1 in 10 of us will get a second job to cover the cost of Christmas

Piggy bank with christmas hat isolated on white backgroundNew research shows that 21.2 million people are looking at other ways to help them raise funds to pay for Christmas. According to a survey from Scottish Friendly, 1 in 5 Londoners will be looking for a second job to fund the holidays. Whilst 2 million of us across the UK have planned to ignore Christmas altogether and work to cash in on the extra rewards.

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How could making mortgage overpayments affect your credit rating?

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For many with mortgages, interest rates remaining static lately has been rather helpful. Low interest rates have meant that the mortgage market has been very competitive, and for many on a long-term low tracker rate it’s been quite beneficial.

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Equality Trust call for tax system overhaul after figures suggest nation’s poor contribute more than rich

Compare savings accountsThe British electorate considerably underestimate how much the lowest earners in the country pay in tax and are under a false impression that the country’s richest shoulder the largest burden on their income from tax, according to compelling and insightful new data compiled by a leading think tank who has called for an overhaul of the current tax system.

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A guide to the best ways of dealing with short term debt

Getting into debt is an uncommon occurrence in today’s world. As the economy slowly recovers from the impact of the recession, more and more people are finding themselves subjected to tighter credit providers. This is making it harder to obtain the credit that might be required to deal with immediate debts that need to be paid.

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