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Clydesdale Bank admits serious PPI failings

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), has imposed a fine of £20.7million on The Clydesdale Bank

Price of clothes, food and electricals drops to nine year low

Prices in UK shops were 2.1% lower last month than they were a year ago.

Tax implications of cashing in pension

According to the IFS (Institute for Fiscal Studies), many thousands of people are at risk

Pension cash woes as rules change

People attempting to cash in their pensions following the recent government reforms are reporting that

Customer payments and fines account for large percentage of UK bank’s profit

A new report from KPMG reports that, since 2011, the main banks in the UK

Demand for mortgages surges as economic optimism increases

Results of a new poll conducted by Gfk show that consumer confidence is at the

Upward Revision for Economic Growth in UK in 2014

The economy in the UK grew at a quicker pace than had been estimated initially

Watchdog to investigate “sale” of pension data

It has been alleged that millions of people have had their pension details sold to

Housing market in recovery, boosted by improved UK retail sales

New data released by the ONS (Office for National Statistics) shows that UK retail sales

Levels of identity theft rising quickly

Levels of highly sophisticated forms of identity theft are rising extremely fast in the UK.

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