Extra Cash Lying Around - Here Are 9 Best Ways to Capitalise

    Extra Cash Lying Around? Here Are 9 Best Ways to Capitalise

    17th July 2019

    Too much of a good thing is bad, or is it? Because having extra money is anything but bad, right? There are countless things you can do with it, from investing it wisely to burning it for fun. Regardless of the source of your extra dough ― years of hard work, a winning ticket in the raffle, inheritance, lawsuit settlement, …
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  • Buying a home

    How to Escape The Rent Cycle and Finally Buy a Home

    Research has highlighted that on average, those who rent will spend a whopping £1 million more than an average homebuyer over sixty years, plus the further uncertainty of whether their landlord will sell the property that they rent.  For the majority, homeownership appears to be a choice that is far out of our grasp. House prices are still beyond our …
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  • Household spending statistics UK

    Where Does Your Paycheck Go? Key Household Spending Statistics in the UK (Infographic)

    9th July 2019

    Have you ever wondered where all your money goes? Find out how an average household in the UK spends its income. It’s no surprise, but many people are spending more than they earn each month. There is a steady transition from cash and cheques toward plastic and digital payments, which often results in unforeseen fees and interest charges that contribute to …
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  • Join the Peachy Birthday Celebrations

    It’s Peachy’s Birthday – All £100 Loans are Now Interest-Free!

    1st June 2019

    It’s party time for Peachy! Our 8th birthday is fast approaching and we can’t believe we’re 8 years old already! In human years, we’d still be in primary school! But we’re growing a lot faster as a business – and we are happy to remain one of the most trusted direct lenders in the UK. We turn 8 on 6th …
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  • How to control emotional spending

    The 5 Triggers of Emotional Spending (And How to Control Them!)

    31st May 2019

    Are you an emotional spender? However good you are at managing your money, your emotions can urge you to make financial decisions that could end up costing you a small fortune. Emotional spending occurs when we spend more money on something because we feel bored, lonely, worried or perhaps because we feel like celebrating a particular life event like getting …
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  • 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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