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22nd September 2016
Personal loans need you to be focused and diligent when it comes to making repayments and to figuring out why you are taking out personal loans. Personal loans are loans that you can borrow for personal reasons that can be anything that you want. 1 – Look for the amount that you need On the whole, personal loans tend to …
23rd August 2016
Overdrafts act like extra cash that you can borrow from the bank in case you need money. Not all bank accounts have overdraft facilities and maybe this is for the best. A new report by Which cited by the BBC found that getting an overdraft can be more expensive than a short-term loan. This is something that has been fascinating …
8th July 2016
Have you ever thought about financial education? New statistics quoted by the National Savings & Investments organisation (NS&I) show that millions of Brits (15 million) wish they had experience some sort of financial education as they were growing up. Financial education is understanding how your personal finance works such as how to balance your income and expenditure and how to …
18th April 2016
Wherever you look at the moment, be it banks, lenders, credit card providers or shops. They are all talking about “flexible finance”. But what does it mean and what impact does it have on you? If you do a quick search online for “flexible finance”. You find many offers for 0% car finance, mortgages, loans and even replacement boilers, but …
23rd March 2016
Easter tends to be a time for fun, family and friends. Whether you are spending Easter with your friends or if you are going on a weekend break for Easter, you need to make sure that you have sorted out your finances for the long weekend. Recent statistics show that Easter spending has swelled to £747m, according to the Telegraph. …
15th March 2016
With the UK’s GDP growth averaging between 2% and 3% in 2014 and 2015 respectively coupled with a reduced unemployment rate which was at a 10-year low of a tad above 5%, consumer confidence has been at all-time high. It is estimated that in 2015 more than £29.5 billion of personal loans were availed by UK consumers. With increasing consumer …