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The Consumer Financial Education Body (CFEB) is launching a new Moneymadeclear™ consumer campaign - Have a Savvy Christmas - which aims to help everyone manage their money throughout the festive season.
The Government is urging carers to ensure that they are protecting their pension for the time they are not in work. 
The average household spent £455 a week last year, down from £471 a week in 2008 according to the Office of National Statistics.
Parents will spend a bumper £2.2 billion on festive presents for their children this year

Customers in the UK are less loyal to their banks than in recent years, due in part to perceptions that banks are more interested in profits than their customers’ best interests
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Calls for an end to the scandal of fuel poverty

An estimated 6.6 million UK households, of which 4.6 million are in England, are struggling to afford to heat and power their homes. 
(17-03-2010)

Daydreaming into retirement

Only 7% of Britons expect to be able to afford an independent retirement. 
(17-03-2010)

Daydreaming into retirement

Only 7% of Britons expect to be able to afford an independent retirement. 
(17-03-2010)

Daydreaming into retirement

Only 7% of Britons expect to be able to afford an independent retirement. 
(17-03-2010)

The sellers of worthless shares are at it again.

Hang up if you get an unexpected call offering you shares! The FSA and Police have contacted 1,000 share fraud targets after seizing another boiler room ‘master list’.
(15-03-2010)

NEW HELP FOR PEOPLE IN DEBT

 Lenders and a debt advice provider are to introduce additional help to consumers facing struggling to meet their loan repayments.
(15-03-2010)

Credit card changes

Changes are to be made to the way credit cards operate. The key changes will be in place by the end of this year and will become part of The Lending Code.
(15-03-2010)

The cost of public service pensions

The National Audit Office has published a report on the cash costs involved in paying public service pensions.
(12-03-2010)

Save on your mobile phone deal

Would you believe it! There are more than 9 million mobile phone tariffs out there.
(11-03-2010)

Good news and bad news on fraud.

Fraud on debit and credit cards fell by more than a quarter in 2009 but online fraud rose by 14%.
(10-03-2010)

Good news and bad news on fraud.

Fraud on debit and credit cards fell by more than a quarter in 2009 but online fraud rose by 14%.
(10-03-2010)

Eco News Weekly Round Up 09-03-2010

Eco Money Saving Advice - Having attended Ecobuild 2010 at Earl’s Court in London, the theme of this week’s Eco News is Eco Property. Eco Entertainment - Check out this video to see what Ecobuild is all about, and see what Boris Johnson had to say: www.ecobuild.co.uk/video.html
(09-03-2010)

Spring clean your finances - brush up on your consumer rights.

We lose £4,950 each in our lifetimes on faulty goods we don’t take back to the shops.
(08-03-2010)

Interest Rates

Interest rates unchanged.
(04-03-2010)

‘Group buying’ drives down prices.

The founder of a big discount website comes up with new wheeze
(03-03-2010)
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