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UK savers 'have tough decisions to make'
QE 'could impact saving for Brits'
Diversification 'key to effective saving'
Brits 'should shop around for an annuity'
Interest rates 'set to remain low'
Equity release 'can be viable for many Brits'
Good spending habits 'important at university'
Robust action on rogue debt management firms supported
Debt advice is free for people who need it
Stigma of vouchers 'has diminished somewhat'
Rates 'may not rise until mid-2013'
Brits 'have loans hangover'
Mortgage borrowers 'should contact lenders' if struggling to make payments
UK savings accounts still healthy despite recession, say Standard Life
Saga chief notes effect of ageing on pensions calculator
People 'should be smart about credit card debt consolidation'
Saga questions pensions calculator CPI move
Lovemoney.com expert calls for more deposits into savings accounts
Halifax insurance calls for preventative measures
Lloyds TSB Isa research reveals customer confusion
Financial benefits offered by being in a relationship
New world of banking with iPhones apps
Savings are 'vital' during economic uncertainty
Escape inflation and tax with an Isa
Fixed-rate bonds: Make the most of your savings
What does the future bring for pensions?
Put your money where the interest is during the recession
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