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£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]

New mortgage deals for homebuyers - Fri, 15 Jul, 2005
Homebuyers will welcome the news that Halifax is to lower the cost of borrowing for new and existing customers. ... [more]

Brits spent £1.4 billion online in June - Fri, 15 Jul, 2005
Consumers turned away from the high streets and on to the internet last month, as figures show an increase in online shopping. ... [more]

Online saving accounts and ISA's unveiled - Thu, 14 Jul, 2005
An increasing number of banks and building societies are developing online versions of their most popular products, as research shows that more and mo... [more]

Easier way to pay your insurance - Thu, 14 Jul, 2005
Customers will now be able to pay their AA insurance premiums in monthly or quarterly instalments. ... [more]

Brit adults provide "pocket-money" for parents - Wed, 13 Jul, 2005
A recent report has revealed that millions of adults in the UK are responsible for supporting their parents during their retirement, helping them to p... [more]

Rates boosted for Young Saver account - Wed, 13 Jul, 2005
A savings account for children who are too old to be eligible for a Child Trust Fund has been re-launched by NatWest. ... [more]

Government urged to simplify inheritance tax rules - Tue, 12 Jul, 2005
Calls have been made for the inheritance tax system to be simplified, in a bid to stop penalising those who have to use the system. ... [more]

C&G launches new mortgage range - Tue, 12 Jul, 2005
A new range of lower-priced, fixed-rate mortgages has been unveiled by Cheltenham and Gloucester. ... [more]

Increase in "non-standard" mortgage deals - Mon, 11 Jul, 2005
Consumers with bad credit histories are no longer being turned away from mainstream mortgage lenders as a report revealed that increased numbers of le... [more]

Brits urged to change pessimistic attitude - Mon, 11 Jul, 2005
A recent report indicates that the majority of Brits do not feel that they are prepared for retirement and are not expecting to be able to live off th... [more]

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