Moneyfacts in the News - 06/02/2017

Monday, 6 February 2017

Moneyfacts' research and expert comments are always in demand, and in the last seven days, we've certainly got around.

Here's a quick overview of where we've been in the past week:
Publication Article
Retirement incomes see double digit increase
Retirement income boosted by strong pensions and annuities
Cashback for first-time buyers is falling
Cashback volumes at high LTVs falling: Moneyfacts
Cash back mortgage deals for first-time buyers take a tumble
Rail fares, tax, house prices and retirement
Top three-year cash Isa now pays 1.3pc
Impact of Brexit on UK pension funds revealed
Impact of Brexit on UK pension funds revealed
Tesco Bank pledges to freeze rates at 3%
Tesco tempts savers with 3% interest on its current account as it tries to rebuild its reputation after 9,000 accounts were hacked last year
Tesco Bank offers two-year guarantee on interest rate for current account
Savers will need to lock funds for three years to beat inflation
Commercial mortgages to match clients' needs
How the Options for first-time buyers in 2017
.Bribe warning for new home buyers: Mortgage deals that come with cashback rarely offer the best rates
JEFF PRESTRIDGE: Switching current accounts is a step few are prepared to take - if you decide to move, do it for the right reasons
Halifax to chop current account switching bonus by 25% from March
MS Wired : BTL Britain: ‘Finding the New Normal’ – On demand
Uinsure named Best GI Provider by Paradigm
Come on, admit it: have you still got a Cash Isa?