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By Texas Car Title Loans
Texas Title Loans. Get a title loan but keep your car. Personal loans for bad credit - use the title of your car for car title loans in Texas!
By srandall
Computer Services Franchise Makes Opening a Business Easier in 2012
By Money Supermarket
The average Briton has £4,209 worth of artwork, £3,500 of gold and £6,138 of stamps stashed away at home, according to analysis by the Monitor
By Simon Joyce
Anchor Vans, a leading retailer of used vans, has reported a shortage of 3 year old used vans as a result of the credit crunch three years ago.
By Banzai Stag & Hen Weekends
Make your Milton Keynes Hen Weekend the best party in town. All you need is a bit of careful planning, some searching on the internet and your Milton Keynes Hen Weekend will outshine the rest, without blowing too much of your hard earned cash.
By Mike
Jokers' Masquerade took a look at the favourite costumes, key trends and impact of the economic climate on demand for fancy dress in 2010 and found unexpected results on all fronts!
Average first-time buyer in past five years given £22,669 by parents 65% of first-time buyers planning to pay back parents won’t repay with interest 11% of first-time buyers got £50,000 or more from parents
By Mosaic Publicity
As the age of austerity continues to take hold, leading Hertfordshire wedding venue Down Hall Country House Hotel says couples are tightening the purse strings ahead of their big day.
Average asking prices -3.3% down on last year Stock levels increased 76% since October 2009
By Carl Nagaitis, Bryher Business Partnership
Help Line Will Stay Open to Meet Demand Says 1994 MD Peter Avery
By Payplan
The recession has had a significant impact on how people manage their finances, according to a national debt report published recently.
By Angelce Manovski
Press release to announce the launch of We are a unique, online boutique specialising in gently used and new fashion. We focus on classic slow fashion items that consumers will want to 'wear again' and again.
By Greenfield Media
Having survived the recession, Stroud Vintage - the organisers of the popular Stroud Vintage Fashion & Textiles Fairs have had their new fair programme for 2010/2011 scuppered by a rival organiser.
By Auto Relief Group
To save the car from repossession, people opt for a loan modification. There are qualifications which should match your situation to convince the loan modification service providers to conduct a loan modification procedure.
By Galapark Finance
A MOVE to set up a credit adjudication service for cash-strapped businesses has been dismissed as too bureaucratic.
By Anthony Tribunella
In a latest news’, the Fed informed that consumer borrowing has unexpectedly increased. Most of it was student and auto loans.
By Chris Gardner.
If Bank lending in the UK is causing so many problems with the economy, why are banks and lenders so inflexible, and why aren’t they lending, asks mortgage and property website
By Marketing Department Wall to Wall Communications
This past year Wall to Wall communications Ltd has performed strongly despite the recent turbulence of the market.
By Nid Alex
According to money facts, the credit card interest rates and bank loan rates in UK have reached the highest over the last 9 years. The average credit card rates has risen to 18.8 per cent this February.
By Powerchex Limited
Powerchex releases annual employment offer figures
By Sebastian Nigel Paine
A Wall Street firm generated huge annual profits, but fell after making risky investments and disregarding risk managers’ warnings as a financial crisis approached. Author explores the impact on employees while poking fun at Corporate America.
By Datamonitor
As a result of the collapse of the banking sector in 2008, credit, even for well-established companies, became dearer, which curtailed the growth of the fleet industry.
By outletseeker
The tough economic climate is being blamed for a decline in spending - however outlet malls have seen an upsurge
When Osama launched the 9/11 attacks, he aimed to shake the foundations of western capitalism. The measures used to contain the economic fallout involved pumping cheap money onto the system, which led to the Financial Crisis.
By Couple Connection
The Couple Connection finds out how the people on the street are coping with the effects of the credit crunch on the quality of their relationships with their partners.
By Couple Connection
UK relationship advice service puts to rest common relationship myths that affect an increasing number of couples suffering from the added strain of the credit crunch.
By Paola B
I am launching an initiative to be debt-free by Christmas 2009. I set up an ebay auction and a blog to collate donations towards my debts. I will donate 10% of all proceeds to Cancer Research UK
By Simon Richard Lee
As the only feasible way to abolish this recession and so abolish all future such recessions.
By Volpa
St John’s Shopping Centre has announced plans for Ramsdens, a specialist consumer financial services organisation that primarily helps people to obtain cash, to open a store in the mall in October 2009.
By Mallorca Property Partners
The Mallorca property market is showing signs of recovery. With reports that the recession is nearing its end, people have been coming back to the market and still more are wondering if it is time to start considering properties in Mallorca again.
By i-to-i
With news of a surge in Scottish unemployment today, Scottish residents should consider getting TEFL qualified with i-to-i to boost their job opportunities.
By Powerchex
LONDON, August 10th, 2009 – Job applicants are attempting to deceive firms in the financial services more and more. And those turning to lies and embellishments to land jobs are the youngest applicants.
By dsmfood
Why? Simply because Dominic Milner feels that there is a total lack of quality cookery Blogs available right now for you to indulge in some family cookery along with money saving tips.
By i-to-i Meaningful Travel
Savvy Scots use their ILA funding to get TEFL qualified to teach English in fantastic locations around the world.
By i-to-i Meaningful Travel
As casual jobs in the UK and US dry up, head Down Under to raise money for a gap year
By, a new money-saving voucher code directory was created to put together the ever growing number of online retailers issuing voucher codes and saw higher than expected visitor numbers.
By Mattress Maven
As the credit crunch continues to persist with UK unemployment continuing to rise, increasing numbers of UK consumers are shifting over from premium mattress brands to Snuggle Beds mattresses.
By Ryan Owen Gibson
In this time of economic downturn, two of the north west’s leading hardware and software solutions specialists have secured a merger.
By i-to-i Meaningful Travel
Teaching English abroad offers fantastic opportunities for victims of the current recession to gain new skills, earn money overseas and fund travel to exotic destinations.
By Sainsbury's Finance
An estimated 13,600 loans were taken out for weddings during the first four months of 2009, 43% increase in the number of loans taken out for weddings since last year. Sainsbury’s Finance offers loans at just 7.9% for Sainsbury’s shoppers
By Venture Finance
Venture Finance Survey reveals scale of problem faced by UK businesses.
By The Association for Meridian Energy Therapies
Members of The AMT (Association for Meridian & Energy Therapies) in the UK have noticed a dramatic increase in the number of clients attending therapy sessions because of anxiety, stress and in more severe cases, panic attacks.
By John Funnell
There has been no shortage of conversation about online networking in the last year. Communities such as Facebook, MySpace and Twitter are a fantastic resource to all - But what are the true business benefits of Social networking?
By gth media relations
A recent survey of small to mid sized offices around the UK has found that the tumultuous state of the economy isn’t affecting the majority of our love lives – but it may be causing some to consider drastic measures to ensure their job security.
By Coface UK
The credit crisis, which entered its 2nd phase in the 4th quarter of 2008, is worsening in all areas. After a decline in companies’ financial strength in 22 countries in January, Coface is conducting downgrades and negative watches on 47 countries
By Michael A. Kamperman
What are the causes of the current financial crisis, and what are the solutions necessary to turn the economy around? The answers are found in - How America Can Escape the New Great Depression by Michael A. Kamperman
By Evercore Pan-Asset
John Redwood's bi-weekly financial blog. Mr Redwood is the Director of Evercore Pan-Asset.
By Mick Thorburn
Go from Fashionista to Recessionista with Stuff U Sell
By Ince & Co
"When one has dealings overseas, you encounter special problems," Tony George and Carol Searle, partners in the international law firm Ince & Co., told delegates at the Third Annual Africa Trade and Investment Conference last week.
By Heathcote Communications
Munique Fashion has a range of unique and individual handcrafted accessories that are perfect for updating a look without buying lots of new outfits.


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