Credit Action have reported that although we may have done well to cut back on our spending during the credit crunch, now that we’re supposedly “out of the recession”, it seems many shoppers have unshackled their chains and re-acquainted themselves with their long lost lover, the credit card.
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There was a time when the great divide between “labels” defined those that shop by price, and those that don’t. But somewhere along the lines, these divides have blurred with the bunt of the recession, and a new breed of shopper has evolved…the bargain hunter.
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Coming to the conclusion that “I do” might not mean, “I do…forever”, is never an easy time in anyone’s life. But when making that decision – realising you can’t afford to go your separate ways, can present the worst possible…
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17% of small to medium businesses plan to recruit new employees in the run up to Christmas.
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It’s highly unlikely you’d be sat a dinner table with friends, talking about the benefits you might be on and comparing like for like. However, in the current recession, it’s very likely that more people than you think, are claiming…
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The word on the street is that the recession may finally be coming to an end and 2010 could be the year of recovery for the country’s economy. Despite this, the employment crisis isn’t, and as figures in this area…
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