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  • by Emma
  • January 08, 2016

Best Trick to Help You Improve Your Finances

Sometimes the best things are the simplest. With this trick we'll show you one easy thing you can do to improve your finances. You can't afford to miss... Read more

  • by James
  • January 07, 2016

How Long Does It Take To Go Bankrupt?

So how long does it take to go bankrupt? Bankruptcy can be implemented very quickly but it can vary depending on your individual circumstances...
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  • by Emma
  • January 07, 2016

Consumer Debt Soars Due To Christmas On Credit

Consumer borrowing on credit cards, loans and overdrafts is growing at its fastest rate since before the financial crisis, fuelled by many putting Christmas on... Read more

  • by James
  • January 06, 2016

Cheapest Way To Go Bankrupt?

What is the cheapest to go bankrupt? It is a question we are asked almost every day. In this guide we discuss how much bankruptcy costs and what help ...
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  • by Emma
  • January 06, 2016

Young People In Debt Crisis

The charity Citizens Advice has warned that unsecured borrowing has reached scary levels among young people, with record numbers ...

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  • by Emma
  • January 05, 2016

What Is An Attachment of Earnings

Have you received a letter threatening an attachment of earnings. In this guide we explore what an attachment of earnings order is, how they work and how to defend... Read more

  • by Emma
  • January 04, 2016

How To Go Bankrupt In Scotland

In order to go bankrupt in Scotland you need to meet slightly different criteria to that in England, Wales or N Ireland. In this guide we explain how to go bankrupt in Scotland....
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  • by Emma
  • December 31, 2015

What Is A Debt Relief Order?

Debt Relief Orders ( DROs ) are one way to deal with your debts if you owe less than £20,000. You may qualify for a Debt Relief Order as an alternative to bankruptcy if don't have much spare income and don't own ...
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