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  1. Defence Secretary announces massive £2.5bn investment in UK nuclear submarines READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/defence-secretary-announces-massive-25bn-investment-in-uk-nuclear-submarines
  2. I have bought a Capital Investment Bond with the money I inherited from my mother. The financial advisor who set this up, informs me that the monthly sums I receive from my Capital Investments Bond are neither interest or dividends, but that the bond is simply returning my capital to me which I used to buy the bond in the first place, and is therefore not taxable. Thus, the sums I receive are simply not entered on my tax return, and should not be declared for the purposes of assessing my Working Tax Credits either. Is this right? I ask, because last year the advisor I spoke to at HMR
  3. Hello you kind people. I believe my long standing case fighting an energy company has, to some extent, contributed to my anticipated divorce. After 42 years of marriage, I am considering divorce. Indeed as you always advise, there are many financial factors to consider. Nevertheless, in the absence of money, I need to make some preparations at this stage before letting him know of my action. My husband has a private investment pension pot. It is set up in connection to his company and he shares the scheme with one other director partner. I am sorry to describe
  4. Hi, I have just found a website for the above company which looks interesting, does anyone know anything about this company please e.g. what is their reputation like and do you know anyone who has had any dealings with them? Thank you Maybe
  5. Good morning! In 1977 (yes, I said it was old!), my parents invested money that had been left to my sister and myself by our grandfather (his entire estate other than his house, bless him). They decided to put it into what my mother said were "agricultural bonds". Over the years, up to 1989, every now and then we were able to take out small amounts, and I remember one of these paying for a school trip, in particular. In 1989, I got engaged, and was very happy with the fact that I had Granddad's money to help me make a decent start to married life, namely on the property ladder. It was agr
  6. Hi, I hope someone can help, I went bankrupt in May 2010, included in this was £3000 to a Virgin (MBNA) credit card, I was discharged in May 2011, after looking at my credit report today I noticed I have a CCJ in March 2012, I contacted the courts and they told me it was from Varde Investments who bought the debt from MBNA. What I want to know is how to get this CCJ removed, I know I can apply to the courts to have it removed and pay £80 but then I guess Varde could just reapply the CCJ and I'd be back to square one, How do I get it removed? Any help would be much appreciated
  7. My Bank, (HSBC) has been negligent and mis-sold me an overdraft on the basis of funds coming from an investment which turned out to be a con trick the bank had said the investment was sound and actively encouraged me to run up a large overdraft knowing I only had a very small income- they were so desperate to get all of the funds from the investment deposited in their bank they advised me badly and when it was found to be a con trick, they placed a charge on my property to cover the overdraft and are now trying to repossess my home! I have complained to the FOS but they were biased in favo
  8. The Financial Conduct Authority has fined Sesame £6m for failing to ensure that investment advice given to its customers was suitable and failings in the systems and controls that governed the oversight of its appointed representatives. The penalty is made up of a £245,000 fine for Sesame’s advice failings in relation to Keydata life settlement products, and a £5,786,200 fine for systems and controls weaknesses across its investment advice business. The FCA’s director of enforcement and financial crime Tracey McDermott says the weaknesses in Sesame’s systems and controls show that there w
  9. The New York Attorney General has sued JP Morgan Chase for allegedly defrauding investors who lost more than $20bn (£12bn) on mortgage-backed securities sold by Bear Stearns http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19795646
  10. Freud announces further investment to secure future of credit unions Credit unions will receive up to £38m of investment to modernise and expand so they can support one million more people, Minister for Welfare Reform Lord Freud announced today. The £38m fund, which follows the £13m already invested last year, will help credit unions to buy in new IT systems and infrastructure needed to increase the numbers of people they help to save and borrow. Lord Freud said: “Credit unions provide an essential service for communities and we want to help them to extend the su
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