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    The New Year is fast approaching and many people are already devising their New Year resolutions. Perhaps, this year you are planning on improving your financial health. Maybe you are deeply in debt or maybe you just want to plan for the future. Whatever the reason, there are several different ways that a person can go about improving their finical health. One important thing that you need to know is, a bad financial report can affect you for the rest of your life and prevent you from achieving some your life’s major goals. Learning To Stretch And Budget Your Expenses […]
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    We are becoming known as ‘generation rent’ and so, it is safe to say, getting on the property ladder isn’t easy. Therefore, when we finally do, we expect we will move on when we are ready, perhaps to upsize or change locations – house repossession is the last thing on our mind. That is until the day we find ourselves in debt – debt that spirals out of control so quickly that suddenly losing our home becomes a very, very real possibility. House repossession comes about because you are in debt and debt doesn’t happen overnight. It will have been […]
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    Finance guru Martin Lewis described the link between mental illness and debt as a “marriage made in hell” in the Telegraph earlier this year. The piece states that people with mental health issues are four to six times more likely to have some form of debt crisis than those without. It’s a cyclical and deadly problem, because both sides of the issue feed each other. For those vulnerable to mental health fluctuations, debt can accelerate the feelings. Those who are depressed or suffering from anxiety might feel extra feelings of pressure and helplessness, especially if people they’ve never met contact […]
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