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UK 'using personal loans to cover tax bills' - Tue, 9 Jan, 2007
Personal loans may be used to help cover tax bills that are higher than they were originally expected to be, it has been suggested.... [more]

Offset mortgage 'allows consumers to pay same monthly rate' - Tue, 9 Jan, 2007
Borrowers are able to pay the same rate each month regardless of the changes to their savings balance by taking out an offset mortgage at Britannia Bu... [more]

M&S Money: Men slower at repaying debt than women - Tue, 9 Jan, 2007
Men are worse at repaying debt than women, according to new study from Marks & Spencer Money (M&S Money).... [more]

The Children's Mutual supports CTF uptake - Mon, 8 Jan, 2007
New figures indicating that 2.5 million Child Trust Funds (CTFs) have been opened have been welcomed by The Children's Mutual as evidence of a positi... [more]

Chirac proposes tax cuts - Mon, 8 Jan, 2007
The French president Jacques Chirac has stated that the country needs "to take action on corporate tax".... [more]

Tory leader to address utility bill costs - Mon, 8 Jan, 2007
Conservative leader David Cameron will make a speech today telling the UK that the cost of living is on the increase.... [more]

Q4 house prices are 4.2% higher, says lender - Mon, 8 Jan, 2007
House prices in the final quarter of 2006 were 4.2 per cent higher than in the third quarter of the year, new figures reveal.... [more]

Workers 'putting themselves at risk of fraud' - Fri, 5 Jan, 2007
More than eight million employees risk falling victim to fraud as they reveal confidential financial details while at work, claims a payment service.... [more]

New property investment trust 'has advantages' - Fri, 5 Jan, 2007
Having a Real Estate Investment Trust (Reit) can have significant tax advantages, according to Ian McBryde, fund manager at F&C Property Asset Managem... [more]

UK 'more responsible with finance' - Fri, 5 Jan, 2007
UK consumers are becoming more responsible with their finances, according to James Ketchell, spokesperson for the Consumer Credit Counselling Service ... [more]

CTF uptake 'encouraging' - Fri, 5 Jan, 2007
Nearly 2.5 million child trust fund (CTF) accounts have now been opened by parents in the UK.... [more]

Consumers urged to think about borrowing habits - Thu, 4 Jan, 2007
Finance is an issue that should be considered this month, according to consumer website, as many consumers aim to tighten their purse stri... [more]

'Excitement grows over investments' - Thu, 4 Jan, 2007
Investors have had a "greater confidence" in the stock market over the last 12 months, according to Richard Wastcoat, UK managing director of Fideli... [more]

Car insurance customers warned on vehicle safety - Thu, 4 Jan, 2007
There are still a number of basic safety problems with some of the UK's cars, according to consumer group Which?, an issue that could lead to an incr... [more]

Half the nation 'to clear Christmas debt by end of January' - Thu, 4 Jan, 2007
Some 52 per cent of people in the UK expect to clear their Christmas debt by the end of January, new research reveals.... [more]

Mortgage firm predicts busy buy to let market - Wed, 3 Jan, 2007
Investments in UK property continue to remain popular, as the buy to let market increased throughout 2006, new research reveals.... [more]

Firms in Scotland report increased turnover - Wed, 3 Jan, 2007
Some 53 per cent of firms in Scotland made more money in the three months to November 2006 than they did in the previous three-month period, new resea... [more]

Defaqto: HSBC mortgages are the cheapest - Wed, 3 Jan, 2007
Borrowers at HSBC bank paid an average £2,888 for their mortgages in 2006, which was nearly £500 a year cheaper than the most expensive equivalent dea... [more]

Parents 'sacrificing entertainment to save cash' - Wed, 3 Jan, 2007
Some 20 per cent of parents are planning to cut down on restaurant visits in January, as they plan to save their money after Christmas, new research s... [more]

New year 'could cause pensions uncertainty' - Tue, 2 Jan, 2007
The relationship between business and the UK's politicians will be vital in the year ahead, according to Martin Broughton, chairman of British Airway... [more]

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