State Pension age WASPI: Green Party pledge they would pay WASPI women within 3 months | Personal Finance | Finance

Reacting to the pledge, WASPI said: “WASPI welcome the Liberal Democrats commitment to compensate 1950s born women, especially its pledge to respect the Parliamentary Ombudsman’s recommendations. “Maladministration has been the crux of WASPI’s campaign and we have pursued action through the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman (PHSO) More...

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Universal Credit: What is the benefit cap? Will your payments be affected? | Personal Finance | Finance

Universal Credit is paid monthly, although it can take up to five weeks for the initial payment to be made due to a one-month assessment period and up to seven days for the payment to reach one’s account. More...

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Cold weather payment: How to claim cold weather payments – How cold does it need to get? | Personal Finance | Finance

How to claim cold weather payments You do not need to apply for cold weather payments. If you are eligible, you will be paid this payment automatically. If you have a baby or a child under the age of five that More...

By admin On Wednesday, November 20th, 2019
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State pension fury: 1950s woman claims age change has ‘screwed people out of thousands’ | Personal Finance | Finance

Caller Karen from Lowestoft revealed her father has leukemia but she can’t afford to take time off work and care for him. The 63-year-old, three years away from retiring, said people her age have been “screwed”. More...

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Inheritance Tax: Number of people repaid due to falling house prices doubles in two years | Personal Finance | Finance

There’s normally no Inheritance Tax to pay if the value of a person’s estate is below the £325,000 threshold, or if they leave everything above the £325,000 threshold to a spouse, civil partner, a charity, More...

By admin On Wednesday, November 20th, 2019
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Planning for retirement: Boosting pensions to state pension income – five questions to ask | Personal Finance | Finance

This week marks Talk Money Talk Pensions Week, an initiative by the Money and Pensions Service which aims to get more people talking about money and pensions. And, as the week gets well underway, Standard Life More...

By admin On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
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Bitcoin value slips into danger zone | City & Business | Finance

On the back of an already poor week for BTC where it suffered a 6 percent fall across seven days, there had been hope among traders for a bounceback away from the $8,600 to $8,400 that threatened to drag it More...

By admin On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
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Universal Credit Christmas bonus given to claimants in December – how to get the money | Personal Finance | Finance

Universal Credit claimants are set for a small boost this Christmas, as some are eligible for a bonus in December. Here are the details to find out if you can claim. Who is eligible for the Christmas Bonus? Those More...

By admin On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
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Universal Credit: How Universal Credit affects couples – Should you open a joint account? | Personal Finance | Finance

Universal Credit is a means-tested benefit given to eligible claimants who are on a low income. The single benefit replaced six other benefits with a single monthly payment if you are out of work or on a low More...

By admin On Tuesday, November 19th, 2019
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Pound US dollar exchange rate rises, all Tory candidates back Boris Johnson’s Brexit Deal | City & Business | Finance

Jasper Lawler, the Head of Research at London Capital Group, said: “All 634 Conservative candidates in the coming… election have pledged to back Boris Johnson’s deal.” “In the narrow context of this More...

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