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Knowing When It’s The Right Time To Sell Your Home

With the looming uncertainty of Brexit, it’s hard to predict what will happen to the housing market, but in general, there doesn’t seem to be a handy guide which tells you exactly when to sell your home. If you’re contemplating selling your property, then it’s good to know when the …

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How UK Immigrants Can Build Credit

To build credit, you need to use credit. For those that have just relocated to the U.K., this may seem impossible. Companies like to see a good track record of debt repayment but credit doesn’t transfer across countries, leaving immigrants stuck with no credit in the U.K.. However, credit need …

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Is Renting A Better Choice For You?

We all have some pretty strong goals that we go through life holding onto, but there are few stronger than the goal that most of us have to one day buy our very own house. And why wouldn’t you want that? After all, if you’re a homeowner you’ve got a …

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Destination Guide to Loving Your January Blues

We’ve made it. It might feel like the 74th day of January but it’s finally over and we’ve made it to the other side of the January Blues. But that doesn’t mean you can’t give yourself something to look forward to. MyVoucherCodes have launched their Destination Guide to Loving Your January Blues, …

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7 Smart Tips for Borrowing Money

If you thought there is nothing complicated about borrowing money, think again. In fact, there is a smart way you can approach this fairly common process. Because even though everyone is aware of how loans work and they are approved on a daily basis, there is always the risk of …

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How short-term borrowing affects your mortgage application

A short-term loan can seem appealing due to the low amounts required and the short amount of time they need to be paid back in. However, what also needs to be considered when applying for a short-term loan is the impact it could have on your mortgage application. Below we …

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5 of the Most Affordable and Fuel-Efficient Used Cars

Whether your car has seen better days or your family is growing, buying used can be a savvy way to upgrade your car. However, the overall price of a car comes down to more than the initial purchase – there’s also all the running costs to consider. Fortunately, we’ve done …

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7 Ways You Can Close The Pensions Gap This Month

‘Advertorial post with Aviva’ As women, we know that the pension and savings gap exists, especially for mums who need to take time off for maternity leave and flexible working. But did you know that when it comes to pensions, savings and investments that the gap suddenly becomes an abyss? …

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5 Financial Considerations All Families Should Make

There are numerous financial considerations that families should make. When you’re no longer a singleton and you have a partner and kids to live with, you want to make sure that you’re all living happy, comfortable lives together. Below, the 5 financial considerations will ensure you’re doing what’s right for …

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Is a Personalised Number Plate a Good Investment?

One of the ways to maximize your monthly income is through side jobs and investments. However, a second job may easily take you away from your family for two to four extra hours. And even if you get to work from home, you still have to be focused on what …