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|Workers keen to save for their future - Mon, 17 Oct, 2011|
Recent research has found that employees are keen to save for their future and would be quite likely to contribute more than the bare minimum to a savings and pension scheme.
Conducted by Standard Li [more]
|Brits not prioritising savings accounts for retirement - Fri, 14 Oct, 2011|
Britons are failing to prioritise their savings for retirement, according to a recent piece of research from Prudential.
The study found that nearly three million non-retired Brits would spend money [more]
|Barroso: Forces of integration will overcome Euro problems - Thu, 13 Oct, 2011|
The crisis within the Eurozone has been a key market influence for some months now, with parties divided over their belief in the Euro countries' capacity for resolve.
But Jose Manuel Barroso, p [more]
|Postal bond paying over 3 per cent launched - Wed, 12 Oct, 2011|
A postal bond that pays 3.05 per cent has been launched by Leeds Building Society to help savers make the most of their cash.
The savings account offers customers the chance to benefit from unlimited [more]
|Fixed rate ISA launched by Chelsea - Tue, 11 Oct, 2011|
People looking for savings accounts have a new option on the cards with the launch of the Chelsea Building Society's new fixed rate ISA.
The competitive savings account will allow customers the [more]
|Survey reveals popularity of online banking - Mon, 10 Oct, 2011|
Online banking remains one of the most popular reasons for using the internet, recent research has revealed.
The survey, conducted by Nationwide Building Society, found that 77 per cent of people go [more]
|Insurers urged to cut car insurance for young people - Fri, 7 Oct, 2011|
Car insurers have been warned that if they don’t make motor insurance for young people more affordable, the car industry will suffer.
Vehicle telematics company Cobra said that if car insurance [more]
|Savers urged to switch as deals run out - Thu, 6 Oct, 2011|
Savings account holders are being urged to remember to switch to better accounts when introductory special offers run out.
Moneysupermarket said that it’s common for savers to sign up for fixed [more]
|Credit card fraudsters switch tactics - Wed, 5 Oct, 2011|
As high-tech tools thwart credit card fraudsters, criminals are turning back to old-fashioned tricks, research has revealed.
Figures from the UK Cards Association show that card losses between Januar [more]
|More being spent on credit cards than on savings - Tue, 4 Oct, 2011|
People are spending more on their credit cards each month than they’re putting into savings, according to new research from Standard Life.
The study found that UK credit card holders spend arou [more]
|Halifax savings account holders could win £100,000 - Mon, 3 Oct, 2011|
Halifax has announced that it will be giving its savings account customers the chance to win up to £100,000 in a monthly draw.
Under the new competition plans, thousands of savers will scoop a [more]
|Nationwide relaunches internet banking - Fri, 30 Sep, 2011|
Nationwide has revamped its internet banking services, with the aim of making online banking easier and faster.
The building society launched the first UK internet bank 14 years ago, but it hopes tha [more]
|Nationwide increases rates on savings accounts - Thu, 29 Sep, 2011|
This week Nationwide Building Society has increased the rates that consumers receive on a selection of its savings accounts.
Its Fixed Rate Bond customers are to benefit from a 0.30 per cent increase [more]
|Pension savings 'put on hold' - Wed, 28 Sep, 2011|
More than a third of British adults have put their savings towards a pension on hold, according to recent research.
Conducted by Prudential, the survey found that 35 per cent of Brits who are yet to [more]
|Third of parents have no savings account for child - Tue, 27 Sep, 2011|
More than a third of parents - 36 per cent - do not have a savings account set up for their child, according to recent research conducted by the Co-operative Bank.
The study found that parents in the [more]
|Research claims loan market rife with poor practice - Mon, 26 Sep, 2011|
The payday loans market is full of poor practice, according to recent research conducted by Which?
The study found that although more people are taking up payday loans, the businesses involved are no [more]
|New credit card phone launched - Fri, 23 Sep, 2011|
Another phone has been launched with the ability to function as a credit card, it has been revealed.
The Samsung Wave 578 on is being launched by Orange in association with Barclaycard and will allow [more]
|Unusual savings service launched by Halifax - Thu, 22 Sep, 2011|
Halifax has launched a rather unusual form of savings account, giving customers the chance to win prizes on top of their general interest.
The Halifax Savers Prize Draw offers a range of cash prizes [more]
|East Midlands tops savings survey - Wed, 21 Sep, 2011|
The East Midlands has been shown to be the region where people are saving the most towards their pension.
A survey from Standard Life found that residents of the area are saving an average of £ [more]
|Google launches credit card alternative - Tue, 20 Sep, 2011|
An alternative to credit cards has been launched by Google in the form of its Google Wallet.
The application works by turning a mobile phone handset into a wallet, allowing consumers to tap, pay and [more]
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