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Security investments 'could save students money' - Wed, 16 Aug, 2006
Students should invest in security measures and home insurance to help protect them from burglaries, it has been advised.... [more]

Students urged to save for the future - Wed, 16 Aug, 2006
Students should start to save for the future by cutting down on one pint a day, new research has shown.... [more]

New Warnings over Student Debt - Tue, 15 Aug, 2006
Whether this year’s A Level students are celebrating, commiserating or going through clearing, the latest survey from leading online instant credit i... [more]

IFAP: Students must learn how to manage money - Tue, 15 Aug, 2006
Students need to learn how to budget and take control of their money, according to the organisation that promotes the benefits of independent financia... [more]

Motorists advised to use personal loans for car finance - Tue, 15 Aug, 2006
Taking out a personal loan to buy a car could be better for motorists than choosing to use dealer finance, it has emerged.... [more]

Apacs hails success of chip and pin payment - Tue, 15 Aug, 2006
The UK is "now a truly mature chip and pin nation", according to card association Apacs.... [more]

Men and women 'show different financial habits' - Tue, 15 Aug, 2006
There are "distinct" differences between the way men and women use cash machines and money in general, new research shows.... [more]

Affinity accounts donate £5.8m - Mon, 14 Aug, 2006
Accounts that donate a percentage of their interest to charity generated £5.8 million during 2005, according to the Building Societies Association (BS... [more]

Consumer confidence 'will increase demand for equity release' - Mon, 14 Aug, 2006
Rising consumer confidence is set to raise the demand for equity release products, according to the director of sales and marketing at Norwich Union. ... [more]

'More money for south-east residents' - Mon, 14 Aug, 2006
People in the south-east of England may be best placed to make savings and investments, enjoying greater earnings and a higher quality of life, accord... [more]

PSE expects prepaid expansion - Mon, 14 Aug, 2006
The use of prepaid credit cards in Europe is expected to rise by 110 per cent over the next five years, according to Payments Systems Europe (PSE).... [more]

Passengers offered travel insurance advice - Fri, 11 Aug, 2006
Travellers are being advised that yesterday's terror threats could have a number of implications for their travel insurance.... [more]

HSBC responds to online security claims - Fri, 11 Aug, 2006
HSBC bank has defended its online banking security methods, following claims by researchers at Cardiff University that there is a flaw in its system.... [more]

'Building society customers want face-to-face service' - Fri, 11 Aug, 2006
UK consumers are becoming tired of many of the communication channels used by banks and building societies, new research reveals.... [more]

Munn: Women must start pension savings - Fri, 11 Aug, 2006
Today's independent women are being warned that they may spend retirement dependent upon the state, if they do not start saving for their pensions.... [more]

Under-30s 'most at risk of identity fraud' - Thu, 10 Aug, 2006
People under the age of 30 are most at risk from identity fraud, a new Npower report suggests.... [more]

Telecoms and banks 'July's most popular investments' - Thu, 10 Aug, 2006
"Savvy investors" have continued to seek out the best deals over the last month despite a volatile marketplace, it has emerged.... [more]

Use CTFs to help kids get a mortgage, parents advised - Thu, 10 Aug, 2006
Parents of younger children are being urged to save money regularly, over a long period of time, in order to be able to afford to help them buy their ... [more]

Parents urged to spend money on 'exotic' holidays - Thu, 10 Aug, 2006
A typical family of four will expect to spend around £1,850 while on holiday for a fortnight, according to new research by NatWest – and that is just ... [more]

House price inflation hits first-time buyers - Wed, 9 Aug, 2006
First-time buyers in the UK are faced with average house prices of £199,184, new figures reveal.... [more]

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