Monthly Archives: May 2018

I’m in debt and facing redundancy. What do I do next?

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Earlier this month Littlewoods’ owner, Shop Direct, announced plans to close multiple sites. We’ve also seen similar announcements from Debenhams, New Look, Homebase, Toys R Us and the ‘big four’ supermarkets – Tesco, Asda, Morrisons and Sainsbury’s, to name a few – in recent months.

The impact of Britain’s declining high street could see thousands of jobs and families affected.

For most people, the thought of redundancy and managing on a reduced income is a worrying one. But, if you’re already having money troubles and now you’re facing redundancy, you might see your self-esteem drop, feel isolated or struggle to keep a positive attitude.

We know it’s easy to say, but redundancy isn’t your fault, and you’re not alone. What should you do if you’re in debt and facing redundancy?

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Totally legal ways to get free movies, TV shows, books and music online

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The internet is brilliant. It makes our lives so much more convenient with things such as online shopping, instant messaging, live news updates and cheeky celebrity gossip – all at our fingertips within seconds.

It connects us with people we may never have met otherwise. It also opens the door to tons of other great things (including free debt advice of course).

With the sheer influx of handheld gadgets at our disposal, our appetite for free entertainment has never been greater. Getting free stuff to watch, read and listen to doesn’t require donning your cyber pirate hat though (naughty naughty!).

You can get lots of electro-goodies completely free – and totally legally. Here’s how…


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