Posts Categorized: Finance

Dumfries and Galloway Scottish Debt Misery Reported

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A report by Citizens Advice Scotland has shown that Dumfries in Galloway has a Scottish debt misery to the value of £27,927,166 compared to £26,448,693 the previous year. A 5% increase. Dumfries and Galloway CAS, which has four offices in the areas of Dumfries, Annan, Stranraer and Castle Douglas, also has outreach services in other… Read more »

Unemployment high will tip more into debt, says Trust Deed Scotland

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The Office for National Statistics reported a 17-year high in unemployment of 2.5 million jobless, with 114,000 alone being made redundant between June and August. This is far beyond the forecasted 20,000 expected for this period and has prompted fears that the UK is about to be tipped into a double dip recession. The economic… Read more »

ChartLabPro.com Looks to Help the Retail Investor Make Better Investment Decisions

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TheChartlab.com LLC. (“The Chart Lab”), started by famed technician Greg Troccoli is launching ChartLabPro.com. ChartLabPro.com is an easy to use self directed investment tool to help investors become great investors during uncertain market conditions. Unlike Thechartlab.com, where we provide our proprietary technical analysis and stock picks, ChartLabPro.com empowers investors to take control of your own… Read more »

TheChartlab.com is launching ChartLabPro.com to Help the Retail Investor Make Better Investment Decisions

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TheChartlab.com LLC. (“The Chart Lab”), started by famed technician Greg Troccoli is launching ChartLabPro.com. ChartLabPro.com is an easy to use self directed investment tool to help investors become great investors during uncertain market conditions. Unlike Thechartlab.com, where we provide our proprietary technical analysis and stock picks, ChartLabPro.com empowers investors to take control of your own… Read more »

Scottish Insolvencies Up By 4%, Says Trust Deed Scotland Company

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The Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB) released its second quarter figures for 2011, revealing bankruptcies have dropped while Debt Arrangement Scheme based on payment plans have rapidly increased. Overall bankruptcy awards are down 8% compared to the second quarter last year, while Protected Trust Deeds have strongly increased by 22%. Debt Arrangement Scheme approved payment plans… Read more »