February 2013 blog posts

Britain rocked by AAA credit rating downgrade

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Chancellor George Osborne has been dealt a major political blow by the news that ratings agency Moodys has downgraded Britain, taking away its much-vaulted AAA …

Royal carpet-maker Axminster forced to call in administrators

Out of businessOne of the best known names in the carpet industry has collapsed into administration in a last-ditch bid to save their 250 year old business.…

Southend Football Club facing bankruptcy again

Red cardLeague Two club, Southend United, is once again facing the possibility of being wound up after GM Revenue and Customs issued a petition against the …

Your Council Tax Could Rocket

Every council in England has been told to cut money from their budget. How much varies between councils and it is down to individuals within …

Engaged? How to Afford the Perfect Wedding

Receiving a proposal of marriage is wonderful and exciting for any couple. Soon you’ll have your wedding planning hats firmly on – arranging venues, dresses, …

Saving your payment details online could get you into financial trouble

Ever found yourself entertaining demanding youngsters? Ever had to juggle them whilst working? Ever chosen to entertain them by handing over your smartphone? It is …

Still Struggling To Clear Christmas Debts?

No matter how carefully you budget, it’s scarily easy to get sucked into spending more than you intended over the festive season.

And it’s not …

The History of Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy: it’s a word nearly everyone is familiar with but very few people understand what it actually means.

If you are facing Bankruptcy, undoubtedly …

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