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Brits 'have not abandoned their savings' - Fri, 14 Dec, 2007
British consumers have not abandoned their savings habits in recent months, according to a figures compiled by Birmingham Midshires.... [more]

Report highlights extent of UK's 'friendly borrowing' - Fri, 14 Dec, 2007
A report from PayPal has shown that people in the UK have borrowed a total of close to £26 billion from their friends and family over the past 12 mont... [more]

Buy to let landlords 'remain confident' - Thu, 13 Dec, 2007
Buy to let landlords in the UK remain confident about their prospects of making worthwhile returns on their investments, according to a recent survey.... [more]

Report points to 'failings' of sub-prime mortgage sector - Wed, 12 Dec, 2007
A report from Citizens Advice has aimed to highlight some of the problems being caused by the practices of sub-prime mortgage lenders in the UK, it ha... [more]

Holidaymakers get warning over credit card fees - Wed, 12 Dec, 2007
British holidaymakers have been warned that they could be liable to sizable charges for using their credit cards outside of the UK.... [more]

Brits given personal finance health check - Tue, 11 Dec, 2007
British consumers have not scored well in a recent personal finance health check, Abbey has revealed.... [more]

Parliamentary bill 'should consider universal pension' - Mon, 10 Dec, 2007
The pensions bill to be considered by parliament in the coming months attempts to benefit all - and fails to be helpful to anyone as a result.... [more]

Ensure DIY is covered by home insurance, says Biba - Mon, 10 Dec, 2007
The British Insurance Brokers' Association (Biba) has urged consumers to make sure they are adequately covered before attempting DIY projects.... [more]

Parents 'spending big until kids hit 21' - Fri, 7 Dec, 2007
Parents spend an estimated £186,032 raising a child from birth to the age of 21, according to the latest figures.... [more]

BBA: Banks focused on helping financially excluded - Fri, 7 Dec, 2007
Banks in Britain are committed to helping people with their financial decisions and their future monetary issues, according to the chief executive of ... [more]

Calls for child savings tax reforms - Thu, 6 Dec, 2007
Nationwide Building Society has called on the government to adjust the tax system so that more British parents are encouraged to save for their childr... [more]

First time buyers 'struggling to raise deposits' - Thu, 6 Dec, 2007
Would-be first time buyers in the UK are finding it very difficult to raise enough money to place a deposit on the property they are hoping to acquire... [more]

Over-70s top savings list - Wed, 5 Dec, 2007
British consumers aged over 70 have the highest average amount of savings set aside, according to recent research.... [more]

Brits use borrowing to 'finance lifestyles' - Wed, 5 Dec, 2007
Consumers across the UK are using borrowing as a way of securing the kind of lifestyle that they want, despite the financial risks involved, it has be... [more]

Brits urged to sort finances before Christmas - Tue, 4 Dec, 2007
British consumers have been urged to organise their personal finances before Christmas to avoid debt problems in the new year.... [more]

Brits preparing for mortgage costs increase - Mon, 3 Dec, 2007
Millions of UK consumers are preparing themselves for an increase in their mortgage repayment costs in the new year, according to a recent study.... [more]

Buy to let sector 'has held up well' - Mon, 3 Dec, 2007
The buy to let mortgage sector has held up well despite a downturn in activity within the UK's housing market as a whole, it has been suggested.... [more]

Mortgage data 'could prompt borrowing costs cut' - Fri, 30 Nov, 2007
The latest mortgage lending data from the Bank of England could prompt the members of its monetary policy committee (MPC) to consider a cut in the cos... [more]

Online credit card spending set to soar - Fri, 30 Nov, 2007
The UK's payments association Apacs is expecting to see the total amounts spent online using credit cards increase considerably next month in relatio... [more]

Fixed rate mortgage deals 'still popular' - Thu, 29 Nov, 2007
Fixed-rate mortgage deals remain popular with British homeowners despite the wide-spread belief that interest rates are set to fall next year, accordi... [more]

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