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UK Employers Cutting Costs - Fri, 31 Oct, 2008
Nearly 80% of UK businesses are set to say "bah humbug" to the office Christmas party this year.... [more]

No Interest-Only Mortgages for Lloyds TSB Customers - Thu, 30 Oct, 2008
Lloyds TSB has blocked its ... [more]

Icesave Investors Due for November Pay-Out - Wed, 29 Oct, 2008
British savers with deposits in failed Icelandic bank Icesave could be reimbursed a... [more]

Outrage Over Credit Cards with 222% APR - Tue, 28 Oct, 2008
Consumers with poor credit histories are being targeted by unscrupulous high street retailers. About 100 retailers including chains such as Woolworths... [more]

Leicestershire Debt Counsellors Struggling to Cope with Demand - Mon, 27 Oct, 2008
Debt advisors in Leicestershire are having to turn people away because the ... [more]

Britain Heading for Recession - Fri, 24 Oct, 2008
After months of forecasts and speculation, official data has revealed that the UK economy shrank by 0.5% between July and September, putting the count... [more]

Child Savings Still Going Strong - Thu, 23 Oct, 2008
The UK may be teetering on the edge of a recession, but the latest figures on Child Trust Funds show that parents are committed to ... [more]

Barnsley Building Society taken over by rival - Wed, 22 Oct, 2008
Barnsley Building Society is to be bought out by its larger rival the Yorkshire Building Society.... [more]

Negative Equity: Home Repossessions are Last Resort - Tue, 21 Oct, 2008
Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has published a report which estimates that by the end of October 335,000 homes will be worth less than t... [more]

Government pledges help for small businesses - Tue, 21 Oct, 2008
Lord Mandelson, the newly-appointed Business Secretary, has announced government plans to provide help for small UK businesses.... [more]

September Borrowing Highest Ever for UK Government - Mon, 20 Oct, 2008
The UK government borrowed more money in September than in any other month since records began in 1946.... [more]

Petrol Prices Finally Coming Down - Mon, 20 Oct, 2008
This weekend finally saw some price-cutting competition entering the nation's petrol forecourts as ASDA and Morrisons both dropped their price for a ... [more]

Banks Banned from Paying Dividends - Fri, 17 Oct, 2008
The banks set to benefit from the UK government's bail-out package are to be banne... [more]

Audit Commission admits £10m Icelandic deposit - Thu, 16 Oct, 2008
The Audit Commission, a watchdog for national and local government spending, has confessed it has £10m in Icelandic ... [more]

Northern Rock Vows to Repay Debt on Time - Wed, 15 Oct, 2008
Northern Rock has vowed to repay its multibillion-pound government loan on time, in spite of plummeting ... [more]

Rising energy bills cause inflation to surge - Tue, 14 Oct, 2008
The rate of inflation in September rose to 5.2 per cent, due to the increasingly high gas and ... [more]

Inheritance Tax Planning More Crucial than Ever - Tue, 14 Oct, 2008
The latest bank bail-out and its financial ramifications will have a direct impact ... [more]

Talks to Avoid Increase in Council Tax - Tue, 14 Oct, 2008
Treasury ministers are to meet this week with town hall and charity leaders to discuss emergency measures to avoid council tax rises, service cuts and... [more]

Bank Injections Push FTSE-100 up 5 Percent - Mon, 13 Oct, 2008
The UK share market reacted positively this morning to the news that major British bank... [more]

The Updated 2008 Stockmarket Glossary - Fri, 10 Oct, 2008
The credit crisis is a serious issue. However, there may be some merit in laughing in the face of recession. Here is the latest memo doing the rounds... [more]

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