August 2013 blog posts

Good News for the High Street as Retail Sales Increase

There have been a number of recent reports highlighting that the UK economy might be showing signs of a recovery, albeit a modest one. This …

‘Back to School’ costs are forcing parents into debt

Research from the Citizens Advice Bureau has seen the increasing cost of sending children ‘back to school’ come under scrutiny.

Focused on the Isle of …

US Court shows little sympathy for Argentine economy

Argentina has been ordered to repay debts of $1.47 billion to hedge fund investors, following a failed appeal in the US appeals court.

This latest …

Case Study on specialist financial company Baines & Ernst

Mobile SEO is one of Google’s key focuses at the moment. At SMX Advanced, which took place in June, Matt Cutts spoke of plans to …

New pension plans could fail to fund retirement for millions

pensionsThe TUC claims that the government’s proposed pension changes will leave millions already struggling with debt management even further out of pocket.

Plans to introduce …

Britain’s banks continue to recover

Old Fashioned Bank SignA newly published report has revealed that, for the first time in three years, all five major banks in Britain are in the black.

Though …

Could it be time for first time buyers to get on the property ladder?

How to get on the property ladderThe British obsession with home ownership shows no signs of abating, despite the general economic environment remaining difficult for many.

According to data from the …

How the Benefits Cap Could Affect People

There has been much publicity about the benefits cap that is being introduced by the government. If you’ve not already been affected then you could …

France and Germany to thank for euro zone success

euro notesThe euro zone has emerged from nearly two years of recession thanks to economic growth in both Germany and France.

Increased consumer spending coupled with …

How Your Budget Can Affect Where You Live

With house prices and rents remaining at record highs, an increasingly number of people are finding it difficult to live in the area that they …

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