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Brits go online to assess personal finances - Thu, 15 Nov, 2007
Millions of Britons now prefer to surf the internet in search of personal finance information rather than consult an expert advisor, according to rece... [more]

Mortgage lending falls - Wed, 14 Nov, 2007
The gross amounts of money borrowed as mortgage loans in the UK fell over the course of September, according to the latest figures.... [more]

Millions of Brits use credit cards every day - Tue, 13 Nov, 2007
A total of around three million Britons now use their credit cards every day of the week, according to a recent study from Abbey.... [more]

Employers 'should help' workers with finance woes - Tue, 13 Nov, 2007
Employers across Britain should be aiming to help their staff if they betray signs of dealing with serious personal finance issues, it has been sugges... [more]

Report points to apathy over savings - Mon, 12 Nov, 2007
Millions of British savers are apathetic about the levels of interest they receive on their investments, according to a recent study.... [more]

Building societies 'offer better financial deals' - Mon, 12 Nov, 2007
Building societies in the UK tend to offer their customers more competitive deals than banks when it comes to savings accounts and mortgages, it has b... [more]

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Cost of borrowing maintained - Fri, 9 Nov, 2007
The Bank of England has opted to maintain the cost of borrowing in the UK at 5.75 per cent, it has been revealed.... [more]

NAEA slams changes to home buying process - Fri, 9 Nov, 2007
The National Association of Estate Agents (NAEA) has criticised the changes to the home buying process introduced by the government in recent months.... [more]

Buy to let 'becoming unaffordable' - Thu, 8 Nov, 2007
Buy to let property investments are becoming increasingly less affordable for much of the British population, it has been suggested.... [more]

Christmas set to bring 'personal finance pressures' - Wed, 7 Nov, 2007
Millions of people across the UK believe that the upcoming festive period is likely to put serious pressure on their personal finances, it has been re... [more]

Young Brits look for savings assurance - Wed, 7 Nov, 2007
An increasing number of young consumers form across the UK are seeking the financial assurance of having a savings pot in place, according to recent r... [more]

Money problems causing family fall outs - Tue, 6 Nov, 2007
Money-related problems are causing family fall outs in households around the UK, according to a recent study by Skipton Building Society.... [more]

Borrowing 'will become more difficult' - Tue, 6 Nov, 2007
Chancellor Alistair Darling has suggested that borrowing money is to become more difficult for British credit consumers.... [more]

CTFs 'encourage parental saving' - Mon, 5 Nov, 2007
Engaging with the government led child trust fund (CTF) saving scheme has encouraged many British parents to become more proactive about ensuring the ... [more]

Christmas could be costly, says credit card firm - Mon, 5 Nov, 2007
Halifax Credit Cards has claimed that thousands of UK consumers will have more debt to deal with next year because they are using an uncompetitive pla... [more]

Young Britons 'face personal finance struggle' - Fri, 2 Nov, 2007
A majority of young British consumers are not convinced that they have the personal finance skills that will help them avoid money worries in future, ... [more]

Britain's savings could hit £1 trillion - Fri, 2 Nov, 2007
Britain's cash savings total could be worth more than £1 trillion before the end of 2012 if current trends continue, according figures from Alliance ... [more]

Mortgage market activity 'clearly slowing' - Thu, 1 Nov, 2007
The level of mortgage market activity across the UK is clearly slowing, according to a recent report from the Nationwide Building Society.... [more]

Lords back credit card protection rules - Thu, 1 Nov, 2007
The House of Lords has ruled that credit card users should expect the same level of protection when spending on plastic overseas as is the case in the... [more]

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