Energy price cap rise: What it means, and where to get help with gas and electricity bills
Debt in the UK – an Update
Now that 2018 is well underway, personal debt statistics are beginning to appear. The picture that emerges has brought some key difficulties to light, including the fact that borrowing is growing faster than wages, and ...
New Passport Prices – are they Sky High?
Renewing your passport will be more expensive as of the 27th of March 2018, as the cost of applying rises across the board. People applying for their passport through the post will be the hardest-hit ...
Goodbye to the Extra Credit Card Charge!
Last week, one of life’s little annoyances was finally sorted out – the Credit Card charge, when you are charged simply for using your card to pay. No longer will you have to pay to ...
What are Sheriff Officers, and what can (and can’t) they do?
If you live in Scotland and are in debt, or have a court order, you might get a letter telling you that a Sheriff Officer is going to visit you at your property. This is ...
Debt solutions firm Carrington Dean backs Glasgow Living Wage
Carrington Dean, a leading debt advice and solutions company headquartered in Glasgow, has become the latest employer and first debt solutions specialist to back the Glasgow Living Wage initiative which rises to a new higher ...
7 Reasons a Debt Arrangement Scheme is Better than a Debt Management Plan
Swamped in debt and trying to figure out what you can do to try and pull your life back on track? Odds are by now you’ve looked into a debt management plan (DMP), and may ...
IVA or Debt Management Plan (DMP)?
If you live in England, Wales or Northern Ireland and are struggling to get by under the burden of exorbitant debt, there are options which can help you move on with your life and get ...
9 Tips to Steer Clear of Debt this Christmas
Can you believe that Christmas is upon us? If you haven’t already hit the stores to stockpile gifts for your loved ones this year, chances are right now you’re weighing your desire to be generous ...
Scottish teens worried about economy if Scotland votes ‘Yes’
Survey of more than 1,000 teen voters reveals anxieties over debt and economy Key findings from the ‘Carrington Dean Scottish Teen Money Survey’ 64% of 16 and 17 year olds worry about economic outlook in ...