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We offer low rate and cheap loans to home owners, so if you are a homeowner and are looking to clear your credit or consolidate your debts, we can help sort out your finances. Non-standard proof of income loan plans are also available meaning loans for self employed people with no accounts needed.

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Government borrowing see fall in October, but increase compared to same period last year

The ONS said government borrowing was down £0.2bn compared to the month before in September, which meant the amount borrowed as £7.7bn in the month.
Government borrowing between April and October also saw an increase, in total for that period it was £64.1bn, an increase of £3.7bn from the same period last year (2013).
Borrowing for the financial year to date is 6.1% above the same period last year.

The Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) predicted that net borrowing would fall by more than 10% in the coming year.

Partly the reason was due to slow wage growth and large numbers of people earning less than the threshold for income tax, which affected tax receipts to the treasury.
October's data showed receipts from income tax were £81.5bn, down £0.3bn on the same month last year, despite economic growth running at around 3% and a surge in employment.

Total public sector net debt in October was £1,449.2bn (79.5% of GDP).

In response to the latest figures, a Treasury spokesperson said: "While today's public finance figures show borrowing is down this month compared to last year, the impact of the great recession is still being felt in our economy and the public finances. At the same time, we have to recognise that the UK is not immune to the problems being experienced in Europe and other parts of the world economy”.

Following the data release the OBR reaffirmed that it expected income tax receipts to pick up at the end of the financial year, however growth in central government receipts so far this year had been much weaker than forecast at the time of the Budget.
The OBR says factors such as weaker than expected wage growth, lower than expected residential property sales (incorporating stamp duty), and lower oil and gas revenues are making it unlikely that the full year receipts growth forecast stated in March will now be met.
21st November 2014 more ....


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