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Lloyds TSB 'makes paying utility bills easier' - Thu, 30 Nov, 2006
High street bank Lloyds TSB is reducing the need to store paper bank bills by launching a new organisational service online.... [more]

Changes to pensions welcomed by ABI - Thu, 30 Nov, 2006
Yesterday's pension reform measures, revealed in the publication of the pensions bill, are "a step in the right direction", according to the Associ... [more]

First-time buyers 'should save as much as they can' - Wed, 29 Nov, 2006
Consumers should save as much money as possible before making their first step onto the property ladder, according to the Halifax.... [more]

Consumers advised to consider loan options - Wed, 29 Nov, 2006
It is important that consumers shop around for the most competitive personal loan rates when borrowing money to fund cosmetic surgery, a UK bank sugge... [more]

MPs 'want savings changes implemented' - Tue, 28 Nov, 2006
Some 58 per cent of MPs believe that those too old for a child trust fund (CTF) and too young for an individual savings account (Isa) deserve to have ... [more]

Different age groups 'save for contrasting reasons' - Tue, 28 Nov, 2006
People in their 20s predominantly save their money for three reasons, according to new research.... [more]

Abbey welcomes Isa 'simplification' - Mon, 27 Nov, 2006
The Abbey has welcomed the government's moves to make individual savings accounts (Isas) less complicated.... [more]

Christmas shoppers 'spending earlier' - Mon, 27 Nov, 2006
UK consumers are buying their presents earlier and spending more than £350 on average, new research reveals.... [more]

Raising the pension age 'the right thing to do' - Fri, 24 Nov, 2006
A leading member of the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is arguing that raising the pension age is necessary to avoid UK workers leaving signif... [more]

Government plans 'good news for savers' - Fri, 24 Nov, 2006
New government proposals to facilitate the transfer of individual savings accounts (Isas) into stocks are expected to come as good news for savers in ... [more]

ACA outlines ways to encourage pension provision - Thu, 23 Nov, 2006
The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has commented on ways in which the government can promote better pension provision, making a number of k... [more]

'Long way to go' to get pensions right - Thu, 23 Nov, 2006
New reports suggest that millions of UK workers are failing make adequate pensions provisions for the future, whilst many are not aware of government ... [more]

Christmas consumers 'opting for cash over credit' - Wed, 22 Nov, 2006
UK consumers are using their "hard-earned" money to get them through the Christmas period, rather than opting for credit, new research reveals.... [more]

Scottish house price "boom" continues - Wed, 22 Nov, 2006
Scottish house prices are rising quicker than anywhere else in the UK, new research reveals.... [more]

ifs welcomes Tories' stance on financial literacy - Tue, 21 Nov, 2006
Conservative Party proposals to introduce financial literacy into the school curriculum have been welcomed by ifs School of Finance (ifs), on the basi... [more]

Mortgage lending 'remains robust' - Tue, 21 Nov, 2006
New figures indicate that mortgage lending levels remain significantly high into the end of the year, as upwards trends in borrowing continue apace. ... [more]

Citizens Advice welcomes borrowing measures - Mon, 20 Nov, 2006
Debt relief proposals outlined in the Queen's Speech have been welcomed by charity organisation Citizens Advice, highlighting low cost insolvency as ... [more]

NCC provides basic banking blueprint - Mon, 20 Nov, 2006
The National Consumer Council (NCC) has announced a blueprint for basic banking, encouraging consumers to get the most out of current accounts. ... [more]

Financial charity welcomes new report - Fri, 17 Nov, 2006
Financial charity ifs School of Finance has welcomed a report from the Treasury select committee, which offers advice on savings and money management.... [more]

Bond's car insurance 'would exceed £7k' - Fri, 17 Nov, 2006
James Bond's car insurance premiums would equate to £7,108.50, according to a car finance company.... [more]

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