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MoneyAware news: October 2017

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New CCJ rules come into effect offering better protection, interest rate rises could affect mortgage costs, and our latest stats show a worrying increase in personal debt levels.  

Here are this month’s most important debt and money news stories…

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MoneyAware news: September 2017

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Debt and money tend to find their way into news stories. Here’s a round-up of some of the most important news this month…

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MoneyAware news: August 2017

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What’s everyone talking about in the world of debt and money? Here’s a round-up of the most important news this month…

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MoneyAware news: July 2017

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What’s happening in the world of debt and money news? We’ve got a round-up of the most important stories this month… Continue reading »

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MoneyAware News: June 2017

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What are the top debt and money stories so far this month? We bring you the news that we think matters to you and your wallet!

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How you helped us get Breathing Space back on the agenda

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This article was originally published on 10 March and updated on 24 May 2017.

In February, over 1,000 of our clients emailed their MPs asking them to support a Breathing Space scheme for people in debt in England, Wales and Northern Ireland*. If you helped, thank you.

A scheme like this would mean that when people in debt get advice they’d have fees, charges and interest on their debts frozen, along with a break from enforcement action. It would allow them time to sort out their finances without seeing their debts spiralling upwards. Continue reading »

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Debt and money news – May 2017

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This month’s news has been dominated by the upcoming general election, but if you dig beneath the surface there’s still plenty going on in the world of debt and money.

We’ve scoured the web to find the most interesting stories that could have an impact on your wallet, without a mention of the general election to be seen (apart from when I mentioned it just then). Continue reading »

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