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Should we dip into our pensions to pay for our daughter's university fees? - This is Money

This is MoneyShould we dip into our pensions to pay for our daughter's university fees?This is MoneyOur daughter starts her A levels in September and plans to go to university. She has a part-time job and my daughter, husband and I all want to start some saving towards her higher education costs. Where do we begin? Is there a special investment ...and more »
(18-08-2015)

Are there special investment schemes to save towards university fees or should ... - This is Money

This is MoneyAre there special investment schemes to save towards university fees or should ...This is Money... towards university fees or should we dip into our pensions to help our daughter? By Linda Mckay for Thisismoney.co.uk ... LInda Mckay of This is Money replies: I understand how you feel. We have Help to Buy Isas for those wanting to get on the ...and more »
(18-08-2015)

Expat pensions: should you leave your defined benefit scheme? - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukExpat pensions: should you leave your defined benefit scheme?Telegraph.co.ukWhile that may appear simple, the additional layers of rules and regulations that go alongside this can make pensions become more complicated. Take the changes to pension legislation in the UK from April 2015 as an example. The idea was to allow people ...and more »
(18-08-2015)

Zopa lobbies for peer-to-peer loans to go in pension pots - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukZopa lobbies for peer-to-peer loans to go in pension potsTelegraph.co.ukHowever, in return for the extra interest savers must also accept a greater risk that the borrower will not repay the loan and so it is possible to lose money. Cartoon of two paths for pension savers Pensioners no longer have to buy an annuity with ...and more »
(18-08-2015)

'I still hope my World Cup stickers will make a fortune' - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast Telegraph'I still hope my World Cup stickers will make a fortune'Belfast TelegraphQ: How much money would you usually carry around with you? A: Around £20 in case I get caught somewhere that doesn't take debit cards or credit cards. Q: Do you see personal debt (ie credit cards, personal loans) as inevitable or something best avoided?
(18-08-2015)

Royal London chief warns of 'real risk' to saving under ISA-style pensions - Professional Adviser

Professional AdviserRoyal London chief warns of 'real risk' to saving under ISA-style pensionsProfessional AdviserPhil Loney (pictured) criticised the government's suggestion pension tax treatment could be changed so savers contribute taxed income when paying in and receive tax relief when taking the money out further down the line, saying savers would probably ...and more »
(18-08-2015)

Police 'moved' to help vulnerable elderly theft victim - getwestlondon

getwestlondonPolice 'moved' to help vulnerable elderly theft victimgetwestlondonPolice officers in Hayes were so saddened by a theft victim's experience they went above and beyond to help her. Heartless thieves pretended to help an elderly woman with mobility problems home to steal her pension money. The pensioner in her 80s, ...
(18-08-2015)

50 Things College Students Should Know About London - Huffington Post

Huffington Post50 Things College Students Should Know About LondonHuffington PostCall your credit card company before you leave. This is a must do! Call your ... This way your card won't be taken while withdrawing money in a possibly non English speaking country with a phone that can only make calls in the UK. 19. Choose your bank ...
(17-08-2015)

Rush for dual-nationality passports as EU migrants fear Brexit - The Guardian

The GuardianRush for dual-nationality passports as EU migrants fear BrexitThe Guardian“Everyone talks about Brexit in big-picture economic or political terms; no one considers what it might mean personally, to so many people,” said Zihms, a post-doctoral academic. “My life .... In France, retired civil servant Wendy Joint said her ...and more »
(17-08-2015)

Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC Receives Average Rating of "Buy" from Analysts ... - Dakota Financial News

Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC Receives Average Rating of "Buy" from Analysts ...Dakota Financial NewsVirgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC logo Virgin Money Holdings (UK) PLC (LON:VM) has been given an average recommendation of “Buy” by the eight brokerages that are covering the stock, MarketBeat reports. Four research analysts have rated the stock with a ...and more »
(17-08-2015)

The £1000 shopping spree that takes 20 years to pay off - the truth about ... - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe £1000 shopping spree that takes 20 years to pay off - the truth about ...Mirror.co.ukRetailers like Dorothy Perkins, Next and Very.co.uk throw all sorts of juicy discounts at you if you sign up for their in-house credit scheme. But signing ... They work much like a credit card - you're given money in the form of credit to shop ...
(17-08-2015)

Small advice firms are thriving, just ask the FCA! - Citywire.co.uk

Small advice firms are thriving, just ask the FCA!Citywire.co.ukThis suggests the trend of rising values for advice businesses will continue, and that the market is responding to high and rising demand for face-to-face advice, stimulated by pensions and tax changes and growing competition across the advice market.
(17-08-2015)

Cash-strapped homebuyers search for 30-year mortgages in attempt to minimise ... - This is Money

This is MoneyCash-strapped homebuyers search for 30-year mortgages in attempt to minimise ...This is MoneyMore than one-fifth of buyers looked for a long-term loan between April and June this year, according to brokers, the Mortgage Advice Bureau – up from just 8 per cent in the same period last year. A British mortgage term is typically 25 years. But ...Soaring house prices push buyers to stretch out repaymentsTelegraph.co.ukall 7 news articles »
(17-08-2015)

Brits only willing to pay £253 for pension advice - FT Adviser

Brits only willing to pay £253 for pension adviceFT AdviserWebsite Money.co.uk commissioned One Poll to survey 669 over-55 year olds with a pension and found that just one fifth would be willing to pay for it, dropping to just 13 per cent of men. Almost 60 per cent said that they do not feel they need it ...and more »
(17-08-2015)

The current strength of the pound means we are getting more for our money abroad - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukThe current strength of the pound means we are getting more for our money abroadTelegraph.co.ukThis is because the UK is showing signs of a strengthening economy: unemployment is down and British consumers are feeling more upbeat than their counterparts abroad. Meanwhile, economic recovery is ... Other examples include sending money to relatives ...
(17-08-2015)
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