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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We need you to help us spread the festive fun and send us your seasonal selfies. Whether it’s with friends, family, or even the tree! No Scrooges allowed. The post #HBChristmasFace Terms and Conditions appeared first on Harrington Brooks.

Ho-Ho-How excited are you for the holidays this year? We think that the most important part of Christmas is having your loved ones around you and spending time, not money. That’s why we want you to tell us about the most thoughtful, low-cost gift y...

This month, we’re embracing the festive spirit and hosting two Christmas competitions! Tell us about the most thoughtful gift you’ve given or received with the hashtag #DearHB OR send us a selfie of your Christmas face using #HBChristmasFace. Her...

Phillip Hammond has delivered his first Autumn Statement since becoming Chancellor. Here’s how it affects you. Increase in the National Living Wage There will be a 30p increase in the National Living Wage from April 2017. This applies to all worker...

To engage young people with maths and money management in an interactive way, One Advice Group employees collectively created a board game called PayDay. The post We’ve got maths and money on our mind appeared first on Harrington Brooks.

Cheese can go with pretty much anything. It’s an everyday item in most household shopping baskets as you’re likely to eat around 11.6kg of cheese per year in the UK (International Dairy Federation). We put one of the UK’s most popular cheeses,...

From November 2016 the Benefit Cap will limit the total amount of money a household receives through benefits. In a nutshell, this means that UK households will have a £20,000 limit on benefits per year. Or £23,000 for London households. The below...