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14th October 2018

Neither a borrower nor a lender be

Generally speaking, there seems to be a conspicuous absence of public sympathy for lenders who…
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6th October 2018

Persistent debtors – the new rules

It was arguably a rather ironic coincidence that notorious payday lender Wonga entered into administration…
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22nd September 2018

Why is the UK so reliant on credit?

From the first of September, credit card lenders will have to abide by new rules…
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14th September 2018

Could interest rate rises be a bubble buster for those with large debt?

In principle, when interest rates go up, savers win and borrowers lose, but they do…
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7th September 2018

Students and debt – what do they need to know about loans?

There are basically two kinds of loans you can get when you are a student. …
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31st August 2018

Does the House of Fraser buy out by SportsDirect show that big retailers need to be thinking of broader markets?

While the takeover of House of Fraser by Sports Direct may have left some people…
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17th August 2018

At what point do you need to appoint an Insolvency Practitioner?

Although the name “Insolvency Practitioner” suggests that the profession is for times when companies are…
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17th August 2018

Does an Insolvency Practitioner work for me or my creditors?

Generally speaking, a person works for their employer and hence is expected to keep their…
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