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Mortgages – The Urban Myths

Posted: 30th April 2018

By: Clare Elizabeth Eaton

I hear the following on a very regular basis and here I will dispel the myths and hopefully help you on your mortgage journey, either with buying a first property,…

Why are people weird about book-keeping?

Posted: 10th January 2018

By: Jenny Bracelin

Why are people weird about book-keeping? I have always thought, people avoided their book-keeping, because they didn’t want to know the answer! As a money coach, it is usually because…

I Explain Money – Spending

Posted: 18th December 2017

By: Jenny Bracelin

Spending is all about choice Buying stuff you want is fantastic. Spending money you don’t have isn’t. Every time we handover a card to pay for something, we are making…

Spending in a Nutshell

Posted: 13th December 2017

By: Jenny Bracelin

Spending is all about choice Buying stuff you want is fabulous. Spending money you don’t have isn’t. Every time we handover a card to pay for something, we are making…

Quick Divorce? Why you should consider Collaborative Family Procedure

Posted: 10th July 2017

By: Helen Jackson

Clients often tell us that they want to get divorced as quickly as possible, but with the best will in the world, the experience of many couples is that it…

Sorting out finances on divorce

Posted: 11th October 2016

By: Helen Jackson

The Family Justice Council has issued guidance for litigants in person. With Legal aid no longer available to most people, even those on very low incomes, more & people have…

Credit Matters!

Posted: 11th May 2015

So you’ve had your brilliant idea, set up your business, and have punters queuing up to buy your wares or services. Well done. You deserve a pat on the back!…