June 2014 blog posts

Councils Accused Over Cost of Parking

Colorful crumpled adhesive notes with sad faces.With the rising cost of living continuing to take its toll on a number of UK households, the price of parking has come under scrutiny …

Essex residents alerted over credit card “dip” thieves

Credit cardPolice in Canvey, Essex, are on the hunt for a group of identity thieves who have been using the details of others to obtain credit …

Mortgage Applications Set to Rise Despite Potentially Cooling Market

InflationThe Bank of England has announced that although mortgage demand looks set to increase in the coming months, supply may be slowed down as action …

Councillor campaigns for future of beleaguered Kent port

Tough timesA once bustling Kent port is facing the threat of bankruptcy, following a dramatic fall in income over the past year.

Local councillor, Ian …

Manufacturing sector celebrates sick leave decline

This image shows a sick man sneezingThe 2014 Sickness Absence Survey, conducted by The Manufacturers’ Organisation, EEF, has shown that the number of sick days taken over the last two years …

Energy prices fall for the big six but not consumers

make money go further - save on necessitiesEnergy regulator, Ofgem, has told energy companies to explain the impact of falling wholesale prices on customers’ bills or risk undermining confidence in the industry …

Scotland’s economy boosted by tourism numbers

Scottish FlagTourism in Scotland has seen a boost as the country prepares to vote in an independence referendum later this year.

Although London remains the UK’s …

4 Ways in which the internet could help you save money

Wise shoppers know how to save money and there are more ways to save on what you spend right now than there have been since …

How your credit card could help you get a refund

Credit cardSometimes when you buy an item or pay for a service, you don’t always receive what you expected to. The goods might be faulty or …

Is your household debt level about to rise?

Mortgage debt denialIn the current economic climate, an increase in household debt levels would have a serious impact both on people’s financial stability and their ability to …

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