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Warning issued over individual savings accounts - Wed, 18 Jul, 2007
Financial services firm Abbey has warned that thousands of people could be losing out by keeping their cash in a relatively low-interest individual sa... [more]

Young Brits 'rushing home buying process' - Wed, 18 Jul, 2007
Thousands of first time buyers in the UK are rushing into the home buying process and paying the price when they come to live in their property, it ha... [more]

Perceptions of money 'vary greatly with age' - Tue, 17 Jul, 2007
Perceptions of the value of money vary greatly with age among UK consumers, with younger generations more likely to spend freely, new research has sug... [more]

Savings suffer as Brits pursue celebrity lifestyles - Tue, 17 Jul, 2007
Many thousands of British consumers are neglecting their savings and opting to spend large amounts of money in an attempt to live like a celebrity, a ... [more]

CII welcomes new plans for personal finance lesson - Mon, 16 Jul, 2007
The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) has welcomed the government's plans to bring personal finance lessons into schools across the country.... [more]

Buy to let returns 'on the up' - Mon, 16 Jul, 2007
Returns on buy to let property investments have were higher during the last 12 months than they were in the previous year, according to the latest fig... [more]

Travellers 'should beware hidden credit card charges' - Fri, 13 Jul, 2007
Tourists should be aware of the risks posed by hidden credit card charges when obtaining money abroad, it has been warned.... [more]

Nursery costs 'wiping out savings' - Fri, 13 Jul, 2007
Parents spend £1.8 billion of savings each year on nurseries for their newborn children, it has emerged.... [more]

Individuals 'could be pensions administrators' - Thu, 12 Jul, 2007
Individuals could be legally responsible for the administration of their own pensions, it has been warned.... [more]

Rate rises 'to aid first-time buyer affordability' - Thu, 12 Jul, 2007
Rises in the Bank of England's base rate are beginning to have a positive outcome for first-time buyers, it has emerged.... [more]

Means-tested pensions 'could exceed estimates' - Wed, 11 Jul, 2007
Estimates of the number of people who are likely to rely on means-tested state pensions in the future may be inaccurate, it has been suggested.... [more]

Stamp duty 'a tax on first-time buyers' - Wed, 11 Jul, 2007
Stamp duty is acting as a tax on first-time buyers, it has been claimed.... [more]

Kids' holidays 'prompt personal finance concerns' - Tue, 10 Jul, 2007
Entertaining children while they are on holiday from school can cause personal finance concerns for parents across the UK, according to a new report.... [more]

Smoking ban 'could help first time buyers' - Tue, 10 Jul, 2007
The ban on smoking in enclosed public spaces recently introduced in England could potentially give would-be first time buyers a better chance of getti... [more]

Holidaymakers 'risk personal finance disaster' - Mon, 9 Jul, 2007
Millions of British consumers could be risking personal finance disaster by spending large amounts of money to go away on holiday, new research from h... [more]

Home buying process 'becoming increasingly routine' - Mon, 9 Jul, 2007
The home buying process has become increasingly routine in the UK with millions of consumers now looking to relocate as often as every four years, acc... [more]

Cost of borrowing hits 5.75% - Fri, 6 Jul, 2007
Homeowners across the country look set to face further personal finance pressure after the Bank of England decided to raise the cost of borrowing to 5... [more]

Pensions savers 'concerned about red tape' - Fri, 6 Jul, 2007
Close to two-thirds of respondents to a recent survey said their primary concern surrounding a pensions scheme was the burden of red tape, it has been... [more]

UK interest rates up again - Thu, 5 Jul, 2007
For the 5th time in under a year, the Bank of England has raised interest rates. ... [more]

Over 55s 'have fewer personal finance constraints' - Thu, 5 Jul, 2007
British consumers aged over 55 have fewer constraints on their personal finances than their younger counterparts, according to research revealed by Bi... [more]

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