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Young people out of work

Nearly half of all firms won’t be hiring graduates or school-leavers in the near future according to the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).

Debt Firms told to stop cold calling

10 firms have been warned to stop making unsolicited and misleading calls to advertise their services or face legal action. 

Pensions on a roller coaster.

The stock markets have been up and down like a yo-yo for months and that’s affecting people’s pensions.

The Loan Sharks are Circling.

Around 35,000 more people could fall foul of loan sharks - illegal money lenders – during the recession as they find it more difficult to borrow from high street lenders. 

If you’re into dangerous sports check your travel insurance.

 Whether you want to spend your holiday hydrozorbing or bathing with elephants – check that you have right level of cover in case of an accident.

We owe more than we earn!

For every £1 earned in salary the average person owes £1.02.

Switching banks is easier than you think

69% of people believe they have the best bank account for their needs and UK customers are less likely to switch bank than people in any other European country  according to research by Bacs.

Pilgrims warned to be wary of dodgy tour operators

British pilgrims should check their rights and be wary of dodgy tour operators when booking for Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages.

A new mortgage for first time buyers

There’re almost as rare as hens’ teeth but this morning Lloyds TSB launched a new 95 per cent mortgage. The Lend-a-Hand mortgage is for first time buyers who can put down a 5% deposit.

Riding out recession on 2 wheels

Almost 5 million (13 per cent) UK drivers would be prepared to ride out the recession on two-wheels, according to Post Office® Insurance research.

Walk to school and save £££s

New data shows that the average cost of the school run by car is up to £367 per primary school child per year

Plastic Not Fantastic For British Traditions

While some card schemes are trying to force us towards a cashless society, British idiosyncrasies and love of traditions will ultimately save us from a characterless, all-electronic future.

Latest News on the Home Front.

The National Association of Estate Agents says its Housing Market Survey for April 2009 showed some positive indicators.

The Car Scrappage Scheme takes off.

From today if your car is more than 10 years old you can scrap it and get a £2,000 discount on a new model.


Estate agents sold more houses in April than in any month since October, 2007, according to new figures from the National Association of Estate Agents.
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