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How to be Financially Savvy this Christmas

No one could have predicted 2020, but what we do know is that Christmas will be on the 25th of December. However, there’s no denying that we’ve had bigger things to worry about this year than the coming Christmas period, which is bearing down on us faster than a freight train. So, it would make…

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13 Common Myths & Misunderstandings About Bankruptcy

Understandably, no one wants to consider bankruptcy, as it can have an effect on your financial situation for several years. However, most people that file for bankruptcy usually find themselves stronger and more financially stable on the other side of it. Remember that classic childhood game Snakes & Ladders? Well, like the game, sometimes you…

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10 Things You Can Do To Tackle Debt Right Now

When your debt only seems to increase, living life can become stressful and frustrating, you can’t sleep at night and your relationships are affected. One common emotion is feeling hopeless. You might feel like there’s nothing you can do right now to make progress on clearing your debt. Hopelessness can make you feel like giving up or,…

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10 Good Money Habits You Should Adopt

If you’re like more than half the adult population, every year, you make a New Year’s resolution to get your finances in order. That’s a great start, but unless you do things differently from what you’ve done up till now, why should anything change? But if you change your mindset and money habits, then your…

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How to Budget Like a Boss

Budgets? So boring! If you’re anything like me in the past you’ve written one before and promptly forgot about it or realised it was totally unrealistic and given up before you even got started. But as boring as budgets are, they can be the difference between sharing a can of baked beans with your cats…

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How Do Debt Consolidation Loans Work?

If you’re like most people, then you might have a couple (or more) loans that you’re currently paying off at the moment. Paying off more multiple debts at a time is not uncommon. You may have a couple of credit cards and have taken out a loan for a car or home, for example. It’s…

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