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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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Payday Lenders Slammed by Financial Conduct Authority

Payday Lenders Have New Restrictions Imposed By The FCA Over 50,000 consumer credit firms including payday lenders, door-step, loan sharks and logbook lenders have all had time called on them by Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Included in the 50,000 consumer credit firms are the high street bank lenders and credit card providers. Some providers are […]

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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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Debt Management Adviser’s Will Not bite!

Debt Management Adviser’s Don’t bite! People in debt are often anxious, apprehensive and  frightened of the unknown when they first contact a debt Management organisation. This fear is mainly due to the fact that they don’t know what to expect at their first meeting. The best place to start is by contacting a Debt Management […]

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Talk Money Blog on BBC Breakfast News

Talk Money Blog Appears On The BBC News Sunday Breakfast Show

Talk Money Blog Talks With Susanna Reid BBC News Breakfast presenter, Susanna Reid discussed the recently commissioned report by the independent think tank Resolution Foundation which was polled by Ipsos MORI with Talk Money Blogs’ money expert Mark Aucamp. Money Expert Mark Aucamp from Talk Money Blog agreed with the findings of this survey by […]

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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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