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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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Top travel insurance tips

When you go travelling it can be a particularly exciting time in your life, whether you’re going for a year, a month, a week or just a weekend! Exploring a new part...

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3 ways young people can start saving for retirement

A common misconception is that only “old people” should be worried about saving for retirement. In reality, retirement isn’t something that you should only start thinking about when...

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3 tips for developing financial discipline

‘Self-discipline’ is a term whipped around by fitness experts, nutritionists, fashion addicts, technoheads and everyone in between. We all lack self-control occasionally, conquering particular aspects of our lives, basking in our accomplishment and rightly so, though we often neglect...

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Getting car finance with a bad credit rating

While the news has contained some rather interesting stories recently about people who have tried to outwit the banks, when it comes to credit, for most of...

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How can you financially prepare for retirement?

Retirement and pensions are touchy subjects in today’s economic climate. The retirement age is set to increase along with life expectancy, and the introduction of new government pension schemes is causing unrest...

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How to buy fixed assets

Fixed assets are generally safe investments, but they’re only ‘safe’ if you understand what you need to consider when you’re buying them. So how do you actually buy fixed...

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Administration orders – small debts still cause big problems

Any debt is problematic if you cannot afford to repay the amount you owe. It does not matter whether the amount is £5,000 or...

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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...

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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...

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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 problem is, that although money can...

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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...

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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...

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