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  • Debt news – 24 May 2020
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on May 24, 2020 at 12:00 pm

    Three picks this week that looking at different aspects of what needs to happen to help people in/after the pandemic: The clock is ticking: government must act now to protect renters Coronavirus & the reform of Personal Insolvency in England Extraordinary Times Need Extraordinary Measures. Tweet of the week 1) @jackiebmsp amendments to Bankruptcy Application The post Debt news – 24 May 2020 appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Coronavirus & the reform of Personal Insolvency in England
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on May 21, 2020 at 7:45 am

    This article builds on the arguments I put forward in Coronavirus – how the debt advice sector should be planning, looking at one area that needs to be tackled urgently – personal insolvency. Coronavirus will cause a large increase in the numbers of people who should choose insolvency over the next couple of years. I The post Coronavirus & the reform of Personal Insolvency in England appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Wageday Advance – payments of 5.68p in the £ are about to start
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on May 20, 2020 at 3:20 pm

    UPDATE On 20 May 2020 the Administrators announced: everyone will get 5.68p in the £. people should get an email sent today “or shortly afterwards” saying their dividend payment has been made. payments are being made to the bank accounts they currently have on file. It is too late to change this account. if you The post Wageday Advance – payments of 5.68p in the £ are about to start appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Debt news – 17 May 2020
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on May 17, 2020 at 1:15 pm

    If you are interested in the future of debt advice, my pick of the week is my own article: Coronavirus – how the debt advice sector should be planning. Debt Coronavirus – how the debt advice sector should be planning my article. Tesco Bank customers get credit rating warnings after taking payment holiday Times (paywall): Jayne … The post Debt news – 17 May 2020 appeared first on Debt Camel.

  • Coronavirus – how the debt advice sector should be planning
    by Sara (Debt Camel) on May 12, 2020 at 1:45 pm

    As lockdown is gradually phased out and furlough payments eventually stop, many people will not be able to return to their pre-Coronavirus situation of being able to manage their debts and bills. Now is the time the debt advice sector should be considering how to prepare for the large demand it may face and what The post Coronavirus – how the debt advice sector should be planning appeared first on Debt Camel.

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  • Health Insurance and Mental Health
    by themoneyshed on May 27, 2020 at 10:20 pm

    Health insurers have typically covered people for physical ailments only over the years. This is likely to be because they’re easier to see and understand. If I have broken my arm, for example, it can be viewed easily, and health insurers can cover the cost of the treatment.  Nevertheless, there is an increasing demand for… Read More »Health Insurance and Mental Health The post Health Insurance and Mental Health appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • 4 Ways to Lower Your Household Expenditures This Summer
    by themoneyshed on May 27, 2020 at 4:08 pm

    Due to the immediate lockdown, many of us have been forced to cut down many of the usual expenses, no more commuting to work, no more meals out, no more Sunday shopping sessions. However, the pandemic has also had a significant impact on the global economy, meaning that most of us have to be on… Read More »4 Ways to Lower Your Household Expenditures This Summer The post 4 Ways to Lower Your Household Expenditures This Summer appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • 5 Ways to Improve Your Career that won’t Cost You Anything
    by themoneyshed on May 27, 2020 at 9:29 am

    If you’re looking to better yourself but don’t have much of a budget to do so, then these five suggestions are perfect for you. They will help you improve your career and, perhaps best of all, they are all readily available to you. Start to Share Your Wisdom in Videos Video platforms like YouTube are… Read More »5 Ways to Improve Your Career that won’t Cost You Anything The post 5 Ways to Improve Your Career that won’t Cost You Anything appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • Snoop App Review – Helping you save up to £1500 on your household costs!
    by themoneyshed on May 21, 2020 at 10:15 am

    Being in control of your finances is often easier said than done. One of the biggest problems that most of us face is that we have accounts with lots of different companies and payments that leave our banks at random times throughout the month. It can be overwhelming to calculate exactly how much money we… Read More »Snoop App Review – Helping you save up to £1500 on your household costs! The post Snoop App Review – Helping you save up to £1500 on your household costs! appeared first on The Money Shed.

  • Finding the best wine to buy for Father’s Day?
    by themoneyshed on May 20, 2020 at 12:47 pm

    Father’s Day is quickly approaching for those of us in the United Kingdom and it’s time to start thinking about gifts. In a world where you can order almost anything online with next-day delivery, it can be difficult to know what to buy. Nevertheless, if you want to show your dad just how much he… Read More »Finding the best wine to buy for Father’s Day? The post Finding the best wine to buy for Father’s Day? appeared first on The Money Shed.

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