Articles Published by sam griffin

How do I change my address on the Electoral Roll?

A letter from your local council reminding you to register to vote and asking you to confirm that your details are correct for 2019/2020 should have been delivered some time ago.

Published on 22 Jan 2020 by Sam Griffin

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What the December 2019 election means for your Credit Report in 2020

The last few years have seen the UK perplexed by peculiar politics, with conversations dominated by polarising Brexit debates, Prime Ministers coming and going, and an increasingly tenuous state of Scotland. The only certainty seems to be the reliable and constant loom of total uncertainty.

Published on 13 Jan 2020 by Sam Griffin

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Declined with an Excellent Credit Score - Why?

Reaching a high Credit Score is a goal that everyone with a sense of financial ambition seems to be chasing. From financially focused professionals to students just starting out and everyone in between, we want to bump that number up just a little bit more.

Published on 9 Jan 2020 by Sam Griffin

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Blue Monday: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Once Christmas is done and dusted, tree packed away or sent for shredding, and decorations retired for another year, a powerful mindset seems to swiftly grip the UK, leaving everyone convinced that January is the worst time of the year. The Christmas spirit has floated out the window as quickly as it arrived, and we’re left with cold, rainy days and the inevitable mountain of credit card bills.

Published on 2 Jan 2020 by Sam Griffin

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Do New Year's Resolutions Work?

Before launching yourself into a New Year’s resolution, it’s worth treating the age old tradition like any other product or service – check out reviews from people that have already tried it, see if it’s worth the effort and – crucially – find out whether or not it will actually work.

Published on 24 Dec 2019 by Sam Griffin

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The Price of Bankruptcy

Katie Price, the former glamour model turned anti-bullying advocate, was ordered into bankruptcy on 26 November 2019 by the High Court. There may never be a ‘best time’ to enter bankruptcy, but the run-up to Christmas might be the worst.

Published on 11 Dec 2019 by Sam Griffin

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Santa’s Credit Report: The Untold Tragedy

Santa Claus is known world-wide as the merry gift giver, delivering joy wherever he goes. But have you ever stopped to wonder how the man behind the great, white beard manages his money? Just who is the real Santa?

Published on 9 Dec 2019 by Sam Griffin

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Electoral Roll: Leaving it to the last minute

The recently confirmed December election is causing a stir for a few reasons. It’s statistically unusual as the first December election in nearly 100 years and the timing has raised questions among voters, previously unconsidered at this time of year, such as ‘how do I register to vote’, ‘when is the deadline’, and ‘how do I check that I’m registered?’

Published on 8 Nov 2019 by Sam Griffin

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Apple Credit Card – Modern Innovation or More of the Same?

Apple’s first foray into consumer credit is finally available - to US iPhone owners at least.

Published on 24 Oct 2019 by Sam Griffin

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Which Credit Reference Agency is Best?

Whenever you make an application for credit, you’ll naturally want to do everything you can to improve your chances of being accepted. So, given the vital role that Credit Reference Agencies play in the process, should you try and get the decision based on any particular one? To help answer that question, we take a wider look at how everything works.

Published on 17 Oct 2019 by Sam Griffin

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