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Financial inclusion fund 'will help people manage money' - Thu, 15 Mar, 2007
The government's new financial inclusion fund will hopefully go towards reducing debt in the UK, as well as helping people manage their money, it has... [more]

Credit cards 'not as popular as cash' - Wed, 14 Mar, 2007
The use of credit cards is increasingly popular in the UK, but consumers still love to use cash, new research reveals.... [more]

Quit smoking 'to boost savings' - Wed, 14 Mar, 2007
Today is national No Smoking Day and Co-operative Insurance (CIS) is urging smokers to quit cigarettes to boost their savings.... [more]

Smokers who quit 'should use savings to pay their mortgage' - Tue, 13 Mar, 2007
The savings which could be made from by giving up cigarettes could act as an incentive for smokers to kick the habit, an expert suggests.... [more]

Rates of interest 'important to savers' - Tue, 13 Mar, 2007
A good rate of interest is the most important factor when choosing a savings account, according to a new survey by Alliance & Leicester.... [more]

UK's collectors finding 'alternative investments' - Mon, 12 Mar, 2007
One in ten collectors in the UK see their collectables as investments, according to new research.... [more]

Would-be first time buyers 'prepared to move abroad to save' - Mon, 12 Mar, 2007
Spain, Australia, New Zealand and the US are the preferred destinations for Britons who wish to move abroad in order to save for a mortgage in the UK,... [more]

Direct debit customers 'could be paying more' - Fri, 9 Mar, 2007
The 9.3 million people who pay for their home insurance by direct debit could be getting charged for the service without knowing it, a financial servi... [more]

Bank keeps interest rates at 5.25% 'as expected' - Fri, 9 Mar, 2007
The decision by the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) to keep interest rates at 5.25 per cent was "widely expected", according to S... [more]

Bank charge campaign 'strikes a chord with customers' - Thu, 8 Mar, 2007
A campaign against bank charges by consumer group Which? has "struck a real chord with the public", according to the organisation's personal financ... [more]

Take advantage of Isas, says Nationwide - Thu, 8 Mar, 2007
Consumers in the UK need to take full advantage of their annual individual savings account (Isa) allowance before the end of the tax year, according t... [more]

Financial patterns 'written in the stars' - Wed, 7 Mar, 2007
Individuals born under the Taurus star sign are more confident about their credit status, new research indicates.... [more]

New foundation finance degree launched - Wed, 7 Mar, 2007
The educational charity ifs School of Finance has launched a new financial services foundation degree, which combines academic and work-based learning... [more]

Holidaymakers 'getting credit card shock' - Tue, 6 Mar, 2007
It is shocking how much people are getting charged when using their credit cards abroad, according to Claire Oldstein, head of communications at the P... [more]

Adult kids 'sapping parents for millions' - Tue, 6 Mar, 2007
A number of adult children are still receiving money from their parents on a regular basis, according to new research.... [more]

Northerners 'get less from their credit cards' - Mon, 5 Mar, 2007
Northerners are "lagging behind" southerners when it comes to utilising their credit card loyalty schemes, it has emerged.... [more]

Citizens Advice calls for independent regulation of bailiffs - Mon, 5 Mar, 2007
Consumer advocacy group Citizens Advice is aiming to establish the independent regulation of bailiffs in the tribunals, courts and enforcement bill, w... [more]

Lifetime mortgages 'to become a key topic for advisers' - Fri, 2 Mar, 2007
Almost one-quarter of advisers expect lifetime mortgages and other equity release products to become a key area of growth over the next five years, ne... [more]

UK consumers 'consider pensions before the rest' - Fri, 2 Mar, 2007
Employees in the UK take the lead when it comes to planning for retirement, new research reveals.... [more]

Bristol school makes most successful investments - Thu, 1 Mar, 2007
Students from a south-west school have "learned a lot about shares", following their success in a nationwide investment competition.... [more]

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