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Seven million miss out on remortgaging benefits - Fri, 29 Apr, 2005
Seven million Britons have not changed their mortgage since the last Conservative government was in power, Charcol has revealed.... [more]

Saga stresses importance of holiday insurance - Fri, 29 Apr, 2005
Saga has revealed that four out of ten people going on holiday leave sorting out their insurance until the last minute.... [more]

Bike insurance claims rise significantly - Thu, 28 Apr, 2005
Bicycle theft claims have rocketed by 27 per cent in the last year, according Halifax General Insurance.... [more]

April sees house prices rise - Thu, 28 Apr, 2005
Nationwide has released new figures that show an increase of 0.9 per cent in house prices in April.... [more]

Home loans up - Wed, 27 Apr, 2005
The number of home loans agreed last month showed a sharp rise on February, official figures have revealed. ... [more]

Government urged to reform inheritance tax - Wed, 27 Apr, 2005
The government has been urged to consider further changes to inheritance tax. ... [more]

Britons spend over £1.5m in a lifetime - Tue, 26 Apr, 2005
The average UK citizen spends £1,537,380 during their lifetime, according to new research.... [more]

Women unsure about pensions - Tue, 26 Apr, 2005
Women are less certain than men on how much they need to save for retirement but are more easily persuaded to save by their employer, according to a new survey.... [more]

FPB presses politicians on small business issues - Mon, 25 Apr, 2005
The Forum of Private Business (FPB) has met with the major political parties in an attempt to secure pledges for the small business sector.... [more]

BCC says politicians must listen to the needs of business - Mon, 25 Apr, 2005
The president of the British Chambers of Commerce has claimed that politicians must listen to what British business needs if the country is to have a thriving economy.... [more]

New anti-fraud technology launched - Fri, 22 Apr, 2005
Callcredit has developed a new weapon in the war on credit card fraud called CallFraud.... [more]

One third of car crashes will go unclaimed - Fri, 22 Apr, 2005
MORE TH>N has revealed that some 90 per cent of British drivers will be involved in an accident at some point, although a third of them will not make a claim on their insurance.... [more]

Pensioners stand to make £1,500 savings by shopping around - Thu, 21 Apr, 2005
Insuresupermarket.com has revealed that pensioners could save as much as £1,500 a year by wising up to better value insurance.... [more]

British utilities bills head for record highs - Thu, 21 Apr, 2005
Thin liquidity is pushing British gas and power prices ever higher, with speculative buying soaring.... [more]

Bundles not always the best deal for bills - Wed, 20 Apr, 2005
uSwitch.com is warning consumers that the cheapest bundle deal is not always the best value.... [more]

Car insurance rate rise warning - Wed, 20 Apr, 2005
Sainsbury's Bank has warned drivers about the risks posed by unexpected interest rate rises.... [more]

Mortgage first, youth second - Tue, 19 Apr, 2005
Mortgages are more of a concern to the majority of Britons than their appearance, First Direct has revealed.... [more]

New credit card fraud service introduced - Tue, 19 Apr, 2005
The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has responded to consumer fears over credit card fraud and identity theft with a new service aimed at aiding customers restore their credit records should they be the victim of such a crime.... [more]

British Gas stands accused of crafty tactics - Mon, 18 Apr, 2005
Energy Helpline has accused the British Gas of using "crafty tactics" to convince small businesses to sign up for new energy contracts.... [more]

Child Trust Funds being left to waste - Mon, 18 Apr, 2005
Up to £20.4 million is being lost on child trust funds by parents' failure to invest them soon enough, according to Sainsbury's Bank.... [more]

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