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Britons optimistic about 2006 finances - Wed, 4 Jan, 2006
New research has found that over a third of British consumers expect their family's personal finance position to be healthier in 2006. ... [more]

Top Financial Resolutions for 2006 - Tue, 3 Jan, 2006
January is the perfect month for developing new priorities and goals for the year ahead, but this financial plan will work anytime you need to put yo... [more]

Mortgage lending soars - Tue, 3 Jan, 2006
New figures have revealed that gross mortgage lending during November last year was among the highest ever recorded. ... [more]

2005: The year of online money management - Fri, 30 Dec, 2005
Latest research indicates that 2005 will be remembered as the year of online banking, as thousands of Brits chose to tackle their personal finances th... [more]

Insurance warning before new year - Thu, 29 Dec, 2005
Homeowners have been warned to make sure their contents insurance policies are up-to-date in the run up to New Year's Eve. ... [more]

Pensions fight to 'strengthen' - Wed, 28 Dec, 2005
The defence of pension schemes will be a top priority for trade unions in 2006, it has been announced. ... [more]

Save in 2006 with a personal loan - Fri, 23 Dec, 2005
Britons hoping to improve their financial situation in 2006 have been advised to switch from expensive credit cards to a cheap personal loan. ... [more]

Insurance needs reviewing in new year - Fri, 23 Dec, 2005
Britons have been urged to ensure that their contents insurance policies are up-to-date following the festive season, following the release of new res... [more]

Store cards to get "wealth warning" - Thu, 22 Dec, 2005
Store card statements should include warnings to inform consumers of the high interest rates charged by lenders, it has been claimed. ... [more]

Switch suppliers for savings - Thu, 22 Dec, 2005
British consumers can save more than £10 billion by changing their credit card, energy and loan providers, it has been claimed. ... [more]

Christmas credit card warning - Wed, 21 Dec, 2005
Britons have been advised to closely monitor their spending on credit cards during the festive period. ... [more]

Building society savings soar - Wed, 21 Dec, 2005
The amount of savings at Britain's building societies is escalating, the Building Societies Association (BSA) has revealed. ... [more]

Doorstep loans 'should be avoided' - Tue, 20 Dec, 2005
Britons have been warned against the use of doorstep lenders, despite the attraction they may hold during the expensive festive period. ... [more]

Customers advised to opt back into state pension - Tue, 20 Dec, 2005
Customers of one of Britain's leading insurers have been urged to consider opting back into the state second pension. ... [more]

British Gas warning over prices - Mon, 19 Dec, 2005
Centrica, the owner of British Gas, has predicted that energy bills will escalate next year. ... [more]

Tax review 'would have benefited millions' - Mon, 19 Dec, 2005
While the postponement of the council tax revaluation was welcomed by many, it has been claimed that four million Britons will have to continue paying... [more]

Tax victory for family businesses - Fri, 16 Dec, 2005
After a protracted battle with the Inland Revenue, Geoff and Diana Jones have finally tasted victory over tax assessments at the IT business they co-... [more]

Tax codes made easier - Fri, 16 Dec, 2005
In an attempt to improve Britons understanding of their tax codes, millions of taxpayers are to be sent new Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE) coding notices. ... [more]

Shoppers advised to use reward cards - Fri, 16 Dec, 2005
British shoppers have been advised to consider choosing a credit card which doubles up as a store card, in order to take advantage of the benefits the... [more]

Savings reach record level - Thu, 15 Dec, 2005
Britons are putting a greater proportion of their income into savings than ever before, new research has found. ... [more]

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