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Brits believe "forgotten money" should be donated to charity - Fri, 29 Jul, 2005
The majority of consumers have welcomed proposals that would transfer "forgotten money" in bank and building society accounts to charities. ... [more]

Simpler schemes needed to encourage retirement savings - Fri, 29 Jul, 2005
Clearer information regarding pension schemes and tax policies would encourage more Brits to save, according to recent research. ... [more]

Index indicates decline in debt levels - Thu, 28 Jul, 2005
Recent research has indicated that Brits are starting to take action following the warnings of increasing debt problems, with a drop in levels during ... [more]

Calls for credit card summary boxes - Thu, 28 Jul, 2005
Increasing numbers of consumers are wising up to the potential hidden or unclear charges made by credit card providers and are calling for information... [more]

Moves to reduce excessive credit card charges - Thu, 28 Jul, 2005
Credit card holders will welcome the news that the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has called for providers to reduce excessive charges. ... [more]

Energy bills higher priority than the environment - Thu, 28 Jul, 2005
The majority of UK homeowners placed reducing the cost of energy bills ahead of concerns over climate change and the environment, according to a recen... [more]

Brits saving for summer sun - Tue, 26 Jul, 2005
The traditional summer holiday abroad is still popular with Brits, with many putting regular amounts of money aside during the rest of the year. ... [more]

New trust to protect against inheritance tax and save money - Tue, 26 Jul, 2005
A new trust has been launched that promises to minimise inheritance tax liability whilst saving money. ... [more]

Brit parents prefer cash CTFs - Mon, 25 Jul, 2005
British parents are choosing to open their Child Trust Funds (CTFs) in cash form rather than taking the stakeholder option, according to new research.... [more]

New website to simplify credit card choices - Mon, 25 Jul, 2005
A new scheme to help simplify the process of choosing which credit card provider to use has been launched. ... [more]

£60m of CTFs lost - Mon, 25 Jul, 2005
Parents have "lost" £60 million worth of child trust fund (CTF) vouchers, according to a new survey. ... [more]

Money keeps loveless couples together - Mon, 25 Jul, 2005
Unhappy couples are continuing to live together because they can not afford to go alone, according to new research. ... [more]

Interest rates set to fall - Thu, 21 Jul, 2005
Consumers are almost certainly set to benefit from a drop in interest rates next month after the minutes from this month's voting were disclosed yest... [more]

Surge in mortgage lending - Thu, 21 Jul, 2005
New figures reveal that UK mortgage lending soared by 39 per cent in the second quarter of the year. ... [more]

High and low earners save the same - Wed, 20 Jul, 2005
People on high salaries save the same proportion of their income as workers on low wages, according to a new study. ... [more]

Firms optimistic about UK economy - Wed, 20 Jul, 2005
British businesses are more optimistic about the economy than they were three months ago, according to a new survey by Lloyds TSB. ... [more]

Government urged to act on cash machines - Tue, 19 Jul, 2005
Nationwide is calling on the government to preserve the UK's free ATM network to protect consumers from charges. ... [more]

Brits consumed by retail therapy - Tue, 19 Jul, 2005
New research reveals that the UK public spends a massive £3 billion a year on "retail therapy", with the phenomenon becoming an increas... [more]

First time buyers getting better deals - Mon, 18 Jul, 2005
A new report has shown that house buyers are receiving better deals on their purchases as property prices continue to cool. ... [more]

Consumers struggling with energy costs - Mon, 18 Jul, 2005
It has been revealed that an increasing number of people in the UK are struggling to cope with the rising cost of energy bills. ... [more]

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