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Blog Tags:Finance, Bankcruptcy, Debt Management, Debt, IVA, Debt Consolidation
Country:United Kingdom
Location:Manchester

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Credit report reference agency Equifax has revealed that hackers have got hold of some customers’ information in a data breach. The Equifax hack mainly relates to 143 million US customers but it also affects some UK and Canadian data too. If you us...

The new plastic tenner is now finally in banks, after its release on 14 September. And it won’t be long before it makes its way to ATMs and shops near you. Getting your hands on your first new banknote is always exciting, as it looks different to t...

By now, you’ve probably seen the adverts for the PPI deadline on 29 August 2019. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has launched a campaign to make sure everyone knows how long they have to claim. And one new television advert features none othe...

The summer holidays are long gone and that means the kids, and teachers, are now back into their daily school routines. So, if you’ve been running around all summer entertaining, taxiing, face painting, at the theme park, local park or museum, then...

The Money Advice Service (MAS) is running an independent debt advice funding review to see what issues those with money worries are facing. This will look at how much debt advice is needed as well as what could change in the future. The review is now...

Unexpectedly your car needs some repairs following its MOT, your boiler breaks down leaving you without hot water or your washing machine packs up and floods the kitchen. Unplanned and unwelcome events like this can catch you unaware. It happens and...

If you’ve had problems with your credit rating in the past, you’re probably wondering how long it takes to go from a bad credit rating to a good one. After all, having a better credit score means you’re more likely to get credit or be able to b...