Six of the biggest lenders are starting 2011 with lower rates on their personal loans, writes Rachel Lacey.
The number of home loans being approved has finally started to rise, so does that mean home movers and sellers can look forward to a brighter 2011?
House prices rose only slightly during 2010, with a small annual increase of 0.4%, according to Nationwide.
Today sees the standard VAT rate rise from 17.5% to 20%. The 2.5% increase means that tax freedom day is three days later in 2011 on 30 May.
People could give to charity every time they use their bank cards at cash machines and the shops, under government proposals announced in its recent 'Giving' green paper.
Passengers will face travel chaos over the next few days as they try to get home for Christmas.
High-street bank Santander has sent up to 35,000 account statements to the wrong addresses.
The British Bankers' Association has reported mortgage approvals for house purchases sank to a 20-month low in November.
Good deals are available on savings accounts, but it's important to be aware of what you are signing up for.
Investment management group Henderson Global Investors looks set to buy troubled fund manager Gartmore. But what will it mean for your investments?
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