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Which way for mortgage rates in 2017? - Mortgage Strategy

Mortgage StrategyWhich way for mortgage rates in 2017?Mortgage Strategy“But in a year when Donald Trump has taken the reins in the US and Article 50 will be triggered in the UK, any crystal ball is potentially even more opaque.” Those “keenly priced” deals include some from lenders seeking to ... A spokeswoman says: “Swap ...50% of professionals predict further second charge rate dropsLoan Talkall 37 news articles »
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Pension planning in an uncertain world - Unbiased (blog)

Unbiased (blog)Pension planning in an uncertain worldUnbiased (blog)Because the pension world is like the UK weather – it changes. And lately we've seen a huge amount of economic ... But determining which one is best for you is one the hardest questions in personal finance. It's also one of the most important, since it ...
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Pensions, tax, insurance and money worries - Spectator.co.uk (blog)

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Pensions, tax, insurance and money worriesSpectator.co.uk (blog)A landmark legal decision announced today could improve the pension rights of unmarried couples working in the public sector. Denise Brewster, from Coleraine, was refused payments from her former partner's pension after he died suddenly in December ...Unmarried woman wins pension battleBBC NewsLegal win could alter the finances of millionsThe IndependentJudgment (PDF) - The Supreme CourtThe Supreme Courtall 73 news articles »
(08-02-2017)

This Is Us star Chrissy Metz opens up about her "challenging" childhood - Glamour.com

Glamour.comThis Is Us star Chrissy Metz opens up about her "challenging" childhoodGlamour.comI kept auditioning, with no savings and no money, credit card debt gaining interest. I went on unemployment. I bought ramen noodles at dollar stores. I never had to – God forbid – live on the streets; I moved in with a roommate who told me, “Stay with ...and more »
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Are legacy mortgages to blame for short-term rental market ... - Money Marketing

Money MarketingAre legacy mortgages to blame for short-term rental market ...Money MarketingLandlords say buy-to-let lenders' legacy books are behind an inflated number of short-term tenancies in the UK, despite the Council of Mortgage Lenders ...Home repossessions fall 25% to lowest level since 1982 as low interest rates help borrowersThis is Moneyall 12 news articles »
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Are legacy mortgages to blame for short-term rental market? - Money Marketing

Money MarketingAre legacy mortgages to blame for short-term rental market?Money MarketingLandlords say buy-to-let lenders' legacy books are behind an inflated number of short-term tenancies in the UK, despite the Council of Mortgage Lenders protesting its members are now offering longer-term lets. Concerns are also being raised as to ...and more »
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Unmarried woman wins pension battle - BBC News

Spectator.co.uk (blog)Unmarried woman wins pension battleBBC NewsA woman whose long-term partner died has won a legal battle that is likely to improve the pension rights of unmarried couples in the public sector. Denise Brewster, who was denied payments from her late partner's occupational pension, argued that she ...Pensions, tax, insurance and money worriesSpectator.co.uk (blog)Legal win could alter the finances of millionsThe Independentall 40 news articles »
(08-02-2017)

Young and old plagued by dodgy cold calls about pensions | This is ... - This is Money

This is MoneyYoung and old plagued by dodgy cold calls about pensions | This is ...This is MoneyOne in four people have received suspicious cold calls or messages about their pensions, with younger adults almost as likely to be targeted as the elderly, new ...and more »
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Younger savers plagued by dodgy cold calls about pensions almost as often as elderly, while Government mulls ban - This is Money

This is MoneyYounger savers plagued by dodgy cold calls about pensions almost as often as elderly, while Government mulls banThis is MoneyBy Tanya Jefferies for Thisismoney.co.uk ... Phoenix also suggests that you contact your pension provider if you receive a suspicious approach, particularly if you have revealed any personal data and are concerned about how it will be used. ... Warning ...and more »
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Five things you might not know about children's pensions - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownFive things you might not know about children's pensionsHargreaves LansdownNo news or research item is a personal recommendation to deal. All investments can fall as well as rise ... If that's not enough, investments in a pension are free from UK income and capital gains taxes – meaning any growth or income (in the form of ...
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Need an interest-only mortgage past the age of 65? | This is Money - This is Money

This is MoneyNeed an interest-only mortgage past the age of 65? | This is MoneyThis is MoneySantander has raised the maximum age for interest-only mortgage borrowers from 65 to 70, which means there are now two lenders catering for older borrowers ...and more »
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Santander raises its maximum age for interest-only mortgage borrowers to 70 - This is Money

This is MoneySantander raises its maximum age for interest-only mortgage borrowers to 70This is MoneyMiguel Sard, managing director of mortgages at Santander UK, said: 'We know that the lending landscape is changing, people are living longer and want access to borrowing into later life. 'By extending the age limit on our interest-only mortgages, we ...and more »
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Discussions for British Steel Pension Scheme 'making progress' - Scunthorpe Telegraph

Discussions for British Steel Pension Scheme 'making progress'Scunthorpe TelegraphThe crunch talks centre on proposals to break away the scheme from Tata Steel UK, the former owners of the Scunthorpe works,by setting up a regulated apportionment arrangement (RAA). Stake-holders have been told in a letter from the Glasgow-based ...and more »
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The banks that charge more for an overdraft than a payday loan - an astonishing 650% more - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukThe banks that charge more for an overdraft than a payday loan - an astonishing 650% moreMirror.co.uk£1 a day is expensive, compared with the above costs. “If you are constantly overdrawn it may be worth considering a credit card with 0% money transfer from the likes of MBNA or Virgin Money - this could be a cheap way to get rid of that overdraft once ...and more »
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Financial advise for pensioners: Make your savings pot go further - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukFinancial advise for pensioners: Make your savings pot go furtherExpress.co.ukThis will benefit the over-55s looking to cash in their pension or buy an annuity. Record-high stock markets have driven up the value of UK company and personal pension pots, while a spike in annuity rates allows them to generate more income. Experts ...
(08-02-2017)
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