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2015/06/29 22:09
2015/06/29 22:09
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Greece is expected to default on a 1.6 billion euro loan from the IMF on Tuesday. The country’s left-wing Syriza is holding a referendum on the terms of the bailout deal on Sunday, which European...
2015/06/29 22:09
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2015/06/26 19:17
2015/06/26 19:17
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Veteran actress Sheila Hancock is at the centre of an age storm after her car insurance bill almost trebled from £873 to £2,246 in a year. The 82-year-old, who has been driving for 63 years, slammed...
2015/06/25 12:18
2015/06/25 12:18
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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FINEOS Corporation, a market leading provider of core processing systems for Life, Accident and Health insurance, has just concluded its conference in London entitled “A New...
2015/06/24 08:44
2015/06/24 08:44
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Mike Wood is one of three newly elected West Midlands MPs introducing a proposed law today. West Midlands Police was forced to apply for £5.3m of funding from the Home Office to cover compensation...
2015/06/20 02:10
2015/06/20 02:10
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The survey found that since April's radical changes which saw pensions become potential 'bank accounts' for retirees, only around a third of UK firms have reported an increase in inquiries from staff...
2015/06/19 23:37
2015/06/19 23:37
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Planning a holiday in Greece? Here's what you need to know - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have...
2015/06/19 19:51
2015/06/19 19:51
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Insurers' plan to make it easier to get your hands on pension savings MILLIONS of pension savers will find it easier to get their hands on their money if a new plan proposed by the pension industry...
2015/06/17 22:09
2015/06/17 22:09
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The Treasury will also investigate ways to ensure that savers can leave providers, including company schemes, which refuse to offer bank account-style access or levy high fees on withdrawals. It is...
2015/06/16 16:51
2015/06/16 16:51
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Savers pull £1billion from pensions in just two months since reforms SAVERS have pulled £1billion out of pension pots since reforms granted more flexible access in April, George Osborne said...
2015/06/16 15:41
2015/06/16 15:41
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Insurers today called for disease claims such as for noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL) to be subject to fixed fees amidst warnings that injured people are being failed by the current system. The...
2015/06/16 08:30
2015/06/16 08:30
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IT’S a simple question that could save you hundreds of dollars every year, but most of us are too lazy to ask. If you own general insurance, such as for your home, contents or car, chances are you...
2015/06/13 22:47
2015/06/13 22:47
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From luxury cruises to facelifts and false teeth, Britons are cashing in ­pension pots in a spending spree worth BILLIONS. Industry experts say the average size of the nest eggs plundered has ranged...
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2015/06/12 23:09
2015/06/12 23:09
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In further significant developments, The Telegraph can disclose: • Three million people with company pensions are blocked from using their funds like bank accounts and around two million cannot cash...
2015/06/11 06:51
2015/06/11 06:51
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British families dice with death by dodging insurance, experts say TOO many Britons are taking a life-or-death gamble with their family’s finances by failing to take out enough life insurance. Many...
2015/06/10 10:27
2015/06/10 10:27
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Pension firms denying savers full access to the new retirement freedoms should make it easy for customers to move elsewhere without them needing to jump through "bureaucratic hoops", experts have...
2015/06/05 22:09
2015/06/05 22:09
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Even where companies do offer the freedoms made possible by law changes in April, customers can face large fees to access their pots. Some firms charge up to £240 per withdrawal while at others access...
2015/06/04 20:19
2015/06/04 20:19
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Photo by AP British Prime Minister David Cameron will personally chair a Cabinet committee in charge of the referendum on Britain's European Union membership. (Reuters) — Insurers are getting nervous...
2015/06/04 09:51
2015/06/04 09:51
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Most women tell 30 fibs a day...or do they? MORE than a third of Britons admit to telling lies every day, according to a survey. Women especially describe themselves as liars since 80 per cent admit...
2015/06/02 23:50
2015/06/02 23:50
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The Canary Wharf financial district is seen in east London November 12, 2014. LONDON London's financial district will grow its economic output by more than a third and employ 10 percent more people...
2015/06/02 15:19
2015/06/02 15:19
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Pool Reinsurance Co. Ltd., the U.K.-government-guaranteed terrorism insurance backstop, has appointed Hiscox Ltd. CEO Bronek Masojada as nonexecutive director. Mr. Masojada, who was deputy chairman...
2015/06/29 22:09
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