Money makes the world go round; it is also one of the leading reasons so many couples are divorcing in the UK as well. When you are struggling with debt, redundancy, an unexpected bill or bailiffs at the door, it can be extremely stressful on our relationships and many of us take our frustrations out
Dealing with debts
As the global recession continues to bite, many people are becoming increasingly affected by debt and its numerous complications. Debt can be hugely detrimental to a person’s quality of life and wellbeing, and can often feel like a leviathan-like insurmountable burden that can impact upon all aspects of your life, casting a bleak shadow on
One day with any luck the shockingly high bank overdraft fees and charges that kick in when you go overdrawn will be a thing of the past, but for the time being we’re stuck with a collusive banking sector that’s legally entitled to charge us disproportionate amounts of cash when we go one penny over
Minimum payments equal high cost debt When you’re strapped for cash with bills falling through your letter box, while ever you can make a minimum repayment on your credit card to keep the wolves from the door, it can be tempting to continue with no real intention of getting that balance back down to zero.
For many, the term, “negative equity”, is likely to be synonymous with the political, economic and social culture of the early 1990s, and is a phrase that is likely to evoke fear in home-owners around the UK. Put as simply as possible, it is a situation in which a mortgage exceeds the actually value of
There is something about money worries that is uniquely frightening. If you have a family to support, you may find that you are falling deeper and deeper into debt and that the whole thing is very difficult to face up to. Maybe that is because deep down, you suspect that there is no way out