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Homeowners who have recently moved into a new property may be planning do-it-yourself jobs or large-scale renovations, but they need to think carefully about how they’re going to finance those home improvements.
Ever had your credit card limit raised or decreased without any explanation? It happens more often than you might think, so here’s a quick guide to how your credit limit is calculated, and what your rights are when it changes.
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Ever wanted to know how your credit profile compares to those in other parts of the country? Well now you can.
A few years ago the credit card merry-go-round really hit its peak. So-called ‘rate tarts’ could switch their debts from one 0 per cent balance transfer deal to another, never incurring any interest and never having any real motivation to repay their debts.
Last year was billed the year of the ‘staycation’ as cash-strapped Brits decided to holiday closer to home. But a combination of 2009’s dreary summer and this year’s freezing winter has led many of us to seek sunnier climes in 2010.
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