Monthly Archives: August 2012

5 Ways To Protect Your Identity For Free

Everyone is on the lookout for identity thieves these days and worried about monitoring their information as well. Some people spent hundreds of dollars a month to have a company monitor their information and their credit, but what if you … Continue reading

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10 Things Banks Should Apologize For

By Dan Simon Confidence in banks is at an all-time low. That’s not surprising given the awful financial situation at the moment and a constant stream of bad press. While simply saying ‘sorry’ might not be enough to completely change … Continue reading

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Debt Management and Financial Responsibility

By Sam Peters Ever since the financial meltdown that began in 2008, the role of debt management has become an increasingly important part of financial responsibility. Bankruptcy has become increasingly common and the amount of national resources dedicated to debt … Continue reading

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The Importance of Understanding Your Bank Charges

Keeping on top of your finances is often easier said than done. With mortgage payments, utility bills, credit cards, car insurance, council tax and more, all being paid by direct debit every month, it can be difficult to keep on … Continue reading

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