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38 per cent of UK adults have 'defaulted on late bills' - Wed, 24 Aug, 2016
According to the latest research by the Debt Advisory Centre, 38 per cent of adults in the UK have defaulted on a late bill. This includes mobile phones, utilities and credit card payments.

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First time buyers forking out for DIY mistakes, study finds - Mon, 22 Aug, 2016
First-time buyers are often shelling out more on their renovation and DIY mistakes than using a contractor, according to a study carried out by specialist insurance broker Towergate.

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UK net worth is £8.8 trillion, latest figures reveal - Fri, 19 Aug, 2016
The United Kingdom’s net worth is £8.8 trillion according to figures released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS). This means that each person in the UK is worth £135,000, wit [more]

Number of mortgages in arrears at lowest levels since records began, research finds - Mon, 15 Aug, 2016
According to research taken from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML), the number of mortgages in arrears continued to fall in the second quarter and is currently at the lowest level since records be [more]

Overpaying mortgage can save Brits nearly £2,000, research finds - Fri, 12 Aug, 2016
Research by has found that British mortgage holders can save over £14 billion over the next two decades by simply overpaying. Overpaying means they can reduce the mortgage l [more]

Brits putting off making large purchases due to Brexit result, research finds - Wed, 10 Aug, 2016
Over a fifth of Brits are delaying making a large purchase until the ramifications over Brexit become clearer according to research carried out by

The research reveals that around half [more]

Money concerns top priority ahead of family creation, research finds - Mon, 8 Aug, 2016
Over half of families are not starting a family due to money concerns, a recent report from the Scottish Widows think tank, the Centre for the Modern Family (CMF) has suggested.

Of those polled by th [more]

First time buyers up, but house prices remain volatile - Fri, 5 Aug, 2016
House prices in the period from May to July were 1.6 per cent higher than the quarter before, according to the latest annual House Price Index released by Halifax.

The report showed that in the thre [more]

Thirty six per cent of over 50s 'unaware' of inheritance of pensions rules - Wed, 3 Aug, 2016
One in four of over 50s are planning on leaving some of their pensions and savings behind to their loved ones, according to research taken by Saga Investment Services. This comes on the back of govern [more]

'Waitrose effect' has impact on house price premium - Mon, 1 Aug, 2016
Research undertaken by Lloyds Bank has shown that if you live near a well-known supermarket, the value of your property could add an additional £22,000 to the value of your house.

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Natwest warns of interest charges on current accounts - Fri, 29 Jul, 2016
Banking group RBS/Natwest has warned customers they face paying to keep money in a current account if the Bank of England (BoE) announces that interest rates will fall below zero.

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Thousands penalised by new inheritance tax 'for dying early' - Wed, 27 Jul, 2016
Around 28,000 families paying inheritance tax in the two years from April 2015 should be compensated because government policy changes have not been implemented fast enough, according to campaigners. [more]