Some tips and ideas for way to cut back on your spending for Valentine’s Day this year
Consumers need to be aware of the upcoming VAT increase on the 4th January 2011. Being aware and planning is one thing, but we would advise against panic-buying before the increase. We’ve put together a table to give you a clearer picture of how much extra you’ll be paying at a 20% VAT rate.
Spending on plastic has taken over cash when it comes to spending according to a new report this week. This could be bad news for some as spending on cards can make it difficult to keep a track of spending.
Senior debt advisor Mike Morgan discusses the new CCCS Guidelines and how their expenditure to income benchmarks could mean future IVA holders finding themselves worse off financially because of it.
Do you cringe when you see your phone bill after returning from a holiday abroad? You’re not alone! According to a recent study 22 million British holidaymakers use their mobile phones whilst abroad and many are left with huge bills, which could ultimately turn into huge debts.
A report by Tesco Finance has revealed that couples spend an average of 10 months saving up for weddings. What options are there for people who are in debt and want to get married without making their financial situation worse?