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When is Taking a Short-Term Loan a Smart Option?

Whether you’re facing emergency car or home repairs, medical expenses or whatever else, there are certain situations when you may need to come up with some serious cash in a hurry. If you’re lucky enough to have a decent amount of money saved away, this situation obviously shouldn’t be much of a problem. Nonetheless, anyone […]
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Are Payday Loans the Worst Kind of Loans You Can Ever Find?

Payday loans have often been touted as the worst kind of loans available on the market. However, if managed well, these loans can easily be paid off and you could get out of debt within just 30 days. There are several firms like that provide short term advances at a very reasonable cost. They […]
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Carney fuels consumer loans spree by banks

A boom in cheap loans provided by the Bank of England is fuelling Britain’s consumer debt bubble, The Sunday Times can reveal. Please follow and like us:
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Need extra cash? A second-charge mortgage may suit

The number of people taking out a second mortgage on their home to get some extra cash has jumped to the highest level since 2008. New data shows that £93 million in loans was taken out by homeowners in March through second-charge mortgages. Please follow and like us:
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Want to reduce your mortgage? Offset it

Linking a savings account to a home loan may be a wise move if a buy-to-let property is only borderline profitable Please follow and like us:
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Awash in a sea of easy credit

Kudos to Jayne-Anne Gadhia, the Virgin Money boss. She confessed on Desert Island Discs at the weekend that Donny Osmond was her teenage crush and that for a long time in her career she didn’t know what a securitised loan was. Whatever next — António Horta-Osório, his Showaddywaddy thing and a difficulty with capital ratios? Please follow […]
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