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Renting more popular than first-time buying - Fri, 12 Aug, 2005
Despite a number of banks and building societies lowering their standard variable rates in line with the recent cut in interest rates, the number of y... [more]

Mortgage providers urged to raise standards - Fri, 12 Aug, 2005
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has called on mortgage firms to raise the standard of the services they provide to consumers. ... [more]

Further changes to pensions legislation - Thu, 11 Aug, 2005
As consumers are urged to ensure that they are properly prepared for the upcoming changes to pensions schemes, yet more amendments to the legislation ... [more]

Brits to benefit from online debt test - Thu, 11 Aug, 2005
The launch of a new online "debt test" means that consumers will no longer be able to use ignorance as an excuse for running up debts they c... [more]

Increase in mortgage and remortgaging options for homeowners - Wed, 10 Aug, 2005
An exclusive range of adverse products has been launched by Mortgage 2000, in conjunction with Freedom Lending and includes a new three-year stepped d... [more]

Brits happier to shop around for jeans than current accounts - Wed, 10 Aug, 2005
If consumers spent as much time shopping around for the best current account as they do searching for the perfect jeans, they would save hundreds of p... [more]

Impact of interest rate cut already evident - Tue, 9 Aug, 2005
Following last week's decision by the Bank of England (BoE) to go ahead with a cut in interest rates, a number of providers have already lowered thei... [more]

Personal loans used to pay increasing school fees - Tue, 9 Aug, 2005
A recent report has revealed that parents in the UK are willing to take out personal loans to ensure that their children receive the best education. ... [more]

Positive signs for property market - Mon, 8 Aug, 2005
Recent research from the Halifax has indicated that the outlook is improving for potential property buyers. ... [more]

Shop around for student bank accounts - Mon, 8 Aug, 2005
Parents are being urged to ensure that their children have properly organised their personal finance details before heading off to university. ... [more]

Brits encouraged to save for household repair expenses - Fri, 5 Aug, 2005
British homeowners significantly underestimate the amount of money they will end up spending on house maintenance and repairs, with the majority of pe... [more]

Homeowners welcome cut in interest rates - Fri, 5 Aug, 2005
Homeowners and borrowers will welcome the Bank of England's decision to cut interest rates, following yesterdays' August meeting of the Monetary Pol... [more]

Ethical providers see boost in investment - Thu, 4 Aug, 2005
It seems that Brits are taking more time to decide which provider to use and to think about the ethical considerations involved in personal finance tr... [more]

Shopping around can significantly cut phone bills - Thu, 4 Aug, 2005
Consumers could save a significant amount of money on their phone bills this summer, according to research from price comparison service uSwitch.com. ... [more]

Household budget taken up by cost of homes - Wed, 3 Aug, 2005
Rent or mortgage repayments are taking up the majority of people's household budgets, according to a survey by Mint. ... [more]

Share schemes can benefit employees - Wed, 3 Aug, 2005
Employees have been urged to consider joining employee share schemes to benefit from the tax advantages and save money. ... [more]

Calls to write off tax credit overpayments - Tue, 2 Aug, 2005
Opposition ministers have called for the government to write off tax credit debts and help those people struggling to cope with demands for repayment ... [more]

Online help for pensions questions - Tue, 2 Aug, 2005
A number of online services have been set up to help people understand what impact the upcoming changes to the pensions legislation will have on them.... [more]

Lost change can add up to £16.5 billion - Mon, 1 Aug, 2005
Those who claim that they cannot afford to start saving or put money aside each month for saving account have been urged to look down the back of the ... [more]

Summer spending for men - Mon, 1 Aug, 2005
Research has revealed that during the summer months, men are more likely to overspend than women. ... [more]

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