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From marriage perks to cheaper broadband: 13 ways to fight off the taxman - This is Money

This is MoneyFrom marriage perks to cheaper broadband: 13 ways to fight off the taxmanThis is MoneyThe more money you put in a pension, the more you will keep from the clutches of the taxman. Tax relief is given in several ways, but the effect is the same. Pension savings taken directly from your salary reduce your taxable income. For example, if ...Martin Tilley: Fielding client questions on the annual allowanceMoney Marketingall 3 news articles »
(13-03-2017)

How could you access your pension savings? | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyHow could you access your pension savings? | This is MoneyThis is MoneyIn April 2015, the Government introduced new rules known as pension freedoms, offering much greater flexibility on how millions of people in the UK can access ...and more »
(13-03-2017)

How could you access your pension savings? We take a look at the options now available - This is Money

This is MoneyHow could you access your pension savings? We take a look at the options now availableThis is MoneyThis service was set up by the Government to help anyone aged 50 or over understand their pension options. If you have saved into a defined contribution pension (sometimes known as a personal or workplace pension), Pension Wise can help you to think ...and more »
(13-03-2017)

How to beat the savings crisis: How a couple earn £34000 a year without paying a penny in tax - This is Money

This is MoneyHow to beat the savings crisis: How a couple earn £34000 a year without paying a penny in taxThis is MoneyNobody wants to give money to the taxman unnecessarily. And for savers whose incomes have been crushed, it's more vital than ever to shelter as much as you can from the Revenue's grasp. Today, Money Mail reveals the tricks you can use to reduce your ...and more »
(12-03-2017)

MONEY MAIL SPECIAL: How to beat the savings crisis... a trick that lets a couple earn £34000 without paying a penny! - This is Money

This is MoneyMONEY MAIL SPECIAL: How to beat the savings crisis... a trick that lets a couple earn £34000 without paying a penny!This is MoneyYou get the mammoth tax-free allowance thanks to three major changes last year: a rise in the personal allowance (£11,000), the launch of the personal savings allowance (up to £1,000) and the dividend allowance (£5,000). Each spouse can ... If your ...and more »
(12-03-2017)

Esther Mhuri Plight: UK Thugs Steal £3900 | EXCLUSIVE - ZimEye - Zimbabwe News

ZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsEsther Mhuri Plight: UK Thugs Steal £3900 | EXCLUSIVEZimEye - Zimbabwe NewsPayPal, automatic transfer, credit card, check, money order — real charities allow you to donate money in a variety of ways. If you're called or emailed by someone seeking a charitable gift, but they insist on cash, allow the red flags to be raised ...and more »
(12-03-2017)

Savers and Pensions: How the Chancellor's spring BUDGET plans can affect you - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukSavers and Pensions: How the Chancellor's spring BUDGET plans can affect youExpress.co.ukSavers who draw money before age 60 for any other reason will pay a stinging 25 per cent penalty. From 60, money can be taken penalty-free as retirement income. Two thirds of parents and grandparents say they will urge youngsters to open a Lifetime Isa ...and more »
(12-03-2017)

How the Chancellor's spring BUDGET plans can affect you next ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukHow the Chancellor's spring BUDGET plans can affect you next ...Express.co.ukCHANCELLOR Philip Hammond offered few giveaways in Wednesday's Budget, but nevertheless major changes are coming your way within weeks.and more »
(12-03-2017)

Avoiding the 'Sanctioned Fraud' of Credit Card Junk Fees - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsAvoiding the 'Sanctioned Fraud' of Credit Card Junk FeesYahoo NewsWhen William Livingstone booked a recent airline ticket from Warsaw to Madrid, he found something unusual on his bill: a $15 "credit card fee" with no explanation. It appeared his credit card was just helping itself to some of his money because it ...and more »
(12-03-2017)

Counting down to payday? How to avoid the high costs of being overdrawn and get the best deals - This is Money

This is MoneyCounting down to payday? How to avoid the high costs of being overdrawn and get the best dealsThis is MoneyHannah Maundrell, editor of consumer website Money, says paying off a overdraft using a zero per cent interest money transfer credit card could be a prudent move. She says: 'The card deposits cash into your account, paying off the overdraft. You can ...and more »
(12-03-2017)

The good, the bad and the ugly for investors and savers... Part two of how to defend your finances from the 'Trojan ... - This is Money

This is MoneyThe good, the bad and the ugly for investors and savers... Part two of how to defend your finances from the 'Trojan ...This is MoneyLike 'bed and Isa', dividend-friendly investments can be sold and then immediately bought back within a Sipp, or self-invested personal pension. Again, capital gains tax may be an issue, and by putting the investments inside a pension, it means they ...The Osborne hangover: Govt gets desperate on Lifetime IsasMoney Marketingall 13 news articles »
(12-03-2017)

Furious newsagent claims bank charged £63 interest on £1.36 credit card debt… as we reveal how to avoid being ... - The Sun

The SunFurious newsagent claims bank charged £63 interest on £1.36 credit card debt… as we reveal how to avoid being ...The Sun... Maundrell of money.co.uk said of Mazhar's unexpected bill: “Technicalities in T&Cs like this really frustrate me because they feel like a sneaky way to squeeze more interest out of customers. “You might think you're being sensible by making your ...
(12-03-2017)

Credit's a game of snakes and ladders – but you can load the dice in your favour - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Credit's a game of snakes and ladders – but you can load the dice in your favourThe Times (subscription)If you can answer yes to both these questions, you might assume you have a perfect credit score. In reality, it may be disappointingly average. Most of us know the basics of how to obtain a good credit score: be on the electoral roll, have a credit ...
(12-03-2017)

'I ran up £10k debt trying to get TV work – now I'm on Watchdog': How years of hard graft paid off for BBC ... - This is Money

This is Money'I ran up £10k debt trying to get TV work – now I'm on Watchdog': How years of hard graft paid off for BBC ...This is MoneyWhile struggling to find regular work as a disabled presenter, she ran up a £10,000 credit card bill. But until now, she has ... Plus, when you are trying to get work in front of a camera, you are expected to spend money on your hair and outfit. So, to ...
(11-03-2017)

The shrinking of the tax-free dividend allowance... How to defend your finances from the 'Trojan Horse' Budget - This is Money

This is MoneyThe shrinking of the tax-free dividend allowance... How to defend your finances from the 'Trojan Horse' BudgetThis is MoneyHannah Maundrell, of consumer website money.co.uk, says: 'The personal allowance rises from £11,000 to £11,500 in April and the extra £500 means some couples will be able to claim the marriage tax allowance. It is worth up to £220 a ... Like 'bed and ...Budget 2017: how the Tories cut the dividend allowance by 68pc in two yearsTelegraph.co.ukThe Osborne hangover: Govt gets desperate on Lifetime IsasMoney Marketingall 11 news articles »
(11-03-2017)
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