Saturday, 24 June, 2017

Business & Finance

Further spending cuts and tax increases to be unveiled in effort to plug €60 billion hole in economy

Thousands are being abandoned and slaughtered as the crisis deepens

Financial adviser Richard Alexander looks at the risks of 'guaranteed' returns

In his monthly column, Keith Spitalnick looks at some of the ways expats can protect their pensions against fluctuations in the value of sterling and the euro

Antonio Flores looks at the various ways secretive property owners attempt to hide their real identity

A ‘genuine and sufficient link to the UK’ will now be enough for thousands of British pensioners to claim payment

Richard Alexander examines whether interest rates will fall any further and, if so, what that means for investors

A staggering 80% of companies in Andalucia are suffering

Rund Abdelfatah looks at the overzealous spending and ill-chosen investments of the boom years that have left Spain on the brink of collapse

Introducing a new monthly currency column, Keith Spitalnick looks at the inconsistencies in financial reporting and whether the Olympics are really worth their weight in gold…

Nearly 25 percent of financial transactions occur off the record

Analysis by James Bryce

Antonio addresses the growing uncertainty that customers face in their transactions with struggling banks

Finance guru Richard Alexander offers sound planning advice in times of banking turmoil

Brits could be subject to certain hidden taxes which must be declared by November 30

Government gives green light to law banning companies making cash payments of over €2,500

With a quarter of all business ‘in the black’ and many working while claiming dole, Wendy Williams takes a closer look at the real job situation in Spain and why the official employment figures may be hiding the truth

Dozens of victims claim to have been mis-sold by David Driver

Ratings agency Moody’s took the action against lenders including Santander

Figures announced just days after world leaders urge Rajoy to seek formal rescue package

Expat is fighting an embargo by German bank Sparkasse, which claims to be owed money by the previous owner

Cam Bank has been ordered to return down payments for unbuilt homes

Antonio Flores looks at what happened to the private investors caught up in the Lehman Brothers collapse and why some were more successful than others in pursuing their claims…

As the number of people in retirement outnumbers the working population, Richard Alexander considers where their pensions will come from…

Fears over full blown bailout increase as Moody's slashes the country's credit rating to just above 'junk' status

€100 billion bailout of Spain banks dismissed as a temporary solution


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