Author Archives: prof David Jackson
Traditional lenders are failing their loyal customers as the economy continues through a difficult period.
Supermarkets have certainly changed the way we shop. We are inundated with offers and discounts, as well as strategic branding. Misleading labels have been blamed for the amount of food wastage in the UK.
Receiving a loan in the current economic climate via traditional routes is becoming increasingly difficult. It is estimated that around two thirds of borrowers over the age of 55 who have a household income that is in excess of £25,000, … Continue reading
Following the celebrations of festive the season a lot of people feel incredibly low when going back work in January. Whether or not ‘the January Blues’ are recognised as a medical syndrome, this January many will feel a level of … Continue reading
The government recently decided to cut part of the child benefit to families with one parent with a taxable income of more than £50,000. However, if one parent is earning above £60,000, they will see the entire amount withdrawn. It … Continue reading
The traditional route of leaving university with a degree in your desired interest is exciting. Getting your first job further solidifies the excitement as you enter the challenging work place. In the end, the purpose of this process is based … Continue reading
Towards the end of 2012, many women across Britain enjoyed lower car insurance than men, due to statistical evidence proving women make fewer claims. However, the European Court of Justice’s Gender Directive passed a policy whereby insurance companies could no … Continue reading
Our current economic climate has made it difficult for everyone when it comes to organising finances. One difficulty Britain has been facing is the fear associated with the word ‘loan‘. The Government has various different initiatives running at the moment … Continue reading
Financial stress has become one of the biggest concerns for British consumers according to research carried out by MoneySupermarket. With many of us being forced off work through illness or grave family matters, financial-stress in these economic times has increased. … Continue reading