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|Find the best current account|
|10th September 2009|
|Consumers should make sure they fully research the whole of the financial market before committing to a deal in order to maximise their satisfaction. |
In many cases, people are neglecting to shop around for the best deal even if they are receiving poor service from their current bank, despi...
|CCCS: Seek advice if you are in debt after a loan|
|16th May 2009|
|People who may have taken out loans and are now concerned about the amount of debt they are in should not be embarrassed about seeking help.|
This is the opinion of The Consumer Credit Counselling Service (CCCS) which claims that asking for advice is the first step to solving the problem.
|Young people 'need to know about loans and finance too'|
|9th May 2009|
|There is a "clear" case for teaching young people about finances such as loans and car insurance, it has been claimed.|
According to pfeg, the economic situation the world currently finds itself in is proof that everyone needs to learn how to manage their money sensibly.
|Survey reveals many 'sneaky Brits' have secret credit cards|
|7th May 2009|
|Many Brits have secret credit cards or may have existing debt from previous loans which they have kept hidden from their partner, it has been revealed.|
Research conducted by Halifax shows that there are around 217,000 secret cards in the UK, although this only represents around one per cent...
|Brits may compare loans as they "should not pay full price for anything"|
|12th March 2009|
|Brits looking to compare loans or find themselves cheap car insurance during the recession may be interested to hear the opinion of one industry expert.|
Mark Bower, lifestyle sales director at lastminute.com, claimed that people should not be paying full price for anything while the current...
|BoE takes base rate to all-time low|
|7th March 2009|
|The Bank of England (BoE) has once again voted to cut the base rate of interest in the UK.|
By lowering the rate by 0.5 percentage points to 0.5 per cent - the central bank has now set the rate of interest at the lowest level it has even been.
Furthermore, the BoE has also an...
|Brits avoid loans and 'turn to gardening' to beat recession|
|6th March 2009|
|While the credit crunch bites and many Brits could be taking out loans to pay for things such as travel insurance, some have other ideas for saving themselves money.|
According to a survey from Egg.com, 23 per cent of people have now turned part of their garden into a vegetable patch to cut ...
|Parents give their children the lowdown in the crunch, study shows|
|5th March 2009|
|Although they may not know much about loans or home insurance, children are learning more about the credit crunch from their parents, it has been revealed.|
Research carried out for the Co-operative Child Trust Funds has found that 51 per cent of mums and dads are teaching their children abo...
|Expert: Interest rate cuts make no difference|
|28th February 2009|
|An industry expert believes that it is not of great importance whether or not the Bank of England raises or lowers the base rate of interest in the UK.|
In the opinion of Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), the interest rate is not having ...