Political uncertainty causing concerns
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Ceremony in London last night
Around three-quarters of UK employees - the equivalent of 23 million people - plan to work after they reach the state pension age of 65 and nearly half (47%) will be older than 70 before they retire, research from Canada Life has suggested.
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Helen O'Hagan explores how clients could take advantage of generous limits available at tax year end within their ISA.
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Risk of 'large, rapid' losses
Monetary policymakers should be following the Crosby Report's recommendation to restart the mortgage finance markets rather than focusing on cutting interest rates, according to the Association of Mortgage Intermediaries (AMI).
The Government will take steps to 'strengthen' the UK financial sector to safeguard the economy, though it has played down talk of fining banks over their treatment of customers.
The Crosby review of the UK's mortgage finance markets will be delayed, the Treasury has announced.
Link Lending, a bridging finance lender, has joined the panel of Personal Touch Financial Services (PTFS).
Trevor James, area manager at Progressive Building Society, has taken over as chairman of the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) Northern Ireland.
Mortgage brokers should check the financial situation of their network to ensure they are well placed to weather the current economic climate, according to Sally Laker, managing director of Mortgage Intelligence.
HML's financial director Neil Warman is to take on the permanent role of client relations director, following the resignation of Damian Stansfield.
Government plans to weave financial education into the school curriculum offer "little more than a tasty soundbite", the Minister for Schools has been told.
One in six people rely on an inheritance windfall to fund their future, according to research from Lincoln Financial Group.
What is it about the words ‘business' and ‘finance' which reek of the word ‘boring' if you're under 18?
We asked you to vote on as your favourite Valentine's ‘finance' story, on the back of a story we ran highlighting the gems of press releases which wouldn't usually make it into our pages but found very highly amusing.
It's the time of year again when press teams at some of the major financial services companies have a secret competition to see who can come up with the most ingenious link to Valentine's Day.
Improving one's home or changing jobs are seen as the two most important financial triggers, according to a survey of 12,000 UK adults published by TGI Marketing.
Changes to Jersey's Trusts Law have come into effect today after being approved by the Privy Council.
Unlike Apple Computer boss Steve Jobs, FSA chief executive John Tiner does not wear black turtleneck shirts, but like Jobs he is interested in the nation's youth, according to comments at the From i-Pods to Isas Young Adults Financial Capability Showcase...