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How to deal with credit card debt

Credit card debt can seem like a black hole: with high interest rates, the amount you owe can escalate quickly and finding a way out may seem impossible.

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When's the best time to get a mortgage?

The best time to apply for and take out a mortgage depends a lot on you and your personal circumstances and there is no easy formula that will help you to figure out the answer.

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How to get 40% more on your over 50s life insurance policy

Every year, an increasing number of people buy guaranteed over 50 life insurance as a way of leaving a cash lump sum to their family when they die, either to help with funeral costs, pay off outstanding debts or simply to leave as a gift.

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Beginner’s guide to Mortgages

A mortgage is a loan that is secured against the home you buy. The mortgage market has taken a hit in recent years but there are still competitive products available and you need to think very carefully about what product suits your situation now and in the near future.

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Get cash back on all your purchases with a cashback credit cards

Cashback credit cards offer money back for every pound spent on them and can be a great little bonus for people with a good credit score...

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Latests Guides

Why credit can work for you

Whilst most people like to stay financially independent, there are times when you need money in advance of payday. For those occasions when you don’t have the money yourself, a credit card can be a...

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How does UK income tax work?

Every person in the UK gets a certain amount of tax-free allowance each tax year. This means that you don’t pay tax on this amount of your earnings. The tax year, beginning...

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Common sense: a surefire way to make savings on your energy bills

More households than ever in the UK are currently in a state of what is known as ‘fuel poverty’. The...

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Best money saving tips for travellers

Going on holiday is a highlight of the year – a time to relax after week after week of slogging away in the office hard...

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Save on your house sale with an online agent

Savvy shoppers know very well by now that the best way to save money is to carry out a little research and to shop around on the internet. Some of the very best prices for products can...

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How much does it really cost to have a baby?

Raising a baby is often the most rewarding experience that a person can go through in his or her lifetime. However, for those who are considering going on the adventure of becoming a parent, it...

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How are car insurance quotes calculated?

In short, it can be slightly complicated. A lot of people ask “How are car insurance quotes calculated?” But one of the biggest questions is how your premiums are worked out. Here’s our quick guide… Statistics Insurance...

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Tips for surviving unemployment

Unemployment continues to plague many families across the country, as people try to come to terms with losing their jobs. Dealing with the loss of your job can be very difficult and can cause various emotions ranging...

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Top ways to save for a holiday

Holidays are a big expense for any family but a much-needed break from the drudgery of work, school, bills, and...

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Can a loan help me?

There are times in life when you could find yourself in financial difficulty. For many people, they just about manage to...

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What if my creditors don’t agree to an IVA proposal?

If you’ve applied for an Individual Voluntary Arrangement you’ll need 75% of your creditors to agree to your IVA. But what if your creditors don’t agree to an IVA proposal? Creditor’s Meeting This...

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What happens after my IVA finishes?

Congratulations on successfully finishing your Individual Voluntary Arrangement (IVA) – you’re now a big step closer to becoming debt free! But what happens after your IVA finishes? Here are a few things to consider… Certificate of Completion...

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