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How to Prioritize the Payment of Debts: Tackle Money issues, Council Tax, Secured Debt, Unsecured Debt

Prioritising the payment of debts is one of the most important things someone with money issues must do. Unfortunately, those with money issues tend to pay small, unsecured debts before secured debts. Some even miss council tax payments and face imprisonment. Organising the payment of debts is important as it helps those struggling with personal […]

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The Wage Garnishment Process and Collections: Can a Debt Collector Garnish Wages Over an Unpaid Debt?

Wage garnishment is a very real fear for many individuals who owe debts that they are currently unable to pay. Laws are in place, however, to protect consumers from losing too much disposable income to garnishment. What Is Wage Garnishment? Wage garnishment occurs when an individual is sued for a debt and either loses the […]

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Why Should A Borrower Consolidate Debt? Low APR Personal Loans to Reduce Monthly Repayments

Having multiple unsecured debts, such as: unsecured loans, personal overdrafts and credit card debt can complicate family finances. An increasing number of borrowers are choosing to consolidate debt with a low APR personal loan in order to reduce monthly repayments and make life easier. Credit Card Debt Has No Defined Term Credit card debt is […]

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How To Reduce Spending During the Credit Crunch: Lower Outgoings & Reduce Debts

Times are harder than they have been in some time so taking practical steps to deal with the current credit crunch crisis is essential. The good news is that a few simple lifestyle changes can help reduce spending and overall debt levels significantly. Pay off Debt If affordable, use savings to pay off debt. There […]

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Made Redundant and Need to Make Money Fast? Make Extra Money and Write-Off Debt with a Debt Solution

For the first time since 1991, Britain has officially entered a recession. A 2016 forecast by the Ernst & Young ITEM Club predicts that the next 12 months will see the largest contraction in GDP since 1946. The number of people that were made redundant reached an 11 year high in November 2015 and this […]

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Filing for a Personal Bankruptcy Case

Individuals who have made the decision to file for bankruptcy should realize that they are in for a lot of difficult work. They will have to remain focused on the task at hand in order to succeed in their case. This is especially true because there are a lot of details that cannot be overlooked […]

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North Carolina’s Outer Banks: Re-enact the Wright Brother’s flights; re visit the Lost Colony

On North Carolina’s Outer Banks, names like Kitty Hawk, the Wright Brothers, Blackbeard and The Lost Colony stir young imaginations. The barrier islands, on 130 miles of unspoiled coastline are lands of historical firsts, providing families with endless activities to experience the region’s rich past and nature in a hands – on way. Outer Banks […]

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Protection from Identity Theft: Keeping a Good Name and Credit Rating Safe

Avoiding identity theft doesn’t always mean buying expensive identity protection services. While many people purchase these and find them very beneficial, other people prefer to do things on their own. Some people also just don’t have the money to spend-but they still want to protect their good name and their credit rating. A poor credit […]

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Steps to Take Before Getting a Mortgage after Bankruptcy

The UK Insolvency Helpline, concerned about the proliferation of unregulated debt management companies that have begun operations in the last few years, is a network of professional lawyers, accountants, licensed insolvency practitioners and debt management firms. It exists to provide reliable and independent money advice to those people seeking debt help and consequently provides valuable […]

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