall 70 news articles »
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The Lifetime Isa: Free money - or just too complicated? - BBC News

BBC NewsThe Lifetime Isa: Free money - or just too complicated?BBC NewsIt looks like free money. An absolute no brainer, even. But while the Treasury has confirmed that the Lifetime Individual Savings Account (Lisa) will go ahead in April, others have raised doubts about the whole idea. The Nationwide has announced it ...and more »
(09-09-2016)

Profit from Colombia's peace dividend - MoneyWeek

MoneyWeekProfit from Colombia's peace dividendMoneyWeekNot only that, there are five straightforward ways to minimise your exposure to inheritance tax, and Matthew Lynn makes the case for immigration. Add in news and views from around the markets, all the best share tips from the UK press, and five pages ...
(09-09-2016)

How can we make pensions and investments as inspiring as the Olympics - Pension Funds Online (blog)

Pension Funds Online (blog)How can we make pensions and investments as inspiring as the OlympicsPension Funds Online (blog)At a journalist lunch earlier this week, one of our clients made a really interesting observation, which was that the US has a much higher engagement in pensions because in the UK we have such a taboo when it comes to talking about money. Unlike sport ...
(09-09-2016)

Now EVERYONE could receive £330 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one: Everything you need to know - Mirror.co.uk

The GuardianNow EVERYONE could receive £330 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one: Everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukHow you get the money hasn't been worked out yet - as this is the first case of its kind brought. ... On April 29 last year the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union adopted the Interchange Fee Regulation, and caps of 0.2% for debit ...MasterCard facing £19bn damages claim over inflated card chargesThe GuardianShoppers 'ripped off' by MasterCard stand to gain £400 compensation in record class actionTelegraph.co.ukall 79 news articles »
(09-09-2016)

FTSE 100 records biggest weekly fall since May as oil pares gains after unexpected slump in US crude inventories - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFTSE 100 records biggest weekly fall since May as oil pares gains after unexpected slump in US crude inventoriesTelegraph.co.ukDebenhamssuffered its worst day since June after HSBC slashed its rating, describing the UK's second-largest department store as “structurally challenged” in an increasingly competitive market. Analysts at the British bank raised long-term structural ...and more »
(09-09-2016)

Pound on track for fourth straight week of gains as UK construction output beats expectations post-Brexit - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukPound on track for fourth straight week of gains as UK construction output beats expectations post-BrexitTelegraph.co.ukCatching up on the action from Bratislava today at the Eurogroup meeting, eurozone lenders have told Greece that lost time needs to be made up by speeding up a reform drive before it gets any new aid money. .... Sir Philip had promised MPs that he ...and more »
(09-09-2016)

FTSE 100 posts sharpest fall in nine weeks as oil pared gains after unexpected slump in US crude inventories - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukFTSE 100 posts sharpest fall in nine weeks as oil pared gains after unexpected slump in US crude inventoriesTelegraph.co.ukMr Bush, the most senior of the three men, was the former UK managing director, Mr Rogberg was finance director for Tesco's UK stores, and John Scouler was the supermarket's food commercial director. All three ... Sir Philip had promised MPs that he ...and more »
(09-09-2016)

Tim Newark: Supporting savers is fundamental to a healthy economy - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTim Newark: Supporting savers is fundamental to a healthy economyExpress.co.ukApart from the misery caused to thousands of savers, ultra low interest rates inflate the future liabilities of pension schemes, forcing companies to shift money away from productive investment into filling these ever growing black holes. Banks are ...and more »
(09-09-2016)

Millionaires' mortgages and personally branded gold bars: Could you bank like the rich, aristocratic and famous? - This is Money

This is MoneyMillionaires' mortgages and personally branded gold bars: Could you bank like the rich, aristocratic and famous?This is MoneyEven millionaires need mortgages but they tend not to pop down to HSBC for a loan against their stud farm, instead, Britain's super rich, aristocratic and famous families bank 'privately'. But what does that actually mean? And could you benefit from ...
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Praemium partners to acquire UK pension provider - Money Management

Money ManagementPraemium partners to acquire UK pension providerMoney ManagementInvestment platform provider, Praemium, has entered into an agreement to acquire England-based self-invested personal pension (SIPP) provider, Wensley Mackay. The $1.04 million (£600,000) deal in cash would be subject to satisfactory fulfilment of the ...and more »
(08-09-2016)

EXCLUSIVE: EU commission in SINISTER plot to track YOUR online transactions and spending - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukEXCLUSIVE: EU commission in SINISTER plot to track YOUR online transactions and spendingExpress.co.ukAnd in a sinister twist, finance companies will be required by law to store records of all transactions made by British tourists for at least five years, during which period they can be accessed by European governments. All holidaymakers using pre-paid ...
(08-09-2016)

EU BIG BROTHER: Brussels unveils sinister plot to spy on YOUR holiday spending - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukEU BIG BROTHER: Brussels unveils sinister plot to spy on YOUR holiday spendingExpress.co.ukAnd in a sinister twist, finance companies will be required by law to store records of all transactions made by British tourists for at least five years, during which period they can be accessed by European governments. All holidaymakers using pre-paid ...
(08-09-2016)

MasterCard sued for £14bn in largest ever British legal claim - The Guardian

The GuardianMasterCard sued for £14bn in largest ever British legal claimThe GuardianCredit card group MasterCard is being sued for £14bn, the largest legal claim in British history, in a landmark lawsuit over allegations that it overcharged 46m UK consumers. The claim, which MasterCard said it would oppose vigorously, is the first ...Now EVERYONE could receive £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one: Everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukYou could be in line for a £450 windfall from MasterCardAOL Money UKall 123 news articles »
(08-09-2016)

Claim concerns fees retailers pay banks to process card payments - This is Money

The GuardianClaim concerns fees retailers pay banks to process card paymentsThis is MoneyAround 40 million British credit card users could be handed £450 each as legal action has been taken against MasterCard over £14billion of 'unfair charges' to customers. A collective action was launched today that accuses the company of setting ...MasterCard sued for £14bn in largest ever British legal claimThe GuardianNow EVERYONE could receive £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one: Everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukEveryone in UK could get £330 from MasterCard - even if you've never had oneBirmingham MailGazette Liveall 123 news articles »
(08-09-2016)

40 MILLION British credit card users could EACH receive a £450 windfall as MasterCard is taken to court over £14bn ... - This is Money

The Guardian40 MILLION British credit card users could EACH receive a £450 windfall as MasterCard is taken to court over £14bn ...This is MoneyAround 40 million British credit card users could be handed £450 each as legal action has been taken against MasterCard over £14billion of 'unfair charges' to customers. A collective action was launched today that accuses the company of setting ...MasterCard sued for £14bn in largest ever British legal claimThe GuardianNow EVERYONE could receive £300 from MasterCard - even if you've never had one: Everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukall 123 news articles »
(08-09-2016)
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