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Capital Gains Tax increase sadly penalises the old and vulnerable

www.moneyagonyaunt.com today reports that elderly homeowners are being sucked into paying an unfair tax.
(08-06-2010)

What's mine is yours...so may I steal your change?

www.moneyagonyaunt.com today reports that a poll found that a third of respondents have previously taken change from their significant other without them knowing.  More than three quarters, 76%, don’t classify this as stealing.
(08-06-2010)

Credit card market comfortably opens for business again

 www.moneyagonyaunt.com today reports that the credit card market is making a comeback as card providers once again put the ‘open for business’ sign in the window.
(08-06-2010)

£37 million taken out in personal loans to pay for education

www.moneyagonyaunt.com today reports that the cost of education increased by 5% in the 12 months to February 2010.
(07-06-2010)

Petrol prices have not been higher since the late 1910s. What's next?

www.moneyagonyaunt.com today reports that petrol wholesale prices went up 17% this year!  According to the AA, petrol prices are unlikely ever to go below 110p a litre again, even though fuel costs are on their way down again.
(07-06-2010)

Eco News Edition 11 25-04-2010

Hi, I’m Atul Srivastava. Welcome to Eco News! This is where I’ll give you top tips and information, as well as regular advice to help you save money and the environment. Join me each day on Twitter http://ww.twitter.com/ecoexperttv Atul Srivastava Eco Expert www.ecoexpert.tv 
(26-04-2010)

Eco News Edition 10 12-04-2010

Eco News Edition 10  12-04-2010Hi, I’m Atul Srivastava. Welcome to Eco News! This is where I’ll give you top tips and information, as well as regular advice to help you save money and the environment. www.ecoexpert.tv Follow me each day on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ecoexperttv 
(12-04-2010)

Cost of running a car - UP!

The cost of running a car for year has gone up by almost 9% in just five months with fuel up around 10% and insurance costing around 11% more.
(06-04-2010)

Just to make you smile!

We could save £5.5 MILLION on MPs Housing Costs by making them share a flat.
(31-03-2010)

The car scrappage scheme has ended

Car manufacturers took their last orders for new cars under the Government’s Scrappage scheme on Tuesday 30th March. 
(31-03-2010)

New National Minimum Wage rates

New National Minimum Wage rates have been announced and will come into force on 1 October 2010.
(25-03-2010)

The Budget

Labour's last budget before an election - what's in it for you.
(24-03-2010)

ASSISTED SELF HELP SCHEME ‘CASHFLOW’ ROLLS OUT NATIONWIDE

A new service to assist individuals who are keen to negotiate debt repayment plans is being launched tomorrow evening (Wednesday 24th March) by Consumer Minister, Kevin Brennan.  
(24-03-2010)

Silent calls could cost firms £2million.

Firms which cause nuisance and distress to consumers through silent and abandoned calls will face a new maximum fine of £2 million.
(23-03-2010)

ISA Countdown – 1.5 million savers could miss out

Savers have just 9 working days left to make use of this year’s ISA allowance, warn Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.
(18-03-2010)
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