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Pensioners raiding assets and debts are increasing

Researchers during Aviva have detected a pointy drop in a volume of money hold in pensioners’ assets accounts. This is due to some-more and some-more comparison people wanting to spend their assets to cover a cost of living. The researchers found that a normal assets hold by those aged between 65 and 74 stands during [...]

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Ministers launch conference on whiplash automobile word claims

The Justice Secretary, Chris Grayling, has announced skeleton to try to revoke a series of whiplash word claims in a UK in an try to move down a cost of automobile word for drivers. New measures could be introduced to make it easier for insurers to plea whiplash word claims after accidents have taken place. [...]

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Savings experts carefully acquire Autumn Statement changes

Savings experts and consumer watchdogs have delivered churned reactions to final week’s Autumn Statement from a Chancellor George Osborne. While a prolongation of a tax-free ISA assets extent was widely welcomed, pensions experts were unhappy to hear a news that a tax-free grant top would be lowered to £40,000 per year. Saga’s Ros Altmann settled [...]

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Virgin Money might buy MBNA's UK credit label business

Virgin Money is once again in talks to buy MBNA’s UK portfolio, that would put it in line to plea a country’s other high travel lenders, according to reports from Sky News. MBNA and Virgin Money have restarted talks about a squeeze after MBNA’s primogenitor firm, Bank of America, withdrew an progressing auction of a [...]

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One in 10 delinquent on debt repayments

Personal debt levels, a augmenting cost of vital and reduce incomes are contributing to a statistic that 10 per cent of households in a UK have defaulted on a debt repayment, including mortgages, loans and credit cards. Research by consumer watchdog Which? found that usually a entertain of households pronounced they were handling absolutely on [...]

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Want to start saving for subsequent Christmas? Some good seductiveness rates available

Christmas assets accounts can offer some decent seductiveness rates and concede we entrance to your money in time for Christmas 2013. Skipton Building Society’s Christmas Saver comment pays seductiveness rates of 2.4 per cent on monthly assets adult to £250 until Nov 2013, during that indicate a comment will return to a unchanging easy entrance [...]

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Natwest reduces advantages compared with finished account

Natwest’s Advantage Gold Account is being forsaken by Natwest and will now be called a Select Platinum account. The cost of a comment will boost from £12.95 per month to £16 per month. Despite a cost hike, amounting to £36 per year, a series and value of a perks offering yet a comment has fallen. [...]

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