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Debt and the Health Service

Date: Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

There has been a quiet tide of panic amongst those most vulnerable in society ever since the UK’s debt crisis was revealed. The elderly, the poor and in particular the sick have been worried about how the unavoidable cuts will …

Ireland Debt Could Be Downgraded

Date: Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Ireland is ever closer to facing bankruptcy as its debt crisis reached new levels today. Moody’s rating agency has today warned Ireland that its Aa2 debt rating has been put under review and may be downgraded.

Having an even worse …

UK Banks May Need Handout

Date: Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

The independent New Economics Foundation (NEF) thinktank has recently published a new report on British banks entitled “Where Did Our Money Go?” This new report is of the opinion that banks in Britain may soon need debt help and another …

Cutting the Costs

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2010

When you’re in debt and every penny counts, you try to cut back on as many things as possible. However, take some good debt advice and think these things through before you simply stop doling out the money.

For instance, …

Internet Savings

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2010

According to Which? around 4 million British people are missing out on cheap deals because they have no access to the internet.

However, for those lucky consumers who do have access to the internet, cheap deals are everywhere and financial …

Tesco Mortgages Held Up

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2010

The UK government’s plans to entice more businesses into the banking sector aren’t a huge success at the moment. UK Business Secretary Vince Cable is aiming to get more businesses to offer banking services as it will serve to help …

Planning a Safety Net

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2010

Scottish Provident has revealed that around a third of UK consumers (31%) have no financial safety net in place should the main breadwinner of a household be unable to work. Which means that a third of consumers could rapidly find …

Ireland Faces Crisis

Date: Monday, October 4th, 2010

Since August, when Standard & Poor’s downgraded the Irish government’s credit rating, Ireland has been under nervous surveillance by the rest of the European Union because any disaster that befalls the Irish is likely to affect us all in turn.…

Saving for Unemployment

Date: Friday, October 1st, 2010

According to a new MoneyMood Survey, 40% of men in the UK are saving up in case of redundancy and unemployment.

Debt advice companies have long urged people to save for a rainy day in order to avoid getting in …

The Elderly in Debt

Date: Friday, October 1st, 2010

The charity Age UK has said that there will soon be a surge in the elderly seeking debt advice after the spending review.

The charity has warned that cuts in housing and social care will result in a lot of …

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