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Wonga Aiming For "Hard-Working People"

Wonga, the payday lender, has announced that it will now be targeting a wider range of customers with its relaunch.

20 May 2015 Read More

UK House Price Increase Rises by 2.6% in a Month

As of this March, house prices in the UK have increased by 9.6% in the last year, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

20 May 2015 Read More

Cheap Mortgages Are Disappearing Already

The cheapest mortgages on the market right now are slowly starting to be removed by banks.

20 May 2015 Read More

Metro Bank partners with Zopa to lend funds

Peer-to-peer lending pioneer Zopa has today announced a partnership with leading challenger bank, Metro Bank, to lend funds through Zopa’s online marketplace.

19 May 2015 Read More

Rise in Pensioner Cold Calls

Concerns have been raised over the amount of cold calls that are currently being received across the UK, regarding pensions.

18 May 2015 Read More

Short Supply Responsible For Rising House Prices

Surveyors have stated that there are a dwindling number of people who are currently putting their houses up for sale. This is thought to be contributing to the continued increase in house prices across the UK market.

18 May 2015 Read More

First Time Buyers Wait Longer Than Expected to Get on Property Ladder

First Time Buyers are having to wait longer than planned to take their first step onto the property ladder according to new research from Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks.

18 May 2015 Read More

Insurance Regulator Says Companies Need to Be Clearer

According to the regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), says that insurers are not being transparent enough about how much their policies cost when paid in installments.

14 May 2015 Read More

NS&I Warns Elderly Savers to Apply For Pensioner Bonds Soon

The government's savings bank, National Savings and Investments, has warned any savers aged 65 and over to allow plenty of time for their applications for pensioner bonds to travel by post.

12 May 2015 Read More

Insurers Accept Dashcam Footage In Claims

Dashcam footage of road traffic accidents is being accepted by more and more insurers in the UK, but they won't necessarily lower the premiums you pay.

12 May 2015 Read More

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