Posted by | Category Blog | Date 17 September 2018

How much you can save with solar panels

Solar energy is on the rise in a big way and people are utilising it as a way to save money on utility bills.  If you have high utility bills, live in a prime location and qualify for tax breaks or other savings similar, you should consider switching to Solar Power. The cost of electricity from traditional sources in on the rise, there is no doubt about that, and this

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 04 September 2018

What happens if your guarantor refuses to pay?

The nature of a Guarantor Loan dictates that if the borrower becomes unable to repay their loan, the responsibility falls on the guarantor to pay the full amount, plus interest. Both the borrower and the guarantor will sign an agreement with the lender, which states that the guarantor must pay on behalf of the actual borrower should they fail to do so. However, what happens if the guarantor cannot or

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Posted by | Category Blog | Date 31 August 2018

What is a debt relief order?

A debt relief order, also referred to as a DRO, is one way that you can manage your debts if you do not own your home, do not have a lot of spare income and your debts amount to £20,000 or less. It must be noted that some debts of debt do not count towards this limit, so you will have to do some research into with you are eligible

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Posted by | Category Uncategorized | Date 24 August 2018

Is a secured loan the right option for me?

Are you currently thinking about making an application for credit, but are unsure as to whether or not you should apply for a secured or unsecured loan? In order to help you make the right decision, we have put together a guide on everything that you need to know about secured loans so you can decide if this will be suitable in your circumstances. What is a secured loan? To

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Posted by | Category Uncategorized | Date 23 August 2018

The five most common pension scams

It is estimated that the total amount of money that ends up being lost by pensioners to scammers is increasing year on year. In fact, it has more than doubled in just a year alone, meaning that on average £23 million is lost, which per victim, amounts to an astonishing £91,000 in total. One of the worst things about this is that in the majority of cases it is is

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