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Tell Alistair Darling what you think about the banking bailout, savers' protection and the government's proposed tax measures.
Allowing early access to pension funds would encourage more people to save for their retirement, according to a new report.
Banks and building societies have been accused of acting to protect their own interests by drastically cutting rates on saving accounts by up to 2.55% following the Bank of England’s rate cut.
Putting off those nagging financial chores can be a costly mistake. As money worries mount, Sarah Coles reveals how a financial review can save you money now and in the future.
The Bank of England base rate now stands at 1%, its lowest level for over 300 years. But how will lower rates impact your finances?
The government’s banking bailout has bolstered consumer confidence and left households feeling the most optimistic they have been since December 2007, according to Nationwide.
Abbey has launched a new regular savings account that pays 8% AER to first-time buyers keen to save for a deposit.
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