20 August, 2010
17 August, 2010
Updated levels for agreed discretionary monthly expenditure for Common Financial Statement license holders
13 August, 2010
Average yearly debt has increased by more than 5 per cent, according to new national survey of student finance.
Responding to CML reposession figures, Citizens Advice also urges lenders to continue to treat people in arrears fairly.
12 August, 2010
Government and financial services providers must work with advice agencies to ensure those with debt problems have access to free, expert money advice, says Money Advice Trust.
New government research brings together evidence from qualitative interviews with borrowers to inform understanding of the drivers, experiences and outcomes for households giving up home ownership.
12 August, 2010
Decrease in payment problems leads the CML to revise its forecasts for arrears and repossessions in 2010.
11 August, 2010
Package will ensure customers are treated more fairly when complaining about Payment Protection Insurance and better when buying products, says Financial Services Authority.
New regulations that revoke and replace the March 2010 Advertisement Regulations which partially implement the 2008 EC Consumer Credit Directive.
10 August, 2010
New regulations issued to correct errors in three of the five sets of regulations which were made in March 2010 to implement the 2008 EC Consumer Credit Directive.
6 August, 2010
Credit Action releases new debt statistics which also highlight over 1700 people made redundant daily.
Money Advice Trust responds to personal insolvency figures released by the Office of National Statistics.
30 July, 2010
New regulations that enable applications for help under the Warm Front Scheme to be refused when the scheme's annual budget has already been allocated.
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27 July, 2010
Survey of Consumer Credit Counselling Service clients reveals high human cost of debt problems.
26 July, 2010
New research highlights that almost half of affected households have someone with an illness or disability, and two in five are home to children under 16.
Government sets out the actions it will take towards the eradication of fuel poverty in all households in Wales by 2018.
Financial Services Authority announcement on 'near final rules' designed to reduce the number of credit union failures.
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