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Master The Art Of Reducing Your Food Shopping Bill

Reduce Your Food Shopping Bill Today! All the supermarkets are now fighting for your food shopping  business. Some supermarket stores are even offering to price match other supermarket stores. The latest is Morrison’s who are price matching the German discount stores Aldi and Lidl. This is great news for the shopper. This year we have […]

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Is There Life After Bankruptcy Or An IVA?

Bankruptcy – The Story So Far! Back in the last quarter of 2008 we reported that 29,444 people in England and Wales had declared bankruptcy which was an 18.5% increase for the same period in 2007. About 2/3rds of these people some 19,100 declared themselves bankrupt during this period; this is a record number of bankruptcies. […]

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The Definitive Guide To Understanding Your Credit File

Understanding Your Credit File. Your credit file is also known as a credit report or credit history. It is important that you understand what your credit file is all about. It can be hard to navigate the credit minefield, which is often littered with technical credit file terms and governed by rules that many of […]

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The Best Money Saving Advice Available Today!

Money Saving Advice Guaranteed To Save You Money! The Credit Crunch has hopefully come and gone in the last seven years.  America, Europe, Japan and the United Kingdom have all acknowledged that the recession of the past seven years was the worst recession in history. Many economic pundits have put it’s severity on a level […]

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Debt Consolidation: Is Consolidating Debt A real Option

A  Few Answers About Debt Consolidation Consolidating your bills is something that is widely discussed in the world of finance but rarely do people truly understand what it is all about. If you’re thinking about consolidating, you must understand the pros and cons of doing so. Keep reading to gain knowledge of debt consolidation. Consolidating […]

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Credit Card Debts – Are You Struggling To Pay Your Credit Cards

More People Are Struggling To Pay Off Their Credit Card Debts Today more people are struggling to pay off their credit card debts each month when faced with which bills to pay first. According to Credit Action almost sixty-six percent of Britons had seen their finances stretched by the current recession. It seems that 31% […]

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Bankruptcy Is Still A Valid Option

Bankruptcy Is Still A Valid Option’ Despite 32% Drop In Take-up

  Bankruptcy Is Still An Option Bankruptcy is “still a valid option for struggling borrowers” according to financial solutions company Think Money. It was responding to the latest Insolvency Service statistics. The figures showed a significant drop of 32.1% in bankruptcy orders over 12 months. The third quarter of this year compared with the same […]

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Can I take a payment break from my debt management plan?

Can I Take A Payment Break From My Debt Management Plan?

How To Take A Payment Break From My Debt Management Plan? If something prevented you from paying your debt management plan payments for a short period, you may be able to take a break while you try to get back on top of your finances. Can I take a break from my debt management plan? […]

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Mortgage update for Homeowners looking for better Mortgage deals

For every ten homes sold last month one was a remortgage. Until more mortgages arranged are remortgages each month I very doubt that property prices will drop any further. The reason for the house prices being unreasonably buoyant is due to the fact that for every ten houses sold only six new homes are coming […]

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Money Advice and Tips to coping with redundancy

As a finance guru I am often asked for tips and advice for someone who has just been made redundant. How should they cope with protecting their finances and their credit report? The spectre of losing your job can be terrifying, especially when vacancies are at a record low. But once the initial shock has […]

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How to get a green light for your next mortgage and not the mortgage blues

Getting a mortgage is going to be a lot tougher – particularly for people with a less-than-perfect credit history or anyone whose income has previously been self-certified. The money saving expert recently heard the account of a lady who had missed one credit card payment and a council tax payment in the last twelve months. […]

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Coping with Redundancy

The spectre of losing your job can be terrifying, especially when vacancies are at a record low. But once the initial shock has worn off, redundancy can herald a new beginning – a chance to set up your own business, use any pay-off to clear your debts or find a role that gives a better […]

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Reasons for claiming Payment Protection Insurance (PPI)

By following our expert money saving tips you can protect your finances today. HERE ARE A FEW REASONS WHY YOU CAN CLAIM? If you can answer ” YES ” to any of the questions below then you may be entitled to make a claim fro mis-sold Payment Protection Insurance: Has your PPI provider been fined […]

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Are you a debt diva or a frugalista?

If you’re one of the many women who see shopping as a form of recreation, you could be heading for a tough financial future. A recent survey by Cosmopolitan found that 64 per cent of readers were in debt, with more than half owing upwards of £5,000 on credit cards or store cards. This new […]

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