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Many people are unaware that they could be eligible for benefits and other financial help and are not claiming and receiving money that is rightfully theirs. Hundreds of thousands of households across the UK could be better off, but are failing to claim money from the government that they’re entitled to. Research from Turn2us – a national charity helping people…
Tuesday, 08 November 2016 23:55

Who gets your Yes Vote?

As the polls tighten in the last day of the race between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton to become the 45th President of the United States it got us thinking here about what us Brits think of it all and if ‘scandal’ is just part and parcel of politics and capitalism. The presidential campaign has seen both Donald Trump and…
We're going to say the C word - no not that word! The other one - CHRSTMAS! Whether you want to accept it or not Christmas is just around the corner and financial preparations need to be made right now in order to get the very best value for money and ensure that you don't go over budget. A few…
Friday, 14 October 2016 17:35

Bad credit? No Credit? Which is worse?

People say that having no credit is as bad as having a bad credit score. Is this true, and if so, why? We’ll have a look at what they both mean and what they, more importantly, mean for the average person looking to get a loan. Put simply if you don’t have a credit score, this means that banks and…
Saturday, 24 September 2016 02:59

Save Money Like Your Grandparents Did

Debt is becoming a serious issue. Many people blame the increased cost of living, but the real issue lies with poor spending habits. We suffer with large debts due to loans, credit cards and spending money we don’t have. These are issues that our grandparents never had to deal with, why? Well, below we have listed a few tips we…
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