By most indications, the economy is moving in a positive direction in 2018, and it is expected to stay on this course throughout the year. The number of new business openings should continue to be on the rise, and the franchise industry is expected to follow this trend.
Many of our readers will, like us, have accumulated a large sum of debt in the form of student loans. If you enter higher education and you are not lucky enough to be able to pay your fees straight up, taking out a loan is usually the only option.
Many feel that we are living in shaky times when analyzing the economy these days. High living costs are forcing many households to be cautious in spending money in an effort to keep within their monthly budgets. Here are a few top tips on how to be wise in
Many people worry about how they are perceived when they have incurred bad debt. It is an unfortunate circumstance if bad debt has been caused by circumstances where sickness, family changes or severed income has been experienced. So, what does one do when trying to get out of bad
It’s been huge in the news and the papers: the economy is set for yet, another, credit crunch. It seems that almost no-one will escape completely unaffected in terms of their finances, but for those with outstanding debt (be it a mortgage or unpaid credit cards) the damage could
Student loans are, for the majority of students, an unavoidable part of obtaining higher education. The steep rise in tuition fees sees students taking out loans of over £15,000/ year and for many this sudden, large debt is worrying. The regulations around repaying such debt are ever changing and
A change in rate could be a very large challenge for many people. These would include those with an unsecured mortgage debt or those with large, private tuition feeds. However, a change in rate could also be beneficial to those who hold workplace pensions. Here is a handy breakdown
There are two main ways in which people fall into debt in which they struggle to pay off. The most obvious way is by taking out large loans, perhaps for tuition fees or for a mortgage. However, many people often overlook the smaller, more frequent ways in which they
Whether you are a new parent or already have grown up children, you will have given a lot of thought to finances and your children’s future. Since a huge proportion of the population are currently in some form of debt, you may want to try to safeguard your kids
Over 5,000,000 UK residents are currently said to be struggling with debt issues. Being in debt can lead to all sorts of issues that are not necessarily obviously related to personal finances. It can lead to extreme stress and anxiety, a person may withdraw from society completely. In some