PUBLISHED: 18:30 04 May 2018 | UPDATED: 19:34 04 May 2018 Martin Lewis, founder of moneysavingexpert.com Archant Stuck for something to do this bank holiday weekend? Then reclaim hundreds of pounds you may be owed, says MoneySavingExpert’s Martin Lewis. Claiming back some of the cash you are owed could be get your bank holiday weekend off to a great start, writes Martin Lewis. Picture: Getty Images/iStockphoto. Refund, refund, refund, refund, refund. No, I’m not stuck on repeat. I’m trying to hammer home that people are owed hundreds of millions of pounds that they’re just not claiming – most of which can be done with just a quick click or phone call. Here’s what you need to do. • Over a million people are owed a refund on power of attorney registration fees A lasting power of attorney is a legal document which allows you, while you still have the mental capacity to do so, to nominate a trusted friend or relative to look after your … [Read more...] about Martin Lewis of MoneySavingExpert: You are probably owed money
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By Jack Nicas, New York Times Published 5:02 pm, Thursday, April 26, 2018 Photo: JENN ACKERMAN /NYT Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Gary Bernhardt, who was the victim of a fake Mark Zuckerberg scam on Facebook, in Minneapolis, April 23, 2018. An examination by The New York Times found 205 accounts impersonating Facebook executives Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg. At least 51 of the impostor accounts, including 43 on Instagram, were lottery scams like the one that fooled Bernhardt. less Gary Bernhardt, who was the victim of a fake Mark Zuckerberg scam on Facebook, in Minneapolis, April 23, 2018. An examination by The New York Times found 205 accounts impersonating Facebook executives Mark ... more Photo: JENN ACKERMAN /NYT How fake Mark Zuckerbergs scam Facebook users out of their cash 1 / 1 Back to Gallery … [Read more...] about How fake Mark Zuckerbergs scam Facebook users out of their cash
PRINCE William and Kate introduced the new Prince of Cambridge to the world - as Wills joked having three kids was “Thrice worry now!” The 8lb 7oz Prince arrived with the perfect patriotic credentials — born on St George’s Day and Shakespeare’s birthday. He greeted the world cradled in the arms of his mum, proudly wearing the red and white of England’s patron saint. The royal baby shares his birthday with the bard. After briefly stepping back inside the Lindo Wing to fetch a carrier for their adorable tot, Wills and Kate reappeared to a waiting royal car. As Prince William carefully placed his son inside and helped Kate into the motor he gestured to the cameras with three fingers up. He joked: "We are very happy, very delighted — thrice the worry now! We didn't keep you waiting too long this time." Follow our LIVE BLOG for all the updates on the arrival of Kate and Wills' third tot He also revealed big brother George, four, and sister … [Read more...] about Prince William jokes that royal tot No3 won’t be easy as Kate Middleton shows off baby boy outside Lindo Wing — and he says ‘you’ll have to wait for his name’
The biggest financial milestone of my life occurred about 2 weeks after my father died unexpectedly of a heart attack. My mother and I were in the lawyer's office reviewing all the documents of death when the attorney pushed back his leather chair and told us that my father was almost a quarter million dollars in debt. We were shocked. Secretly, he had been borrowing from 15 credit cards and investing the money—poorly—in the stock market.We all have financial passages in our lives, and the degree to which we sail through them, or hit the rocks, determines not only how we feel about our lives but also how we're remembered after the final audit. The real tragedy of my dad wasn't that he left us in debt but that he secretly worried about it. I often wonder: Did his financial worries contribute to his death at the young age of 61?What follows are the key financial milestones of a man's life, as well as expert advice on how to handle them. But other events may influence you as … [Read more...] about The 12 Financial Milestones of a Man’s Life
The ad in the college newspaper was striking: It featured a photograph of a newborn's pudgy feet, and dangling above those tiny toes was the promise of thousands of dollars in compensation for donating one's eggs. The bold print assured the chance to give "the gift of life." Wow, I can do this, thought Abigail, who saw the ad in 2006, when she was a 21-year-old junior at Northern Illinois University. At the time she was working at a tuxedo-rental shop to earn money toward her college tuition and paying the rest with school loans and financial aid. She surfed the Internet for information on the physical and mental-health risks of egg donation, talked with her family, and decided that helping couples in this way "was a good match for me." Over the next four years, Abigail donated her eggs five times. Recently, she was matched with a couple for her sixth donation. By the time she's finished with that round, she will have earned some $50,000. "I liked that the ad was not just about the … [Read more...] about Your Eggs: Buy Sell Freeze?