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Bank highlights 'the cost of breaking up' - Wed, 14 Feb, 2007
The cost of breaking up with a partner could be more expensive than just a broken heart, according to Richard Al-Dabbagh, senior personal loans manage... [more]

Chip and pin card system 'makes transactions quicker' - Wed, 14 Feb, 2007
It has now been exactly one year since the chip and pin changeover in the UK, with transactions now quicker and shopping queues shorter, according to ... [more]

Banking industry 'on track' with new payments system - Tue, 13 Feb, 2007
The UK payments association Apacs has confirmed its new payment system is on schedule to be completed by November this year.... [more]

Credit cards present 'an easy way to spend money' for teens - Tue, 13 Feb, 2007
Overdrafts and credit cards are used by teenagers as "easy ways" to spend more than they earn, new research reveals.... [more]

UK in savings mood, says Legal & General - Mon, 12 Feb, 2007
The UK is in the mood to save money, according to the latest findings from Legal & General's MoneyMood survey.... [more]

Over 50% of singletons 'want financial flexibility in next relationship' - Mon, 12 Feb, 2007
Some 56 per cent of singletons are looking to be flexible with their finance in their next relationships by putting money in one individual current ac... [more]

British Gas announces lower utility bills - Fri, 9 Feb, 2007
Consumers are set to gain some help paying their utility bills, with British Gas announcing a reduction in gas and electricity prices.... [more]

Which? campaigns to recoup football fans' money - Fri, 9 Feb, 2007
Consumer watchdog Which? is campaigning to help thousands of football fans in the UK recoup millions of pounds.... [more]

Mixed reaction to OFT decision on PPI - Thu, 8 Feb, 2007
Reactions have been mixed to news that the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is to refer the UK's payment protection insurance (PPI) market to the Competi... [more]

Pensions proposals discussed - Thu, 8 Feb, 2007
The government's new personal accounts (PAs) may be less attractive to employers looking to tailor their pension plans, an expert suggests.... [more]

FSA's business plan 'good news for consumers' - Wed, 7 Feb, 2007
The Financial Services Authority's (FSA's) commitment to principles-based regulation is "good news" for consumers, according to the Association of... [more]

Couples 'should save money for their weddings' - Wed, 7 Feb, 2007
Would-be married couples should ensure that they make savings before their weddings, even if other family members are paying for parts of the service,... [more]

More than a quarter of Britons 'unaware of new flight tax' - Tue, 6 Feb, 2007
Some 26 per cent of Britons who plan to travel by plane during the next 12 months do not realise that they face a new tax, a study from Prudential Tra... [more]

Potential first time buyers 'would sacrifice holidays' - Tue, 6 Feb, 2007
More than half of potential first time buyers in the UK would sacrifice their holidays to help them save money to get onto the property ladder, new re... [more]

Legal & General offers executive pensions advice - Mon, 5 Feb, 2007
Help is at hand for individuals who hold executive pensions and are yet to "get their affairs in order", according to Adrian Boulding, wealth policy... [more]

Isa investors 'considering green options' - Mon, 5 Feb, 2007
Around seven in ten people who are planning their individual savings account (Isa) allowance ahead of the new tax year are considering eco-friendly in... [more]

Apacs: Christmas debit card spending grows - Fri, 2 Feb, 2007
Debit card spending increased at a significant rate over Christmas 2006, new research suggests.... [more]

Isa reforms to be established by April 2008 - Fri, 2 Feb, 2007
The UK government is looking to make personal saving simpler and more flexible, it has been announced.... [more]

Which? Money raises concerns over pensions - Thu, 1 Feb, 2007
People in the UK predict that they will need around £312 per week to live when they are drawing their pensions, new research reveals.... [more]

Consumers in mortgage arrears 'should talk to their lender' - Thu, 1 Feb, 2007
Mortgage borrowers who are in arrears are being advised to open dialogue with their lenders in light of reports of a growing number of people falling ... [more]

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