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Some interesting tweets re mortgages if you look at their twitter page whatsit:

https://twitter.com/YourMoneyAdvice

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They just don't know and don't care to know and the lenders don't care to educate them - and if it goes wrong the government/taxpayers will bail them out :unsure:

"Show your dog, cat, budgie, lizard (or whatever) you care by taking out pet insurance."

That then links to a youtube video

For sure people will be able to find a debt product to buy a new dog, cat, budgie, lizard (or whatever) "to show them that you care" and there'll be a global derivative product built around them - if there isn't there soon will be.

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They seem pretty convinced Carney's actually going to follow through with rate rises sometime soon:

Money Advice ServiceVerified account @YourMoneyAdvice

Plan ahead now for an anticipated rise in mortgage repayments with #interestrates. http://******/YUo0Yt

When interest rates rise, make sure you don't end up in trouble. Take action now: http://******/YUo0Yt

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