Frugal Cents is a blog dedicated to sharing the experiences of people that have decided ‘Enough is Enough’ when it comes to debt.

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Tags: debt, debt advice, student loans, credit crunch, debt consolidation

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  • Nothing to show for debt
    on Dec 10, 2008 in Credit cards bankruptcy debt
    Some people look at their credit card debt and wonder how their balances came to be so high when they have nothing to show for it. Entertainment and new clothes are a sure-fire way to add large sums to your credit balance on a ‘buy now, worry later...
  • Mortgage blunder plunges hundreds into debt
    on Dec 7, 2008 in debt mortgage
    Many homeowners have been struggling with debts on their mortgages as a result of errors made by some of the UK’s top banks and building societies. The mistakes are found with repayment mortgages as figures show that customers have been overcharged...
  • Borrowing money from your family
    on Dec 3, 2008 in Loans debt borrowing
    Do you hail from the kind of family where money is freely lent and borrowed? Some do, and they will always turn to the Bank of Mum and Dad (or Aunty Flo) as the best option to get their short or long term borrowing needs met. It’s probably more to...
  • Will Your Business Survive The Credit Crunch?Not sure how this might be interpreted but stumbled upon a post by the top financial institutions,HSBC and RBI gathered a panel of industry experts for you to quiz about how to make sure your business survives the Credit Crunch. Click to play  .
  • It’s All In The Small Print - Somewhere
    on Nov 28, 2008 in Credit cards debt credit card
    Please this is very important as most people ignore them. One of the key things when managing the use of your credit card is to know the terms and conditions of what you have agreed to. If you don’t have them, call your credit card provider to..
  • A knight in shining armour to whisk away their debt
    on Nov 27, 2008 in debt personal finance lifestyle debt
    Cast an eye back to the days where men were hunters and gatherers who kept any sign of debt problems at bay and provided solely for the needs of the family. No matter how much money hubby brought home, the little wife still remained loving and conte...
  • By Jove Jeeves, I appear to be in a spot of debt!
    on Nov 25, 2008 in debt experian fraud fraudsters
    Business people, company directors and the elite are fast becoming the ideal candidates for identity fraud as many unwittingly face debt problems for the first time. Experian Credit Bureau reported that in 2007 they received over 3157 calls to their...
  • Mortgage - how much can I borrow
    on Nov 24, 2008 in Loans debt mortgage debts
    Are you considering about availing a mortgage loan or refinancing of your existing mortgage loan? “Mortgage how much can I borrow” – are you loosing sleep over this question? Do you want to get an answer to the query? There are some elements th...
  • Deadly serious about debt
    on Nov 23, 2008 in Credit cards debt
    When Mr Brandon was told that he was dying of cancer, he decided that debt wasn’t such a big issue anymore and pushed all of his credit up to the limit. Mr Brandon decided to throw caution to the wind and left all of his financial responsibilities...
  • Who takes the credit for debt?It is a day by day struggle for people to keep one step ahead of debt but are creditors really to blame for a nation on the edge? A creditor has the power to increase a customer’s credit limit without seeking the permission of the credit card holde...
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