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How can I make my monthly budget easier to manage?

20 December 2011
Staying in control of your monthly budget could go a long way to improving your overall financial health. Let's take a look at some practical ways of organising your budget more effectively.... read more »

Could a debt consolidation loan make my debts easier to afford?

28 March 2011
A debt consolidation loan could make your debts simpler to manage and easier to afford on a month-to-month basis. But it`s only suitable for people who are already financially comfortable. ... read more »

Make your payments more manageable with debt consolidation

19 July 2010
If you have multiple debts and would like to make them more manageable, a debt consolidation loan could help.... read more »

Explaining debt management plans

13 April 2010
If you have debts that are proving difficult to repay, a debt management plan can help you to bring your repayments back down to an affordable level.... read more »

Unemployed and in debt

26 December 2009
Debt is not always a bad thing. So long as you can afford all your repayments, and you can see how you`ll repay what you owe, you needn`t face any problems, and your credit rating should be safe from the kind of damage which missing payments can cause.... read more »

Unmanageable debt in Scotland rising

6 May 2009
Unmanageable debt in Scotland seems to be rising, according to the latest insolvency figures from the Accountant in Bankruptcy (Scotland`s Insolvency Service).... read more »

30% of adults concerned about ability to manage debt

5 December 2008
Almost a third of adult Britons are concerned about their ability to manage debt, MoneyExpert has stated.... read more »

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