Covid debt and mortgage support for millions of Brits to end in two weeks – how to get help next

VITAL financial support for Brits struggling because of coronavirus will come to an end in two weeks time. Millions of people have paused repayments on mortgages, credit cards and loans thanks to emergency rules introduced during the pandemic. Payment holidays are when a lender agrees to pause your monthly repayments for a set amount of time. The payment breaks were

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I was in £27k of debt last year – here's how I've shaved £10k off it and STILL managed to save

WHETHER it's a coat all the fashion influencers are wearing or kitchen utensils our favourite mummy bloggers are raving about, we've ALL bought somethingjust because we've seen it on Instagram before. And impulse buying online is something mum Clare Seal – who has written the money-saving manual Real Life Money: An Honest Guide to Taking Control of Your Finances -knows

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Paris Club creditors agree to cancel $1.4 billion of Somali debt

WASHINGTON/PARIS (Reuters) – The Paris Club of creditor nations agreed on Tuesday to restructure Somalia’s debt, including immediately canceling $1.4 billion owed by the impoverished Horn of Africa country. Three decades of conflict have left Somalia all but cut off from the global financial system and relief from its debt is expected to open the way for new sources of

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Germany eyes 156 billion euros of new borrowing, 200 bln euros in debt authorization

BERLIN (Reuters) – Germany is readying stimulus measures requiring about 156 billion euros ($166.83 billion) in net new borrowing and additional debt authorization of up to 200 billion euros to fight the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak, according to a draft law and senior officials. The package will include a supplementary government budget of 156 billion euros, 100 billion

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What happens to your debt if you die?

Millennials are responsible for killing so many things (canned tuna, Christmas traditions, lunch, to name a few), that it’s no surprise we’re so relaxed making jokes about death. Take a browse through Twitter and you’ll find memes of the Roll Safe guy tapping his temple to the idea that you can’t pay off student loans if you’re dead, jokes about

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