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.
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A recent news article published by the Daily Mail online claims that 35% of British people would get into debt to pay for a holiday. What´s your take?
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Liz Jones from the Daily Mail recently wrote about her huge debt problems, despite reportedly being one of the newspaper’s highest paid columnists and previously writing about her lavish lifestyle.
Does she deserve the criticism she received from the public, or should she be applauded for speaking up about debt and raising awareness that it really can affect anyone?
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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 days of spending for the fun of it are long gone and as nearly half of our nation (47%) become spendthrifty, saving £92 a month – it’s clear to see the penny has finally dropped (pun, fully intended 😉…
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Before the credit crunch hit, most of us put enough money aside to cover us for a rainy day or two. But reports now claim 9% of the public have already run the pot dry and should there be a…
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