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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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4 Ways To Stop Stressing About Personal Finances And Change Them For The Better

4 Ways To Stop Stressing About Personal Finances And Change Them For The Better

Money is one of the leading causes of stress for many people. You often feel you don’t have enough of it and when you do, you feel guilty about spending it in case you need it for an emergency.

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Boost Your Credit Score Without Taking More Debt

It feels like a catch-22 situation: you can’t take out credit cards, loans or mortgages without a good credit score, but in order to build your credit score you need to use a credit card or make loan repayments.

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Are Council Employees Earning Enough In Britain?

Are Council Employees Earning Enough In Britain?

In six out of the UK’s twenty major cities, council employees are applying for short-term loans to help them meet unexpected expenses, pay everyday bills, and fund special occasions, according to leading UK credit brokerage CashLady.

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How Much Is £10,000 Worth In Today’s World?

In the headlines this week, we’ve seen the recommendation that every 25-year-old is given a one-off payment of £10,000 to help address the growing imbalance between generations.

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