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Record donation levels - Fri, 3 Jun, 2005
Brits have donated a staggering £374 million to charity via their credit and debit cards in the first quarter of 2005.

Figures released by APACS, the industry association representing pl... [more]

Good news for Child Trust Funds - Fri, 3 Jun, 2005
Child Trust Fund vouchers are being invested by parents, according to figures from the UK's leading savings provider for children.

The Children's Mutual claims that the scheme is showing po... [more]

Borrowing confidence remains steady - Thu, 2 Jun, 2005
Consumer demand for borrowing is up on the last few months, according to the index results of a major high street bank.

The May HSBC Index found that overall interest in personal loans, mortg... [more]

Keeping up with repayments - Thu, 2 Jun, 2005
The majority of Brits have their debt repayments under control, according to a recent survey.

The research, commissioned by the Department of Trade and Industry, found that just five per cent... [more]

ISA sales on the up - Wed, 1 Jun, 2005
Lenders have reported that sales of Individual Savings Accounts (ISA) have shown a significant year-on-year increase during April.

The Investment Management Association (IMA) has revealed tha... [more]

UK Savings levels dip - Wed, 1 Jun, 2005
New figures reveal that the number of Britons paying into savings accounts fell during the last quarter.

According to the quarterly savings survey by National Savings and Investments (NS&... [more]

Half of eligible parents yet to open child trust fund - Tue, 31 May, 2005
At least 50 per cent of parents who have received vouchers for Child Trust Funds (CTF) are yet to open a CTF account for their children, according to Halifax.... [more]

FSA launches new financial advice rules - Tue, 31 May, 2005
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) will tomorrow unveil new rules aimed at enhancing independent financial advice.... [more]

Downsizing risk warning to pensioners - Fri, 27 May, 2005
Prudential has warned people against banking on the equity released by downsizing as a cover for their retirement.... [more]

Nine in ten Brits can't afford the house they want - Fri, 27 May, 2005
It has been revealed by Bradford & Bingley that 90 per cent of Britons cannot afford the house that they want.... [more]

Cost efficiency key to pensions reform - Thu, 26 May, 2005
Adair Turner, the Pensions Commission chairman, has said that cost efficiency is key to a successful overhaul of the pensions system.... [more]

Walk to work and save money - Wed, 25 May, 2005
The medical insurer PruHealth has revealed that six million Britons could stand to save £5.4 billion a year in transport costs simply by walking to work.... [more]

Britons lose out on kitchen deals - Wed, 25 May, 2005
A quarter of Britons will borrow money to pay for a new kitchen, but they stand to throw away billions each year by going for dealer finance options according to Alliance & Leicester.... [more]

Rise in women buying life insurance - Tue, 24 May, 2005
The number of women buying life insurance over the last six years has doubled, according LifeSearch.... [more]

Shift in pensions investment patterns - Tue, 24 May, 2005
Managers of pension funds are increasingly opting for bonds, moving away from the traditional choice of equities.... [more]

Britain's house prices beyond the reach of public sector workers - Mon, 23 May, 2005
The latest research by Halifax has revealed that most property in Britain's towns is beyond the means of most public sector workers.... [more]

Halifax reveals children's saving habits - Mon, 23 May, 2005
Halifax has found that the nation's little boys are better savers than little girls in its latest survey of children's saving habits.... [more]

ISA account upsurge in 2005 - Fri, 20 May, 2005
The Association of Investment Trust Companies (AITC) has revealed that the number of ISA accounts set up in the first quarter of 2005 rose by 155 per cent from the final quarter of 2004.... [more]

Gross mortgage lending up in April - Fri, 20 May, 2005
There was £21.5 billion of total gross lending in the mortgage market in April, according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders.... [more]

Independent ombudsman to oversee credit disputes - Thu, 19 May, 2005
A new financial ombudsman will rule over disputed credit agreements as part o the new Consumer Credit Bill which is being introduced today.... [more]

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