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Debt Relief Order Rules to Change

The legislations surrounding Debt Relief Orders are set to change for individuals with a small pension funds, according to Labour.

The legislations surrounding Debt Relief Orders are set to change for individuals with a small pension funds, according to Labour. Debt Relief Orders (DROs) are a lesser alternative to Bankruptcy or an Individual Voluntary Arrangement in wiping out personal debt. DROs are used to wipe off individual debt of less than £15000 if there is… Read more »


The Inevitable Finally Happens For Portsmouth

Portsmouth Football Club officially entered Administration this morning following months of financial turmoil at the south coast club.

Portsmouth Football Club officially entered Administration this morning following months of financial turmoil at the south coast club. Mounting debts equally around £60m have finally gotten the better of them. The decision to enter Administration has been forced upon the club due to the winding up hearing that was due in court on Monday where… Read more »


The 2010 Budget

Chancellor Alistair Darling warned voters in his Budget not to put the recovery in jeopardy in the general election by voting against Labour.

Chancellor Alistair Darling warned voters in his Budget not to put the recovery in jeopardy in the general election by voting against Labour. The Budget has shown that a series of tax increase for the better are to be introduced as well as a cut on stamp duty for first time house buyers. Darling cut… Read more »