This Month's Top Articles
Archived 2011-01 news (page 2):
|Car Insurance UK: Potholes take their toll on vehicles |
|25th January 2011|
|Many motorists have driven dangerously to avoid potholes and reduce the likelihood of making a car insurance claim, Kwik Fit has revealed.|
A new survey from the group showed that 38 per cent of drivers have swerved to avoid one of the estimated three million craters on the UK's roads.
|Credit Cards: Credit card fraud 'gradually in decline' |
|25th January 2011|
|The number of instances of credit card fraud is starting to decline, one expert has revealed.|
It is important to remember that it has not gone completely, noted Mark Bowerman, a spokesman for the UK Cards Association, so consumers ne...
|Car Insurance UK: False details put car insurance customers at risk |
|22nd January 2011|
|Drivers may find their car insurance policies invalid if they fail to give their insurer the correct information, one organisation has warned.|
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) emphasised that many applicants do not make previous motoring convictions and other information known.
|Travel Insurance UK: Winter sports call for quality travel insurance |
|19th January 2011|
|People hoping to engage in winter sports this year need to make sure they have good quality travel insurance in place, one expert has said.|
Research shows that 34 per cent of adults would try out extreme sports without seeing whether or not they are covered, explained Asia Yasir, spokeswoma...
|Savings Accounts: Banks urged to be more open with savers |
|18th January 2011|
|More needs to be done by banks to make them more upfront about the rates offered on savings accounts, an expert has identified.|
Jason Riddle, co-founder of Save Our Savers, suggested that life has recently been made far wor...
|Savings Accounts: Brits seek to save more in 2011 |
|15th January 2011|
|Many people are seeking to improve their savings aspirations over the coming year, according to new research from Lloyds TSB|
It found that Brits are collectively hoping to stash away £620 million in their savings accounts...