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A happy New Year from Your Money

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03/01/2007

We’re up and running in 2007 and the new-look Your Money website, where you can compare loans, compare savings accounts and compare credit cards – as well as read all the latest financial news and views – is back off its festive holiday.

Whether you are looking into saving and investment, to compare car insurance, investigating Internet banking UK, or somewhere to get a best ISA or a cheap gas price, this is the place for you.

Later in the year we will be adding comment and viewpoint sections that will confront the issues you feel matter, especially the thorny area of pensions and pension advice. Many people in the UK are woefully under-prepared for retirement and do not have an occupational pension, a personal pension or a stakeholder pension.

Still, it’s not all bad news and in a fiercely competitive market there are bargains to be had, whether it be UK life insurance, building and content insurance or UK current accounts.

Your Money will be looking at all these areas during 2007 and offering informed comment in a clear and down-to-earth manner that matters to you. Don’t leave your personal finance to chance – log on to Your Money every day.

 

 

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