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How To Tell If You’re Struggling With Spiralling Debt Problems

April 17th, 2015
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“Struggling” is such a subjective term; one person’s definition of struggling could be wildly different to another’s. Where one person avoids going to a restaurant for dinner because they can’t afford it, another person may avoid going to the dentist for the same reason. Which of the two will think that they’re struggling with debt…

How to Rebuild Your Credit

April 16th, 2015
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One of the questions we’re frequently asked is how a Scottish trust Deed will affect your credit down the line. By entering into a Scottish Trust Deed you agree not to take out or apply for any further credit until after your Trust Deed has been completed and you’ve been formally discharged. At this point…

The Benefits of a Debt Consolidation Loan

April 15th, 2015
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Government funding cuts have had a negative impact on several households across the United Kingdom with less protection for public services and other businesses that people are heavily reliant on. This has affected people in virtually every industry since the global recession and shocked many when falling into debt. The lure of payday loans cannot…

How the Cost of Living Has Increased

April 13th, 2015
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Despite supermarkets being full of bargain deals on cut-price Easter Eggs, the growing problem of price hikes remains for everyday necessities. Following the tradition of purchasing chocolate may be fairly innocuous to your finances, but there seems to be little letup on monthly charges that appear to be getting more and more expensive. Britons are…

How to Reduce Your Credit Card Debt

March 31st, 2015
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Thousands of Scottish residents are currently struggling with credit card debt. It can be all too easy to quickly accumulate huge amounts of debt due to high interest rates and hefty charges.

How the Budget Affects Scotland

March 27th, 2015
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Chancellor George Osborne has revealed the pre-election Budget, and it features some key changes that will interest the residents of Scotland. There’s a boost to the country’s oil and whisky industries, and the Scottish government will be provided with an extra £31million next year. A £1.3billion package was also pledged in support for the North…

The Dangers of Council Tax Debt

March 25th, 2015
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Austerity measures were inevitable after the results of the 2010 election, but voters will be disappointed these are still in place today after a slow economic recovery. Personal debt has been a damaging consequence from an unstable and uncertain economy around the globe. Poorer residents have felt that they have been taken advantage of by…

How to Recognise Your Spiralling Debt Problem

March 23rd, 2015
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When it comes to taking the first steps towards rebuilding your financial situation, half the battle is recognising your problems before things spiral into further turmoil. It’s important to remember that there are tell-tales signs for everyone in these dire straits and the quicker you take action on them, the easier things will be in…