Lloyds TSB tops the list of the 1,000 most surfed financial websites in the UK says internet research provider Nielsen//NetRatings. Second in the list is Paypal and third is HSBC. The MarketPlace is the highest placed IFA in 60th place.
“Yes. In the Eighties and Nineties, getting a mortgage endowment was the done thing to do but now that the problems are clear, everyone has had plenty of time to complain.” Malcolm Morris, Premier Independent Investments UK“No. It is not a particularly open and transparent way to behave. It is not the right thing to […]
Type: Oeic Aim: Income and growth by investing in corporate bonds and cash Minimum investment: Lump sum £10,000, monthly £400, Isa lump sum £3,000, monthly £200 Investment split: 97% corporate bonds, 3% cash Isa link: Yes Pep transfers: Yes Charges: Initial 4%, annual 1% Commission: Initial 3%, 0.5% renewal, Isa/Pep transfers initial 0.5%, renewal 0.5% […]
Inheritance tax should be raised to 50 per cent for the wealthiest people, says the Institute for Public Policy Research. The thinktank believes the inheritance tax system needs to be made fairer. It is recommending that tax is cut for middle-class families, with extra revenues being raised from the wealthiest. It suggests these should be […]
Wider distribution channels have always been the holy grail for mortgage lenders but never so much as now. In a time where consolidation and changes in the regulation of brokers seems to be putting the squeeze on much of the industry, deals between lenders are keenly in the spotlight. Enter Kensington Mortgages, who last month […]
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