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Brits 'wasting millions' on their home and life cover - Tue, 15 May, 2007
Homeowners in the UK are wasting close to £40 million annually by opting to buy home and life insurance cover from their mortgage provider rather than... [more]

Warning issued over fixed-rate mortgage deals - Tue, 15 May, 2007
British consumers who secured a fixed-rate mortgage deal a number of years ago have been warned to take care when deciding on a new repayment plan as ... [more]

UK 'needs personal finance lessons' - Mon, 14 May, 2007
British consumers need personal finance education to help them manage their money more effectively, the ifs School of Finance has suggested.... [more]

Thousands of Brits 'ignoring their bills' - Mon, 14 May, 2007
There are thousands of Brits who ignore their credit card and utility bills and millions who decide not to pay them straight away, according to new re... [more]

Money 'among the UK's most uncomfortable topics' - Fri, 11 May, 2007
Money is among the most uncomfortable topics of conversation for millions of people around the UK, according to new research from Scottish Widows.... [more]

Struggling mortgage payers 'should seek help' - Fri, 11 May, 2007
Mortgage borrowers in the UK should seek help from their building society if the latest rise in the base rate of interest leaves them struggling to me... [more]

Pensions boost for Standard Life - Thu, 10 May, 2007
Financial services firm Standard Life has welcomed its latest set of financial results after seeing "strong momentum" in the pensions aspect of its ... [more]

Mortgage borrowers 'take 96 minutes to pick a property' - Thu, 10 May, 2007
Prospective mortgage borrowers in the UK take around 96 minutes on average to view a property before deciding to make an offer to buy it, according to... [more]

Buy-to-let investors 'should take long-term view' - Wed, 9 May, 2007
Potential property investors in the UK should take a long-term view on buy-to-let deals, rather than respond to immediate concerns over interest rates... [more]

Houses 'less affordable' for first time buyers - Wed, 9 May, 2007
Property in the UK is becoming less affordable for first time buyers aiming to get a foot on the housing ladder, according to the latest figures from ... [more]

'Wave and pay' plans revealed - Tue, 8 May, 2007
A new contact-free way to pay for goods and services worth under £10 could become common place throughout the UK over the course of the coming months,... [more]

UK housing market showing "no signs of contracting" - Tue, 8 May, 2007
The housing market across the UK does not appear to be giving any indications that a fall in demand is imminent, one expert has asserted.... [more]

'Credit-comfy Brits could be in danger' - Fri, 4 May, 2007
The current generation of "credit-comfy" Britons may be unaware of the real implications of incurring debt, it has been claimed.... [more]

Two-children families '£100,000 in debt' - Fri, 4 May, 2007
Families with two children are likely to have more debt than those with no offspring, new research suggests.... [more]

Stamp duty abolition 'could bring benefits' - Thu, 3 May, 2007
Gradually abolishing stamp duty tax in the UK could bring a number of benefits to savers and pensioners, new research claims.... [more]

Leeds launches new income bond - Thu, 3 May, 2007
Leeds launches new income bond... [more]

Motorists 'can make savings on car insurance' - Wed, 2 May, 2007
Car insurance is one area of motoring where savings can be made, according to new research from American Express.... [more]

Personal wealth of over-50s 'surges' - Wed, 2 May, 2007
Over-50s in the UK have experienced a 45.6 per cent increase in personal household wealth in the last five years, new research states.... [more]

Banks 'doing their bit' to encourage youngsters to save - Tue, 1 May, 2007
Banks are emphasising the importance of savings to young people, according to HSBC spokesperson Karen Garner.... [more]

Savings habit 'increasingly common' among Britons - Tue, 1 May, 2007
British consumers are embracing internet presences in controlling their finances, new research from Birmingham Midshires shows.... [more]

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