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I’M GOING ON A FOREX TRAINING COURSE!!

When looking for an expert to provide money saving advice it is important that you consider how to earn extra money as well. During the last recession it was discovered that most people that lost their homes through forced repossession could have saved their homes had they been able to earn an extra £20 to […]

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How to claim Mortgage Rescue Scheme, Support Mortgage Interest and Homeowner Mortgage Support

The government has recently promoted three new schemes to help struggling homeowners that have insufficient money in savings accounts to help support their mortgage repayments when faced with a loss of income. The schemes are aimed at homeowners that may be unable to keep up their mortgage payments for one reason or another. It maybe […]

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How to apply for the Government Mortgage Rescue Scheme – Mortgage Advice

The effect of the global economic downturn is having serious consequences for homeowners through out the UK. Homeowners with families are worried about not being able to pay their mortgage commitments as their jobs are affected by the recession. Expert advice and help is being sought by people from all walks of life that are […]

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Facts about Prepaid Credit Cards – Credit Card Advice

Britain struggles under the weight of historic debt caused in part by the banks irresponsible lending policies and the public’s belief that they could control their high mortgage costs, credit card debts and loan repayments. Credit card providers in the past have issued new credit card agreements to anyone and everyone without conducting proper financial […]

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The do’s and don’ts for Financial Success – Money Expert

Now more than ever it pays to be savvy when it comes to getting the right credit you need to run your life. Luckily, you don’t have to be an expert to stay on the money. These simple steps could help you find financial success and help you to find the right debt solution if […]

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Credit Ratings Can Be Improved Within Six months

Your Credit Ratings Can be Improved If you believe everything in the news these days, it’s almost impossible to get a good deal on credit. Luckily, that’s just not true. If you have  good credit ratings, you can still qualify for some great deals – whether you want a card, loan, mortgage or simply the […]

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Four ways to help you get out of Debt | Debt Management

The United Kingdom personal debt today stands at £1,458 billion and the government intend to increase their debt to £175 billion this year and similar figures for the next three years. The latest figures available from Credit Action this month suggests that the average household debt is £59,765 including mortgages, £1.02 billion will be spent […]

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The first time buyers guide to surviving the recession

Recessions come and recessions eventually go but if you were born in the 1980s or 1990s, you may not know what to expect or how to cope during a period of financial uncertainty. This guide gives all you first-time buyers a few pointers to surviving until the next boom comes around. Your attitude Stick to […]

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Are your debts out of control? Don’t ignore the warning signs

If you developed a strange rash that just wouldn’t go away, you’d visit your doctor – but it’s amazing how many people who listen to health warnings don’t do the same when it comes to wealth warnings. Now more than ever, it’s crucial to monitor your debt levels to prevent a slide into the financial […]

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Should you consider a sale and rent back?

The number of homes being repossessed by mortgage lenders rose by 54% to 40,000 according to the Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML). The Financial Services Authority (FSA) recently reported that house arrears had surged forward by 31%. As the credit crunch bites ever deeper people who are struggling to pay their mortgages are searching for […]

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Credit crunch means talking about money and the lack of it

The new British debate is the Recession It’s not difficult to get involved with the debate about the credit crunch and the current national and global recession.  Gordon Brown the Prime Minister is the ex-Chancellor of the Exchequer and he is well remembered for his continuous chanting of the word ‘prudent’ whenever he was delivering […]

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Northern Rock told by Government to start lending again for mortgages!

The Northern Rock was granted emergency financial support from the Bank of England on September 2007. Northern Rock under government control then announced in 2007 that they would not remortgage their existing mortgage borrowers to a new remortgage product.  In fact the Northern Rock was informing their mortgage borrowers to remortgage to another mortgage lender […]

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