'Rewire Routines' campaign
Planned for early next year
Many expecting to make repayments beyond age 70
Instant decision on life cover eligibility
People are likely to be under-protected for the amount of mortgage debt they have, an analysis by Aegon of both the ABI's and its own latest protection claims statistics has suggested.
BOE cut base rate to 0.25%
Cost of living restricts contributions for those aged 45 to 54
‘Promising lead' or ‘Back to the lab'?
Failure deemed 'significant'
Firms not behaving in spirit of MMR
What made financial headlines over the weekend?
Thre articles from the weekend papers...
Banned in 2010
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is considering its regulation of the equity release market amid concerns a "dirty word" reputation has led to an under-functioning market.
Most customers are receiving suitable mortgage advice but some firms rely too heavily on tightly structured processes, which force their advisers to bend information to give supposedly 'suitable advice', the regulator has found.
Older workers forced into retirement are facing serious debt problems, research suggests.
Economic recovery in Britain will be slowed down by a possible credit shortfall of £180bn next year caused by the weakness of the banking sector and the state budget deficit, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned today.
Adviser reaction is mixed following the launch by HSBC of one of its cheapest-ever mortgage deals.
Nick Carlile, co-founder of the Platinum Partners Group of companies and a qualified quantity surveyor, warns the easy money has already been made in property.
Mortgage repayments outstripped new lending for the first time since records began in July, figures from the Bank of England (BoE) show.
Gross mortgage lending rose 17% in June due to seasonal factors, according to new figures from the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML).
The average shelf-life of a mortgage product fell to 14 days in June, almost half the amount of time they were available in the previous month, according to the latest monthly Moneyfacts Treasury Report on UK Mortgage Trends.
More than half of mortgage brokers want the FSA to regulate the buy-to-let (BTL) market.