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Variable for term BTL deal gets a welcome rate cut -  24th June 2016

Coventry Building Society has reduced the rate on its variable for term buy-to-let mortgage by 0.20%, cementing its reputation as an ‘excellent’ product. Read More...

‘Outstanding’ mortgage for first-time buyers -  23rd June 2016

Yorkshire Building Society has reduced the rates on select mortgages. One of the deals to benefit from a rate cut was its three-year fixed mortgage, which has consequently established itself in the charts and won the highest Moneyfacts rating. Read More...

Rate reduction gives 5-yr fixed mortgage a boost -  23rd June 2016

Yorkshire Building Society has reduced the rate on its five-year fixed mortgage by 0.17%, heightening its competitiveness and winning it the top accolade as a result. Read More...

Top-10 place secured for new 5-yr fixed ISA -  21st June 2016

Buckinghamshire Building Society has launched a new five-year fixed ISA onto the market, which has attained a place in the charts due to its eye-catching rate and terms. Read More...

HSBC mortgage is a chart-topper -  21st June 2016

HSBC has cut the rate on its ‘special’ two-year fixed mortgage by 0.17%, enabling it to push its way to the very top of the Moneyfacts charts and earn the top rating in the process. Read More...

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What does Brexit mean for pensions?

24th June 2016 The votes have been cast and the decision made - Britain is leaving the EU. We won’t know for sure how this will affect things for some time yet, but experts have already been discussing the implications with regards to pensions. Read More...

Credit card competition stalls

24th June 2016 Competition has been rife in the credit card market in recent years, with the number of products rising and interest-free terms getting a definite boost. But has the tide started to turn? Read More...

Greater pension awareness could boost pots

23rd June 2016 Are you aware of the pension freedoms? They may have come into force over a year ago, but it seems that many people are still unaware of their existence, which could mean that their retirement income is compromised. Read More...

Top credit cards for spending abroad

22nd June 2016 There’s one key thing that going on holiday requires – spending money. You’ll need financial input if you want a holiday to remember, and although you’ll probably want a bit of cash, you should never jet off without your travel credit card in tow. Read More...

How much will your wedding set you back?

22nd June 2016 Your wedding day will be one of the most memorable days of your life, but it can also be one of the most expensive. Estimates as to the cost of a big day vary wildly, but Ocean Finance has taken a closer look – and it typically clocks in at £8,000. Read More...

ILP Moneyfacts reveals 2016 awards finalists

21st June 2016 Investment Life & Pensions Moneyfacts has announced the finalists for its 2016 awards. The winners will be revealed at an awards dinner on 22 September 2016, held at the Lancaster London Hotel and hosted by Claudia Winkleman, but who's made the cut? Read More...

Has the ISA market lost its shine?

21st June 2016 The ISA market has been on a downward spiral for some time now, and unfortunately, our latest figures confirm this trajectory – although the majority of average savings rates fell this month, it’s the ISA sector that bore the brunt of the reductions. Read More...