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Pensions group 'demonstrates its success' - Tue, 14 Nov, 2006
Standard Life has proved its "continuing success in the UK group pensions sector" by reaching one million customers.... [more]

Three-quarters of women 'could struggle in retirement' - Tue, 14 Nov, 2006
Some 74 per cent of women are heading for a "difficult retirement", according to new research.... [more]

Annual credit card fees 'could return' - Mon, 13 Nov, 2006
Card providers may seek to recoup losses by reintroducing annual credit card fees, a new study has found.... [more]

Debit cards 'more popular than credit cards' at Christmas - Mon, 13 Nov, 2006
Debit cards are being used more frequently than credit cards in the run-up to Christmas, new research reveals.... [more]

Parents 'must be alert to children's costs' - Fri, 10 Nov, 2006
Parents must be "more switched on" than ever before regarding their family's finances, according to Liverpool Victoria.... [more]

Mortgage payments 'set to rise' - Fri, 10 Nov, 2006
People in the UK with standard variable-rate mortgages could be paying an extra £292 million a month towards their home loans following yesterday's i... [more]

Parents 'willing to help kids with home buying process' - Thu, 9 Nov, 2006
Some 14 per cent of 18 to 29-year-olds expect their parents to pay a deposit for their new homes, new research shows.... [more]

Over-50s 'want to stay put in retirement' - Thu, 9 Nov, 2006
Some 85 per cent of over-50s in the UK want to remain in their current home when they are drawing their pensions, new research shows.... [more]

Rics calls for interest rate rise - Wed, 8 Nov, 2006
The Bank of England (BoE) has been advised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) to "act this week" regarding interest rate rises.... [more]

'Holiday spending sparks summer savings raid' - Wed, 8 Nov, 2006
Britons have been raiding their savings between July and September, according to new figures.... [more]

School-kids get taste of financial education - Tue, 7 Nov, 2006
Pupils in a number of inner city schools across the country will be offered the chance to get hands-on with their money following a new initiative by ... [more]

Credit card borrowing down, says bank - Tue, 7 Nov, 2006
Credit card borrowing was reduced every month between February and August this year, according to new research from Alliance & Leicester.... [more]

Scotland to see economic growth, says bank - Mon, 6 Nov, 2006
High business confidence and a desire among employers to add to their workforce will fuel economic growth in Scotland, new research shows.... [more]

'Brits using credit cards for the home' - Mon, 6 Nov, 2006
Most credit card spending will be on homes and cars in the lead up to Christmas, new research shows.... [more]

UK urged to take action on debt - Fri, 3 Nov, 2006
Action needs to be taken to stop debt spiralling, according to insolvency company Thomas Charles.... [more]

Treasury's Isa move 'encourages people to save' - Fri, 3 Nov, 2006
People have more of an incentive to save following the Treasury's decision to guarantee the future of individual savings accounts (Isas), according t... [more]

Isa changes 'will benefit youngsters' - Thu, 2 Nov, 2006
Youngsters will be able to "move seamlessly" from child to adult savings accounts, following changes to the individual savings account (Isa) system,... [more]

Financial consumers encouraged to seek advice - Thu, 2 Nov, 2006
The lack of consumer awareness regarding financial matters is the main contributor to the UK's savings gap, new research suggests.... [more]

Money-saving car finance deals 'available online' - Wed, 1 Nov, 2006
Car insurance discounts are available at two-thirds of the companies which allow consumers to purchase policies online, a new report reveals.... [more]

'People want a pension scheme they can trust' - Wed, 1 Nov, 2006
A total of 85 per cent of people believe it is important to be able to trust the organisation responsible for running their pension scheme, a new surv... [more]

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