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MPC accused of "boring" monetary policy - Fri, 7 Apr, 2006
Yesterday's announcement that interest rates have been held at 4.5 per cent has led to disappointment and accusations of monetary policy being "bori... [more]

UK interest rates held at 4.5% - Thu, 6 Apr, 2006
The Bank of England announced today, April 6, that interest rates would remain unchanged at 4.5%.... [more]

'Use today to plan your pension' says HMRC - Thu, 6 Apr, 2006
Today is an ideal day for people to review their pensions provision, according to HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).... [more]

Citizens Advice welcomes news on bank fees - Thu, 6 Apr, 2006
The news that banks and credit card companies are to be prevented from charging punitive fees for late bill and overdraft payments has been welcomed a... [more]

'Consumers changing current accounts' - Wed, 5 Apr, 2006
Up to 2.9 million UK consumers are thinking of changing their current account this year, according to the product research company Defaqto and MoneyEx... [more]

ABI: Pension report needs to be implemented quickly - Wed, 5 Apr, 2006
The pension commission's report which was announced yesterday needs to be implemented as soon as possible, according to the Association of British In... [more]

ISA providers still open for business - Tue, 4 Apr, 2006
Although the time is fast ebbing away for ISA investors to utilise their tax-break allowances, many companies are offering ISA products right up the ... [more]

Scottish Widows calls for wider pension reform - Tue, 4 Apr, 2006
Scottish Widows has called for "wider reform" of the state pensions system ahead of Lord Turner's Pensions Commission report, due to be announced t... [more]

HMRC offers help with tax - Tue, 4 Apr, 2006
Measures are being taken to ensure that pensioners are not paying too much tax so they avoid the need to claim it back, according to HM Revenue & Cust... [more]

Parents urged to invest in the children sooner - Mon, 3 Apr, 2006
Parents who invest earlier can save sufficiently for their children's futures without affecting their retirement funds, according to research by asse... [more]

Consumers encouraged to consider tax-free savings - Mon, 3 Apr, 2006
Certain sections of the UK population are becoming more aware of tax with regard to their savings, according to the savings organisation National Savi... [more]

Parents consider other options to student loans - Fri, 31 Mar, 2006
Many parents are making the decision to finance their children through university rather than opting for student loans, according to research by the H... [more]

'Changes to Banking Code to encourage responsible lending' - Fri, 31 Mar, 2006
Adaptations to the Banking Code could give extra security to consumers borrowing from banks, building societies and credit card companies, according t... [more]

Retirees advised to "shop around" for annuity - Thu, 30 Mar, 2006
One in five potential retirees believe they will need to work part time once they start drawing their pension, according to a new report by post retir... [more]

Callcredit to combat consumer debt - Thu, 30 Mar, 2006
A new lending initiative could provide benefits for customers, lenders and shareholders alike, according to credit reference agency Callcredit.... [more]

Experts want fairer and more generous pension reform - Wed, 29 Mar, 2006
Every pension expert wants to see a change in state pensions, according to a new report released today by the Pensions Policy Institute (PPI).... [more]

New taskforce 'to help first-time buyers' - Wed, 29 Mar, 2006
A new taskforce is looking at how the government can increase the number of people able to benefit from shared equity schemes.... [more]

FSA aims to increase consumers' financial awareness - Tue, 28 Mar, 2006
A lack of consumer knowledge has been identified as the reason for low levels of saving in the UK, by a recent Financial Services Authority (FSA) surv... [more]

'More people investing in an Isa' - Tue, 28 Mar, 2006
A total of 4.7 million people have claimed to have opened an investment individual savings account (Isa) this tax year, according to Scottish Widows I... [more]

Hutton: Small businesses won't have pension burden - Mon, 27 Mar, 2006
Small businesses will not be burdened by the government's white paper on pensions, according to work and pensions secretary John Hutton.... [more]

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