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November 21, 2022 at 10:49 in reply to: Is austerity a political choice? #177706
<span style=”color: #646464; font-family: filson-pro, sans-serif; font-size: 15px;”>It’s very scary – a pub near me that has been open for years has had to close down. The mix of inflation and bills going up, combined with customers having less spending power has made the situation impossible for them. Genuinely worrying how many other businesses will be in the same position.</span>
My High Street was already on its knees before this…it’ll be a wonder if there’s a High Street left.
Come on England!November 16, 2022 at 15:13 in reply to: Is crypto dead? #177511
After the horror stories I’ve heard, I’m not sure I’d go near itNovember 16, 2022 at 15:12 in reply to: Mortgage rates in the future #177510
Difference is, it’s not really the same kind of commitment. Once you come to the end of the contract you can get out of there. With a house you’ve paid a massive upfront deposit which you now stand to lose – home repossession is a nasty business!
Don’t want to be rude but I feel like you probably are a homeowner? Renting when the prices are sky high is awful. And they’re always rising. I’m not saying that interest rates aren’t going to be a challenge for homeowners but I would love the kind of energy spent worrying about homeowners focused back on Generation Rent.November 16, 2022 at 15:03 in reply to: What’s the best type of dog to own? #177506
My lovely Norfolk Terrier just passed away a few months ago, but I’ll never forget him. Lived until he was 17 and was just the most gentle soul.November 16, 2022 at 15:01 in reply to: Trouble at work #177505
Lol, ignore the post above.
You’ll prob get a slap on the wrist. Just don’t do it again 🙂November 16, 2022 at 15:00 in reply to: Mortgage rates in the future #177504
Oh yeah, because rent prices won’t go up, I’m sure…..April 11, 2020 at 14:44 in reply to: Credit card freeze #150678
Can you get the interest stopped too? It seems that if you delay the payment but have inrest charged anyway then you have to pay a lot more when the holiday is done but how will you know if you have enough money to pay for the extra interest as well as the payment?