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ISAs: A simple and mercifully brief guide to individual savings accounts

 

If you want to use this year's ISA then you need to act now. Here's how

HAMISH MCRAE: Time to nurture OUR talent and support entrepreneurs

 

Elizabeth Warren, who is seeking the Democratic nomination for US President, wants to break high-tech titans up. But how do you stop them buying out the competition?

Wall of FTSE 100 companies set to reward shareholders with dividend payments

 

A wall of companies is preparing to reward shareholders for their support with attractive dividend payments in the next couple of months.

MIDAS SHARE TIPS: Psst! Cash in on Law Debenture, the firm that helps whistleblowers 

 

The Law Debenture Trust was established to ensure that bonds were administered properly and that, if companies fell into problems, investors were treated fairly. It still performs that task today.

Probate fees hike: Here's how you can escape it - if you're quick

 

Tens of thousands of grieving families are locked in a race against time to avoid a huge hike in an official fee for settling their loved one’s estate – to as much as £6,000.

Plague of scam texts is spreading as victims' complaints jump by 44% in just six months

 

Spurious companies are charging customers up to £4.50 per text message – via their mobile phone bills – for useless and unsolicited subscriptions to services such as quizzes or competitions.

JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Make pensions fairer... axe the lifetime allowance 

 

There is a pensions ‘time bomb’ ticking away in the background which at some stage the Government must address.

GRESHAM HOUSE UK MICRO CAP: We'll invest... if directors have skin in the game 

 

It might fish in a dangerous sea full of company minnows, but Gresham House UK Micro Cap has an enviable performance record that rival investment funds would probably die for.

The king of investing's fund has shrunk £5.7bn in two years, so it is time to dump Neil Woodford?

 

Over a career spanning decades, Woodford has made serious money for thousands of long-term investors who have gone on to enjoy enriched retirements as a result of his prowess.

You can profit while making your grandkids proud: Ethical Isas and how to find the right one

 

Ethical Isas are plans where money is allocated to shares, funds, bonds or even cash deposits that go towards companies or projects that make a positive impact on society.

Travelling over Easter? Book your airport parking now - and bring the bill back down to earth 

 

If you plan ahead it is possible to save 60 per cent on the cost of the parking space, according to the parking comparison website Airport Parking Shop.

TONY HETHERINGTON: Persimmon plot that gives greed a bad name 

 

We purchased a new property off-plan from Persimmon. But when our solicitor heard from the Land Registry he found the plot size had been reduced by about 30 per cent from the original plan.

The new tax free pension pot - income from an Isa

 

Pensions are not the only fruit when it comes to retirement saving. Isas also play an increasingly important role in helping us reach income goals when we give up work.

How a continuous payment trap made my food freebie taste a bit sour

 

A gift that was meant to cover the price of a ‘freebie’ ended up costing me £42 this month thanks to a ‘continuous payment’ trap, writes Laura Shannon.

Would YOU pay £1,416 more for a phone you can fold? How to get a high-tech smartphone for just £99

 

The Samsung Galaxy Fold comes out in April and although a technological marvel with a folding screen, the phone will carry a hefty £1,515 price tag. Yet for £99 you could buy the sleek Nokia 2.1.

Legendary advertising mogul Sir John Hegarty launches stinging attack on Facebook and Google 

 

Sir John Hegarty, one of Britain's original 'Mad Men' who co-founded agency Bartle Bogle Hegarty in the 1980s, has a new message for the world: the time has come to break up the internet giants

Victory for hunger striker as MPs rap banks hounding indebted small businesses 

 

MPs have asked the City watchdog to stop banks hounding indebted business customers after we revealed that an entrepreneur was going on hunger strike over the scandal.

Small business tsar intervenes over late-paying Ryvita 

 

Paul Uppal, the Small Business Commissioner, has rebuked Jordans & Ryvita for being slow to pay Magellan Design.

STOCK WATCH: No dealing of top UK stocks in London under No Deal 

 

EU banks and asset managers would have to trade shares of UK-based firms on Continental exchanges rather than in London if Britain leaves the EU without a deal.

BT's new boss Philip Jansen lands £43m windfall after Worldpay merger 

 

The new boss of BT, Philip Jansen, has become one of Britain's richest executives after a massive windfall.

M&S's £12bn goal to overtake Waitrose: Stores chain could DOUBLE food business in race with rival

 

The surge would capitalise on the firm's new home delivery deal with Ocado and its plan to offer a full range of food in more stores to attract additional family shoppers.

Gender pay shock at L&G investment arm as gap increased last year

 

Insurer Legal & General’s investment arm, which employs diversity campaigner Helena Morrissey, has revealed that its gender pay gap increased last year.

Pineapple boss: We will not be crushed by Brexit 

 

Debbie Moore is defying the retail gloom with a lucrative new deal to supply Next and by also opening a ‘bigger and better’ Pineapple store.

Micro Focus bonus backlash deepens as two other shareholder advisory groups attack the firm

 

Software giant Micro Focus faces a mounting backlash over a move to give bosses more time to win £268million of bonuses.

Dixons Carphone is off the hook in row with mobile networks as it signs landmark agreement

 

Phones retailer Dixons Carphone has sealed a landmark agreement with mobile network operators over contracts it had described as ‘unsustainable’.

Corporate raider Melrose quietly drops its executive pay adviser Deloitte 

 

Corporate raider Melrose has quietly dropped its executive pay adviser Deloitte in a move that may quell shareholder concerns about its primary role as auditor of the firm.

Provident dismisses NSF's £1.3bn bid as 'risky and flawed' in 47-page report

 

Provident yesterday published a 47-page report urging shareholders to reject a £1.3billion all-share offer from Non-Standard Finance (NSF).

Software tycoon Mike Lynch blasts new US cover-up claims on eve of titanic court battle

 

The new criminal charges brought by the US government stunned Lynch and his team of lawyers on the eve of a blockbuster High Court battle in London.

Debenhams plans to scrap leases in ploy to leave Ashley steaming in Miami

 

Debenhams will scrap leases that have weighed it down for more than a decade as part of plans likely to be unveiled within weeks.

Upmarket cafe chain Le Pain Quotidien finally set to stop pocketing cash for staff 

 

Currently, all bills have a 12.5 per cent service charge added as standard – but 40p in every £1 of this is kept by the company. That rate was cut from 60p in the £1 last November.

False insurance claims rise by 27% across the country in past year

 

Household and motor insurance fraud had the biggest number of false claims, with a 52 per cent and a 45 per cent rise, respectively, new figures from Cifas have shown.

Cash Cars: The Jaguar XJR gets you supercar speed and luxury for £6k

 

Jaguar’s supercharged luxe-express might not be the unreliable money-pit you think it is, reckons Tony Middlehurst, and a smasher could be yours from about £6,000.

Executive at Deutsche Bank being paid extra £214,000 a month for overseeing lender's Brexit plans

 

Garth Ritchie, head of investment banking at the German firm, was paid a total of £7.4m in 2018 – up from £2.8m for the previous year.

Sainsbury's and Asda agree to sell off as many as 150 supermarkets in bid to get merger approved

 

In its latest submission to the Competition and Markets Authority, Sainsbury's lashed out at the regulator saying its proposals for a drastic wave of closures are impossible to implement.

Historic and modern Bentleys driving across Britain to celebrate car firm's 100th anniversary

 

More than 70 of them are participating in at least part of the fortnight-long Centenary Extraordinary Drive organised by the Banbury-based Bentley Drivers' Club.

What do US expats need to know before the UK tax year ends?

 

Another US tax year may have come to a close, but for Americans living in the UK this means it is time to put things in order for 5 April.

Best 0% balance transfer deal falls to shortest length for 5 years

 

The longest 0% balance transfer deal has been slashed below 30 months for the first time in more than five years, prompting further concerns that owners of such cards could end up in trouble.

Is it time to move your portfolios out of the markets and store your savings in cash?

 

Given the events of 2018 many investors have begun to wonder whether now is the time to solidify their gains, move their portfolios out of the markets, and store their savings in cash.

Pay us when we've fixed problems in our homes, promises developer Persimmon 

 

The bank is increasing its contributions to Winters’ retirement pot by £14,000 this year - but tweaking its pay calculations so it looks as though it represents a lower percentage of his salary than before.

Footsie tumbles more than 2% as the pound jumps following gloomy data from the eurozone

 

The UK blue-chip index shed 147.72 points to stand at 7,207.59 at the close following gloomy data from the bloc, especially from France and Germany, which in turn lifted the pound.

Jaguar Land Rover wins legal case against copycat Chinese car maker

 

The British firm said Beijing Chaoyang District Court had decreed that the Range Rover Evoque had five unique features copied in a model called the Landwind X7, built by the Jiangling Motor Corp.

 

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