Thursday, 26th November, 2020

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Thursday, 26th November, 2020

Managing Your Finances

How to deal with financial illnesses
Many people associate financial problems with the younger generation. People in their 20s and 30s often get themselves into debt with personal loans, car loans, mortgages, and credit cards. However,... Read More
What are financial illnesses?
Most people have heard of the term ‘financial health’. As the name suggests, this refers to the health of a person’s finances and financial situation. Some people are fortunate enough to be in... Read More
What happens to your debts when you die?
When you’ve been buying on the never-never, what happens when you go off to forever ever? Most people will leave behind some kind of debt when they die, and it generally has to get paid. With most... Read More
Resources that can help you pay your bills during COVID-19
Household finances have been one of the hardest-hit areas in terms of the economic impact of COVID-19. As employers struggle to cope with the fallout of not one, but two nationwide lockdowns, several... Read More
How to Budget for Christmas
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year. The holiday is all about spending time with loved ones, eating good food and enjoying the TV specials. But all that fun can quickly cause a hole in your... Read More
How to Save Money on Your Christmas Food Shopping
Christmas food is one of the best things about the holiday. The sumptuous turkeys, crispy potatoes and late-night chocolates make the party just a bit better. But buying all the delicious treats... Read More
How to Save Cash on Your Christmas Shopping
Christmas is a time of joy and laughter with the loved ones. But all those festivities can add up and empty your bank account. Is it possible to save cash on your Christmas shopping? Here are a few... Read More
7 Budget Products Not Worth Buying
Finding a bargain always feels nice. But cheap isn’t always the smartest choice. Budget products can even end up costing more in the long term. They can break or be dysfunctional, leaving you to... Read More
Am I Entitled to Universal Credit?
Universal Credit is the new benefit to help when you are on a low income or out of work. The past few months have been tough on everyone, and there are many more hurdles ahead, as we cope with the... Read More
How to Improve Your Credit Rating
The UK's credit rating system is central to an array of services such as: Bank accounts. Overdrafts. Personal loans. Credit cards. Mortgages. Insurance cover. Over the years, several misconceptions... Read More
How to deal with financial illnesses
Many people associate financial problems with the younger generation. People in their 20s and 30s often get themselves into debt with personal loans,... Read More
What are financial illnesses?
Most people have heard of the term ‘financial health’. As the name suggests, this refers to the health of a person’s finances and financial... Read More
What happens to your debts when you die?
When you’ve been buying on the never-never, what happens when you go off to forever ever? Most people will leave behind some kind of debt when they... Read More
Resources that can help you pay your bills during COVID-19
Household finances have been one of the hardest-hit areas in terms of the economic impact of COVID-19. As employers struggle to cope with the fallout... Read More
How to Budget for Christmas
Christmas is a wonderful time of the year. The holiday is all about spending time with loved ones, eating good food and enjoying the TV specials. But... Read More
How to Save Money on Your Christmas Food Shopping
Christmas food is one of the best things about the holiday. The sumptuous turkeys, crispy potatoes and late-night chocolates make the party just a... Read More
How to Save Cash on Your Christmas Shopping
Christmas is a time of joy and laughter with the loved ones. But all those festivities can add up and empty your bank account. Is it possible to save... Read More
7 Budget Products Not Worth Buying
Finding a bargain always feels nice. But cheap isn’t always the smartest choice. Budget products can even end up costing more in the long term.... Read More
Am I Entitled to Universal Credit?
Universal Credit is the new benefit to help when you are on a low income or out of work. The past few months have been tough on everyone, and there... Read More
How to Improve Your Credit Rating
The UK's credit rating system is central to an array of services such as: Bank accounts. Overdrafts. Personal loans. Credit cards. Mortgages.... Read More
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