- Personal insolvencies rose to their highest level in nearly three years in the first quarter of 2017, according to recent stats from the Insolvency Service.Continue reading..
UK inflation unchanged: What does this mean for you?Data shows that UK inflation rates held steady in March 2017. But does this affect you in any way and does it mean more or less money in your pocket?Continue reading..
Harrington Brooks seeks industry consensus at annual conference to tackle indebtednessHolding its second annual conference, financial services provider Harrington Brooks asked delegates to come together as an industry to tackle indebtedness.Continue reading..
Trafford College Star Student Becomes Star Employee at the One Advice GroupAs part of the One Advice Group’s commitment to supporting talent, the business helped Trafford College student Brittany Peacock’s Career Ready pathway.Continue reading..
Harrington Brooks helps local community with finances and careersOur colleagues have visited schools in the local community to have some fun, share our knowledge of finance and provide insight into working life.Continue reading..
Harrington Brooks is granted full authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority
Harrington Brooks is granted full authorisation by the Financial Conduct Authority.
Where to shop on a budget and where you should switch fromWe’ve come up with a list of everyday shops you should consider switching from - to make your money go a little bit furtherContinue reading..
Pre-pay energy customers set to save up to £80 from price capOfgem has announced a price cap limit for customers using pre-payment meters in the UK. The price cap will come in to force from April 2017.Continue reading..
How do you open your bank statement after Christmas?See if you're the type of person we've identified when it comes to opening your bank statement after Christmas has been and gone | By Kalpesh BhandariContinue reading..
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We know that fitness and physical wellbeing is on everybody’s minds in January, but what about financial wellbeing?