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How to plan ahead and reduce the cost of Christmas

Christmas is an expensive time of year, but it really shouldn’t leave you in the red. By planning ahead and setting some ground rules, you won’t have to start 2019 struggling to make ends meet. So with eight weeks to go until the big day – we know, we know, it’s only October. Should we […]

Everyday Loans Awarded Feefo Gold Trusted Service Award 2018

February 2018, Everyday Loans has won the Feefo Gold Service award, an independent seal of excellence that recognises businesses for delivering exceptional experiences, as rated by real customers. Created by Feefo, Trusted Service is awarded only to those businesses that use Feefo to collect genuine ratings and reviews. Those that meet the high standard, based […]

Unemployment drops below two million

Unemployment in the UK dropped below two million in the three months to the end of August – for the first time in five years. According to data from the Office for National Statistics the number of unemployed people dropped by 154,000 to its lowest level since 2008. The unemployment rate fell by 6% while […]

How being near top schools impacts house prices

The cost of a university education has already increased, but now it seems so too has the cost of regular education in the UK. That’s because house prices near to the best performing state schools are now costing a premium, according to Lloyds Banking Group. They report that anyone wanting to live next to the […]

Financial difficulties meaning parents skip meals

More than one in ten parents has admitted they have skipped a meal in order to save money to cover housing costs, according to a new survey from YouGov. The poll of working families revealed that housing costs are a major concern, given the higher proportion of wages that are required to cover housing costs. […]

Improving a bad credit rating – what you can do?

Finding additional funds to cover bills and living costs can be difficult in instances where applicants have bad credit. Taking measures to improve a credit score can help the situation, as it showcases an ability to manage money effectively. In order to make a difference, an understanding of how credit ratings work is required, so […]

Pensioners offered state pension top-ups

After the recent announcement of a new ‘state pension top-up’ scheme, many are in a predicament when it comes to taking part or not. It is now possible for pensioners to top up their state pension, which could mean receiving an extra £25 per week. This particular offer will be available to anyone who reaches […]