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HMRC calls for tax returns - Thu, 21 Sep, 2006
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is advising customers to meet the self-assessment tax return deadline, sit back and let it do the work.... [more]

UK urged to find savings and borrowing balance - Wed, 20 Sep, 2006
People of Britain are showing commitment to their savings, but need to start proving they have equal devotion to controlling their debt, it has been s... [more]

Consumers offered tips on investment - Wed, 20 Sep, 2006
Individuals seeking investment opportunities are advised to be contrarian and invest in stocks from sectors that are often ignored.... [more]

Student credit cards an 'effective method of borrowing' - Tue, 19 Sep, 2006
As a new batch of freshers embark on their university career, credit cards aimed specifically at students have been promoted as a way to help younger ... [more]

Loans repayment penalties 'do not help consumers' - Tue, 19 Sep, 2006
Repayment penalties on loans are not a good method of reducing consumer debt, according to comments from one provider.... [more]

Christmas Parties Are Good For Business - Mon, 18 Sep, 2006
It’s Christmas party time already and if you’re thinking of cutting back on the office celebrations, think again. It could cost you dearly in terms... [more]

Parents' money goes on the kids - Mon, 18 Sep, 2006
Parents spend more money on their children than they do on themselves, new research reveals.... [more]

Money advice 'could relieve stress' - Mon, 18 Sep, 2006
The number of people exposed to "financial stress" could be reduced by around two-thirds if there was greater access to financial advice, it has bee... [more]

Finance groups warn against savings inertia - Fri, 15 Sep, 2006
The "unprecedented level of public interest in pension reform" must not lead to "inertia in savings", according to a letter in the Daily Telegraph... [more]

UK 'has the busiest cash machines' - Fri, 15 Sep, 2006
Consumers in the UK use cash machines more than any other nation, new research reveals.... [more]

Save 12% of earnings, says Scottish Widows - Thu, 14 Sep, 2006
People in the UK should save at least 12 per cent of their earnings each year to ensure a comfortable retirement, it has been advised.... [more]

Parents urged to save for the long-term - Thu, 14 Sep, 2006
Families are being advised to start their children's savings early to give them the best chance of getting the top jobs.... [more]

PPI: Pension reforms will solve problems - Wed, 13 Sep, 2006
The government's white paper on pensions, which was published earlier this year, will alleviate problems with the state pension system "to some exte... [more]

OFT 'could investigate current account fees' - Wed, 13 Sep, 2006
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is considering action against financial providers who charge fees in the current account market.... [more]

Consumers urged to consider children's pensions - Tue, 12 Sep, 2006
Consumers have been told that it is never too early to consider provisions for pensions with the arrival of a new pensions-for-children scheme, in com... [more]

Credit card providers 'impose stealth charges' - Tue, 12 Sep, 2006
Consumers have been warned that credit card providers are imposing stealth charges in order to make up money lost on credit card fees, according to a ... [more]

Property prices raise fresh first time buyer concerns - Mon, 11 Sep, 2006
The cost of UK property has raised fresh first time buyer concerns, according to new research published today.... [more]

Pre-paid credit card – the new 'must-have' for teens - Mon, 11 Sep, 2006
A pre-paid credit card is the new 'must have' for American teens, with British versions of the product scheduled for release soon.... [more]

House prices continue to rise - Fri, 8 Sep, 2006
House prices increased by one percentage point in August, according to latest figures.... [more]

Bank of England freezes interest rates - Fri, 8 Sep, 2006
The Bank of England announced yesterday that it would be freezing the headline rate at 4.75 per cent for September.... [more]

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