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First time buyers 'want end to stamp duty' - Wed, 3 Oct, 2007

Would-be first time buyers across the UK are keen to see the end of stamp duty as part of the home buying process, it has been asserted.
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Calls for Isas to be made more flexible - Tue, 2 Oct, 2007
Nationwide Building Society has called on Britain's chancellor Alistair Darling to allow more options to be made available for users of individual sa... [more]

First time buyers 'being forced out of town' - Tue, 2 Oct, 2007
First time property buyers across the UK are being forced to purchase homes outside the most desirable urban areas, according to recent research.... [more]

Savings 'on the up' across the UK - Mon, 1 Oct, 2007
The total amount of money being deposited into savings accounts by consumers around the UK is on the up, according to a recent study by Halifax Financ... [more]

New credit card guide launched for young Brits - Mon, 1 Oct, 2007
The UK's payment association Apacs has launched a new guide aimed at helping young consumers manage their credit card spending more effectively, it h... [more]

Brits 'keep billions in savings at home' - Fri, 28 Sep, 2007
British consumers collectively keep billions of pounds worth of savings in various places around their homes, according to a recent study.... [more]

UK couples urged to get saving - Fri, 28 Sep, 2007
British couples planning to head down the isle have been advised to start saving for the occasion as soon as they can.... [more]

Nervous Brits 'should consider money market funds' - Thu, 27 Sep, 2007
Consumers who are concerned by the recent turbulence within the banking sector ought to consider investing their cash in a money market fund, it has b... [more]

Calls for more reforms to home buying process - Thu, 27 Sep, 2007
The Association of Home Information Pack Providers (Ahipp) has called on the government to extend the recently introduced reforms of the home buying p... [more]

Brits 'missing out on Isa savings' - Wed, 26 Sep, 2007
Consumers around the UK are missing out the potential savings that can be made by investing in an individual savings account (Isa), according to the B... [more]

Millions of credit card users 'aiming to consolidate' - Wed, 26 Sep, 2007
Millions of credit card users in the UK are aiming to consolidate their debts and leave themselves with only a single way to spend on plastic, accordi... [more]

Britain's borrowing 'affordable' - Tue, 25 Sep, 2007
Levels of borrowing among British consumers are generally affordable and present "no systematic risk" to the country, according to the Labour chair ... [more]

There's no such thing as normal, mortgage firm asserts - Tue, 25 Sep, 2007
When it comes to mortgage applicants there is no such thing as normal, according to the financial services firm Birmingham Midshires.... [more]

Isas safe in credit crunch climate, expert claims - Mon, 24 Sep, 2007
Individual savings accounts (Isas) are still "incredibly safe" despite the current economic climate, according to the savings manager at an independ... [more]

Britons 'saving big' in August - Fri, 21 Sep, 2007
August saw Britons contributing a record amount into building society savings accounts, according to the latest figures from the Building Societies As... [more]

Students 'need more financial advice' - Fri, 21 Sep, 2007
Students do not get enough financial advice when they head off to university, according to a spokesperson for the National Union of Students (NUS).... [more]

Quarter of parents 'pay for schooling from savings' - Thu, 20 Sep, 2007
A quarter of parents are dipping into their savings to fund their children's education, according to new research.... [more]

London parents offer kids capital savings - Thu, 20 Sep, 2007
Some 40 per cent of parents in London contribute regularly to a savings account for their children, according to the latest statistics.... [more]

'Economic factors' resulting in borrowing trends - Wed, 19 Sep, 2007
House prices and interest rate rises have contributed to a shift in borrowing, according to a debt expert. ... [more]

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