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Instalment Loans Explained

Date 10 August 2018

There are a wide range of short term personal loans available on the UK market. However, instalment loans have in recent times been mooted as a viable alternative to traditional payday loans; nowadays often referred to as 1 month or 30 day loans. Instalment loans are designed in principle to be repaid over a longer period than old-fashioned payday type...

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How to know a loans website is safe to use

Date 24 July 2018

Consumers apply for loans on the Internet these days as the first port of call. The days of going to the bank teller or phoning up a loans company are definitely behind us and so the presence of online lenders has become mainstream. However, it is not always easy to determine which sites are safe to use online and which...

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How to use a credit card abroad

Date 06 July 2018

Are you planning to go on holiday soon, or intending to move abroad? You may be wondering whether or not to use the credit card you currently have in order to purchase things whilst away. Providing that you choose the right credit card whilst abroad, you could end up saving a considerable amount of money when it comes to fees....

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When to use an umbrella company

Date 04 July 2018

Want to find out more about the premise of umbrella companies, and when they may be useful to you? Guarantor Loans takes a look at everything you need to know about umbrella companies, and when they can be used. Umbrella companies explained Umbrella companies act as the middleman between an agency or company that you are currently working for and...

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The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Joint Bank Account

Date 28 June 2018

Many people prefer to have a joint bank account when they get married. In essence, joint bank accounts are designed with the purpose to allow couples to manage their money efficiently together. This could be for things like paying the bills, paying the rent or the mortgage and any other shared expenses that need taking care of without fuss. Apparently,...

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What is the National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage?

Date 14 June 2018

In the United Kingdom, we have something in place called the National Living Wage and the National Minimum Wage. Many people live in confusion as to what that means for everyone and with constant changes to it, how much the national living wage actually is. [caption id="attachment_1674" align="aligncenter" width="564"] Source: Low Pay Commissions[/caption] The National Minimum Way is the minimum...

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What is Gig economy?

Date 06 June 2018

What is meant when we say ‘gig’ economy? It is a phrase which is increasingly coming into use and is particularly prevalent in connection with employment disputes. The definition of a gig economy is “a labour market characterised by the prevalence of short-term contracts or freelance work, as opposed to permanent jobs". This can be looked at in two ways....

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