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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]

'New credit card legislation is great news' - Mon, 27 Mar, 2006
The court of appeal's decision that credit card companies must offer overseas protection has been welcomed by the consumer association Which?.... [more]

'Bridge Careerists will never retire' - Fri, 24 Mar, 2006
There will always be a group of consumers that will never fully retire, according to a report published by life assurance and pension providers Friend... [more]

Credit card protection for overseas transactions - Fri, 24 Mar, 2006
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has responded to the news that its appeal for UK consumers to be given extra protection when using credit cards in a ... [more]

Legal & General to provide new tax-efficient life cover plan - Thu, 23 Mar, 2006
A new tax-efficient life cover plan from Legal and General will provide more choice for customers, according to the company's protection director.... [more]

Stamp duty "a step in the right direction" - Thu, 23 Mar, 2006
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has welcomed the announcements on stamp duty and home ownership made by the chancellor in yesterday's budget.... [more]

Budget 2006 Summary - Wed, 22 Mar, 2006
Gordon Brown began the 22nd March Budget by announcing that the last chancellor to deliver ten budgets in a row delivered his last speech in 1822.... [more]

Today's Budget 'to focus on more political issues' - Wed, 22 Mar, 2006
It is widely reported that there will be limited change in tax and spending when Gordon Brown announces his tenth Budget today.... [more]

People could avoid tax through 'better planning' - Wed, 22 Mar, 2006
The UK squanders £7.6 billion a year in tax because people are not taking action to remove unnecessary tax waste, according to figures released by IFA... [more]

Scottish economy improves despite added costs - Tue, 21 Mar, 2006
The Scottish economy is showing signs of improvement despite added cost pressures, according to the latest Lloyds TSB Scotland Business Monitor.... [more]

'More risks' should be taken on post retirement investment - Tue, 21 Mar, 2006
Investors in post retirement investment are being told to adopt a "layer cake" approach to their financial plans, according to Jupiter's director o... [more]

London property buyers average over £7,500 in stamp duty - Mon, 20 Mar, 2006
For the first time, the average price of a property in London - £257,120 - is now above the £250,000 threshold at which stamp duty is charged at 3% o... [more]

Hutton: Pensions credit "a huge success" - Mon, 20 Mar, 2006
The work and pensions secretary John Hutton has hailed the pensions credit system as a "huge success" and as the reason pensioners are better off th... [more]

Consumers 'benefiting from strong banking sector' - Mon, 20 Mar, 2006
Ian Mullen, the chief executive of the British Bankers Association (BBA), has said that banks and other financial service providers can help create a ... [more]

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