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UK Personal Insolvency Rates Reach 10 Year LowMoneyExpert (blog)The Money Advice Trust, the body running National Debtline also welcomed the news about falling insolvency rates but expressed reservations about rising debt levels. "Many households will be able to accommodate this extra borrowing as the economic ...
The IndependentWeekly Money: the personal finance stories you might have missed 27 to 31 JulyThe IndependentThe cost of car insurance is being pushed up by a fresh wave of claims for personal injury such as whiplash, warns the Association of British Insurers. The average price for a year's comprehensive cover increased by 2.1 per cent in the last three ...
The IndependentWeekly Money: The personal finance stories you might have missed 20 to 24 JulyThe IndependentThe energy firms now owe us more than £1.1bn. Not all of us, however. Only about half of British homes are owed money, which is on average £93, according to uSwitch. The debts have built up because many homes used less energy than they paid for but ...
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The IndependentWeekly Money: the personal finance stories you might have missed 13 to 17 JulyThe IndependentIts report published today reveals that at GCSE level where financial education is compulsory, just 36 per cent of girls currently learn about personal finance, while 45 per cent of boys the same age do. Girls also receive significantly fewer classroom ...
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UK Personal Insolvency Rates Reach 10 Year Low - MoneyExpert (blog)

UK Personal Insolvency Rates Reach 10 Year LowMoneyExpert (blog)The Money Advice Trust, the body running National Debtline also welcomed the news about falling insolvency rates but expressed reservations about rising debt levels. "Many households will be able to accommodate this extra borrowing as the economic ...
(31-07-2015)

Weekly Money: the personal finance stories you might have missed 27 to 31 July - The Independent

The IndependentWeekly Money: the personal finance stories you might have missed 27 to 31 JulyThe IndependentThe cost of car insurance is being pushed up by a fresh wave of claims for personal injury such as whiplash, warns the Association of British Insurers. The average price for a year's comprehensive cover increased by 2.1 per cent in the last three ...
(30-07-2015)

Weekly Money: The personal finance stories you might have missed 20 to 24 July - The Independent

The IndependentWeekly Money: The personal finance stories you might have missed 20 to 24 JulyThe IndependentThe energy firms now owe us more than £1.1bn. Not all of us, however. Only about half of British homes are owed money, which is on average £93, according to uSwitch. The debts have built up because many homes used less energy than they paid for but ...
(23-07-2015)

How to prepare your money for an interest rate rise - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukHow to prepare your money for an interest rate riseExpress.co.ukWeather 18°. London, UK · HOME · News · Sport · Comment · Finance · Travel · Entertainment · Life & Style · Pics · Vids · Personal Finance · City & Business · The Crusader · Home · Finance · Personal Finance; How to prepare your money for an interest ...and more »
(19-07-2015)

Weekly Money: the personal finance stories you might have missed 13 to 17 July - The Independent

The IndependentWeekly Money: the personal finance stories you might have missed 13 to 17 JulyThe IndependentIts report published today reveals that at GCSE level where financial education is compulsory, just 36 per cent of girls currently learn about personal finance, while 45 per cent of boys the same age do. Girls also receive significantly fewer classroom ...
(17-07-2015)

Britons miss out on £296million in travel tax rebates: How to claim your money ... - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukBritons miss out on £296million in travel tax rebates: How to claim your money ...Express.co.ukLondon, UK · HOME · News · Showbiz · Sport · Comment · Finance · Travel · Entertainment · Life & Style · Personal Finance · City & Business · The Crusader · Home · Finance · Personal Finance; Britons miss out on £296million in travel tax rebates: How ...
(15-07-2015)

The Expert View: Drax, International Personal Finance & Pearson - Citywire.co.uk

Citywire.co.ukThe Expert View: Drax, International Personal Finance & PearsonCitywire.co.ukThe Expert View: Drax, International Personal Finance & Pearson. A roundup of analyst commentary on shares, including Marks and Spencer and Lakehouse. Comment. by Michelle McGagh on Jul 14, 2015 at 05:01. Photo 1 of 6 Previous Next. If you would ...and more »
(14-07-2015)

DVLA alter car hire rules following backlash by furious British holidaymakers - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukDVLA alter car hire rules following backlash by furious British holidaymakersExpress.co.ukLondon, UK · HOME · News · Showbiz · Sport · Comment · Finance · Travel · Entertainment · Life & Style · Personal Finance · City & Business · The Crusader · Home · Finance · Personal Finance; DVLA alter car hire rules following backlash by furious ...and more »
(10-07-2015)

Weekly Money: The personal finance stories you might have missed 6 to 10 July - The Independent

The IndependentWeekly Money: The personal finance stories you might have missed 6 to 10 JulyThe IndependentRachel Springall of Moneyfacts points out that a balance of £2,000 could earn £97.80 a year with TSB's Classic Plus account, while a balance of £20,000 with Santander could earn £592. Meanwhile, RCI Bank UK's Freedom Savings Account, the best easy ...
(10-07-2015)

Budget 2015: changes to income tax and the personal allowance - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukBudget 2015: changes to income tax and the personal allowanceTelegraph.co.ukThe couple, who both work in retail, say the personal allowance changes will allow them to save more. They currently put aside £200 a month. Ms Benham said: "We have a lot of fixed costs, but use shared spreadsheets to keep track of things like food ...What Summer Budget 2015 might mean for your moneyContractor UKSummer Budget 2015: What it means for your moneyExpress.co.ukBudget 2015: National Living Wage introducedAOL Money UKall 2,812 news articles »
(08-07-2015)

The price is wrong: survey exposes lack of personal finance knowledge in UK - The Guardian (blog)

The Guardian (blog)The price is wrong: survey exposes lack of personal finance knowledge in UKThe Guardian (blog)The average full-time salary before tax in the UK is £27,000 and the public are near the mark with an average guess of £25,000. However, they also estimate that 10% of the population earn £150,000 or more, enough to put them in the top tax bracket ...
(07-07-2015)

Only half of British Graduates will be able to pay off student loans

New figures today from the House of Commons library show that British graduates will only be able to pay half of their loans with their estimates that taxpayers will have to pay £2.5 billion more in taxes to compensate for these student debts.
(25-02-2015)

Prostate cancer and ovarian cancer awareness month – How AIG Cancer Cover could help

As two of the common cancers affecting men and women – Prostate and Ovarian cancer - are the focus of March awareness campaigns, AIG outlines how its unique Cancer Cover insurance policies provide vital financial and emotional help when it is needed most.  
(18-03-2013)

Heart attack and stroke insurance policy

Chartis Direct has launched a new Heart Attack and Stroke insurance policy, which gives cash payouts on diagnosis of either a heart attack or stroke.  There is a choice of cover level, giving £15,000, £25,000 or £50,000 on diagnosis.
(10-09-2012)

New survey shows how little we could afford to help in times of crisis

A new survey has revealed that £454.60 is the average amount of money that people would lend to a friend suffering from a long term illness such as cancer. This equates to just less than a week’s extra pay, based on average gross weekly earnings of £458*.
(30-05-2012)
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