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An unnerving amount of working men whose children rely on them financially have no life insurance cover should the worst happen, latest research shows. The study, which was conducted by a well-known insurance firm, highlights that almost four million working fathers who are the biggest provider for the family, have no life insurance cover whatsoever…
Vulnerable people’s finances are so bad at the minute that many are having to make money from sex work and prostitution to make ends meet. Figures have shown that thousands of mentally vulnerable and physically disabled people who have been struggling since cuts to disability benefits were brought in, have been earning money through sex…
A government ban on tenancy fees set to come into play in seven days will more than likely make rents rise for tenants, according to a thinktank. Letting agents have already signalled that some landlords have been putting up their rent prices since March in preparation for the new tenancy fee changes set to come…
Friday, 31 May 2019 17:05

Credit card defaults hit new high

People defaulting on their credit cards reached new highs in the first eight weeks of 2019. We were already acutely aware of the debt crisis in the UK and how people are dealing with it. But as opposed to people getting a check on their finances and putting things right, it appears that things are…
More than fifty per cent of people have no money left in their bank account on the last few days leading up to payday, a report by YouGov shows. Despite people being advised to save wherever possible and never let their bank account run dry, it appears that far more people than first thought are…
Imagine if we told you that the majority of car insurance finance was mis-sold, and you may be entitled to a refund on insurance bought in the last 6 years. You wouldn’t believe us, would you? But that could actually be the case, in fact we are almost certain that it is the case and…
Monday, 20 May 2019 10:12

Wonga set for UK comeback

Wonga looks set to make a return to the UK in 2021-22. We can reveal that Wonga is to restart lending again after emerging from administration. In 2018 Wonga ceased all trading and went into administration. What was once the UK's biggest short term lender, suddenly found itself running out of cash. Whilst their current…
Wednesday, 04 September 2019 19:25

Brits to enjoy cheap holidays thanks to Brexit

Brexit is making package holidays to Europe exceptionally cheap – up to 40 per cent cheaper in some instances, meaning good has come of the situation after all. Believe it or not, holiday prices to popular destinations such as Spain, Portugal and France have been reduced massively this year in a bid to get Brits…
It appears people are finally fed up with Brexit, couldn’t care less what happens next, and have decided to continue with their lives, or at least that is what the property market is signalling anyway. New statistics have shown that house prices are rising at a productive pace for the first time in a couple…
The popularity of equity release has been gathering pace for some time now, and this week it reached new highs when it was revealed that the sector had doubled in size in just over 36 months. Figures show that in the last 14 months homeowners have released around £3.4billion from their property, with many people…