Posted by | Category Blog | Date 30 April 2018

Are Credit Cards the Cheapest Form of Borrowing?

Credit cards are commonly see as a low-cost form of borrowing money - but they can also be seen as an option used by the most vulnerable in societies. In many cases this is harsh but fair, and thats where credit card borrowing falls down. But it doesn’t have to be like that, referring an article from The Guardian in  March 2018 entitled ‘tidy away your debt problems’. But before

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 27 April 2018

Why is a log book loan better than a payday loan?

At Guarantor Loan Comparison, we believe it is important to know what other options are available when it comes to short term finance. When you need money in a hurry, there are plenty of ways to get it. But fast cash usually comes at a cost, which is why you should do some proper research before signing any loan agreement. Both payday and log book loans are popular choices to

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 25 April 2018

Trends in Digital Banking

We saw a financial crisis in the United Kingdom in the first decade of the 21st Century.  This crisis led to the rigorous regulation of the banking industry by central banks and government authorities which we see today. The banks were instituting over-complex systems which aimed to integrate the needs of old-fashioned business models and catering to the mores of the existing regulations. As a result, plenty of investment

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 17 April 2018

Case Study: Dan and His Garage Business

This is a real case study from a client that was funded through Guarantor Loan Comparison. The name of the individual has been changed for confidential purposes. After working for 14 years in his Uncles Bob's Garage, first as an Apprentice and more recently as the Floor Manager, Dan decided to go it alone. He spoke to his Uncle about his plans, specifying that he would work out of area

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 11 April 2018

Benefits of Credit Cards

Sometimes referred to as a “necessary evil” is the credit card. Credit cards are seen to have a bad reputation by some – it seems that if someone finds themselves in debt or over-extended, the finger is always pointed at credit cards. It is correct that credit cards can be a reason for someone finding themselves in debt, but there are many other reasons why a person can find themselves

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