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    Five things you might not know about credit scores

    As recent reports have shown we are a nation where almost one in five people are struggling with debt. This is why credit scores are important to lenders. They separate the reliable borrowers from the risky. But although most of us have heard about credit …

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    Understanding the US earnings season: Three TECH stocks

    One of the busiest times for financial analysts, CFD traders and journalists is before and during US earnings seasons. US earnings seasons follow the financial quarter-ends in each year – January, April, July and October. If you are new to CFDs, you can learn about …

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    3 Effective Ways to Cut Down on Debt

    Debt is something that plagues people of all walks of life. Even those who have high-paying salaries often find themselves in debt, whether it be from credit cards, school loans or otherwise. Cutting down on debt is often a long and arduous process, especially given …

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    How Do I Find Out If I Paid PPI?

    It’s great to know that, if you were one of the many victims of PPI mis-selling, you have a good chance of being able to recover the money you were duped into parting with. Many banks have accepted their culpability in the widespread scandal and …

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    Feeling Broke? Strap on a Backpack

    I love no-frills backpacking! If I’ve got a t-shirt and a toothbrush in my bag I’m happy to hit the road for weeks on end, and the best part about it is that if you know where to head, you won’t need to have saved …

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  • Trillion Dollar Note

    The Trillion Dollar Coin

    A bloke applies for a job on a building site as a shovel-cleaner’s assistant. To his surprise he is asked to attend an interview. “How many GCSEs have you got?” asks the foreman. “Twenty seven”, replies the chap. “You’re being ridiculous”, the foreman says. “Well …

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  • Retirement Golden Nest Egg

    Pension Investment Options

    With people living longer on average and retirement years increasing as a result, it is more important than ever before to ensure financial stability during the later stages of life. The meagre £107.45 a week offered in the state pension package is hardly enough to …

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  • Van Insurance

    Temporary Van Insurance

    Temporary van insurance is very useful for people who might need to use a car or a van for a short period of time for one reason or another. For instance, if you need to borrow your friend’s or relative’s car for a short period, …

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  • UK Bank Account

    UK bank account for non residents

    Are you a non UK resident? A non UK resident refers to a person who does not live in the United Kingdom or does not have a UK address. The term applies to a British expatriate or a foreign national living outside the UK. If …

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  • Tightening The Belt Budgeting

    How To Work Out a Budget

    Budgeting is not just living within your means, it takes some actual effort to put together a budget and stick to it. Budgeting will help you save, economise and ensure you’re getting the best deals for all your requirements. Sensible budgeting is beneficial for all …

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