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Those thinking of opting for a new broadband connection have been warned by leading experts to do their homework.
Lloyds TSB has unveiled two new mortgages that may appeal to both new and experienced home buyers.
The Nationwide Building society has announced that it is set to increase its rate of interest on all savings accounts.
A new report indicates that Brits are saving hard for rainy days.
Yorkshire Building Society has launched a new regular savings account.
As gas and electricity prices rise, increasing numbers of homeowners are opting to carry out energy saving home improvements, according to Halifax.
Although it is now three weeks since the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decided to raise the base rate by 0.25, a number of mortgage and savings account providers have still to announce their changes.
Abbey has announced that it has increased the interest it pays on many current accounts.
Natwest has announced that it is set to launch a new buy-to-let tracker mortgage.
Sainsburys Bank has issued details of a new home insurance offer for online customers.
Lloyds TSB has launched the UKs first Islamic student current account.
Customers who agree a loan with first direct over the coming weeks can take advantage of a tempting offer.
For the many Brits who enjoy taking their home with them on holiday, the AA has launched a new type of vehicle insurance.
Woolwich yesterday relaunched its lifetime tracker mortgage, which it claims will save money for homeowners when compared to a short-term fixed rate mortgage.
Many people are undervaluing their homes contents for the purposes of home insurance, according to new figures.
Powergen has become one of a number of utility providers to push up its prices in recent weeks.
Rising utility bills cause people to crack into their savings, says Birmingham Midshires.
Alliance and Leicester (A&L) has announced a Fast Track Guarantee.
HSBC bank has come under fire from rival Nationwide for changes to its repayment terms.
National Savings and Investments (NS&I) has announced it will be increasing interest rates on its variable savings accounts to reflect the recent base rate change.
Prudential has observed how much financial advice has changed since the 1970s.
American Express Travel Insurance is predicting that A level results due this week will precipitate a mini-travel boom.
The Childrens Mutual has released a breakdown of how investing in a child trust fund could make university more manageable.
A new survey from Alliance & Leicester Mortgages has shown that the vast majority of brokers believe a specialist mortgage is a good way out of a damaged credit profile.
A home insurer has warned that students can be any easy target for burglars, with an average of £4,000 worth of possessions.
Many Britons are not considering the value of the property in their gardens, according to a report from Co-operative Insurance.
Increasing numbers of parents are looking to loans to help finance their childrens education, according to research from Sainsburys Bank.
New research by esure Travel Insurance indicates that many Britons are set to head abroad with expensive gadgets this summer.
A large proportion of Britons do not believe they are saving enough, according to a new report.
New figures reveal that first-time buyers are paying more for their mortgage when compared to their earnings than ever before.
British Gas has announced the introduction of a new tariff that is likely to prove popular with customers.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) Money has won two major awards for its financial products.
Brits are being advised to check whether their home insurance policy covers street theft.
A number of leading mortgage advisers believe that despite last weeks interest rate rise, there are good mortgages to be had for those who shop around.
Young drivers looking to save on their car insurance may be interested by a new offer.
The Post Office has announced it is set to raise the interest rate on its Instant Saver account following the Monetary Policy Committees (MPC) decision to put up the base rate.
A large proportion of holidaymakers failed to take out travel insurance before heading abroad last year, according to a new report.
A leading mortgage provider has launched two new and improved mortgage deals.
Life insurance enquiries fell by more than 50 per cent during June and July, according to a new report.
A leading mortgage provider has launched a new tracker deal for large mortgages.
A number of MPs have backed plans to put a cap on the interest rates charged by doorstep lenders.
Credit card use is expected to soar this summer, according to recently released figures from a credit card provider.
Drivers could save thousands of pounds in car insurance payments over a lifetime by maintaining a clean licence, according to new research.
Know Your Money news articles are written by:
Jamie Wright writes reviews for financial products and consumer finance guides.
Paul Davies writes articles on the financial industries and economic matters.
Jonathan Thomas covers insurance industry issues and also news from the banking sector.
Mark Mitchell writes on a broad range of financial and consumer issues.
Luke Jovetic covers all aspects of economic news as well as money savings articles.