A beginner's guide to pawning

A beginner's guide to pawning

It may be worth checking out pawnbroking as an option when you need fast finance.

What will 2012 hold for your finances?

What does 2012 have in store for your finances?

We take a look at the likely trends in house prices, interest rates and give our view on whether the UK will fall back into recession in 2012.

FLA issues new measures to benefit store card customers

FLA issues new measures to benefit store card customers

Retailers that offer store cards are to be bound to a raft of new measures designed to help customers manage their purchases and debts.

HSBC cuts personal loan rates to 6.4%

HSBC slashes personal loan rates

Loan rates at HSBC are slashed for customers borrowing between £7,000 and £15,000.

Over six million households are struggling to keep up with their finances, it has been revealed

Six million households "financially vulnerable"

New research by Britain's national debt charity has shown more than six million households are walking a financial tightrope.

Money worries have the glass half empty for Brits

Financial doubts lead 20m consumers to cut spending

A greater number of Britons are making cutbacks as AXA UK reveals 'financial pessimism' is taking hold across the country.

Nationwide slashes personal loan rate

Nationwide slashes personal loan rate

Nationwide has cut its personal loan rate by 0.3 per cent, something that may tempt new and old customers.

'Poor customer service' from Santander

'Poor customer service' from Santander

Consumers may not feel it is a "huge surprise" that large banking organisations are considered among the worst providers of customer service.

Most UK couples don't share their finances

Couples keep cash separate when living together

More than half of UK couples choose not to open a joint account when they move in.

Lower store card activity is common after high street sales in the New Year period

Store cards see slower high street sales

High street sales of store cards were lower in February than is usually expected, even though it often sees a lull in consumer credit lending.

A beginners guide to investing in the stock market

A beginner's guide to investing in the stock market

Taking your first steps in investing in the stock market can be daunting. Our guide busts the jargon to give you an introduction to all you need to know to start investing.

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