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Is a Cash Loan Right for Me?

Picture this: two days before the end of the month, with £50 in the bank, you slip on the stairs and fracture your leg. The doctor advises complete bed rest for a month and hands over a thousand pound bill. You turn to friends and family for loans, but they can only cough up a few hundred pounds at
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Options for Those Struggling with Student Loans

The average student loan debt is now at around $24,000, and it’s expected to increase considerably in the following years. As a matter of fact, the debt owed in student loans is now higher than the debt for auto loans or home equity lines, and, arguably, it’s made even worse by the fact that many borrowers did not know exactly what they were getting themselves

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Refinancing Your Mortgage To Save Money

If you’re looking to release some of the money tied up in your home, or simply want to take advantage of falling interest rates, then you may have considered refinancing your mortgage. People switch to different types of mortgages all the time, whether it’s because they can benefit from an improved credit score, or they want to lower their

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Using a logbook loan to help with financial difficulty

There are many loan options available today for those who need financial assistance. With the economic recovery still very slow and more people struggling financially, having to take out a loan is becoming necessary for more people even if it is just for a short term. It is important to look at the loan options available and ensure that you are taking out the right type of loan.

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Fixed Rate Loans Drop to Stimulate Activity

Despite the Reserve Bank’s efforts to stimulate the property market, analysts remain concerned but say that consumers should take heart that the RBA will need to keep interest rates low for an extended period of time in order to rejuvenate the economy.