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January 2018

Glen Callow

23 Oct 2017

Soaring housing costs hit millennials

People aged 20-30 – the 'millennials '- are devoting 23 per cent of their income to housing costs, reports the BBC. This compares with a typical 17 per cent for their parents and with just 7 per cent for those now aged 70-80. The numbers come from the Resolution Foundation, which describes Britain's housing market as a catastrophe.
Glen Callow

20 Oct 2017

More caught by lifetime pension allowance

Many more people are being caught by the 'lifetime allowance' for pensions, says the Telegraph. It has been reduced in stages from £1.8 million to £1 million in recent years, and there is a tax charge of 55 per cent on any excess.
Glen Callow

19 Oct 2017

Student debt: who won't repay?

The amount of a student loan that someone repays can be predicted from the profession they enter, says the Telegraph. A graduate entering investment banking, and getting typical salary increases, will pay off their whole loan in under 15 years. But someone entering publishing or journalism, with a much lower starting salary, will repay only 43 per cent of their loan, because the outstanding balance will be written off after 30 years.
Glen Callow

18 Oct 2017

How to get your child benefit back

Thousands of families can get back some or all of the child benefits they have lost, says the Mail. Since 2013, those earning over £50,000 start to lose child benefit and those earning over £60,0000 lose all of it.
Glen Callow

17 Oct 2017

Inflation beats cash ISA savers

There is not single cash ISA account paying interest at more than the latest UK inflation rate of 2.9 per cent, says the Mail. The best accounts pay little over 1 per cent, which means savers are 1.9% per cent worse off in real terms at the end of a year. A year ago, when inflation was 0.6 per cent, it was easy to get a positive return from cash ISAs.

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