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Barclays Profits Rise By 25%

Barclays have recorded a rise in their profit margins of 25% pre-tax. This takes their profits up £3.1 billion for the six months leading up to the end of June 2015.

31 Jul 2015 Read More

UK Personal Insolvency Rates Reach 10 Year Low

According to the Insolvency Service, the number of people declaring insolvency in England and Wales had reached its lowest level in the last 10 years.

31 Jul 2015 Read More

Calls For More Houses From Estate Agents

Many estate agents across the country have joined the calls for the government to step up the process of building more houses.

29 Jul 2015 Read More

Big Energy Companies See Rise In Complaints

New information released by Citizens Advice has revealed that more than half of the Big Six energy providers have seen a rise the amount of complaints that they received at the beginning of 2015.

29 Jul 2015 Read More

Banks That Fail To Reward Loyal Customers Will Be Named

The city watchdog for finance has revealed places to out any banks that offer low interest rates to longstanding customers.

29 Jul 2015 Read More

AA reports a rise in car insurance premiums

After three years without movement, car insurance prices are now starting to increase - according to a survey by the AA.

24 Jul 2015 Read More

npower to supply free energy due to delays

npower have been forced to supply energy to around 1,000 customers free of charge. This comes about as a result of their failure to deal with the complaints of these account holders within 28 days.

23 Jul 2015 Read More

Higher Interest Rates - What will they mean for you?

Mark Carney has recently revealed that interest rates set by the Bank of England will soon be raised. This will mark the end of the period of record breaking low interest rates that has been going on for several years.

22 Jul 2015 Read More

Aviva to spend millions to clamp down on fraudulent whiplash claims

Car insurance giant Aviva has decided that they’ve had enough and plan to treble the number of whiplash claims they fight in court as part of a new campaign to crack down on fraudsters.

22 Jul 2015 Read More

Citizens Advice - Guarantor Loans Can Be Just As Bad As Payday Loans

The charity organisation Citizens Advice has warned borrowers and regulators that guarantor loans can be just as damaging to people's finances as payday loans.

22 Jul 2015 Read More

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