2008 May news archive
Government unveils help for fuel poor
Energy supplier to go green
Bikes 'the most commonly stolen children's toy'
Over half of homeowners 'prepared to make renovations'
Property market 'is ideal for buyers'
Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) has announced that its profits rose by 13.9 per cent in the 12 months until March 31st.
Changing energy provider 'a top money saving measure'
Buy-to-let property opportunities 'will rise over the next year'
Households warned over barbecues
Energy supplier retains platinum status
1 in 4 'look to DIY to increase property value'
Women 'putting fashion before finances'
Holidaymakers burglary misery
Rising fuel bills see households cut back
Consumers urged to challenge bank charges
Mortgage advice 'could save borrowers money'
Energy customers 'want to be more efficient'
7m homes 'feature unfinished DIY projects'
1 in 6 'have called in experts to fix DIY disasters'
Watchdog gives evidence to inquiry
Lifetime mortgages 'a constant in a changing world'
Lender resumes mortgage sales
1 in 10 'plan to take cars abroad'
Energy supplier announces smart meter milestone
Complaints about British Gas 'fall'
Mortgage brokers 'becoming more advisory'
Over 70 per cent of drivers 'unable to repair their cars'
1.2m 'have no problem with lying about insurance'
Uninsured drivers 'a major problem'
Energy supplier gives green grant to seabird centre
Perks 'not a decision-breaker' for mortgage borrowers
Consumers 'should not accept rising car insurance premiums'
Energy customers to advise regulator
Green Energy UK launches new tariffs
Nationwide cuts mortgage rates
11m pet owners 'do not have insurance'
First-time buyers 'least affected by mortgage problems'
British Gas improves customer service
Consumers urged to fully insure jewellery
Treasury launches help for borrowers
Energy supplier launches light bulb scheme
Pensions 'the main reason to talk to advisers'
Consumers urged to put level of car insurance before price
Utility costs 'a concern for those nearing retirement'
Travelling without insurance 'extremely foolish'
Football fans 'must not forget about travel insurance'
Men 'more likely to discuss finances than women'
Scottish businesses 'want more advice on climate change'
Energy supplier celebrates anniversary of fund scheme
Over 4m adults 'do not have contents cover'
Over half of women 'paying into a pension'
Insurance discounts available for sporting holidays
Scots 'less satisfied' with switching
Homeowners 'consider move to the country'
Lender to cut mortgage rates
Tenants urged to get contents insurance
Technology 'to become more important to insurance industry'