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11/11/2021

Talk Money Week 2021: How to tell people about your debt

We’re in the middle of Talk Money Week, an annual event that seeks to raise awareness of money problems and give people the confidence they need to approach family, friends, and loved ones about the ...

05/11/2021

7 ways to save money on household bills

Paying a fortune in household bills can seem like just another fact of life, but saving real money on everyday expenses is a lot more achievable than you might think. Now that we’re experiencing an ...

28/10/2021

COP26: 5 ways to save time and money when the conference comes to Glasgow

As Scotland’s debt specialists, Carrington Dean is based in Glasgow, a city that is about to undergo some major changes, at least for the next few weeks.  We’re now just days away from COP26, the ...

22/10/2021

One Touch Switch: New rules make it easier to switch broadband and save money

Ofcom has recently announced the creation of a new service that’s been introduced to make it easier for people to switch broadband suppliers and get a better deal. The process is known as One Touch ...

15/10/2021

Green means go: Electric cars, the fuel crisis, and ways you can save

Now that we’re experiencing a fuel crisis in the UK, with queues for petrol stations stretching around the block in certain parts of the country, it’s understandable that enquiries about electric cars have soared.  But ...

07/10/2021

World Mental Health Day 2021

Mental health has never been more important, personally or professionally. Given what we’ve all been through over the last two years, it’s crucial that we keep our mental health front-of-mind, and what better excuse to ...

30/09/2021

Carrington Dean leads way in new Protected Trust Deed protocol

Carrington Dean is one of the first Scottish debt help companies to agree to new Protected Trust Deed protocol. Insolvency practitioner (IP) Samantha Warburton takes on the role of trustee for all Carrington Dean Protected ...

24/09/2021

Scots urged to be aware of travel scams

Fraudsters have turned their focus to travel and leisure scams as the number of people swindled rises as travel resumes post-lockdown. TransUnion’s latest quarterly analysis has found that scammers are refocussing their efforts as digital ...

10/09/2021

UK food shortages: 6 ways to make your food shopping go further

If you’ve been paying any attention to the news recently, you’ll know about the food shortages the UK has been experiencing this summer. Images of empty supermarket shelves and struggling fast food chains are never ...