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Savvy Living

Peer-to-Peer finance can make (& save) you money

It involves, indirectly, borrowing money from a member of the public; someone who has a bit of spare cash lying around and who ...

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Understand my Credit Score

Luxury vs. Adventure? Which is the better lifestyle?

Have you ever wondered just what the world has to offer? There are some amazing experiences out there that are just waiting for...

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Savvy Living

Payday loans: the silent killer of mortgage applications?

This article can be summed up in one sentence: don’t get out a payday loan if you plan on getting a mortgage. The End....

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Understand my Credit Score

Got a low credit score? This might be why.

Check out these top tips to ensure you don't find yourself losing important points on your score. 

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Savvy Living

Britain’s Strangest Christmas Gifts Revealed

Boy did we get some surprising answers. From Tickle Me Elmos (given to an adult) to alcoholic peaches (given to someone underag...

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Debt & Budgeting

How to Make Extra Cash for Debt Payoff in Your Spare Time

When it’s hard enough to find money to make even the minimum payments on your debt, one thing is for sure – it&rsqu...

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Loans & Borrowing

What you absolutely should do before getting a loan.

Life is unpredictable! It has a terrible habit it throwing something huge and expensive in your way and loves nothing more than...

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Understand my Credit Score

Spring cleaning your credit score: tips for improvement

1. REQUEST YOUR FILE If you have been refused credit, the lender is legally obliged to tell you why...

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Understand my Credit Score

Things you should know about your credit score & why you should care.

Your credit score reflects your financial behaviour and tells lenders just how reliable you are. Generally speaking, the lower ...

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