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Tisa backs new savings plan - Wed, 15 Aug, 2007
A scheme proposed recently by the Conservative Party and designed to encourage worthwhile savings habits among UK consumers has been backed by the Tax... [more]

First-time buyers 'want friendly advice' - Tue, 14 Aug, 2007
A new report has suggested that first-time home buyers in the UK want friendly advice when they come to consider their mortgage borrowing options.... [more]

A third of business bosses 'unlcear' over corporation tax - Tue, 14 Aug, 2007
Recent research from the Bank of Scotland has found that around 32 per cent of all small business bosses in the UK are unclear about how corporation t... [more]

One million retirees still paying their mortgage - Mon, 13 Aug, 2007
Around 1.1 million retirees in the UK are still paying off their mortgage, according to data compiled by Scottish Widows.... [more]

Many young Brits 'choose money over university' - Mon, 13 Aug, 2007
Many young Britons would rather start earning money in the short-term than accumulate debt by heading to university, a recent study has shown.... [more]

Over 50s 'make billions worth of alternative investments' - Fri, 10 Aug, 2007
British consumers aged over 50 have made close to £2.5 billion worth of alternative investment during the past five years in an effort to supplement t... [more]

'Average Brits' savings cut by third' - Fri, 10 Aug, 2007
The average amount added to a savings pot in the UK was a third less during May, June and July of this year compared to the same period during 2006, a... [more]

Report points to 'pensions worry' for middle aged Brits - Thu, 9 Aug, 2007
Millions of middle aged British consumers are not yet contributing to their pensions savings pot, according to a new report from Edward Jones.... [more]

Parents savings 'can't match student fees' - Thu, 9 Aug, 2007
Millions of parents in the UK have found that their savings cannot meet the financial demands presented when their child attends university, a new rep... [more]

Three-quarters of Brits worry about money - Wed, 8 Aug, 2007
More than three-quarters (77 per cent) of British consumers say they worry about their family's financial situation, according to recent research.... [more]

Students get credit card warning - Wed, 8 Aug, 2007
Student across the UK have been warned to take care when it comes to using a credit card to fund their lives at university.... [more]

Retirement investments 'target diversified schemes' - Tue, 7 Aug, 2007
Retirement investments are most commonly targeted at diversified schemes in the UK, according to the latest figures compiled by the James Hay company.... [more]

Consumers 'still keen on buy to let' - Tue, 7 Aug, 2007
British consumers are still keen on the practice of buy to let property investing, according to Standard Life.... [more]

Mortgage worries worsen for thousands of Brits - Mon, 6 Aug, 2007
Mortgage repayment concerns have worsened for thousands of British consumers during the fist six months of this year, according to the latest figures ... [more]

Savings habits 'set to shift' - Fri, 3 Aug, 2007
The savings habits of consumers in the UK are set to shift during the coming decades as women take greater control of household finances, a new report... [more]

Bank maintains cost of borrowing - Fri, 3 Aug, 2007
The Bank of England has opted to hold fire and maintain the cost of borrowing at the current level of 5.75 per cent.... [more]

Women 'better with money' - Thu, 2 Aug, 2007
Women are slightly better at handling their money than their male counterparts in the UK, according to research carried out by Engage Mutual Assurance... [more]

Mortgage firms hit with FSA fines - Thu, 2 Aug, 2007
Three British mortgage brokers have been fined more than £10,000 each by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) for what the organistaion called "poo... [more]

Borrowing levels soar among first time buyers - Wed, 1 Aug, 2007
The average amount of money being borrowed by first time buyers in the UK has risen from around £75,000 to £130,000 since 2003, according to the lates... [more]

Thousands reclaim 'forgotten money' - Wed, 1 Aug, 2007
Thousands of consumers around the UK are reclaiming money they had forgotten was theirs, according to the British Bankers Association (BBA).... [more]

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