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|Credit card offers cashback for fuel - Fri, 26 Aug, 2011|
A new credit card is being launched offering customers the chance to benefit from cashback on fuel.
The AA Reward Plus Card offers three per cent cashback on fuel purchases and 0.5 per cent on all ot [more]
|Could savings accounts help thrifty Brits? - Thu, 25 Aug, 2011|
Savings accounts might be one way to help Britons make their money go further as research has revealed that many are relying on deals and bargains to get by.
The study, conducted by Halifax, found th [more]
|Skipton launches online savings accounting - Wed, 24 Aug, 2011|
An online savings account has been launched by Skipton Building Society, offering customers competitive interest rates.
The Online Bonus Saver comes with a rewarding rate of 3.08 per cent variable, i [more]
|Brits urged to use current account extras - Tue, 23 Aug, 2011|
Britons have been encouraged to make use of the extras available through their current accounts.
According to a recent poll by moneysupermarket.com, only 52 per cent of people who pay for their curre [more]
|Credit card launched with market leading balance transfer offer - Mon, 22 Aug, 2011|
Halifax has launched a credit card with its longest ever balance transfer deal. In fact, the 22 month zero per cent balance transfer offer is a market leader.
The credit card is available to new cust [more]
|Students tempted with current account offers - Fri, 19 Aug, 2011|
University places are top of many young people's minds at the moment following the release of this year's A-level results.
But once they've secured a spot, one of the next major things [more]
|Parents urged to consider savings accounts for education - Thu, 18 Aug, 2011|
Parents have been encouraged to consider opening a savings account for their children's university education costs.
Julie Hutchison, head of technical insight at Standard Life, said that parents [more]
|Students urged to manage current accounts - Wed, 17 Aug, 2011|
Students have been urged to consider a current account that allows them to stay on top of their finances.
The Lloyds TSB Student Account, for example, provides services such as text alerts, internet [more]
|New credit card launched by American Express - Tue, 16 Aug, 2011|
A new credit card has been launched by American Express, offering a flat rate of 1.25 per cent cashback on all purchases.
The Platinum Cashback Credit Card features a 2.5 per cent introductory cashba [more]
|Holiday prices almost double during school break - Mon, 15 Aug, 2011|
The prices of holidays can almost double during the school break when compared to the same trip during term time.
This is according to recent research from Santander, which found significant differen [more]
|Quarter of Brits not taking travel insurance, study shows - Fri, 12 Aug, 2011|
Recent research has found that almost a quarter of Britons are heading on holiday without taking travel insurance.
Conducted by AA Travel Insurance, the survey revealed that 24 per cent of Brits will [more]
|Savers appear pessimistic about economy - Thu, 11 Aug, 2011|
People with savings accounts have a pessimistic outlook on the state of the economy, a recent survey has revealed.
Conducted by Fidelity International, the study found that just 22 per cent of people [more]
|Riot damage 'should be covered by insurance' - Wed, 10 Aug, 2011|
Insurance policies should cover a lot of the damages caused by the recent spate of riots in England.
According to the British Insurance Brokers' Association (BIBA), people who have been affected [more]
|Average medical insurance claims top £1,300 - Tue, 9 Aug, 2011|
Average medical insurance claims from Britons abroad are now over £1,300, recent research has revealed.
Conducted by Sainsbury's Finance, the study revealed that the average medical insura [more]
|Santander offers bonus for switching accounts - Mon, 8 Aug, 2011|
Bonuses are on offer for anyone switching current accounts to one with Santander.
The bank is offering customers a £25 Amazon voucher if they open a Santander Preferred Current Account through [more]
|Action group: Suspend income tax on savings accounts - Fri, 5 Aug, 2011|
The government should suspend income tax on savings accounts while inflation remains so high, according to action group Save Our Savers.
The group is encouraging the government to take action agains [more]
|Half of Brits only have one savings account - Thu, 4 Aug, 2011|
Almost half of Britons only have access to one savings account, according to recent research conducted by First Direct.
The survey found that 47.7 per cent of people only have one savings account and [more]
|Credit card statements ‘help monitor expenditure’ - Wed, 3 Aug, 2011|
Credit card bills and bank statements are among the things that reportedly help people to keep on top of their finances.
According to recent research from Barclays, a fifth of shoppers surveyed tend [more]
|Insurance costs hit £4,000 for young drivers - Tue, 2 Aug, 2011|
Recent research has found that car insurance costs have topped £4,000 for young drivers.
Conducted by Confused.com with Towers Watson, the Car Insurance Price Index found that the average polic [more]
|Non-homeowners in need of savings accounts? - Mon, 1 Aug, 2011|
Savings accounts need to take a more important role in the lives of people looking to purchase a property.
This is according to Simon Kenyon, savings director at Halifax, who referenced research show [more]
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