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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]

DIY parents help kids save money - Thu, 28 Sep, 2006
British parents have added a combined total of £33.4 billion in value to their children's homes over the last five years, according to new research f... [more]

RBS: Birmingham students get more money from parents - Wed, 27 Sep, 2006
University of Birmingham students have the most generous parents when it comes to supplying money, new research reveals.... [more]

Consumers 'misunderstand' current accounts - Wed, 27 Sep, 2006
Despite the number of people planning to switch their current account being high, "the proportion taking any action is low", according to the Abbey... [more]

Billions in pension credit going unclaimed - Tue, 26 Sep, 2006
A total of £2 billion in pension credits will not be claimed this year, according to IFA Promotion, the company that promotes the use of independent f... [more]

Mortgage holders predict working future - Tue, 26 Sep, 2006
Completing mortgage payments "should not mean that people have to put their life plans on hold", according to Debbie Milsom from The One account.... [more]

UK indicates IHT wishes - Mon, 25 Sep, 2006
A total of 34 per cent of people want to pass on an inheritance to their family when they become grandparents, a new survey reveals.... [more]

Apacs: Internet bankers are complacent - Mon, 25 Sep, 2006
People in the UK are still unaware of the best security measures to take when banking online, new research reveals.... [more]

Building society sees further savings opportunity - Fri, 22 Sep, 2006
Nationwide Building Society is calling on the government to build on the "great success" of the Child Trust Funds (CTF).... [more]

Car insurance customers 'should be vigilant' - Fri, 22 Sep, 2006
Extra precautions need to be taken by motorists over the next three months, according to insurance provider Norwich Union.... [more]

Rics 'unsurprised' by mortgage lending upturn - Thu, 21 Sep, 2006
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) suggests August's increase in new mortgage lending is unsurprising, following the release of yest... [more]

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