Harrington Brooks Personal Finance News

Blog URL:http://www.harringtonbrooks.co.uk/finances/
Blog Tags:Finance, Bankcruptcy, Debt Management, Debt, IVA, Debt Consolidation
Country:United Kingdom
Location:Manchester

Harrington Brooks Personal Finance for debt news as well as tips and tricks to manage your money.



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As classes around the country are now back in session, we’re having our own school-themed prize draw! We want to see your brilliant school snaps – whether they’re embarrassing throwbacks of mullets, flares and bowl cuts or more rece...

We are massive fans of saving money and would normally suggest switching to own brand alternatives. But there are occasions when paying more for household products can save you money. In 2014 consumer site Which conducted tests on a number of washing...

Camping can be a fairly cheap way of entertaining the kids, seeing new places and making memories. With holidaying abroad becoming more expensive, a ‘staycation’ can be an affordable way of having fun. As more people choose to holiday in the UK w...

A review in to retail banking has recommended a number of changes to the way customers bank in the UK. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) investigation outlined a number of key changes that include: Banks being required to send alerts to cus...

It’s been seven years since the Bank of England decided to cut interest rates to 0.5% in March 2009. But can you remember what life was like? We take a quick trip down memory lane. Gordon Brown was Prime Minister. You are likely to have received a...

Here’s our quick two minute guide on how you might be affected by an interest rate cut. If you’re a saver As of July 2016 the rate that savers get through an ISA or regular savings account is quite low. Any cut, providing your account is linked t...

While it may not be money saving, we all love a takeaway. But which take away is the most expensive? There are plenty to choose from when spending your hard earned cash. We take a look at the takeaways with the highest spend per person using research...