Monthly Archives: November 2012

Herman Ouseley says Equality and Human Rights Commission has failed

Equalities campaigner blames absence of leadership and passion for ‘disconnection’ from people suffering discrimination The Equality and Human Rights Commission has failed as an organisation and if it were to cease to exist, most of the people it was created … Continue reading

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My First CreditFocus Experience

In these times of austerity, cut-backs and rising costs the amount of disposable income is less for many people. The slow economy is putting a strain on businesses as well as consumers and the paying of bills is prioritised by … Continue reading

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Surviving in a dying industry – how to maintain your bookselling business

We’ve all taken a hit from the recent economic downturn. Employment has been cut, both chains and independent shops are having to call it a day on their businesses and there is now decreasing financial support for jobseekers and the … Continue reading

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PPI claims handling is the banking’s latest growth area

Barclays now has 3,400 staff in eight centres in the UK and two in India tackling claims for PPI, officially the most complained about product in history The agent in the Barclays call centre scrutinised the claims form submitted by … Continue reading

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How to pick shares and build a portfolio – free seminar

Investment experts Justin Urquhart Stuart, Paul Kavanagh and Andy Brough are giving their tips for readers on 20 November If you’re the kind of person who shuts their eyes and places a needle somewhere in the back of the Financial … Continue reading

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The boss humiliated me in front of colleagues. What should I do?

I am left feeling demoralised after being publicly berated. Am I being too sensitive? On Friday and Monday we publish the problems that will feature in a forthcoming Dear Jeremy advice column in the Guardian Money supplement, so readers can … Continue reading

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Moneysupermarket founder to move to Jersey

Move by Simon Nixon likely to spark fresh concern about tax avoidance by British businesspeople and multinational firms Jersey – you’re sooo moneysupermarket.com. The island of Jersey is expected to be the new home of Simon Nixon, the multimillionaire founder … Continue reading

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Q&A: CPP mis-selling revelation

What you should do if you think you were mis-sold a card protection or identity protection policy on your credit card How do I know if I had a mis-sold CPP policy? Most of the people affected by the announcement … Continue reading

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Something about a Tax Refund?

Our tax pays for the public services that we all use, so most of us don’t see it as a problem that we have to pay it. However, a high tax bill can put a serious dent in one’s income … Continue reading

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Would you give a debit card to a eight-year-old?

From today, children as young as eight will be able to use a debit card to shop online. Is this a good idea? View full post on Free Secured Loans Advice

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