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How to be your own dragon for just a tenner

How to be your own dragon for just a tenner
Until recently you needed a sizeable fortune to invest in start-up companies, but crowdfunding sites allow investors to contribute as little as £10. The TV show Dragon’s Den is looking for a new dragon, after Theo Paphitis – a former chairman of Millwall Football Club, who now runs both Robert Dyas and Ryman – quit last ... Full story

Tax payment nightmare rolls on

Tax payment nightmare rolls on
The Telegraph disclosed how Colin Jones was one of up to a thousand people double-charged when paying tax bills last week. Now he's been double refunded. When Colin Jones went to pay his tax bill, he had no idea how much trouble it would cause him. Mr Jones, 59, an insurance broker from Leicestershire, had almost £20,000 ... Full story

Average Isa rate drops from 2.55pc to 1.74pc

Average Isa rate drops from 2.55pc to 1.74pc
The poor health of the Isa savings market, depressed by the government's efforts to fight the financial crisis, has been highlighed by fresh research. "Desperate" savers looking for better returns on their cash are facing more disappointment as this year's Isa season gets off to a slow start, a financial information website said today. The average rate ... Full story

How I force insurers to pay up

How I force insurers to pay up
Industry expert Peter Reeve has a way of making reluctant insurers honour claims. Ashvin Goyal faced every landlord's nightmare when a tenant used his property as a cannabis farm and left it uninhabitable. "The kitchen was ripped out, the bathroom was ripped out," said Mr Goyal. "They had drilled holes everywhere and there was water damage." He added: ... Full story

Michaela Strachan: ‘I made £10,000 in five days’

Michaela Strachan: 'I made £10,000 in five days'
Michaela Strachan, 46, the wildlife presenter and author, on 'embarrassing' tips and why she would hate to win the lottery. How did your childhood experience influence your attitude to money? My childhood experiences have completely shaped my attitude to money. I lived in a very secure middle-class family in Esher in Surrey. My dad worked as a manager ... Full story

Don’t get carried away by the FTSE’s bull run

Don't get carried away by the FTSE's bull run
The market has had a great start to the year, but resist the temptation to throw all your money at shares. Investors are being urged not to get carried away with the promising stock market returns seen so far this year. The FTSE 100 has enjoyed its best January since 1989 – and last week the ... Full story

£40,000 cost of credit cards

£40,000 cost of credit cards
Samantha Womack calculated how much interest she'd paid on credit cards. Have you worked out your bill? Do you know how much interest you've paid on your credit cards since you got your first bit of plastic? Most of us have probably never bothered to find out. After ... Full story

Standard Life cuts investment bonuses for 600,000 policyholders

Standard Life cuts investment bonuses for 600,000 policyholders
Despite strong investment returns, Standard Life reduces annual bonus payments on many with-profits policies. Standard Life is reducing the bonuses paid on 600,000 pension and endowment plans, despite seeing strong investment returns on its with-profits funds. This will be further disappointment for many with-profit policyholders who have seen the returns on these savings plans fall over the ... Full story

Don’t miss the self-assessment tax deadline

Don't miss the self-assessment tax deadline
HMRC has warned the 2.5 million taxpayers yet to complete their tax returns not to miss next week’s deadline, as one Telegraph reader revealed his four-year battle against the tax authorities – which has left him facing fines of more than £1,500. The deadline to complete your tax return is January 31, with individual taxpayers facing ... Full story

Workers ‘misled’ over National Insurance changes

Workers 'misled' over National Insurance changes
The Government has misled workers nearing retirement about how much National Insurance they need to pay, campaigners say. The Coalition announced last week that, as part of its plans to introduce a £144-a-week "single-tier" state pension, workers would need 35 years of National Insurance contributions (NICs) to qualify for the full pension, compared with 30 years ... Full story

Where should your money go this year?

Where should your money go this year?
Not sure where to invest? Knowing where the City's best fund managers put their own cash may help. Risk takers were rewarded last year – if you were brave enough to invest amid the volatility, it paid off. Nearly all types of fund delivered positive returns last year, with those backing medium-size companies and high-yielding corporate ... Full story

Wonga to get tougher on bad debtors

Wonga to get tougher on bad debtors
Payday lender Wonga tells MPs it may use debt collection agencies to chase errant borrowers Customers who have taken on expensive payday loans could soon find themselves harassed by debt collectors if they are unable to pay back these debts. Wonga, one of the biggest payday lenders, told MPs yesterday that it was considering using debt collection ... Full story

‘I won’t date you if you’ve got debts’

'I won't date you if you've got debts'
Single people value financial stability over looks and personality, according to a new survey. The research, conducted by MyVouchercodes.co.uk, found that "debt" and "poor financial planning" were among the top turn-offs for those choosing a potential partner, with debt featuring above unattractiveness and poor sense of humour. It would seem that single people ... Full story

Landlord’s list of 31 bizarre rules for tenants

Landlord's list of 31 bizarre rules for tenants
A prospective tenant who was looking for a flat posted a list of house rules online. A househunter who was looking for a room to rent was shocked when the landlord handed her a list of 31 house rules. The instructions included fines of £100 for using additional heaters in bedrooms and £15 if a tenant left ... Full story

Millions face tax rise in pensions shake-up

Millions face tax rise in pensions shake-up
More than six million workers face paying hundreds of pounds more tax each year under the Coalition’s plans for a new flat-rate state pension, government sources have admitted. The new pension could be worth as much as £155 a week when the scheme starts in 2017. It is expected to be announced early next week and ... Full story

Halifax customers eye compensation payments

Halifax customers eye compensation payments
Thousands of Halifax customers could be able to claim compensation after the bank forgot to tell them that it was raising the price of its most expensive account, an omission that broke regulatory rules. The company has written to a "low single-digit percentage" of the million customers who hold its Ultimate Reward account, apologising because it ... Full story

Halifax customers eye compensation payments

Halifax customers eye compensation payments
Thousands of Halifax customers could be able to claim compensation after the bank forgot to tell them that it was raising the price of its most expensive account, an omission that broke regulatory rules. The company has written to a "low single-digit percentage" of the million customers who hold its Ultimate Reward account, apologising because it ... Full story

Savvy supermarket shopper: Christmas food and wine bargains

Savvy supermarket shopper: Christmas food and wine bargains
Supermarkets want your custom over Christmas and are offering some steep price cuts. Here are some of the best bargains. Christmas is traditionally a time for "trading up" when it comes to our food purchases – with many people choosing to do their Christmas and New Year shopping at a store that they perceive as offering ... Full story

Workers ‘could get £62,000 lump sum’ in exchange for state pension benefits

Workers 'could get £62,000 lump sum' in exchange for state pension benefits
Better-off workers could receive lump sums of as much as £62,000 from the Government to buy out their entitlement to the top-up state pension, a senior actuary has said. Ministers have promised to honour any entitlement to the second state pension and Serps when a new flat-rate state pension is introduced. But this would mean administering ... Full story

Half of adults at risk of being declined a credit card

Half of adults at risk of being declined a credit card
Earning more than £50,000 and having a top-notch credit rating will no longer guarantee that you qualify for a credit card. More than 25 million people are being caught in a so-called credit gap as lenders exploit the rule that only half of applicants for a credit card or loan have to be offered the headline ... Full story
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