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  • Setting Up A Savings Goal For 2015

    Setting Up A Savings Goal For 2015

    It’s a proven fact that those who set themselves a specific savings goal are more likely to achieve their target than those who simply save willy-nilly. And seeing your savings balance creep upwards each month is the ideal incentive to keep going. The start of a new year is the perfect time to begin your

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    Barclays 3 year flexible ISA

    Barclays 3 year flexible ISA

    If you’re on the lookout for a savings option that delivers a good return, but gives you easy access to your money then a cash ISA can be a good choice. Barclays have an appealing offer currently available in the form of a 3-year flexible ISA. Here’s the low down … What it Offers Save

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    the best savings accounts for kids

    The best savings accounts for kids

    Whether you’re adding money to help them along in the future or whether they’re saving their pocket money for something special, children’s savings accounts can be a great idea. As well as teaching kids the valuable lesson that saving pays off, a good savings account will add interest, meaning their money is earning more cash.

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    What kind of bank account works for you

    What kind of Bank account works for you

    Opening a bank account sounds straightforward enough. You go in, deposit some cash, tell them about your direct debits and standing orders and off you go. However, it’s not quite that simple. You need to think about how you’re going to use the account and what type of account works best for you. With a

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    payday loans vs overdrafts

    Payday loans vs overdrafts

    We all know that payday loans involve excruciatingly high interest rates and are really best avoided. So is it payday loans vs overdrafts or should we shop around for an alternative? Those finding themselves a bit short of cash at the end of the month often opt for dipping into an overdraft rather than paying

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    debt relief order

    What is a debt relief order

    If you owe less than £15,000, don’t have much spare income and possess few assets then a Debt Relief Order (DRO) may be the right debt solution for you. A DRO means that you don’t need to make any payments to creditors listed in the order for the duration of the DRO period (usually one

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