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One-in-20-Brits-do-not-understand-utility-billsOne in 20 Brits 'do not understand utility bills'
25th November 2008
As the financial strain of the credit crunch continues new research has shown that many Britons are not sure where their money is going and do not know what some aspects of their bills mean.

According to Fool.co.uk, one in 20 people do not understand their bills while a further six per cent...
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Brits-more-concerned-about-money-than-terrorismBrits 'more concerned about money than terrorism'
21st November 2008
People in the UK are more concerned about their finances and things such as loans than they are about terrorism or climate change, results of a new survey have shown.

According to a poll by AXA, 53 per cent of Britons feel that financial problems are the biggest issues facing the country to...
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LV=-urges-people-to-check-finances-in-uncertain-timesLV= urges people to check finances in uncertain times
19th November 2008
People are being urged to make sure they are regularly checking their financial situation, especially as the current economic climate means there is a risk they could be made redundant.

LV= also claims that income protection insurance is vital in uncertain times, reminding workers that it i...
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Equity-may-be-needed-to-secure-mortgagesEquity 'may be needed to secure mortgages'
15th November 2008
Any homeowners wanting to end their current loan or mortgage may find that they need to introduce equity to secure a competitive rate on their next deal.

This is the opinion of Al Elliot, an advisor at the Homeowners Advice Centre, who believes that reverting to standard variable rates (SVR...
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Declining-sales-may-cause-economic-recoveryDeclining sales 'may cause economic recovery'
14th November 2008
The falling retail prices in the UK, caused by a decline in sales figures, will mean that eventually people will have more money which could lead to economic recovery in the country.

This is the opinion of Defaqto, which claims that as the price of oil has collapsed, food costs have also st...
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Brits-recycle-gifts-for-credit-crunch-ChristmasBrits 'recycle gifts for credit crunch Christmas'
14th November 2008
As Christmas in the UK approaches amid the credit crunch, many people are planning to recycle old presents in order to save money, it has been found.

Research by CreditExpert.co.uk found that 18 million Brits are planning to give their friends and relatives unwanted CDs and toiletries that ...
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Credit-Action-People-need-to-budget-to-survive-the-credit-crunchCredit Action: People need to budget to survive the credit crunch
14th November 2008
If people get into the habit of budgeting they will be bale to make their money work better for them during the current economic downturn, it has been claimed.

According to Credit Action, people can keep a diary or write down everything they buy as a way of seeing areas where they could pot...
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Brits-lying-about-finances-during-credit-crunchBrits 'lying about finances during credit crunch'
12th November 2008
New research has shown that one in three Brits have lied to friends, relatives and partners about the state of their financial affairs.

According to AXA, more people are feeling the need to bend the truth because of the global economic downturn and most of them are aged between 25 and 44.
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Foolcouk-Stay-away-from-store-cards-this-ChristmasFool.co.uk: Stay away from store cards this Christmas
11th November 2008
Brits should not depend upon store cards to help them buy gifts this Christmas as many companies are putting their interest rates up, it has been claimed.

Instead, people are advised to plan ahead and put money aside ready for the festive season so they do not get a shock in January, money ...
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Christmas-cutbacks-by-credit-poor-BritsChristmas cutbacks by credit-poor Brits
6th November 2008
Many people will be cutting back on expenses this Christmas because of tighter budgets and a lack of readily available credit, it has been claimed.

Fool.co.uk says that Brits will be realising they cannot live beyond their means and are unlikely to be using store credit cards to purchase th...
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