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News and Stories 15 Dec 2022

Get your finances back on track in 2023

Whether you’ve got debts to pay off or want to begin putting any spare cash aside each month, we’ve put some tips together to help you on the road to your financial goal in 2023.A New Year’s resolution can often…

Industry News 10 Aug 2020

PayPlan and Experian discuss debt and credit score

Ryan Horton from PayPlan and John Webb from Experian answered the big questions concerning your credit score and debt in a Facebook Live event earlier this month.We’ve collated the questions covered, along with a few highlights from their answers…My income…

Money Management 16 Jun 2020

How to tackle gambling in football today

After a long break due to coronavirus, competitive top-flight football in England is back on our screens. From Wednesday 17th June, there will be at least 8,280 minutes of Premier League football played across the remaining 92 games, and every…

Competitions 5 Dec 2019

Here’s Why Your Bank Balance May be About to Shrink

New rules from the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) are shaking up the way bank balances are presented to account holders. Here’s why your bank balance is going to look a little bit different… What’s going on?The FCA – a financial regulatory…

Living in Debt 3 Dec 2019

Can I Get Redundancy Pay if I am Over 65?

It used to be that most people were retired by the age of 65. Unfortunately however, this is no longer the case. If you are working over the age of 65, you may be doing it to support your lifestyle…

Living in Debt 3 Dec 2019

5 Ways to Make Christmas More Affordable

Christmas might still be six weeks away but it is an expensive time of year - a time when a lot of people start to feel overwhelmed by the costs and turn to credit for help. This week's blog post…

Debt Facts 25 Nov 2019

How Much Debt do I Need to File Bankruptcy?

What is bankruptcy?Bankruptcy is a debt solution suitable for people who cannot pay outstanding bills to their creditors on time. When an individual’s total debts are bigger than the value of their assets, they will be deemed insolvent and in a…

Competitions 9 Oct 2019

Talking Money Matters on World Mental Health Day

World Mental Health Day takes place on 10th October 2019. Results from a recent PayPlan survey, along with advice from the Samaritans, highlight the importance of seeking money advice sooner to try and support mental health problems. What is World Mental…

Money Management 18 Jan 2019

Consolidating credit card debt – our top 5 tips

Feeling blue after getting into the red over the festive period? Fear not, there are lots of things you can do about problem credit card debt to get you back on the path to financial freedom in 2019.Assess your situationThe…

In other news 7 Jan 2019

What is Blue Monday?

Blue Monday is an annually-changing date in January that is widely recognised in the UK as being the most miserable day of the year. The day was devised in 2005 and is based on pseudoscientific factors – beliefs, not accurate…

Debt Facts 21 Aug 2018

Which Debt Should I Pay Off First?

When your lenders are constantly phoning you, and you have received several ‘final reminder’ letters, you might be losing sleep about which debt you should pay off first. All debts need to be paid eventually, unless you have an agreement…

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