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How to Help if Your Parents are in Debt

Our parents have done so much for us – encouraging and supporting us all while providing a roof over our heads. It’s only natural, now we’re adults and in a position to help them, that we want to do everything...

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Protecting Your Finances

What does Debt Look Like?

Priority forms of debt, such as council tax and mortgage or rent repayments, are probably the most common things which spring to mind when talking about owing money. However, few may mention the more everyday types of debt which numerous...

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Debt Consolidation

The Problem with ‘Non-Priority’ Debt

‘Non-priority’ is an interesting word. Whereas ‘priority’ encourages immediate action, its opposite can give you an excuse to tackle matters later. ‘Non-priority’ is fine when the matter really isn’t urgent but arguably shouldn’t be used to describe any form of...

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Protecting Your Finances

How Much Should You Spend on Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday and retailers have spent the last few weeks coming up with a variety of offers and slogans to entice you into getting that perfect gift. With everything from e-readers to jewellery suggested, there’s...

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Protecting Your Finances

Can You Spot an Illegal Money Lender?

When debts are piling up and you need money fast, you’ll often do anything to ensure you fix this – especially if you have a loved one or children depending on you. However, in your haste to do what is...

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Protecting Your Finances

Could You Afford an Unexpected Expense?

We’ve all been there, you’re just about managing and then life throws a curveball your way. For example, perhaps your car needed urgent repair work, your pet had to go to the vet, or maybe an appliance broke down. At...

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