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How do you finance buying a new car

How do you finance buying a new car

If your clutch is clattering and your bodywork has seen better days, it may be time to think about buying a new car. Great idea, but motors don’t come cheap. Your car is probably the second biggest expense you’ll ever make, after buying a house. Oh, and having kids – hmm, make that the third

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Choosing the right loan for you

Choosing the right loan for you

If you are planning a major purchase, such as home improvements, a new car, or even want to consolidate existing debt, you might want a loan and choosing the right loan for you can be difficult. A personal loan gives you a set amount of money, usually from £1,000 to £25,000, which must be repaid

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refused credit or a loan

Refused for credit or a loan

When the ‘Computer Says No’ being refused for credit or a loan it can feel like an irritation, or the end of the world, depending on your specific needs and circumstances at the time. If you’re wondering what you can do if refused for credit or a loan, and what alternative options there are, then

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10 things you should know before applying for a loan

10 things you should know before applying for a loan

With many of us struggling to make ends meet, the number of people applying for loans is at a record high. If you’re considering taking out a loan for whatever reason, make sure you read these top 10 things you should know before applying for a loan: 1) There are two types of loans Secured

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financing a new business

Buying a new business how do you finance it

When buying a new business its so important to have your finances sorted out,when asked about buying a new business how do you finance it that’s the tricky question!Trying to get the money together  can seem like an impossible task. The good news is there are various avenues you can go down to get the

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Could you afford to overpay your mortgage

Your mortgage is one of the most expensive thing you will ever buy and also the longest term loan you’ll ever have to borrow. With today’s uncertain economic climate, it can be a worry getting tied to a mortgage for the foreseeable future, as most last for at least 25 years, but some up to

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