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Saving and borrowing education 'to increase' - Wed, 11 Oct, 2006
An increasing amount of people will be now be able to learn how to save and borrow money, following the Citizens Advice Bureau's (CAB) decision to pu... [more]

Young motorists paying more for car finance - Tue, 10 Oct, 2006
Young drivers are paying more for their car finance, with car insurance premiums for third party, fire and theft rising 4.62 per cent in the third qua... [more]

Investment customers supplied with new tool - Tue, 10 Oct, 2006
Financial customers' life should be made "easier" by a new website that aims to teach about investment.... [more]

Google announces YouTube Acquisition - Mon, 9 Oct, 2006
After several days of speculation, Google has announced its purchase of YouTube, the popular video-sharing site for $1.65bn in shares. ... [more]

AXA: Don't forget travel insurance - Mon, 9 Oct, 2006
UK holidaymakers are spending £97.3 billion of their savings on holidays, according to new research from an insurance company.... [more]

Students still thinking about money - Mon, 9 Oct, 2006
Money is the biggest concern for this year's new set of students heading to universities across the country, new research reveals.... [more]

Student investment scheme aims to improve financial management - Fri, 6 Oct, 2006
Over 30,000 entrants from schools and colleges in the UK have registered for the ifs Student Investor Challenge, which aims to teach young people how ... [more]

Basic bank accounts reach 1m milestone - Fri, 6 Oct, 2006
Basic bank accounts, a facility for individuals who were previously un-banked, have reached one million openings since April 2003, new research reveal... [more]

Happiness linked to money, says report - Thu, 5 Oct, 2006
Half of the national feel they need financial advice in order to follow their dreams of happiness, new research reveals.... [more]

Parents' savings going on the kids - Thu, 5 Oct, 2006
A total of £20 billion of UK parents' money is going on children's toys they rarely use, new research reveals.... [more]

Over-55s 'more financially prepared' - Wed, 4 Oct, 2006
The older an individual is, the more financially prepared they are, according to new research from financial services company Scottish Widows.... [more]

Homeowners want flexible mortgages - Wed, 4 Oct, 2006
Flexibility is the key for borrowers when buying mortgage products, new research by UCB Home Loans reveals.... [more]

Nationwide aims to help first-time buyer market - Tue, 3 Oct, 2006
Nationwide Building Society is hoping to help key-workers, as well as the first-time buyer market, with the introduction of a new mortgage product.... [more]

Parents think children of today save more - Tue, 3 Oct, 2006
British children are saving more than their parents did, according to new research from Bradford & Bingley.... [more]

New advisory service for UK home buying process - Mon, 2 Oct, 2006
First-time buyers and those involved in the home buying process are being offered advice on getting onto the property ladder.... [more]

CTFs are "changing the nation's savings habits" - Mon, 2 Oct, 2006
Parents are keen to invest in their offspring early, as the number of Child Trust Fund (CTF) accounts opened in August continued to grow.... [more]

Britons starting to pay off credit cards - Sat, 30 Sep, 2006
The Bank of England has just released data that shows that indebted UK consumers are paying off their credit card bills faster than ever before.... [more]

New online service from pension group - Fri, 29 Sep, 2006
Consumers could be set to benefit from a new online adviser service from pension and investment organisation Winterthur Life.... [more]

FSA calls on financial providers to help consumers - Fri, 29 Sep, 2006
The fair treatment of financial consumers is the main theme of a new Financial Services Authority (FSA) paper.... [more]

Government urged to address British debt - Thu, 28 Sep, 2006
Much more needs to be done by the government to address the debt of the British nation, according to ifs School of Finance.... [more]

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