Debt

Bank of England Raises Interest Rates: What Does It Mean for You?

The Bank of England has raised the interest rate from 0.5% to 0.75% – the first rise since 2009.

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Emergency Loans: What You Must Know Before Getting One

Emergency Loans: What You Must Know Before Getting One

Sometimes emergencies happen and you need access to cash fast. So, what do you do when your rainy-day fund is empty and you need a sizeable sum of money urgently? An emergency loan could be your only option.

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How To Give Up Cash

How To Give Up Cash

Cash machines are disappearing from the streets of Britain at a rate of 300 per month. Now, debit cards have, for the very first time, overtaken cash usage – with 13.2 billion transactions to 13.1 billion.

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How Much Debt Is Too Much?

We’ve gone from a nation of savers to a nation of borrowers – taking out credit cards, dipping into our overdrafts and using payday loans to combat ever-rising prices and to fund our 21st century lifestyles.

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Preparing For The Inevitable Financial Emergency

Preparing For The Inevitable Financial Emergency

Let’s face the harsh reality. We all have faced or will face some sort of financial crisis in our lifetime and it is our responsibility to be ready for it.

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Next Steps When You’re Made Redundant

Losing a job – a lot of us have been there and know the horrible sinking feeling that accompanies your last paycheque.

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Busting Myths: Can You Improve Your Credit Score By Borrowing Money?

Busting Myths: Can You Improve Your Credit Score By Borrowing Money?

Your credit score changes as a result of every loan that you take out and every payment that you make, pay late or fail to pay.

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