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Rising Interest Rates: What Does It Mean For You?

Rising Interest Rates: What Does It Mean For You?

If you’ve seen any sort of news coverage over the past week, then you’ll know that the Bank of England have decided to put the interest rate up, from 0.25% to 0.5%.

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Banks Discuss ‘555’ Emergency Hotline To Combat Fraud

Victims of bank fraud may soon find themselves with a new point of call, after minutes from September’s Joint Fraud Taskforce were published.

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Don’t Share Bank Details With Finance Apps, Warns NatWest

NatWest has warned its customers not to share their online banking details with finance apps – apps designed to help savers keep a closer eye on their budgets.

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Debt Consolidation Soars In The UK

Debt Consolidation Soars In The UK

If you’ve been feeling concerned about how to manage your debt recently, then it will probably come as no surprise to you that you’re not on your own.

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Automation: The Most Disruptive Workplace Threat?

The UK workplace is a tricky one to judge. On the one hand, our wages are stubbornly refusing to rise in line with inflation (so our purchases cost more than we earn); on the other hand, the country is almost at full working capacity, with unemployment at all-time low.

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DWP Report: Now We’re Retiring Younger Than Ever Before

We may all be living longer than ever before, but despite that, it’s been revealed that workers are now retiring at a younger age than they were in 1950.

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‘Epidemic Levels’ Of Identity Theft, Says Anti-Fraud Group

‘Epidemic Levels’ Of Identity Theft, Says Anti-Fraud Group

Identity theft has reached ‘epidemic levels’, according to a warning from fraud prevention group Cifas.

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