Consumers Feel Confident About Paying Off Debt

Consumers Feel Confident About Paying Off Debt

Confidence levels in paying off unsecured debt remain high, with four in five (83%) of those surveyed feeling confident or very confident that they will meet their future repayments, according to a recent report from Lloyds Bank.

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Cameron: Firms must ‘damn well pay’

Cameron: Firms must ‘damn well pay’

With the next General election set for 7 May 2015, David Cameron has commented that companies which exploit loopholes to avoid tax will be made to “damn well pay”.

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It’s not just celebrities who are on HMRC’s APN list…

It’s not just celebrities who are on HMRC’s APN list…

Have you noticed the noise surrounding celebrities who have been in the media recently, allegedly involved in tax avoidance schemes? David Beckham is now among celebrities and sportsmen who are expected to receive tax demands from HMRC totalling millions of pounds, after investing in tax schemes which HMRC are challenging as tax evasion.

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"How the free mlm & SAMH debt clinic service helped me..."

We look forward to sharing a recent story with you, where one of our Directors, Antonia was able to help our charity partner SAMH's client, who had been suffering from mental health issues for some time and had debt that she was struggling to pay and didn't know where to turn to for help.....

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Are you one pay cheque away from losing your home?

Are you one pay cheque away from losing your home?

If you are one pay cheque away from being unable to pay for your home, you are not alone. Thirty-five percent of those polled in a new YouGov survey – equivalent to 8.6 million people – could not pay their rent or mortgage from their savings for more than a month.

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