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There are number of factors which can cause our society getting into debts. Financial companies such as banks and credit card companies have used clever marketing ideas to make it easy for people to get credit. We live in a free market society and this means that it will always be hard for the government to control the spending and borrowing money. Most of our society find it easy to apply for credit card or loan, however not everyone is able to pay it back. There are number of people who have got no limits on spending the money, whereas it's important or not. For example- purchasing the stuff, they don't necessary need, therefore if we will carry on getting into more debts- our country will bankrupt. ...read more.


Lessen the unnecessary waist of money- it might mean refusing the Starbucks and making coffee in the office instead, or taking a packed lunch to work. It could mean doing some jobs yourself like washing the car by hand or even growing your own vegetables in the back garden. Set up savings, in the future there could be unplanned expenses, such as medical issues, car might brake down or any other problems that might appear, therefore you will not be able to pay for those expenses. Make sure you do organise your money, set up a book or diary, where you will put down your income, bills, savings, money you can afford to use for your own needs. ...read more.


Credit cards and loans are not always a bad thing; it can be very useful in some life situations, of course if you are able to pay it back in time. As well as that, credit cards are much easier to use than cash, however the problem is that most of us do not organise our spending and getting into a long chain of debts. According to that- UK's current situation is 'credit crunch', job availability and whole country is in recession. I think that it would be very beneficial for more people to be educated in the problems of debt, and how to manage their money more sensibly so that they do not get easily seduced by clever marketing. Dovile Lydekaite- AS student 2009/2010 ...read more.

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