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Money Management 13 Feb 2020

5 things to do if you’re in persistent debt

You might’ve heard the phrase ‘persistent debt’ in the news recently, and with good reason.In a move designed to help borrowers avoid paying large amounts of money in interest and charges, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has recently warned lenders…

Money Management 16 Jan 2020

How to Save Money on Household Bills

This is a guest blog on how to save money on household bills from Compare The Market.Sometimes it can be difficult to avoid debt if your expenditures are greater than your income but making small changes to your lifestyle and…

Money Management 27 Nov 2019

Don’t Let Black Friday Land You in Debt!

Christmas is on the horizon and many people will be out bargain hunting this weekend on Black Friday & Cyber Monday… Get savvy with the ‘special offers’! Every year shoppers in the UK raid both the high street and the…

Money Management 15 Oct 2019

How Do You Get a Car on Finance?

If you’re unable to fund buying a car outright, you may instead look to financing one instead. There are many different types of car finance, so it’s important to consider all your options before getting into an agreement you may…

Money Management 9 Oct 2019

Redundancy Pay: What Are You Entitled To?

What is redundancy? Redundancy is defined as an employer terminating a job role. This is usually done either because the job is no longer needed, or the employer needs to trim down the workforce. Being made redundant is often overwhelming.…

Money Management 8 Oct 2019

Stag do’s don’t have to be dear

Waving goodbye to one of your comrades as they take the well-trodden walk into matrimony can be a difficult experience, with the prospect of frequent 4am finishes and afternoons organised around Soccer Saturday firmly becoming a thing of the past.…

Money Management 16 Aug 2019

The Rising Cost of The Summer Holidays

The summer holidays should be one of the happiest times of the year for families. Children are set free from their school routine for six weeks, giving parents the chance the chance to enjoy some quality family time on days…

Money Management 12 Aug 2019

Covering Funeral Costs: Your Options

Covering funeral costs may be the last thing on your mind after the death of a loved one. Unfortunately it’s something most of us will have to face at some point in our lives. Many people struggle to cover these…

Money Management 5 Aug 2019

Is Your Money Covered by a Bank?

Indeed, we all want to make sure our money is safe in the bank. Luckily, there are various savings protection schemes in place which serve to make sure your cash is covered by a bank. Will these schemes affect me?…

Living in Debt 1 Jul 2019

Can an IVA take my inheritance?

What is an IVA? An Individual Voluntary Arrangement, or IVA for short, is a debt solution whereby you pay all of your unsecured creditors back in monthly payments usually over a period of 5 or 6 years. Once the agreement…

Money Management 25 Jun 2019

Tax credit overpayments

Receiving a letter from HMRC saying that you’ve received tax credit overpayments can be incredibly frustrating; not only because you won’t have been expecting it, but because you’ve now got to give back a chunk of money that HMRC gave…

Money Management 18 Jun 2019

A Guide to Buying Goods on Finance

A guide to buying goods on finance Unfortunately, we don’t always have the money we need to make the purchases we want. This is where finance agreements come in. Buying goods on finance can give you access to products you…

Money Management 18 Jun 2019

How to Cancel A Direct Debit

What is a Direct Debit? A Direct Debit is form of payment authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).  It involves a set amount being transferred from one bank account to another on an agreed date. Direct Debits are typically…

Money Management 6 Jun 2019

How to Reduce Your Spending

There are many reasons why we might want to reduce our spending. Some of us might live on a tight budget, and need to cut down on spending for essential items without borrowing more money. Others might want to cut…

Money Management 23 May 2019

Five steps to helping self-employed clients with debt advice

With the number of self-employed individuals at record levels, Nick Payne, Insolvency Practitioner at free debt advice provider PayPlan Bespoke Solutions Limited, explains how self-employed clients need a tailored approach. The BBC has reported that the number of self-employed workers…

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