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Social tariffs 'helping fuel poor'

Social tariffs 'helping fuel poor'

19 Aug 2009 Read More

Britain 'to follow France and Germany out of recession'

Britain 'to follow France and Germany out of recession'

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Credit crunch is easing off, says expert

Credit crunch is easing off, says expert

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Interest rates 'will not rise soon'

Interest rates 'will not rise soon'

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Consumers 'increasingly opting for SVR deals'

Consumers 'increasingly opting for SVR deals'

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Zero Interest Current Accounts

Banks and building societies have more than doubled the number of current accounts paying no interest at all in the past nine months, according to MoneyExpert.com.

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Savings Accounts on The Up

With a plummeting base rate – it’s fallen 4.5% in the last year – a drop in savings rates was inevitable but providers were very quick indeed to pass on the cuts.

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Confused About Pensions

With company pension schemes clearly in rocky water, MoneyExpert.com offers some timely tips on the personal pension alternative.

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Mortgage Rates, Compare Mortgage Types and Save

In June best buy mortgages on a three year fix fell to 4.39%. Apply today however and this same product will charge 4.59%. It may not sound like a major difference but on the average mortgage this could mean as much as £300 more over the course of a year.

18 Aug 2009 Read More

Long Term Mortgage Market Collapses

Cautious lenders have all but abandoned the long term deal with just 39 of the 1,110 fixed rate mortgages on the market offering terms of 10 years or longer. A year ago there were 137 similar products available to home buyers.

18 Aug 2009 Read More

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