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 Millions of home owners risk losing their cover because of mistakes in their applications 

How to be savvy when doing your Christmas shopping

The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) wants shoppers to remember their consumer rights when buying Christmas presents this year.


More then half of adults will use credit cards to pay for spending this Christmas.

Not many happy returns for Brits

Christmas shoppers need to check returns policies and keep receipts when buying presents.

Banking and mental health problems

New plain-English guides to ensure people lacking mental capacity get the banking services they need have been published by the British Bankers’ Association.

News from Which?

Card fees and Pet insurance

Home is where the heart is

More than three quarters of retired Brits want to stay in their current homes. 


Nearly half of mortgage holders don’t have life cover to protect their mortgage

The £12bn Great British Savings Scandal

Savers are missing out on £12 billion a year because banks are keeping us in the dark about miserly interest rates, according to new research by Which?

Interview with the Environmental Justice Foundation

Atul Srivistava - MoneyAgonyAunt's Eco Expert [] says: - Following my report from the Clothes Show 2010, readers asked to see the transcript of the interview with the Environmental Justice Foundation. Here it is...

War for customer retention intensifies as competition between insurers heats up today reports that Deloitte’s insurance survey highlights that price continues to be a priority for non life insurance customers. The research finds that more than 34% of consumers with non life insurance policies have swapped their insurance providers over the past 12 months to save money.

Eco News - save your wallet and the environment! today reports top tips and information, as well as regular advice to help you save money and the environment! 

New student accounts promote insuring campus gadgets today reports that the new Santander Student Current Account offers students heading off to University the peace of mind that their valuable items are insured for 3 years whilst they are university.

Top tips for staying frugal whilst car shopping today reports that that 59% of people buying a new car in the next six months said they would bargain while shopping, compared to only 52% in September 2009.

Credit reports available online for all consumers today reports that consumers can now access their statutory credit report online from three major UK credit reference agencies.
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