State pension age is rising: How to check state pension age | Personal Finance | Finance

The state pension age is currently rising, with it set to reach 66 for men and women in October 2020. This is ahead of further increases, with changes meaning it’s due to increase to 67, and then 68, based on current law. In the past, the state pension age was 60 for women and 65 for men. Under the Pensions Act 1995 and the Pensions Act 2011, More...

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Premium Bonds inheritance: NS&I explains what happens if a prize is won after you die | Personal Finance | Finance

Premium Bonds cost £1, however the minimum investment is £25. There is also an upper limit as to how many a person can hold, and this is £50,000 per person. Once they become eligible, Premium Bonds are entered More...

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Pound US Dollar exchange rate: GBP/USD rises as employment data eases BoE concerns | City & Business | Finance

British labour market statistics revealed that jobs growth was the strongest in almost a year in the quarter to November.  This provided the pound with a boost as it eased concerns about the extent of the slowdown More...

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Martin Lewis: Savings account options for inheritance and cash lump sum amounts | Personal Finance | Finance

Martin Lewis appeared on the Martin Lewis Money Show, offering savers of a whole host of different incomes some money saving tips. In the programme, which was dedicated to different savings accounts and options, More...

By admin On Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
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Teen charged with $50m cryptocurrency theft | City & Business | Finance

Samy Bensaci, 18, from Montreal, is facing four criminal charges in connection with a $50m phone hacking scam. Prosecutors say he is part of a gang that stole millions of dollars by breaking into the phones More...

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Universal Credit: Parts of UK to be ‘significantly worse off’ after roll out, report finds | Personal Finance | Finance

The impact of Universal Credit will be felt very differently in different places, according to new research by the Resolution Foundation which has been published today. The “Long and winding road” More...

By admin On Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
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1p saving challenge: How you could amass £600 in 2020 – starting from just one penny today | Personal Finance | Finance

The second half of January is well underway, and some people are likely to be faltering with their New Year’s Resolutions. However, for those who had hoped to get their finances back on track – and keep More...

By admin On Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
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Pound euro exchange rate: GBP/EUR rises as UK job creation is ‘running hot’ | City & Business | Finance

Pawel Adrjan, an economist at the British jobs website Indeed, commented: “Economic growth is currently as glacial as the winter weather, but the UK’s job creation engines are still running hot”. Meanwhile, More...

By admin On Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
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SKI-MOJO: British ski performance booster is braced for more sports success | City & Business | Finance

Martin Hannaford, current owner of the company who has been running it since it was set up, has set his sights on applications for new markets such as water sports, mountain biking and walking after hard-fought More...

By admin On Tuesday, January 21st, 2020
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Martin Lewis brilliantly dismantles ‘leftist fabrication’ of student debt crisis | Personal Finance | Finance

Martin Lewis‘ warning over the “misleading and dangerous” student loan statements sent to students was posted after the Labour MP lamented the increase of interest rates on student loans repayments More...

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