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  • Holiday costs rocket 89% during school breaks
    School holiday premiums for vacations are still up to 89 per cent higher in some destinations, according to a survey by credit card giant Morgan Stanley. School holiday premiums for ...
    Tue 21st Jun, 2005
  • Building societies claim chunk of CTF market
    Building societies have secured a sizeable chunk of the child trust fund market, the Building Societies Association (BSA) has revealed. Building societies have secured a sizeable chunk ...
    Tue 21st Jun, 2005
  • Furry friends need trip to the dentist
    At least one million cats and dogs in the UK could be suffering from bad teeth and gums, a new study warns. At least one million cats and dogs in the UK could be suffering from bad teeth and gums, a new study ...
    Tue 21st Jun, 2005
  • Parent loans not helping
    Children whose parents help them out financially are 25 per cent more likely to go overdrawn than those that never accept handouts, a new survey suggests. Children whose parents help them out financially are 25 per cent more ...
    Tue 21st Jun, 2005
  • Personal loans market remains buoyant
    The personal loans market remains buoyant despite the slowdown in house prices and concerns about economic growth, Nationwide building society has noted. The personal loans market remains buoyant despite the slowdown in house ...
    Mon 20th Jun, 2005
  • Car commuters urged to check insurance policies
    People who commute to work should check their insurance policies, a leading provider has warned. People who commute to work should check their insurance policies, a leading provider has ...
    Mon 20th Jun, 2005
  • Personal loans to pay off credit cards debts
    British consumers are increasingly looking at structured personal loans to pay off their credit card bills and other debts. British consumers are increasingly looking at structured ...
    Mon 20th Jun, 2005
  • Savers turn to building societies
    Building societies saw a rise in business from customers looking to save last month. Building societies saw a rise in business from customers looking to save last month. Figures out today showed that building societies had ...
    Mon 20th Jun, 2005
  • Debt consolidation remains top reason for taking out loans
    Debt consolidation has remained the most common reason for taking out a lone, according to a recent study on consumer activity in the loan marketplace. Debt consolidation has remained ...
    Fri 17th Jun, 2005
  • Modern life has no time for family pets
    Family pets are becoming less popular despite recent growth in the pet food and petcare market, according to a new report. Family pets are becoming less popular despite recent growth in the pet food and petcare market, ...
    Fri 17th Jun, 2005
  • Holbeck announces new ISA
    Leeds & Holbeck Building Society has launched a three year tracker ISA, with the aim of giving customers greater flexibility on a tax-free basis. Leeds & Holbeck Building Society has launched a three year tracker ISA, with ...
    Fri 17th Jun, 2005
  • Credit card helps meets the mortgage
    Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) has announced that it will be launching a new credit card by which gives new borrowers the opportunity to credit their mortgages. Yorkshire Building Society (YBS) has announced that it will be ...
    Fri 17th Jun, 2005
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