Articles by Nathalie Bonney

Banks postpone refunds for bank charge victims

Friday, 23 May 2008 | News

Banks have appealed a High Court ruling that gave the Office of Fair Trading the right to cap overdraft fees - meaning any resolution for victims of unfair bank charges looks a long way off.

"My personal shopper says…"

Tuesday, 02 September 2008 | Blog | By Nathalie Bonney

I was interested to read recently that Insurers Aegon held a research day in London to look at how the financial services industry can better cater to the general consumer.

Sick workers cost economy £100 billion a year

Monday, 17 March 2008 | News

Ill health is costing the British economy over £100 billion a year, a report has revealed.

Wanted: IFAs to help the needy

Tuesday, 02 September 2008 | Blog | By Nathalie Bonney

Whilst current financial ‘hard times’ have forced people to become more money-savvy and having an independent financial adviser is not unusual, it seems that not everyone is able to make use of their services.

Personal tax changes at a glance

Monday, 17 March 2008 | News

Here are some of today's changes at a glance...