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Organisations Rally For Advice Week, Urging Consumers To Tackle Debt Early

Today marks the start of Advice Week (12th-18th October) and UK consumers suffering in debt are being advised to face up to their problems sooner rather than later to avoid worsening their situation.

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Stephen Fry Endorses Research Linking Debt and Mental Health Problems

Financial difficulties can trigger or exacerbate mental illness and tough economic climates tend to result in increased demand for mental health services.

13 Oct 2009 Read More

Debt 'is making people ill'

Debt 'is making people ill'

12 Oct 2009 Read More

Debt problems 'should be seen to early'

Debt problems 'should be seen to early'

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Mortgages 'now two markets'

Mortgages 'now two markets'

12 Oct 2009 Read More

Fixed Rate Bonds or Instant Access Account – Which is Right for You

New figures show that while our personal debt mountain is still growing, it’s now started to slow down. Each and every one of us owes an average £4,760 in unsecured borrowing and pays a whopping £2,645 a year in interest for the “privilege" of having borrowed so much. Obviously that’s an appalling situation, so the news that we’re finally trying to do something about it should raise a weak cheer.

12 Oct 2009 Read More

Fixed Rate or Variable: Which is the Best Mortgage for You

The key consideration for anyone looking for a new mortgage, whether as a first time buyer or existing borrower, is to decide whether you reckon base rates are likely to stay low for years to come or are likely to increase.

12 Oct 2009 Read More

Confusion reigns regarding increased ISA allowances for over 50s

A study launched by Saga has revealed that just 5% of over 50s know what the new ISA limits being introduced on 6 October 2009 will be, demonstrating that the government and the savings and investment industry need to do more to advise people of the increase.

12 Oct 2009 Read More

Base rate 'to go on being held'

Base rate 'to go on being held'

9 Oct 2009 Read More

Personal touch 'vital for a home'

Personal touch 'vital for a home'

9 Oct 2009 Read More

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