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First time buyers 'being hit hard' - Thu, 5 Jul, 2007
First time property buyers are being hit hard financially by a combination of rising house prices and increasing interest rates, a new report from Woo... [more]

Spending on cards hits new high - Wed, 4 Jul, 2007
The amount spent on plastic cards in the UK reached a new record high of £321 billion for the whole of last year, according to figures released by Apa... [more]

'More Isa investments than ever' - Wed, 4 Jul, 2007
There were more investments into individual savings accounts (Isas) in the UK during the 2006-07 tax year than any previous 12-month period, according... [more]

Millions 'left idle' in current accounts - Tue, 3 Jul, 2007
Millions of pounds are being left idle in current accounts by British consumers whose money could be working much harder for them, according to a rece... [more]

Young Brits urged to add to their pensions savings - Tue, 3 Jul, 2007
British consumers in their 20s have been urged to add to their pensions savings to avoid serious personal finance difficulties when their reach retire... [more]

Movers urged to reassess mortgage deals - Mon, 2 Jul, 2007
The thousands of people who will move house this summer have been urged to reassess the costs associated with their mortgage deals as they do so by th... [more]

First time buyers 'struggling to save' - Mon, 2 Jul, 2007
Millions of would-be first-time homebuyers in the UK are struggling to save enough money to put down a deposit on a property, according to new researc... [more]

Do something Darling, says building society - Fri, 29 Jun, 2007
Alistair Darling has been called on to take action to help "hard-pressed" consumers as he takes up his role as the new chancellor of the exchequer.... [more]

Calls to end the 'current account con' - Fri, 29 Jun, 2007
The National Consumer Council (NCC) has called on banks to end the "unfair" current account charging practices that are causing serious financial di... [more]

Two in five personal loans used to buy vehicle - Thu, 28 Jun, 2007
Almost two in five people who take out a personal loan do so in order to buy a new vehicle, according to new research by Alliance & Leicester.... [more]

Buy to let housing market 'boomed under Blair' - Thu, 28 Jun, 2007
The buy to let property market in the UK grew by as much as 30 times during the last ten years when Tony Blair was prime minister of the country, acco... [more]

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OFT to address credit card concerns - Wed, 27 Jun, 2007
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has announced its plans to address some of the issues surrounding the lack of financial awareness among UK credit car... [more]

Brits 'turn to lengthier mortgage deals' - Wed, 27 Jun, 2007
Britain's would-be homeowners are becoming increasingly willing to take on a mortgage deal that would take them many years to pay off, according to r... [more]

Millions of Brits 'afraid to face their finance issues' - Tue, 26 Jun, 2007
A full 2.8 million Britons ignore the state of their own finances through a sense of fear over what they will find, according to new research from Sai... [more]

'Strong growth' in offset mortgage market - Tue, 26 Jun, 2007
The UK has seen strong growth in its offset mortgage market in recent months, according to figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).... [more]

Calls for changes to pensions rules - Mon, 25 Jun, 2007
The Alliance Trust has called on the government to change the rules that restrict people with "protected rights" savings from diverting these funds ... [more]

First time buyers 'being forced out' - Mon, 25 Jun, 2007
First time home buyers are being forced out of the housing market in the UK partly because of the increasing number of buy to let property owners, it ... [more]

'Millions go online to start the home buying process' - Fri, 22 Jun, 2007
Millions of British consumers now go online to start their home buying process, according to recent research by Halifax Estate Agents.... [more]

Brits urged to boost retirement savings - Fri, 22 Jun, 2007
Britons have been urged to boost their retirement savings after recent research found that around five million UK adults are convinced they will never... [more]

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