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The high price of loyalty charges

10/04/2019 Did you know that you pay a hefty financial price for staying loyal to business? From insurance to broadband, chances are you’re being hit with a loyalty tax for staying with the same provider of the service.

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The power of plastic

28/02/2019 At this time of year I’m often asked for tips about paying off a credit card. In fact, you might wonder if it’s ever worth getting one in the first place. Well the simple answer is yes – if you’re disciplined about how you use it (and pay it off).

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Claim back your cash!

09/01/2018 If you’re worrying that you might have – ahem – accidentally overspent this Christmas, don’t panic. There are a ton of tips and hints on things you can do if you need to save some cash or manage your finances in the new year.

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Five steps to manageable debt

22/10/2018 Five simple steps to a stress-free situation.

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The Financial Guidance and Claims Bill – What it will mean for you

25/01/2018 The Financial Guidance and Claims Bill is currently making its way through the House of Commons, and it looks like it’ll have big implications. We’ve examined the latest news from the House of Commons and run through the positive changes the Bill could make for consumers!

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Resolver launches new PPI guide

16/06/17 Resolver has helped thousands of people to reclaim PPI for free

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Home insurance: When can you claim and why might you be refused?

(12/02/16) Got a home insurance claim to make? We find out why you might be less likely to be covered than you think. And why you’re 21 times less likely to lose out with car insurance claims

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Which is the best way to pay for something?

(1/10/14) There are plenty of ways to pay for goods and services, but which payment methods offer you the best protection? We reveal your rights.

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Problems with your payday loan

However, payday loans also offer a convenient, quick and simple way to get a bit of extra cash when you need it on a short-term basis. Whilst they have had a lot of bad press the majority of companies practices are fair and reasonable but this article is about what to do if something goes wrong.

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