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Cashback for customers who open Halifax credit card and current account - Tue, 30 Jun, 2015
Customers who open an All in One credit card and switch to a Halifax current account will receive £25 cashback on transferring a credit card balance.

The offer is available to eligible customer [more]


Market competition revives interest-only mortgages - Mon, 29 Jun, 2015
Fierce competition within the mortgage market is causing a revival for infamous interest-only mortgages, The Times reports.

Several banks are now making life more easier for borrowers looking to get [more]


Britain's older generation could boost economic growth - Fri, 26 Jun, 2015
According to professional services network PwC, the post war generation could boost UK economic growth by £100 billion if they continue working beyond their mid-60s.

The total amount of UK work [more]


Debt management firms failing vulnerable consumers, FCA says - Thu, 25 Jun, 2015
A review published by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has shown the debt management sector is still one of the UK's highest risk consumer credit sectors.

Between June 2014 and May 2015, th [more]


Lloyds Bank introduces three new credit cards - Wed, 24 Jun, 2015
Lloyds Bank has added to its range of credit cards with three new products, complementing the existing card suite and providing customers with more choice.

The 32/6 Lloyds Bank Transfer Card has a 0 [more]


Help to Buy scheme helps take financial pressure off parents - Tue, 23 Jun, 2015
The Help to Buy scheme has proved to be the most popular method for first time buyers looking to climb the housing ladder.

Research by mortgage and loans provider Ocean Finance has shown the ongoing [more]


Tesco faces further fall for sales in spite of price cutbacks - Mon, 22 Jun, 2015
Supermarket giant Tesco is now facing a fall in sales even after their attempts to invest millions in price cuts and customer service, the Telegraph reports.

City analysts predict Tesco stores will r [more]


Kensington Mortgages provides new self employed policy - Fri, 19 Jun, 2015
Kensington Mortgages is set to provide its self employed customers with a new policy, with affordability criteria taking a company director's net profits share into account along with their salar [more]

UK consumers willing to let banks know their DNA - Thu, 18 Jun, 2015
A new report reveals UK consumers would be happy to provide their DNA information with banks if it meant securing their financial and personal information.

The report, which was carried out by Telstr [more]


UK consumer prices rise by 0.1 per cent in May - Wed, 17 Jun, 2015
A small rise in UK consumer prices last month marked an end of a brief period of deflation.

According to figures released on Tuesday 16 June by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), UK inflation [more]


Consumers put off saving by low interest rates - Tue, 16 Jun, 2015
The latest research from Money Supermarket shows low interest rates are a contributor for 14.6 million consumers not wanting to save money.

A total 78 per cent of consumers have said they cannot affo [more]


First time buyer errors mean over £1.5 billion of property at risk - Mon, 15 Jun, 2015
New research from the Co-operative Insurance reveals that nearly half (47 per cent) of first time buyers don't budget for home insurance at their first step onto the property ladder.

Due to thi [more]


Make the most of summer spending with American Express - Fri, 12 Jun, 2015
American Express has collaborated with some of the leading UK consumer brands in order to present Premier Rewards Gold Card members with new dining and travel rewards.

These benefits are offered to n [more]


Supermarket shares increase help Sainsbury's revival - Thu, 11 Jun, 2015
The improvement in large supermarket shares helped to send a revival for Sainsbury's, with a rise of almost five per cent to 261p.

Britain's leading supermarkets have faced a dramatic chan [more]


Pensioners pay enough annual tax to buy a new car - Wed, 10 Jun, 2015
The average amount of income tax paid by retired households each year is enough to buy a brand new car, according to figures released by life insurance and financial services provider Prudential.

The [more]


Deflation helps boost consumer spending - Tue, 9 Jun, 2015
Consumer spending figures have soared in May thanks to deflation causing a fall in the price of essential purchases.

Official figures showed that consumer prices fell in the year to April for the fi [more]


Inflation knocks £80 billion off Britain's cash saving accounts - Mon, 8 Jun, 2015
Research points to evidence that inflation has knocked off £80 billion from cash saving accounts in Britain over the last five years.

Increases in inflation have overtaken cash account interest [more]


Interest rate rise could damage almost 7 million UK borrowers - Fri, 5 Jun, 2015
Up to 7 million home owners could face major setbacks in covering their mortgage repayments if interest rates rise by just one per cent, research by Ocean Finance reveals.

So far, rates have been at [more]


Help to Buy assists 100,000 people buy a new home - Thu, 4 Jun, 2015
Help to Buy, the government's primary housing scheme, has helped almost 100,000 individuals purchase a new property since its introduction.

Since the launch of Help to Buy equity loan and mortga [more]


Seven in 10 savers rush to cash in entire pensions - Wed, 3 Jun, 2015
Seven out of 10 callers to one of Britain's biggest pension providers have been eager to cash in their entire savings in the first few weeks of new pension schemes being introduced.

Scottish Wid [more]


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