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Some savings accounts pay just 0.01p, FCA finds - Mon, 25 Jul, 2016
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has published data that reveals some savings providers are paying interest rates as a low as 0.01 per cent.

The new set of data showed the interest rates offere [more]

Women 'lagging behind' men in pensions saving - Fri, 22 Jul, 2016
Just 10 per cent of women are on track to achieve the retirement income they hope to have. That’s according to new research taken by Aegon UK.

The research suggests that 10 per cent of women ar [more]

Pensions avoided by 64 per cent of people, survey finds - Wed, 20 Jul, 2016
According to a recent survey by Standard Life Savings, DIY chores and gardening come out top in the list of tasks British people put off the most.

According to the survey, 86 per cent of us put off [more]

Third of Brits feel 'misled' by travel companies when arriving at their destination - Mon, 18 Jul, 2016
More than a third of Brits who travel abroad for their holidays feel misled by travel company brochures and websites when they arrive at their destination.

That’s according to a new survey from [more]

Are stocks a better bet than savings accounts to offset low interest rates? - Fri, 15 Jul, 2016
Savers are being urged to shop around for better deals after the Bank of England decided to leave interest rates on hold at 0.5 per cent.

Analysts had widely predicted that a cut in the cost of borro [more]

British households £102 better off a week, research finds - Wed, 13 Jul, 2016
According to recent research from SunLife, British households are £102 better off a week. This represents a rise of almost a quarter from last year.

The annual ‘Cash Happy’ researc [more]

Girls more expensive than boys to raise, study suggests - Fri, 8 Jul, 2016
Parents may find that raising a girl costs more than raising a boy, if recent research from Sainsbury's Bank rings true.

The study, conducted as part of the bank's second Family Finance Rep [more]

Pound drops further amid Brexit fallout - Wed, 6 Jul, 2016
The pound is continuing to fall against the dollar, with fears concerning the fallout from the Brexit vote showing no sign of abating.

At one point on 6 July, it dropped to the lowest level seen sin [more]

More than a million uninsured drivers in the UK, study finds - Mon, 4 Jul, 2016
Research recently undertaken by Churchill Car Insurance has revealed that the East of London has come top in the list of uninsured vehicle hotspots. Currently, some 13.4 per cent of vehicle owners hav [more]

Quarter of Brits planning a 'staycation' this year, research finds - Fri, 1 Jul, 2016
According to research from the Halifax building society, more than three-quarters (76 per cent) of Brits plan to take a vacation this year, but a quarter (25 per cent) of British people plan to have a [more]

Third of Brits 'saddled with 10 year credit card debt' - Wed, 29 Jun, 2016
Research from MoneySuperMarket has shown that 37 per cent of Brits have been saddled with credit card debt for up to 10 years. This comes off the back of the credit card reaching its 50th anniversary. [more]

Half of mortgage holders do not have life cover, research finds - Mon, 27 Jun, 2016
According to research carried out by Scottish Widows, half (50 per cent) of mortgage holders in the UK have no life cover, which means 8.2 million people are at financial risk should any unforeseen ci [more]