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Women and older customers turn to internet banking - Tue, 4 Oct, 2005
Online banking is most popular with women and those aged between 55 and 64, according to a new report. ... [more]

Increase in minimum wage - Mon, 3 Oct, 2005
The personal finances of a number of workers in the UK will be boosted by the introduction of a higher minimum wage. ... [more]

Debt initiative unveiled - Mon, 3 Oct, 2005
A new scheme has been launched to help people with mounting debts tackle their problems and therefore, reduce rising national debt levels. ... [more]

ISA rates slashed - Fri, 30 Sep, 2005
ISA savers have been warned that many high street savers are slashing the rate of interest paid on ISA savings accounts much further than the 0.25 per... [more]

Post Office enters credit card market - Fri, 30 Sep, 2005
The Post Office has launched what it claims is the first 'responsible' credit card, giving customers the option of transferring their spending to an... [more]

Cahoot offers 5.25% savings account - Thu, 29 Sep, 2005
Online bank cahoot has launched a new internet account paying up to 5.25 per cent gross per annum on savings. The top line savings account rate will b... [more]

OFT warns banks on current account charges - Thu, 29 Sep, 2005
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has warned current account and credit card providers that they must follow guidelines on customers' excessive penalt... [more]

British Gas Price Protection: Avoid - Wed, 28 Sep, 2005
Consumer groups and energy regulator Ofgem are warning customers away from British Gas's heavily pushed Price Protection Plan. ... [more]

Rebel council tax pensioner freed - Wed, 28 Sep, 2005
A council tax rebel pensioner who was given a one week jail sentence for non-payment of £53.71 that she owed to Exeter council has been freed aft... [more]

Egg launches mobile banking - Tue, 27 Sep, 2005
Consumers who enjoy the immediacy and convenience of internet or telephone banking will welcome the introduction of mobile banking. ... [more]

Three quarters still unsure of A Day - Tue, 27 Sep, 2005
Despite the recent warnings and attempts to raise awareness, new research has revealed that around three quarters of consumers are unsure of what A Da... [more]

Guidance on protecting your personal finances - Mon, 26 Sep, 2005
As a recent survey suggests that better saving habits develop with age, a new guide on how to protect your personal finances has been published by All... [more]

Proposals for standard citizens' pension - Mon, 26 Sep, 2005
The pensions system should be transformed to entitle all pensioners to a standard flat rate of £109 a week, according to a new report. ... [more]

Christmas comes early for credit card holders - Fri, 23 Sep, 2005
Despite Christmas still being three months away, credit card companies have started the festive spirit early and are advising consumers to think about... [more]

A Day boosts property investment - Fri, 23 Sep, 2005
Industry analysts are predicting a surge in property investment once the pensions scheme changes have been put in place by A Day. ... [more]

Homeowners reluctant to cause trouble with the neighbours - Thu, 22 Sep, 2005
A recent report suggests that "neighbourly love" has been replaced with resentment as almost half of all homeowners are paying out for damag... [more]

Warnings over increased utilities bills - Thu, 22 Sep, 2005
Industry analysts have warned that recent fuel protests and rising costs will have a negative impact on electricity bills. ... [more]

A Day awareness increases - Wed, 21 Sep, 2005
Standard Life has announced an increase in investments made in its new Self Invested Personal Pension (SIPP) as more Brits become aware of the upcomin... [more]

Energy meters could lower utilities bills - Wed, 21 Sep, 2005
Consumers deserve a higher level of protection from excessive energy charges, according to energywatch. ... [more]

Homeowners could save £6b by remortgaging - Tue, 20 Sep, 2005
Homeowners have once again been encouraged to consider remortgaging their properties as a new report indicated that Brits could save around £6 bi... [more]

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