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Quarter of council tax used for public pensions - Tue, 24 Jan, 2006
A new report has claimed that over a quarter of council tax charges are used to fund pensions for public sector workers. ... [more]

Credit card firms slammed for lending policies - Tue, 24 Jan, 2006
Credit card firms have been condemned for "irresponsibly" providing credit to UK consumers while debt levels soar. ... [more]

Pensions day to debate reforms - Mon, 23 Jan, 2006
The government is to hold a National Pensions Day to give the public the chance to give their opinions on proposals detailed in Lord Turner's pension... [more]

Mortgage lending at its highest in December - Mon, 23 Jan, 2006
Mortgage lending reached its highest recorded level for December in 2005, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has announced. ... [more]

Britons opt for tracker loans - Fri, 20 Jan, 2006
Tracker mortgages proved particularly popular towards the end of 2005, new research has revealed. ... [more]

Credit card technology proving popular - Fri, 20 Jan, 2006
The majority of British consumers are pleased with the new chip and pin technology on credit cards and debit cards, a new survey has found. ... [more]

Britons urged to switch to credit cards - Thu, 19 Jan, 2006
Britons are being advised to switch their debts from expensive store cards to credit cards, following the release of new figures. ... [more]

Loans market set to expand - Thu, 19 Jan, 2006
The choice of loans available on the UK market is set to soar as more firms plan to enter the mortgage lending sector in the coming months. ... [more]

Credit cards ditched as Brits prefer debit - Wed, 18 Jan, 2006
Britons are swapping their credit cards for debit cards, new figures have revealed. ... [more]

Review pensions as A-day approaches - Wed, 18 Jan, 2006
Britons have been urged to review their pensions before changes to the industry are introduced on April 6th 2006. ... [more]

Insurance policies 'need reviewing' - Tue, 17 Jan, 2006
Homeowners have been urged to ensure they have sufficient contents insurance following the festive period. ... [more]

Staff to be consulted on pensions - Tue, 17 Jan, 2006
Employees are to be given a bigger voice in how their workplace pension scheme operates. ... [more]

Money management course to reduce personal debt - Mon, 16 Jan, 2006
A new personal finance course aimed at increasing awareness over the importance of money management is to be launched this September. ... [more]

Return of the first time buyer - Mon, 16 Jan, 2006
Aspiring homeowners hoping to get onto the first rung of the property ladder in 2006 will welcome the news that confidence is up and activity is incre... [more]

Fixed utility bills 'may prove expensive' - Fri, 13 Jan, 2006
An increasing number of Britons are opting for fixed-rate gas and electricity bills, believing this will save them money in the long-term. ... [more]

Loan rate slashed by cahoot - Fri, 13 Jan, 2006
Britons wishing to start the year with a personal loan are likely to welcome the announcement from internet bank cahoot that its loan rate is to be re... [more]

Bank of England holds interest rates steady - Thu, 12 Jan, 2006
Interest rates have been kept at 4.5% for the fifth month in a row, in line with most analysts’ expectations.... [more]

Credit card debt soars in Scotland - Thu, 12 Jan, 2006
Credit card debt is almost a third higher than in Scotland compared to the rest of the UK, new figures have revealed. ... [more]

New pension plans to offer extra tax relief - Thu, 12 Jan, 2006
New hybrid retirement products are to become available when the new pensions regime is established in April. ... [more]

Brits take out loans for 'perfect wedding dress' - Wed, 11 Jan, 2006
New figures show that the cost of the perfect white wedding is increasing and that brides-to-be are happy to enter into debt to have the right dress. ... [more]

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