A recent report has suggested talking about the bargains you’ve managed to hunt down is becoming more of a talking point than having splashed the cash on expensive purchases. Is the same true for people talking about their debts rather than how much money they have saved for a rainy day?
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A survey claims the average woman spends £1000 on her daily wardrobe. ClearDebt’s Jacqueline Cohen and 3 other women took part in a story run by the Daily Mirror to test if this was actually true and to show a comparison between a £79 wardrobe budget and an £1000+ wardrobe budget.
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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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When is going without, the right thing to do, in order to save for tomorrow? Well according to Abbey Saving’s customers, that time…isn’t now. Statistics released by Abbey Savings show 20% of parents with young children have no more than…
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Apparently not! Aviva Insurance Group have confirmed 40 million people in the UK plan to scrap their budget lifestyles and return to their more relaxed form of spending as soon as the recession is over and their disposable incomes recover.…
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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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