MSE News

September

Guest Comment: How financial advice will change for good

If you have a financial adviser there are fundamental changes on the horizon which will affect how you access and pay for advice

30 September 2011

Students can claim overpaid tax from summer jobs now

Students have been reminded to check payslips to see if they can reclaim cash from the taxman

30 September 2011

Co-op is latest energy provider to announce price rises

Co-op says gas and electricity prices will rise by 18% and 11%, respectively, from 3 November

30 September 2011

MBNA pulls UK credit cards from sale

Consumers have lost the opportunity to switch to a number of top plastic deals, as Bank of America prepares to sell its UK plastic business MBNA

30 September 2011

EDF pulls cheapest energy fix

The cheapest energy deal where unit prices cannot rise has today been axed, as consumers struggle against rising costs

30 September 2011

900,000 to get minimum wage rise

900,000 workers will get a pay rise when the minimum wage breaks through the £6-an-hour barrier this weekend

29 September 2011

House prices 'treading water'

House prices were broadly flat last month with a 0.1% rise, mortgage lender Nationwide said today

29 September 2011

Bank lending increases - but for how long?

Banks made more credit available to households this summer but have warned the eurozone crisis may hit future lending

29 September 2011

Plans to help credit applicants with mental health problems unveiled

The OFT has published guidance to ensure loan and credit card applicants with mental health problems are treated fairly

29 September 2011

Derbyshire launches highest-paying easy access savings in 20 months

Derbyshire Building Society has today launched the top easy-access savings rate for nearly two years

28 September 2011

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