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  • Second Home Move | Nationwide Building Society
    Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 26 November 2015 Ready for your second step on the property ladder Main content of page below 26 November 2015 Top tips for handling your second move Buying a house can be stressful but house hunting while also trying to sell your old property makes the process even harder We ll talk you through some key points to consider and offer some tips that can make the process as stress free as possible There are three ways to approach a second move Buy and sell at the same time The most popular option is to buy and sell together but it may not be the best strategy for every situation It can be stressful to manage both a sale and a property search at the same time And your ability to find an ideal new home at the same time your old house sells may come down to luck Sell first If you re able to selling first may give you some significant advantages With money in the bank from your sale you ll know exactly what you can afford Also sellers generally prefer buyers who are free from the property chain as they would rather not wait in limbo while you try and sell your own house However selling first can also carry risks If you struggle to find something you like straight away you may end up stuck in rented accommodation for an extended period This can cause inconvenience such as

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  • Black Friday
    this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 26 November 2015 Are you ready for Black Friday Main content of page below 26 November 2015 Everything you need to know about Black Friday Whether you re looking for Christmas presents at bargain prices or a big ticket purchase like a new TV or washing machine Black Friday may well be the best time to hit the shops Falling on the day after Thanksgiving November 27 this year Black Friday has long been one of the biggest shopping days in the US calendar with big retailers offering significant discounts to get the festive shopping season off to a bang In recent years Black Friday has grown increasingly popular this side of the Atlantic too with global companies like Amazon and home grown retailers like John Lewis and M S getting in on the act Our recent research 1 revealed that the average shopper spends 176 on Black Friday while our current account figures highlight that one in three people were in stores or online on Black Friday last year This translates to more than 120 million spent on debit cards surpassing the amount spent on the Friday before Christmas 19th December often considered an annual peak in spending Black Friday proved so popular in 2014 that a number of big retailers websites including Argos and Tesco went down while fighting over heavily discounted products broke out in some high street stores and some shops even had to shut their doors due to excessive numbers of people trying to enter While many retailers will have learned lessons and put measures in place to cope with extreme numbers of shoppers this year if you want to be sure of bagging a Black Friday bargain it pays to be prepared Do your research Most of the big retailers including Amazon Tesco M S John Lewis and Argos take part in Black Friday but what s on offer will vary In the run up to Black Friday do your research you ll want to know what time various retailers are starting their sale some open their doors as early as 5am and what s likely to be discounted Most retailers give a sneak preview of some of their biggest reductions in the weeks running up to the sale meaning you can plan your shopping and hunt out the best bargains Tech items such as TVs and games consoles are always popular on Black Friday and techradar will be tweeting all the best deals on

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  • Holiday Home | Nationwide Building Society
    you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 25 November 2015 Where would your dream holiday home be Main content of page below 25 November 2015 Buying a holiday home Buying a second home is a dream for many but it s also a major financial commitment We ll walk you through some essential points to consider before you start your property search Choosing a location Some people may already have the perfect holiday home in mind But if you re still searching for a good fit start by considering how you want to use your holiday home If you re only looking for a place to spend weekends Cornwall may be more realistic than sunny Spain But even if you re planning to spend a large part of the year in your second home keep in mind that you ll need to consider travel costs In addition if you re planning to use your holiday home year round it might be a good idea to pay a visit to your chosen destination in all seasons At the very least talking to other holiday homeowners about life in the off seasons can help you avoid a costly mistake Setting your budget A holiday home can be a great source of enjoyment but there are a

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  • Financing Home Furniture
    Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 24 November 2015 Buying new furniture can be expensive business Main content of page below 24 November 2015 Financing home furniture Buying new furniture can be expensive we take a closer look at some of the most common ways to pay for it Has your sofa seen better days Or perhaps you need a new dining table to cater for your expanding family You may even have just bought your first home and need something to fill it with Whatever your reason for splashing out on some new furniture it can be an expensive business Sofas dining tables beds all tend to cost hundreds of pounds and if you ve got a few pieces to buy it soon adds up Of course you can always save up but if you haven t got anything to sit on eat at or sleep in the chances are you want your new furniture sooner rather than later If paying for your items outright isn t an option there are various ways you can spread the cost over time We take a closer look at some of the most common Finance schemes Most big furniture retailers will offer a finance scheme allowing you to spread the cost of any purchases over months or even years or giving you the option to pay nothing for a set amount of time Some retailers offer interest free credit for a set period which can help make big purchases more manageable However if you can t afford to keep up your scheduled payments you could be hit by charges and a high interest rate on the remaining amount Sometimes if you miss a payment interest is even backdated If the credit isn t interest free you need to check the interest rate carefully as it may be higher than a typical credit card and you may not have the option of paying

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  • Pickpocket Tips
    nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 23 November 2015 Don t be a victim of pickpockets Main content of page below 23 November 2015 Top Tips to avoid being pickpocketed How often do you get your phone wallet or cash out of your pocket without so much as a second thought While doing so may seem perfectly normal Britons and tourists are unaware they may be unwittingly advertising their valuables to pickpockets According to the Office for National Statistics there were 442 000 theft from the person offences in the year ending June 2015 in England and Wales alone and a study of pickpocketing victims by Nationwide Building Society reveals some interesting statistics Pickpockets appear to be exactly that with the most common place to steal from being pockets 34 followed by a bag that is being worn 26 then bags placed on the floor or table 18 London is by far the most common place for pickpockets offences with visitors from the South East and East Anglia the most likely to fall prey Following London Manchester comes second and Birmingham third while joint fourth is Glasgow Leeds From this poll just 19 reported that the culprits were caught Only a fifth 22 had all of their items covered by insurance To help you stay on your guard Nationwide has teamed up with Lee Thompson an entertainer that specialises in pickpocketing who also advises the police on keeping the public safe from street theft Avoiding pickpockets Play video Avoiding pickpockets Lee s Top Tips to avoid pickpockets Be vigilant if you suspect a pickpocket is following you stop what you are doing and go in a different direction Enter the nearest shop for a few minutes to collect yourself A pickpocket will lose interest if they suspect you are onto them Don t look like a tourist pickpockets love tourists because they often carry lumps of cash and are not paying attention So avoid looking like you are lost or don t know where you are going Travel light leave your fancy bling and valuables in your hotel room or at home Expensive gear such as your laptop and iPad are much safer in your room than with you in a bag on the streets Don t wear clothes that make you stand out top end clothes expensive jewellery or watches are just an advertisement for

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  • Credit Card Rest
    homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 11 November 2015 Tips for paying off your credit card Main content of page below 11 November 2015 Is it time for a credit card rest As the summer season has come to a close it seems that many of us may be left with a rather large credit card bill as well as the remains of our tan With many people paying for holidays with plastic and then using their card once abroad credit card bills have increased So if summer was the season for spending autumn is the perfect time to have a rest from using your credit card and take steps to reduce or even clear any outstanding balance before the Christmas shopping starts Budgeting tips to help pay off your balance Whatever the total balance on your credit card is it s important to try and pay it off as quickly as possible so that you re reducing the amount you have to pay in interest Use our budget calculator to work out how much money you have left each month after bills and essential spending Remember to include your credit card minimum payment as you have to pay that each month Once you know what you re left with you can work out what extra you can afford to pay off your credit card each month and how long it will take you to clear your balance at this rate It might be a good idea to set up a direct debt or standing order so you know the money will be paid each month There are also lots of ways you can save small sums throughout the month which you can then use to clear your credit card even quicker Take a packed lunch to work even spending 3 a day five times a week adds up to over 50 a month Take a packed lunch and put that cash towards your bill instead Cut out your weekly takeaway a night in may seem like the cheap option but Vouchercodes co uk puts the price of takeaway drinks and snacks at around 35 save yourself 10 by cooking a curry instead Save 50ps or 1s clear out your

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  • Long Term Savng For Children
    the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 06 November 2015 Want to help save for your child or grandchild s future Main content of page below 06 November 2015 Long term saving for children With university costs and the housing market rising it has never been more important to start thinking about children s financial futures as early as possible And it s not just parents who want to make sure their offspring are financially supported as they grow up Many grandparents also want to make a financial contribution to their grandchildren beyond slipping them the odd 10 and popping cash or a cheque in their birthday card Whether you are a parent or a grandparent there are plenty of options open to you when it comes to saving for children We take a closer look at some of the most popular Saving for your child Open a savings account Opening a savings account for your child is a great way to put some cash aside for their financial future and also get them into the habit of saving themselves The account can be in the child s name but would typically be administered by you How old the child has to be to take full control of the account will vary between products and providers so it s important to read all the small print Once the account is open you can pay in as much as you want whenever you want within the account limitations You may want to set up a standing order for a set sum each month or simply top it up around their birthdays or Christmas If you do want to open a savings account you ll need to consider which type An easy access account would mean money can be deposited and withdrawn as you wish However notice accounts where you have to give notice before making a withdrawal or fixed term accounts where the money is locked away for a set period typically offer better interest rates Interest earned on cash paid into a child s savings account is typically tax free if an R85 form is completed Open a JISA A Junior ISA JISA is a t ax free long term way to save for your child There are 2 types of JISA cash and Stocks and Shares No tax is paid on any interest earned or any capital growth or dividends received Only a parent or legal guardian can open a JISA however grandparents and other family members can make contributions to the account throughout the year It s also worth bearing in mind that no money can be withdrawn from a JISA until the child whose name it is in turns 18 at which point control of the account will transfer to them This means they have full control over how any money saved for them is spent Fixed Rate Bonds If you have a lump sum you d like to give your child rather than setting

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  • Men's banking habits | Nationwide Building Society
    nearest branch Support We re here to help whether you need assistance with one of your accounts or if you just have questions you d like answered View all support Support View all support Emergency help Emergency help Emergency help homepage Important Travel Information Lost or stolen card Unusual activity on my account View all Emergency help Product support Product support Product support homepage Current Accounts Savings ISAs Mortgages View all Product support Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us Ways to bank with us homepage Internet Banking Mobile Banking Telephone Banking View all Ways to bank with us Travel Travel Travel homepage Fees and charges Emergency numbers Travel insurance FAQs View all Travel Contact us Contact us Contact us homepage Send us a message Call us Make a complaint View all Contact us Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties Dealing with difficulties homepage Money worries Bereavement Power of Attorney View all Dealing with difficulties Security centre Security centre Security centre homepage Internet Banking security Mobile Banking security Fraud awareness View all Security centre Accessibility Accessibility Accessibility homepage Web accessibility Branch accessibility Setting up your browser View all Accessibility Can t find what you re looking for Ways to contact us Find your nearest branch Contact Us Branch Finder Register for Internet Banking Search Select this to show hide the search box Search Search this site Search Log in menu Select this to reveal panel with log in and registration links for Internet Banking Internet Banking Log in Log in or register for Internet Banking Help and demos Security Centre See more All services are operating normally MySave Online Savings Investor Portfolio Service IPS Legal and General MyAccount Personal Finance Portal Skip over secondary navigation to main content News The basics Looking after your money Buying owning property Planning for life events Dealing with the unexpected Home Guides News View all news articles 05 November 2015 How do men s financial habits add up Main content of page below 05 November 2015 How do men s financial habits add up Do you think men spend more than women or are they better savers Are they more likely to bank online or are they still heading in branch How much do they worry about money To mark International Men s Day on November 19 we take a closer look at men s financial habits Serious about saving It seems that men are more likely to be racking up their savings On average men have 7 732 in savings and investments spread across ISAs pensions savings accounts and investments compared with just 2 000 for women according to the Duncan Lawrie Private Bank s 2014 Gender Wealth Gap Index Insightful investors When it comes to investing the Gender Wealth Gap Index highlights that men are more likely to be DIY investors keeping an eye on the market and shopping around rather than delegating sole responsibility to a financial adviser It was also noted that men are more likely than

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