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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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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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Rising Interest Rates: What Does It Mean For You?

Rising Interest Rates: What Does It Mean For You?

If you’ve seen any sort of news coverage over the past week, then you’ll know that the Bank of England have decided to put the interest rate up, from 0.25% to 0.5%.

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Get Out of the Red and Into the Black

Get Out Of The Red And Into The Black

Debt is like an avalanche that grows stronger with every monthly statement.

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Brits Should Get Scores in Shape Now to Avoid Christmas Credit Hangover

Brits Should Get Scores in Shape Now to Avoid Christmas Credit Hangover

One in five (21%) British households are already worrying about festive expenses and nearly a quarter (24%) say they will take out a new financial product – such as a credit card – to help manage the cost of Christmas.

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Retailers Risk Losing Customers By Not Offering Credit

Retailers Risk Losing Customers By Not Offering Credit

Offering flexible finance options is an important way to gain potential customers.

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Want To Get The Best Finance Deals? [Infographic]

Want To Get The Best Finance Deals? [Infographic]

If you’re needing finance but are unable to receive the best deals, this infographic will help.

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