Monthly Archives: August 2011

School meal prices to rise across most schools in the new term

Which? magazine reveals price hikes of up to 25% for children’s meals amid fears over nutrition Children will have to pay up 17% more for their school dinners this year compared with 2010, a survey has found. Consumer watchdog Which? … Continue reading

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Debt Consolidation Tips avail the loan in a wise manner

Debt Consolidation Tips avail the loan in a wise manner Fast expanding economy and facilities like credit cards or other means allows the modern day buyers the liberty to purchase almost every thing they set their eyes on. As a … Continue reading

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Tax us more, say wealthy Europeans

German group latest to volunteer for higher contributions, saying country could raise €100bn in two years with a 5% wealth tax First it was Warren Buffett announcing that he and his chums had been “coddled long enough by a billionaire-friendly … Continue reading

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Household finances squeezed by food and travel costs as inflation continues to rise

Families had £166 a week to spend in July, according to the Asda Income Tracker – a fall of 6.4% on last year The soaring cost of food and transport left households £11 a week worse off last month than … Continue reading

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Housing market set for a chilly autumn

Hometrack warned that there were signs that the balance between supply and demand was starting to shift, primarily from weakening demand Alarm bells are ringing over the health of the housing market after Hometrack, the property data company, forecast steeper … Continue reading

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Tax cheats have no hiding place under this coalition | George Osborne

Where the Labour government failed to act, the coalition has taken radical steps to eradicate unfairness in the taxation system Tax evasion is morally repugnant. It’s stealing from law-abiding people who face higher taxes to make good the lost revenue. … Continue reading

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Redress Claims’ no win, no fee PPI call cost a packet

A mis-sold payment protection insurance phone call ended up with Redress Claims taking £4,330 from your credit card Redress Claims phoned offering to help claim back mis-sold payment protection insurance on a no win, no fee basis. We discussed my … Continue reading

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British Gas fixed-price promise that didn’t bring peace of mind

A British Gas offer to pay 5% extra to fix your gas price until March 2013 would, in reality, mean a 23% increase British Gas invited me to pay an extra 5% to fix the price of gas until March … Continue reading

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First-time property buyers caught between a mortgage deposit and a rental place

More than half the UK’s regions are now ‘blackspots’ for mortgage wannabes. Mark King looks at the knock-on effects for the entire market Prospective homeowners continue to be forced out of the housing market, with “first-time buyer blackspots” covering seven … Continue reading

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The beauty of home exchange

After swapping his house in London, Patrick Collinson found himself staying in a brownstone villa in Illinois’s answer to Islington Home exchange in Germany was the perfect family holiday Want a modern, three-bed residence in Edinburgh for a long weekend … Continue reading

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