Monthly Archives: November 2011

Homeowners repay mortgages at record rate

£9.1bn paid back in second quarter of year as nervous households seek to cut borrowing Britain’s nervous homeowners paid down a record £9bn on their mortgages between April and June as they struggled to restore their tattered finances. Figures released … Continue reading

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Consolidation: A smart way to contain your medical debts

For many of you one of the ongoing problems is the problem of medical debt. And, since many of you can not afford to keep in place proper medical insurance policy, the problem becomes more … View full post on … Continue reading

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Public sector strikes live blog

Live coverage of today’s mass union strike action by teachers, border control staff, health workers and others over public sector pensions. • UK transport network suffers little disruption despite biggest strike in 30 years• Only 58% of schools closed, despite … Continue reading

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George Osborne increases squeeze on poor families with cuts to tax credits

Chancellor accused of abandoning Britain’s poorest with cuts and freezes that will see 100,000 more children fall into poverty The chancellor bit into benefits for the poor with millions of families affected by the cuts. He also announced plans to … Continue reading

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Who Is Responsible For Debts Of The Deceased?

There are many repercussions that can ensue from the death of a family member but there is one that can really cut deeply into the sensitivities of survivors.What can create such emotional, and possibly family, … View full post on … Continue reading

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Osborne’s £5bn investment boost will hit poorest families

Charities say much of the £5bn of extra capital investment expected in the autumn statement will come from cutting and freezing working tax credits Plans to provide £5bn of public sector funding to stave off recession will hurt the poorest … Continue reading

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House prices ’surprisingly resilient’

Nationwide’s November survey shows a 0.4% monthly rise, but one housing expert says the data ‘is as misleading as it gets’ The housing market has remained “surprisingly resilient” in November, Nationwide said, as average house prices increased by 0.4% month-on-month. … Continue reading

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George Osborne’s autumn statement 2011: live coverage

Full coverage of the chancellor’s autumn statement, including analysis and reaction to the 12.30pm speech 9.51am: There are two polls around this morning. For the record, here they are. YouGov for the Sun Labour: 39% (up 9 since the general … Continue reading

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IVA Advice: The Good Advisers and The Liars

If you are in need of IVA advice you will surely have noticed that there are a great many of debt ‘experts’ who are desperate to aid you. However not all advice on IVA is … View full post on … Continue reading

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George Osborne expected to release £300m to help small businesses

Chancellor believes 500,000 companies will benefit from the business rates holiday George Osborne is expected to announce a £300m-plus package of tax breaks to stimulate investment in small businesses in his autumn statement. Designed to dovetail with proposals to ease … Continue reading

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