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Ten Tips for Making 2012 Debt-Free

By now, you have likely broken your New Year’s resolution. So now it’s about actually changing your behavior rather than totally giving up. Whether you are just trying to get out of credit card debt or having issues with certain debt collection laws, here are 10 actions you should take in 2012. 1. Start by… Continue Reading

Santander credit cards: money management techniques

Here we will look at the way that Santander credit cards can be used to manage your money effectively. This article is focused on Santander credit cards as they are a representative example of the credit card products currently available on the high street, but this advice can of course be applied to a range… Continue Reading

Wedding Insurance and Family Investments

Buying a wedding insurance policy protects you financially against the cost of cancelling or postponing your wedding, as well as costs incurred due to failure of suppliers. A wedding is rarely an investment of only one person’s money, however, so you need to ensure your insurance policy protects everyone in your family who has invested in the big… Continue Reading

Double your ISA Allowance

Millions of people choose to save money in ISAs as it offers tax-free interest and a good way to save. In this article, we look at some of the key attributes of ISAs as well as how you can double your ISA allowance. One of the most common types of ISA is the cash ISA. Currently, this… Continue Reading