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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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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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Identity Fraud Can Be Prevented Following These 10 Steps

Start Today and Prevent Identity Fraud You may think the odds are in your favour when it comes to being a victim of identity fraud. But using other people’s stolen personal details to obtain credit and commit scams is one of the UK’s fastest growing crimes – and the fraudsters are always on the look […]

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Businessman furious at banks’ refusal to lend bricks up Barclays branch in protest

This is an article that I felt our readers would enjoy it was written by Colin Fernandez of the Daily Mail Online 27th September 2010 When Cameron Hope tried to get a loan to help his business grow he felt as if he were talking to a brick wall. In fact, he became so angry […]

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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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Is now the right time to take out a new Mortgage and buy a home?

As the editor of talkmoneyblog ,  I am often asked if now is the best time to take on a new mortgage and buy a new home, here are my finance tips. Ask ten people whether they think the time is right to venture back into the property market and you’re likely to get a […]

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Mortgage lenders to test borrower’s affordability for home loans

The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has released their mortgage market review discussion paper and they have outlined their proposal for tougher regulations. It is evident that they will be more authoritarian and intrusive in the way they regulate the mortgage industry in future. The FSA want to control the industry as they believe the industry […]

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Credit check quiz

According to the Bank of England’s Credit Conditions survey, most lenders expect to see a small increase in the amount of credit on offer in the coming months it was reported to the money saving expert. But this good news needs to be tempered by the thought that would-be borrowers need a better-than-ever credit rating, […]

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