November 2014 blog posts

£19 billion in hidden charges being lost by savers

money saving tips for londonersThe Financial Services Consumer Panel (which advises the FCA) has published findings showing that often obscure small print makes comparing many financial products online largely …

Retail Industry waits with bated breath for ‘Black Friday’ effect

SalesThe UK has inherited the ‘Black Friday’ tradition from across the pond, and it is anticipated that shoppers will spend a record amount chasing great …

Could 0% interest credit cards increase the nation’s debt?

Claim CPPMany of us will pay for most or indeed all of our Christmas shopping on our credit cards, but are the 0% interest cards really …

Young people turning in desperation to risky credit solutions

cashNew research from the Citizen’s Advice Bureau indicates that young people in the 17 to 24 age bracket who are struggling with their finances are …

New signs that the housing market is cooling

Expensive Cities for House Prices UKSellers across the UK are slashing the asking price on their homes in a bid to tempt buyers during the winter, habitually the quietest time …

UK Debt Problem Remains Serious Despite Fewer Bankruptcies

UK debtA debt advisory organisation has released new figures, showing that personal bankruptcies in the United Kingdom have dropped to their lowest level for fifteen years. …

FSTE 100 companies challenged by the Weak Global Economy

money saving tips for londonersSales fell markedly in the second quarter this year across the UK’s prestigious blue-chip businesses. This is thought to be largely due to poor global …

Landlords hard hit by increasingly stringent buy-to-let mortgage criteria

monopoly housesA new report has revealed that a significant percentage of landlords across the UK are experiencing increasing problems when trying to access buy to let …

Government says ‘no’ to student loans review

Student debtThe government has declined requests to conduct an urgent review into the student loans system. The total student loan debt held in 2044 is predicted …

Fresh Food Prices Fall – Fuelling Signficant High Street Deflation

money saving tips for londonersShop prices went down in October for the eighteenth consecutive month, new figures from the British Retail Consortium show.

The prices for fresh foodstuffs, including …

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