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Parents offered 'ethical' CTF opportunity - Tue, 31 Oct, 2006
A total of 64 per cent of parents would prefer to choose an ethical child trust fund (CTF) rather than a standard one, new research reveals.... [more]

'UK shows improvement in IHT planning' - Tue, 31 Oct, 2006
People are improving their methods of inheritance tax (IHT) planning, according to new research from, the website promoting the benefit... [more]

Winter motorists warned over car insurance - Mon, 30 Oct, 2006
Drivers need to ensure their car insurance policies are up to date as the darker night-time conditions draw in, it has been advised.... [more]

Middle aged consumers 'saving more' - Mon, 30 Oct, 2006
Those aged between 30 and 50 years old currently have the highest saving levels, new research reveals.... [more]

Football fans 'spending thousands' - Fri, 27 Oct, 2006
Non-league football fans are spending thousands of pounds of their savings on watching their favourite teams, new research reveals.... [more]

Parents 'confused' over CTF saving options - Fri, 27 Oct, 2006
A total of 75 per cent of parents have established child trust funds (CTFs) for their children, according to new figures from the financial group Fami... [more]

Apacs: Progress made in credit card industry - Thu, 26 Oct, 2006
The credit card industry has made a number of improvements regarding transparency, according to payment association Apacs.... [more]

Building society reports CTF upturn - Thu, 26 Oct, 2006
Parents were "pro-active" in making investments for their children during September, it has been revealed.... [more]

Money talks 'but people don't' - Wed, 25 Oct, 2006
Half of the Welsh population do not like discussing their finances with their partners, new research reveals.... [more]

Stamp duty 'causing Londoners to think twice' - Wed, 25 Oct, 2006
The regional difference in first-time buyers' liability for stamp duty is "shocking", according to Michael Coogan, the director general of the Coun... [more]

HSBC: Graduates should think about pensions - Tue, 24 Oct, 2006
Recent graduates are being urged to turn their attention to pensions, with HSBC warning that leaving this investment until the age of 30 could result ... [more]

Report uncovers customers' online financial risk - Tue, 24 Oct, 2006
A number of online banks are risking the financial security of their customers by not updating their systems to protect from phishing – a method of on... [more]

Men expect better halves to help pensions, says report - Mon, 23 Oct, 2006
Men believe that their partners will help contribute to their pensions income, according to new research.... [more]

UK savings gap "widening" - Mon, 23 Oct, 2006
The average amount people put in their savings fell in the last quarter, according to new research.... [more]

BBA: Mortgage lending on the rise - Fri, 20 Oct, 2006
Net mortgage lending rose by £5.4 billion in September, according to the latest figures from the British Bankers' Association (BBA).... [more]

Legal & General offers pension podcast - Fri, 20 Oct, 2006
Pension customers at Legal & General have access to a three-minute podcast, which offers information and advice on their contracting out decision for ... [more]

Consumers 'raiding savings because of missed birthdays' - Thu, 19 Oct, 2006
Consumers across the UK may be digging into their savings to compensate for the guilt of forgetting birthdays, according to new research.... [more]

Credit card holders offered advice to cut down identity fraud - Thu, 19 Oct, 2006
Credit card holders have been offered tips on how to reduce the likelihood that a criminal will steal their identity.... [more]

'Parents continue to worry about offspring's finances' - Wed, 18 Oct, 2006
A total of 26 per cent of parents expect their children to return home after flying the nest due to money concerns, news research reveals.... [more]

Sainsbury's: Thousands not paying for car insurance - Wed, 18 Oct, 2006
Over 168,000 people between the ages of 17 and 24 admit that they have driven without sufficient car insurance in the past 12 months, new research rev... [more]

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