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Cutbacks on credit card spending planned - Tue, 31 Jan, 2006
UK consumers are intending to reduce their credit card spending during the next three months, it has been revealed. ... [more]

A million miss tax deadline - Tue, 31 Jan, 2006
It has been claimed that nearly one million Britons will have missed today's tax return deadline, despite efforts by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) ... [more]

Mortgage and insurance combined by Direct Line - Mon, 30 Jan, 2006
Direct Line has unveiled an innovative new product which combines a cheap mortgage with reduced price home insurance. ... [more]

Councils consider cuts to keep tax down - Mon, 30 Jan, 2006
Local authorities in England are contemplating reducing frontline services in order to keep council tax bills to a minimum, it has been revealed. ... [more]

Pensions turn away from shares - Fri, 27 Jan, 2006
Many final salary pensions funds are reducing the amount of money they invest in shares, in an attempt to lower the risk of losses, it has been reveal... [more]

Insurance strongly recommended for "bravado" skiers - Fri, 27 Jan, 2006
Britons have been urged to ensure they have adequate travel insurance if they are intending to take a skiing holiday. ... [more]

Home insurance savings to reduce impact of street crime - Thu, 26 Jan, 2006
Brits have been urged to counteract the recent rise in street crime with a greater reliance on home contents insurance. ... [more]

Brits break personal finance pledge - Thu, 26 Jan, 2006
A significant number of Brits have already given up on trying to fulfil their resolutions for the new year, according to new research, with many finan... [more]

Brits use loans to settle debts - Wed, 25 Jan, 2006
Many Britons are choosing to take out loans in order to settle their existing debts, new research has indicated. ... [more]

Offset loans can lead to savings - Wed, 25 Jan, 2006
Offset mortgages can save Britons a huge sum of money, new figures have suggested. ... [more]

Quarter of council tax used for public pensions - Tue, 24 Jan, 2006
A new report has claimed that over a quarter of council tax charges are used to fund pensions for public sector workers. ... [more]

Credit card firms slammed for lending policies - Tue, 24 Jan, 2006
Credit card firms have been condemned for "irresponsibly" providing credit to UK consumers while debt levels soar. ... [more]

Pensions day to debate reforms - Mon, 23 Jan, 2006
The government is to hold a National Pensions Day to give the public the chance to give their opinions on proposals detailed in Lord Turner's pension... [more]

Mortgage lending at its highest in December - Mon, 23 Jan, 2006
Mortgage lending reached its highest recorded level for December in 2005, the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) has announced. ... [more]

Britons opt for tracker loans - Fri, 20 Jan, 2006
Tracker mortgages proved particularly popular towards the end of 2005, new research has revealed. ... [more]

Credit card technology proving popular - Fri, 20 Jan, 2006
The majority of British consumers are pleased with the new chip and pin technology on credit cards and debit cards, a new survey has found. ... [more]

Britons urged to switch to credit cards - Thu, 19 Jan, 2006
Britons are being advised to switch their debts from expensive store cards to credit cards, following the release of new figures. ... [more]

Loans market set to expand - Thu, 19 Jan, 2006
The choice of loans available on the UK market is set to soar as more firms plan to enter the mortgage lending sector in the coming months. ... [more]

Credit cards ditched as Brits prefer debit - Wed, 18 Jan, 2006
Britons are swapping their credit cards for debit cards, new figures have revealed. ... [more]

Review pensions as A-day approaches - Wed, 18 Jan, 2006
Britons have been urged to review their pensions before changes to the industry are introduced on April 6th 2006. ... [more]

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