2020-02-15 08:00:02| Guardian Unlimited Business - more business news
Peter Williams insisted the money was not his before the bank realised its errorWhen the retired artist Peter Williams was contacted by National Savings & Investments, saying it had some money for him, he assumed it was a scam. He was sure he never had an account with the government savings bank and, after ringing them, thought that was the last he would hear of it.But, he says, NS&I persisted, contacting him again and again. Williams was so sure he was not due any money, he asked the bank to record the call and keep a transcript of his objections. His grandfather once bought him a single premium bond in 1956 but he knew he did not have a savings account. Continue reading...
2020-02-13 07:56:53| Mondaq.Com
For many of us, New Year's resolutions typically involve various forms of self-improvement, such as dieting or getting to the gym.
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2020-02-12 11:09:59| Mondaq.Com
The FCA has finalised changes to both MCOB and PERG in the hope that these will give firms comfort on what interactions will be seen as "advice" in the context of mortgage sales.
2020-02-11 11:00:01| Fast Company
As more workers flock to the gig economy, managers must find a way to keep up. My team at Indeni works with a lot of freelance employees. One day, a previously reliable freelancer just disappeared on us. He stopped communicating, popped in and out of assignments sporadically, and wasn’t giving us everything he had.Read Full Story