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Financial experts in Ireland are worried that the country’s financial crisis will lead to a spike in the number of repossessed houses in that country. Repossessions have remained remarkably low in Ireland over the last seven or eight years, despite […]
The changing economic environment, advancements in technology and international expansion make the threat of white collar crime more ominous than ever before. Every company, regardless of their size,
As part of a budget that the Chancellor described as one for the 'makers, doers and savers' George Osborne announced that peer to peer lending could be included
The scarcity of credit for consumers and small businesses has had an undoubted effect on the economies of developed countries around the world. The recent crisis in the
Getting out of debt can be an extremely daunting task, and when you have multiple creditors to deal with, living with debt is one of the most overwhelming
Going green is no longer the preserve of lentil-weavers – the idea has entered the mainstream consciousness. Admittedly for many, it’s more about self-preservation than planet-preservation, as a
Art hasn't been independent of finance for a long time. At some point in the past, something clicked. These beautiful objects offered more than just visual and spiritual
Economics and weather have always been closely linked. Since ancient times, people's behaviour has been significantly impacted by climate and weather.
Legal services and attorneys come at a high price that not everyone can afford. Finding help with a legal matter is crucial for many people on tight budgets.