The material on this website is for information only
and is not intended as any recommendation or endorsement of any products or companies mentioned. We are not licensed by the FSA to give financial advice, and none of the material on this website constitutes or is intended to constitute financial ...
News
Aegon Agrees to Buy BlackRock's U.K. Workplace Pension DivisionBloomberg... U.K. workplace-savings market and create a division with about 30 billion pounds of assets under management. New York-based BlackRock will grow its defined contribution investments business by supplying products to pension funds and other providers ...and more »
International Business Times UKBank of Mum and Dad among top 10 mortgage lenders as parents hand over £5bnInternational Business Times UKIt means money from parents will be involved in a quarter of all property transactions in the UK, the research claimed. The average financial contribution of parents is £17,500, but not all of these are loans as 57% are "gifts". Moreover, 18% are ...'Bank of mum and dad' lends £5bn a year in UK, says L&GBBC NewsThe Bank of Mum and Dad is huge, but not enough to solve housing crisisTelegraph.co.ukBank of Mum and Dad helps prop up A QUARTER of all home purchasesThis is MoneyThe Independent -Daily Mail -Metroall 44 news articles »
Telegraph.co.ukDon't bank on credit card security in the USATelegraph.co.ukAt first I was just surprised. I handed over my credit card to a store, there was no attempt to check the signature, nor was I asked to enter a pin code before the transaction was completed. Security was pretty basic. The only formality was to attempt ...
BBC NewsBank of Scotland teller jailed over £39000 embezzlementBBC NewsHe was caught after Mrs McKay's daughter spotted a problem with her account, prompting an investigation. Adams, who later resigned, admitted a charge of embezzlement. He has since signed over his pension to the bank to start repaying the money.and more »
Daily MailBlind grandmother-of-30 dishonestly swindled £40k in benefits in GrimsbyDaily MailShe admitted two counts of making false representations in relation to benefit claims after incorrectly receiving the pension credit for more than eight years, after claiming she had split from her husband and was living alone. Scroll down for video ...Almost blind Scunthorpe grannie-of-30 fraudulently claimed £40k in benefitsScunthorpe Telegraphall 2 news articles »
Have you met...
Latest Members:


Tania Bae


peuores


DeanWatriama


afnan36


girlagogo


aksawy


walaa

 
News > Latest News

... ()
click for full story
< previous page 1 ... 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 ... 367 next page >

Savers who retired before April 6 2016 will see state pensions rise more slowly - This is Money

This is MoneySavers who retired before April 6 2016 will see state pensions rise more slowlyThis is MoneyMoney Mail today exposes a secret state pension divide that could cost millions of older savers up to £10,000 each in their retirement years. We can reveal that savers who retired before April 6 will see ... The idea is to keep pensioner incomes ...
(26-04-2016)

Savers who retired before April 6 will see their pensions rise more slowly - This is Money

This is MoneySavers who retired before April 6 will see their pensions rise more slowlyThis is MoneyMoney Mail today exposes a secret state pension divide that could cost millions of older savers up to £10,000 each in their retirement years. We can reveal that savers who retired before April 6 will see ... The idea is to keep pensioner incomes ...
(26-04-2016)

5 ways to buy your first home a LOT faster - everything you need to know to step onto the property ladder - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.uk5 ways to buy your first home a LOT faster - everything you need to know to step onto the property ladderMirror.co.uk“From a mortgage point of view, things look better for first-time buyers than they have done in recent years,” reckons mortgage adviser David Hollingworth of L&C Mortgages. “Competition in the marketplace has brought rates right down and that has now ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Sir Philip Green – the man who turned the hard work of the British high street into glittering parties - The Independent

BBC NewsSir Philip Green – the man who turned the hard work of the British high street into glittering partiesThe Independent“Philip Green will be fondly recalled for many fine qualities – his personal charm, his generosity toward his wife Tina, his knack for throwing elegantly understated parties for himself and his family, to name a few. But the achievement for which he ...Pension scheme at heart of BHS woesBBC NewsBritish retailer BHS goes into administration, 11000 jobs could be losteuronewsall 633 news articles »
(26-04-2016)

BHS vouchers can only be used for 50pc of purchases following firm's collapse - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBHS vouchers can only be used for 50pc of purchases following firm's collapseTelegraph.co.ukBHS went into administration on Monday putting 11,000 jobs at risk and raising uncertainty over whether its 164 stores in the UK would remain open. Current rules mean ... For example, to redeem a £10 gift card a shopper would have to spend £20 in total ...What the BHS collapse means for consumersThis is MoneyBHS goes into administration: How it affects youMoneywise Magazineall 633 news articles »
(26-04-2016)

What does BHS administration mean for you? - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKWhat does BHS administration mean for you?AOL Money UKIf it turns out that your order hasn't already gone into the delivery process, you may have a chance of getting your money back. If you've bought something over £100 on a credit card, you can claim back from the credit card company under the Consumer ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Sir Philip Green: From 'King of the High Street' to 'Unacceptable Face of Capitalism' - BBC News

BBC NewsSir Philip Green: From 'King of the High Street' to 'Unacceptable Face of Capitalism'BBC NewsNow he is being branded the "Unacceptable Face of Capitalism" by a Conservative MP, as BHS, the retail chain he sold just a year ago for £1, goes into administration leaving a £571m hole in its pension fund. Richard Fuller MP, a member of parliament's ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Retirement: what are the alternatives to annuities? - Hargreaves Lansdown

Hargreaves LansdownRetirement: what are the alternatives to annuities?Hargreaves LansdownPension Wise provides free impartial guidance on your retirement options face-to-face, online or over the phone - more on Pension Wise ». This article and our guides are not personal advice. We offer a range of information to help you plan your own ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Lovestruck carer stole £7k from vulnerable man fund US trip to meet someone she met online - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukLovestruck carer stole £7k from vulnerable man fund US trip to meet someone she met onlineMirror.co.ukBut instead of helping manage his money, the 44-year-old encouraged him to take out a loan and then pocketed the money for herself. Grey, of Kingswinford, stole more than £7,000 between April 2014 and March 2015, running up a large bill on a credit ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Mortgage borrowing hits 8 year high thanks to surge in buy-to-let and second home buyers - This is Money

This is MoneyMortgage borrowing hits 8 year high thanks to surge in buy-to-let and second home buyersThis is MoneyA total of £17.1billion was borrowed for property purchases in March, a 64 per cent increase on a year earlier and the highest figure since April 2008, according to new figures from the British Bankers' Association. The average amount borrowed for a ...Mortgage borrowing surges as investors look to beat stamp duty hikeAOL Money UKBanks approve fewer mortgages as new tax weighsMoney MarketBBA: mortgage lending hits eight-year highFinancial Reporterall 22 news articles »
(26-04-2016)

Who is to blame for the junior doctors' strike – Jeremy Hunt, or the BMA? What readers said - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWho is to blame for the junior doctors' strike – Jeremy Hunt, or the BMA? What readers saidTelegraph.co.ukLike a rolling stone, it has gathered with it all manner of other considerations – about the pressure on A&E, the hospital funding crisis, the hours doctors work, and the way they feel they're being treated. 6:00PM .... My paper was obtained by Tony ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

James Kirkup: 'Junior doctors don't even know why they're striking.' Do you agree? Have your say - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukJames Kirkup: 'Junior doctors don't even know why they're striking.' Do you agree? Have your sayTelegraph.co.ukIt is not and has never been about money. For a sign of how little doctors can be motivated to get excited about pay look at what happened when changes were made to pensions. This was a much larger pay cut in real terms than anything that is currently ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Who is to blame for the junior doctors' strike – Jeremy Hunt, or the BMA? Have your say - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukWho is to blame for the junior doctors' strike – Jeremy Hunt, or the BMA? Have your sayTelegraph.co.ukLike a rolling stone, it has gathered with it all manner of other considerations – about the pressure on A&E, the hospital funding crisis, the hours doctors work, and the way they feel they're being treated. 6:00PM .... My paper was obtained by Tony ...and more »
(26-04-2016)

Mortgage borrowing surges as investors look to beat stamp duty hike - AOL Money UK

AOL Money UKMortgage borrowing surges as investors look to beat stamp duty hikeAOL Money UKGross mortgage borrowing of £17.1 billion was recorded in March, marking a 64% increase compared with a year earlier as well as being the highest figure since April 2008, according to figures from the British Bankers' Association (BBA). The number of ...Banks approve fewer mortgages as new tax weighsMoney MarketBBA: mortgage lending hits eight-year highFinancial Reporterall 22 news articles »
(26-04-2016)

Should Lloyds Banking Group plc fear upstarts Metro Bank plc & Virgin Money Holdings (UK) plc? - Motley Fool UK

Should Lloyds Banking Group plc fear upstarts Metro Bank plc & Virgin Money Holdings (UK) plc?Motley Fool UKChallenger bank Virgin Money (LSE: VM) seems to have no problem growing fast and analysts expect this to continue for some time. Controlling 3.4% of domestic mortgages and 2.5% of the credit card market gives Virgin lots of room for high organic growth.and more »
(26-04-2016)
Advertise with us  |  Privacy  |  Terms & Copyright                                                                                     Website maintained by USP Networks