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  1. Hello, I got a pension savings pack from my father now passed away for a large sum. The policy seems legit with a policy number, its a defined contribution policy and it has payable before death of pension age. I thought the lawyer dealt with all his affairs turns out he didn't. So, what does the law say on pension savings for someone who has deceased do the next next of kin, children inherit it just like property rules of intestacy? Thanks.
  2. https://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?296513-296513&p=3317951#post3317951 I am just considering this and contemplating taking court action against unregulated property manger who took a secret commission
  3. Millions of Britons are struggling with money because the economic downturn has encouraged a "live for now" culture, according to a major report into the health of the nation's finances. Around 26 million Britons are struggling with money because the economic downturn has encouraged a "live for now" culture, according to a major report into the health of the nation's finances. More than half of UK adults said they were struggling with their finances, Government-backed body the Money Advice Service (MAS) found. This is a sharp increase from 35pc of people who were having difficulty keeping up with bills the last time similar research was carried out in 2006. Income per hour has dropped by 6pc in real terms since the previous research was carried out, making it harder for people to make ends meet. A "live for now" culture and poor financial skills were also found to be likely causes. More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/personalfinance/savings/10218243/26-million-people-struggling-financially.html
  4. My daughter has had her WTC stopped suddenly without warning as they say that they believe her husband is still supporting her. He is a soldier and has been living at camp since they separated over two years ago. He even has a new girlfriend. My daughter is still in the army house because the council will not rehouse her. They said she has been overpaid because of this and she has sent a letter from the army to prove where he is living but they say that he is still "financially linked " with her on her credit report! I think that he hasn't changed his address on his car insurance as he still visits to see the children but can they do this? They've left her without money!
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