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Brits spend big on Fido and friends - Mon, 16 Apr, 2007
Brits have been splashing the cash in the last five years on cats and dogs, according to the latest research from Halifax Pet Insurance.... [more]

Brits put bonuses to work - Fri, 13 Apr, 2007
Brits are putting their bonuses to good use, with the latest research showing that more than half are either saving them, using them to pay off their ... [more]

Sipps costs drop in price war - Thu, 12 Apr, 2007
Increased competition in the market has led to a reduction in the average costs of self-invested personal pensions (Sipps), reveals new research.... [more]

'People would benefit' from local tax, say Scot Lib Dems - Thu, 12 Apr, 2007
The Scottish Liberal Democrats have said that the proposed local income tax that would replace council tax north of the border could leave 70 per cent... [more]

Isa use urged by A&L - Wed, 11 Apr, 2007
Potential savers are being urged to take advantage of the tax-free advantage that an individual savings account (Isa) offers by financial services pro... [more]

Motorists urged to haggle over car cost - Wed, 11 Apr, 2007
Consumers looking to purchase a motor vehicle using a car loan have been urged to shop around, for both the loan itself and the car they are thinking ... [more]

Car insurance costs fall - Tue, 10 Apr, 2007
People may be keener to borrow money in the form of a car loan to find a new motor purchase following the news from AA that car insurance premiums fel... [more]

First-time buyers 'opt for fixed-rate' - Tue, 10 Apr, 2007
A record number of first-time buyers opted for fixed-rate loans in February this year, according to the latest statistics from the Council of Mortgage... [more]

Northern Irish parents 'top up CTFs the most' - Thu, 5 Apr, 2007
Northern Irish parents are the most generous when it comes to topping up their children's child trust fund accounts (CTFs), it has emerged.... [more]

Parents 'opting for cash CTFs over stakeholder accounts' - Thu, 5 Apr, 2007
Parents are more likely to select cash-based child trust fund (CTF) accounts for their children than stakeholder CTFs, according to a high street bank... [more]

Home equity 'highest in south-east' - Wed, 4 Apr, 2007
People in the south-east of England hold the highest amount of equity in their homes compared to the rest of the UK, new figures reveal.... [more]

Savers advised to utilise Isas early - Wed, 4 Apr, 2007
Consumers should add to their individual savings accounts (Isas) sooner rather than later in the new tax year, according to one high street bank.... [more]

CTF take-up reaches 2.6 million - Tue, 3 Apr, 2007
As the child trust fund (CTF) programme approaches its second anniversary, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announces that more than 2.6 million accoun... [more]

OFT advises homebuyers to look for the logo - Tue, 3 Apr, 2007
The Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is encouraging those looking to get involved in the home buying process to ensure that they use estate agents with th... [more]

Changes made to the way fraud is reported - Mon, 2 Apr, 2007
There will now be less bureaucracy involved in recording fraud and investigating crimes of this type will be streamlined, according to the Association... [more]

Borrowers playing 'base rate roulette' - Mon, 2 Apr, 2007
Borrowers in the UK, such as those with mortgages and personal loans, are nervously awaiting the outcome of next week's interest rate decision, accor... [more]

NCC urges government to take energy bill action - Fri, 30 Mar, 2007
The government needs to do more to ensure that it meets its 2010 fuel poverty target, according to the National Consumer Council (NCC).... [more]

Consumers urged to top up Isas early - Fri, 30 Mar, 2007
Consumers should top up their individual savings accounts (Isas) at the beginning of the tax year in order to see their money grow to its full potenti... [more]

Britons 'financially unprepared for kids' - Thu, 29 Mar, 2007
A total of 86 per cent of Britons would not be able to afford the cost of having a child if they or their partner were to fall pregnant during the com... [more]

ABI calls for pensions transparency - Thu, 29 Mar, 2007
The government needs to be transparent regarding the costs of pension personal accounts, according to the Association of British Insurers (ABI).... [more]

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