Tax changes in the UK

    New UK Tax Year: 11 Things you Need to Know (And How it Impacts You)

    21st May 2019

    It’s a new tax year and with it comes change! It’s easy to tune out to any news surrounding taxes. But, any change announced has the potential to have a major impact on your personal finances. Fortunately, we’ve rounded up a list of recent announcements to help you stay up to date on what’s changed, what remains the same and …
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  • Tips for Saving on Car Expenses

    10 Simple Tips for Motorists to Save £934 on Fuel Costs (in 2019)!

    15th May 2019

    The cost of driving always seems to be going up, with car tax and car insurance on the rise. Fuel is still one of the most significant expenditures for motorists in the UK, despite prices being frozen for the ninth year in a row. Drivers can save hundreds of pounds on fuel by making small changes when it comes to their …
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  • tips for booking a summer holidays

    5 Tips to Plan, Budget and Book your Summer Holiday in 2019!

    22nd April 2019

    Holidays, whether on your own, with a loved one or with family should be a fun-filled and memorable one. Sadly, it doesn’t always work out that way. The internet is full of tales of dodgy hotels, crammed tours with other tourists, flight delays and over-priced car rental. When this happens, your holiday excitement can be ruined in minutes. But, with …
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  • How to save money on utility bills

    How to Save Money on Household Utility Bills

    15th April 2019

    Winter should be firmly behind us now, and for many households, they can breathe a sigh of relief from higher energy bills and the wear and tear of living through winter. Household costs like electricity, gas, water, broadband, car insurance and mobile phones consume most of our household budgets. Rather than wait for the onset of another winter where prices …
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  • ISA and tax free savings

    The Peachy Guide to ISA’s and Tax-free Savings

    26th March 2019

    You’re looking to save some money; this could be to pay for a holiday each year or something long-term like a deposit for a home or retirement. There’s no single approach to saving up your desired amount, as it will depend on your timeframe, your current financial circumstances… and even your age. But, one thing to consider is your tax-free …
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  • Peachy new refer a friend program

    Want to Earn £15 with Peachy? Refer a Friend and the Money is Yours!

    20th March 2019

    Peachy is growing, and we’re proud that we are offering credit to millions of Britons who need a short-term loan to cover life’s little emergencies. Despite our success, there are undoubtedly some friends and colleagues of yours that may have never heard of Peachy. Who knows, maybe they themselves are facing one of life’s little financial crises? So, wouldn’t it …
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  • credit alternatives in he UK

    6 Credit Alternatives to Bank Loans, Overdrafts & Credit Cards

    15th March 2019

    Ae you planning on making an expensive one-off purchase? Do you need some fast cash to cover you until the end of the month? Or maybe you are searching for a way to reduce your debt burden and consolidate your debts? Credit cards, overdrafts and payday loans are several ways borrowers can apply for when they don’t have money in …
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