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Illegal money lending, or unauthorised lending by loan sharks, as it is sometimes referred to, occurs as a last resort for people who are desperate for funds and have exhausted known options. The need for money is often urgent. It ...Read Article
Online shopping powerhouse Amazon has recently launched a new initiative which is designed to raise money for charities through every day purchases. ‘Amazon Smile’ is a sub section of Amazon’s main website has been set up so that a buyer ...Read Article
As part of our spotlight on Debt, this month, we want to talk about what happens if you find yourself with a large amount of debt each month and you have no conceivable way to pay it off. You've maybe ...Read Article
How many people in the UK have actually taken out a loan? If you think you’re alone in borrowing money, you’re not. Find out all the statistics below. If you think you’re alone when you’re looking to borrow money, you ...Read Article
Bitcoin was released in 2009 as the first ‘decentralised digital currency’. In other words – digital money. Bitcoin was developed by an unknown programmer or group of programmers under the pseudonym Satoshi Nakamoto. Nakamoto described the aim of Bitcoin as ...Read Article
There is a lot of noise at the moment about whether interest rates will start to rise from their record low levels and inflation rate percentages seem to appear in most articles relating to finance. But what does this actually ...Read Article
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