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DIY pensions: the cheapest Sipp providers who could save you thousandsYahoo Finance UKOpening a self-invested personal pension (Sipp) through a platform, such as those detailed here, provides a wide choice of funds and shares, in addition to easy switching, administration and online management. The question of which platform (otherwise ...and more »
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Telegraph.co.ukDIY pensions: the cheapest Sipp providers who could save you thousandsTelegraph.co.ukOpening a self-invested personal pension (Sipp) through a platform, such as those detailed here, provides a wide choice of funds and shares, in addition to easy switching, administration and online management. The question of which platform (otherwise ...and more »
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UK Government pilot uses blockchain tech for welfare distribution - Brave New Coin

UK Government pilot uses blockchain tech for welfare distributionBrave New CoinThe UK Government recently unveiled that it is undergoing a blockchain technology pilot to implement “social welfare payments distribution trial for UK's Department for Work and Pensions.” If the trial is successful, the underlying technology could be ...and more »
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Interest rates, housing shortage, debt problems and pension woes - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Interest rates, housing shortage, debt problems and pension woesSpectator.co.uk (blog)Meanwhile, government attempts to stop the UK property market being exploited by international money launderers are 'totally inadequate' and the country has instead 'laid out a welcome mat' to criminals, the House of Commons home affairs committee has ...and more »
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Money & Me: Dubai recruitment entrepreneur keeps the children in mind - The National

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Lil Wayne is sued by American Express over near $90000 debt - Daily Mail

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'I have £40000 to invest, how do I build my first portfolio at 47?' - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk'I have £40000 to invest, how do I build my first portfolio at 47?'Telegraph.co.ukI have recently come into £40,000 through an inheritance, and don't like the look of buy-to-let at present. I'm 47 and have never invested before as this is the first significant amount of money I've had. I'm willing to take a moderate amount of risk ...and more »
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'I have £40000 to invest, how do I build my first portfolio at 47?' - Yahoo Finance UK

'I have £40000 to invest, how do I build my first portfolio at 47?'Yahoo Finance UKA self-invested personal pension (or Sipp) would be another option if the money is not needed for several years (you can take money out of a pension from age 55 onwards). Contributions to a Sipp receive an automatic 25pc uplift thanks to 20pc tax ...and more »
(14-07-2016)

HALF of Brits travel abroad without insurance - 10 tips to find cheap cover before you jet off - Mirror.co.uk

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Two dry cleaners raised money for their brother fighting with ISIS in Syria, court hears - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTwo dry cleaners raised money for their brother fighting with ISIS in Syria, court hearsExpress.co.ukMr Christopher said: "This case concerns the steps which these four defendants took, in various different ways, to help Musadikur by sending money out to him, by selling items belonging to him and his wife, by obtaining a credit card and by extracting ...and more »
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UK gov't launches blockchain tech project to track how you spend your benefits - ZDNet

ZDNetUK gov't launches blockchain tech project to track how you spend your benefitsZDNetThe UK government has begun a pilot scheme which tracks how citizens claiming benefits are spending their cash. As reported by Motherboard, the government launched a trial in June using blockchain technology. This system, which underpins transactions ...and more »
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Who is the new Chancellor Philip Hammond and what could his appointment mean for your finances? - This is Money

This is MoneyWho is the new Chancellor Philip Hammond and what could his appointment mean for your finances?This is MoneyBy Laura Whitcombe For Thisismoney.co.uk. Published: 06:26 EST, 14 July ... There's a new captain in charge of the economy as we navigate stormy seas post Brexit but who exactly is Philip Hammond, our new Chancellor - and what effect could his ...and more »
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What Philip Hammond's appointment to Chancellor means for your finances - This is Money

This is MoneyWhat Philip Hammond's appointment to Chancellor means for your financesThis is MoneyBy Laura Whitcombe For Thisismoney.co.uk. Published: 06:26 EST, 14 July ... There's a new captain in charge of the economy as we navigate stormy seas post Brexit but who exactly is Philip Hammond, our new Chancellor - and what effect could his ...and more »
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JPMorgan eases banking gloom and doom - CNNMoney

CNNMoneyJPMorgan eases banking gloom and doomCNNMoneyLike other big banks, JPMorgan has struggled to grow its profit due to historically-low interest rates that make it more difficult to make money. ... The banking boss said outside of energy, credit quality "remained very good" in the second quarter. He ...and more »
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Profile of the new UK Prime Minister – Theresa May - BVI News Online

BVI News OnlineProfile of the new UK Prime Minister – Theresa MayBVI News OnlineProfile of the new UK Prime Minister – Theresa May. in All News / By: RETRIEVED FROM ... The young Theresa Brasier, as she was then, threw herself into village life, taking part in a pantomime that was produced by her father and working in the bakery ...and more »
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Bloated: Is the Govt's plan for Nest a step too far? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingBloated: Is the Govt's plan for Nest a step too far?Money MarketingUnder the plans – which Money Marketing can reveal now has cross-party support – the state-backed provider would expand both into the post-retirement product market and open as a personal pension firm targeting individuals. The wider industry warns ...Brexit and pensions - what you need to know and what you should be doingLexology (registration)all 6 news articles »
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Blockchain and benefits - a dangerous mix? - BBC News

BBC NewsBlockchain and benefits - a dangerous mix?BBC NewsThe Department of Work and Pensions tell me it began in May, will run for up to six months, and is designed to look at how the technology might help benefit claimants manage their money. Up to 24 welfare claimants will use an app provided by a company ...and more »
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