Pound US Dollar exchange rate: GBP/USD rebounds from two-and-a-half month low | City & Business | Finance

Investors continued to focus on a UK-EU trade deal, with markets pricing in a higher chance of the UK failing to reach an agreement with the European Union. As there was no news to drive Sterling this morning, the British currency took its cue from broader market trends. Commenting on this, MUFG currency analyst, Lee Hardman stated: “In the More...

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Help to Buy ISA: Why you may need to pay up to £50 fee when claiming government bonus | Personal Finance | Finance

“Your solicitor or conveyancer cannot charge more than £50 + VAT to process your bonus application,” the guidance explains. The Money Advice Service also explains this additional charge. The website says: More...

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Online dating scam warning: Man looking for love loses £5,000 | Personal Finance | Finance

Online dating has become a way in which many people search for – and in some cases even find – love. Sadly, however, not everyone is on the quest for striking up a romance. Rather, some scammers More...

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State pension age: 1.3 million could get £58 per week – eligibility rules explained | Personal Finance | Finance

A partner counts as a civil partner, husband or wife who they live with, or someone else they live with as though they were married. Pension Credit changes came into effect back in May last year, affecting some More...

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McDonald's money saving hack: How you could get a Big Mac and fries for just £1.99

MCDONALD’S fans will no doubt be excited to hear that they could get some items on the menu for much less, by taking advantage of an offer which the fast food giant is offering customers. Source link  More...

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Martin Lewis urges borrowers to act now: How to reclaim mis-sold payday loans money | Personal Finance | Finance

Should a borrower have been mis-sold the payday loan, then they will be due back all of the interest, fees, charges, and eight percent statutory interest on top since they took it out. Mr Lewis said payments More...

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Child Benefit also offers £250 a year of state pension – how to ensure you don’t miss out | Personal Finance | Finance

Kay Ingram, Chartered Financial Planner and Director of Public Policy at LEBC Group, explained what waiving Child Benefit could mean for a low earning parent’s state pension. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, More...

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META: Universal Credit: claiming rent payments for private landlords is possible | Personal Finance | Finance

The housing element of Universal Credit is designed to cover some or all of the rental payments for claimants. How much is given will depend on certain factors like where the house is, the size of it and whether More...

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Inheritance tax: What is the threshold allowance and how can you reduce your bill? | Personal Finance | Finance

Often referred to begrudgingly as the “death tax”, Inheritance tax (IHT) can be a large and often unexpected bill. There is no IHT to pay for estates valued under £325,000, which is known as the nil rate More...

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Retirement and me: State pensioner on topping up pension income by £230 per month | Personal Finance | Finance

“There was no stress around healthcare because the NHS was very good. I think it’s mostly education – that you could just get yourself to college, or university, have it all completely funded. My son’s More...

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