September 2013 blog posts

Energy firms fight Labour’s price freeze plan

Burning Gas Oven In KitchenLabour leader, Ed Miliband, has come under fire from energy firms following his campaign promise to freeze prices for two years, if elected into government.…

Republic of Ireland exit recession

Recession or recoveryOfficial figures suggest the Republic of Ireland has emerged from recession following years of financial difficulty.

The 2008 debt crisis hit the country hard as …

Local councils battle against bedroom tax

monopoly housesThe controversial ‘bedroom tax’ continues to cause problems as an increasing number of households struggle to meet the extra costs it has created.

Newly released …

Is the new Apple iPhone 5S secure?

Mobile phoneAs hackers create Apple iPhone security fears, concerns about online fraud is on the rise as consumers worry about mobile phone security.

Just a day …

How pensioners can protect themselves from telephone scams

Many pensioners are vulnerable, perhaps because they live alone or are not in the best of health. Many also have accessible savings or even large …

Record revenue but Manchester United remain in debt

Red cardFinancial results from Manchester United show that despite a rise in revenue, the club is still spending millions on controlling its controversial debt levels.

Consistently …

Royal Mail to be floated on the stock exchange

One PoundControversial plans to privatise the Royal Mail have been outlined by the government.

The company’s 150,000 employees will take possession of 10% of shares, prior …

Pros and Cons of a Zero-Hours Contract

Zero-hours contracts have been hitting the headlines recently – and for all the wrong reasons, it seems. Recently published research from the CIPD has estimated …

How to find cheaper travel

On top of another bumper year of utility bill rises, with many households feeling increasingly squeezed, many will face another stiff increase in their rail …

One in three parents fear debt could cripple their finances

Family moneyDetails of a recent report have revealed that 8 in 10 parents are concerned about making ends meet financially during the next 12 months.

The …

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