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20th August 2017
Conventional financial wisdom says that you need to have an emergency fund in order to have strong personal finances. Cash reserve can be anything from three months to six months. This can take a while to create for yourself which is why it is extremely important to generate income for yourself. In addition to having your full-time job, it’s important …
6th August 2017
How to create wealth Wealth is the word that is on everyone’s mind. Wealth and money are not the same thing though. If you want to become wealthy, you need to understand how to create wealth and how to keep wealth. The average wealth of households based in the South East of England has soared to more than £300,000 according …
23rd July 2017
At the height of the financial crisis, more than 8.2 million loans were taken out in the UK. With traditional forms of credit drying up, more and more of us turned to payday loan lenders to solve our short-term financial woes. But, times have changed, haven’t they? Well, not quite. It’s almost 10 years later, but Brits still struggle to …
3rd July 2017
An emergency fund is one of the most important things that you need to have to manage your personal finances. It is something that will help you when or if you are suffering from financial problems, or if you are trying to ensure that you do not have financial problems. What is an emergency fund? An emergency fund is a …
5th June 2017
Its our 6th birthday already and we would like to celebrate it with you! During the whole June we are going to give out Peachy’s gifts, discounts and on top of all of it there will be 6 lucky customers who don’t have to repay their loan. Just keep on reading to understand how we are doing all of it. …
28th May 2017
“Save money” is back in style as more Brits look to saving to weather potential financial problems in the future. A survey from the National Savings & Investments (NS&I) found that savings levels are increasing every year, and that women in general save more money than men. If you are a spender and you want to learn about the power …