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STUDENTS COULD SAVE £4,000 A YEAR AND STILL HAVE WHEELS

British undergraduates could knock £4,000 off the cost of a degree by changing their motoring habits.
(21-01-2010)

DEBT ADVICE PILOT PROJECT GOES LIVE ACROSS THE UK

Currently, demand for debt advice outstrips capacity and advisers are seeing more clients who are able to work on resolving their own debt problems.
(20-01-2010)

The UK spends £31 billion per year on middle class welfare

 The cost of middle class welfare in the UK is £31 billion per year, according to new research published by the independent think tank Reform.
(18-01-2010)

Three quarters of us have done the Christmas shopping!

One of the UK’s big gift retailers has taken a look at how many people have already done their Christmas shopping, and has found that for nearly half it’s already done and dusted.
(21-10-2009)

Problems over lettings and sales rise

The Ombudsman's office is getting four calls and hour about problems with lettings and property sales disputes are on the rise again too.
(21-10-2009)

Choose a willwriter with a proper qualification

For the first time in its history, willwriting is to have its first professional qualifications, provided by the newly formed Fellowship of Professional Willwriters and Probate Practitioners in conjunction with the UK’s largest awarding body Edexcel.
(21-10-2009)

Banking industry warns about a growing card fraud scam

Never share your PIN with anyone (including the police or your bank) Be wary when receiving unsolicited phone calls from people claiming to be from their bank or card company. If in doubt, call the bank or card company back on a number you know to be correct. Give cold-callers a cold reception!
(21-10-2009)

RECESSION GIVES BIRTH TO NATION OF MONEY MANAGERS

Britons are now taking money matters into their own hands and two thrids have changed how they manage their money.
(14-10-2009)

Gamblers in debt need better education and help

Problem gamblers are in debt to the tune of up to £6,000.
(14-10-2009)

Higher home insurance if you're unemployed!

‘Perceived’ risks could add up to pricier premiums for the unemployed wanting to insure their homes.
(14-10-2009)

£2.40 a week more for pensioners

The basic state pension will rise by £2.40 a week next year following news that inflation slumped to a five-year low during September.  
(13-10-2009)

NEW DRIVERS PLUMP FOR SMALLER FOR THEIR FIRST CAR TO DRIVE DOWN PREMIUMS

SIZE MATTERS – SAVVY NEW DRIVERS PLUMP FOR SMALLER FOR THEIR FIRST CAR TO DRIVE DOWN PREMIUMS BUT ARE LESS CLEVER WHEN IT COMES TO FINANCING.
(11-09-2009)

Help to plan for retirement

Almost one third of people may face financial difficulties when they retire, according to new research, and the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and Association of British Insurers (ABI) has launched a tool to help.  
(11-09-2009)

Families bound together by finances

The 'Financial Family' is a collaborative unit, sharing knowledge and money and will become more important over next 20 years
(14-08-2009)

Further education important in getting a job, learners say

Most college learners believe their course played an important role in getting a job.
(13-08-2009)
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