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Business bond becomes joint market-leader -  23rd January 2017

Union Bank of India (UK) Ltd has increased selected business savings rates by up to 0.20%, which sees its one-year fixed business bond greatly improve its position in the Best Buy chart for its sector, earning a high Moneyfacts rating in the process. Read More...

Union Bank of India improves fixed bonds -  23rd January 2017

Union Bank of India (UK) Ltd has increased selected fixed term savings rates by up to 0.20%, which sees its three and two-year bonds greatly improve their positions in the Best Buy charts, earning a high rating in the process. Read More...

BoS 0% balance transfer term now 41 months -  23rd January 2017

Bank of Scotland has increased the introductory balance transfer term on its leading balance transfer credit card by one month, which has improved its position in the charts and earned it the highest Moneyfacts rating. Read More...

New market-leading FTB mortgage -  19th January 2017

Hanley Economic BS has launched a new two-year fixed rate mortgage, which enters the Best Buy chart for first-time buyers (FTBs) at the number two spot, earning itself the highest Moneyfacts rating in the process. Read More...

New 3yr mortgage now number one -  18th January 2017

Newcastle BS has launched a three-year fixed deal which boasts the lowest rate available for its terms. Because of this, the mortgage has taken pride of place at the top of its Best Buy chart, as well as gaining our highest rating. Read More...

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Car insurance costs soar by 9.3%

23rd January 2017 Car insurance premiums rarely show signs of falling these days, and latest research from Consumer Intelligence shows that the upwards march is only continuing, with average premiums having risen by a whopping 9.3% in the past year. Read More...

Building societies winning the mortgage rate war

23rd January 2017 Competition is fierce in the mortgage market, and borrowers may assume that the rates from banks will be significantly lower than those elsewhere. However, things aren’t as they seem, as building societies are the winners of the mortgage rate war. Read More...

Brits overspent on Christmas by £3.8bn

23rd January 2017 The festive season has well and truly come to an end, and the January Blues have taken over. This has no doubt been partly brought on by excess spending over the Christmas period – and considering how much people overspent, it’s little wonder. Read More...

Homemover numbers fall for first time since 2011

20th January 2017 The mortgage market enjoyed a record year in 2016, so it may come as a surprise to hear that the number of people moving home has fallen for the first time in five years, with fewer apparently taking advantage of the market. Read More...

Have you lost track of your pensions?

20th January 2017 The changing nature of the jobs market means it’s highly likely that you’ve got more than one pension pot, but the question is, do you know where they all are? According to research from Aegon, many people don’t. Read More...

Common energy mistakes that cost you £££

20th January 2017 The heating system is probably working overtime at present, but what if you could cut your bills without battling hypothermia? The key is being energy efficient, yet households could be wasting hundreds of pounds by making costly energy mistakes. Read More...

Have your financial habits changed?

19th January 2017 2016 was certainly a turbulent year, and it's had a notable impact on household finances. Indeed, research shows that recent events have influenced the way over half of UK respondents manage their finances, with many becoming more cautious. Read More...