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Second charge secured loans by Wise Money

The improving economic climate and general house price increases have led to an increase in of second charge secured loans following their virtual disappearance after the financial crisis of 2008. The changing face of second charge secured loans Trad...
by Wise Money on May 12, 2016

Bridging finance- great interest rates available

Wise Money is pleased to be offering competitive bridging finance at only 0.6% interest rates per month. Wise Money is part of a select group who have access to a Bridge that offers a monthly rate of 0.60%. There is a substantial but limited “test...
by Wise Money on Apr 29, 2016

Buy To Let Mortgages for the retired

Buy To Let (BTL) mortgages for the retired and retirees. If you would like to purchase BTL properties but are struggling to find finance, Wise Money has access to products for applicants up to the age of 80 with a maximum term of up to 30 years (this...
by Wise Money on Apr 14, 2016

New car sales greater than expected

The new car sales figures surprised with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders announcing a huge number of cars had been sold in March- the highest numbers since 1999. Although March is notorious for its strong numbers, the amount which were...
by Wise Money on Apr 7, 2016

Central Banks keep interest rates on hold as global risks mount

US stock markets have rallied after a pickup in commodity prices as the US Dollar lost ground after the statement by the Federal Reserve. The Fed has left its benchmark interest rate unchanged even though the US economy is growing steadily but the Ce...
by Wise Money on Mar 18, 2016

Sterling remains flat as Osborne delivered Budget 2016

It was a big day for the UK yesterday as George Osborne released the Government’s budget for 2016. In a coup for small businesses, middle class workers, savers and energy companies, Mr Osborne’s tax cuts have been widely criticised as an atte...
by Wise Money on Mar 17, 2016

How to shake off the Blue Monday Financial Blues

Got the Blue Monday Blues? It’s dark, it’s cold outside and uh oh, the Christmas credit card bill came in. Makes you want to curl up into a ball and whimper, am I right? All those reasons could make anyone depressed and want to hide. Think you’...
by Budget Bloggess on Jan 18, 2016

Finally The Best Way To Get Out Of Debt For Free

OK, so you are in debt. Don't panic...act.Is there help for debt consolidation? Sure, there is; and the help is available for free.If you are in debt and need help you should never EVER pay any kind of debt management company. If you are in the...
by Smarter Incomes on Jan 9, 2016

How To Save Cash On Everyday Things To Pay Off Debt or Use In Your New Internet Venture!

One thing that has been said to me over the years by people who want to start their own business or indeed an internet based work from home venture is: "I can't afford it"Well, what would you say if I told you there is a way to do it that you could i...
by Home Based Entrepreneur on Jan 5, 2016

Buy To Let loans for landlords

Cheap Buy To Let (BTL) second charge loans for landlords Are you looking for a buy to let mortgage? If you are planning to buy a property to rent out you will need a buy-to-let mortgage. As many existing landlords already know, this market has shrunk...
by Wise Money on Dec 4, 2015

Buy To Let loans for landlords

Cheap Buy To Let (BTL) second charge loans for landlords Are you looking for a buy to let mortgage? If you are planning to buy a property to rent out you will need a buy-to-let mortgage. As many existing landlords already know, this market has shrunk...
by Wise Money on Dec 4, 2015

Have Loads of Debt from Online Shopping? A Loan May Help

You shop online, pay by credit card and the next thing you know, a large credit card bill shows up in the mail. Almost immediately, you’re stressed out wondering how you’re going to pay the bill in full – or worse – keep up with the 19.99% in...
by Budget Bloggess on Nov 23, 2015

4 Simple Strategies for Reducing Debt

The post 4 Simple Strategies for Reducing Debt appeared first on Club Thrifty. We know what the weight of debt feels like...and it is heavy. Here are 4 simple strategies for reducing debt and getting your finances on track today! The post 4 Simple St...
by Club Thrifty on Nov 13, 2015

British academic Angus Deaton awarded Nobel economics prize

British academic Angus Deaton has been awarded the Nobel economics prize for 2015 for his analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare. The 69 year old professor of economics and international affairs at Princeton University was previously at Cambri...
by Wise Money on Oct 12, 2015

PPI payout deadline finally considered by regulator

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is finally considering a deadline for claims over mis-sold payment protection insurance (PPI). The FCA anticipates that PPI customers would still though have at least until 2018 to claim compensation. So far more...
by Wise Money on Oct 3, 2015

Can you stop the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle? The YNAB Rule 4 Experiment

It’s scary to contemplate that for almost 16 years I’ve lived paycheck-to-paycheck. With each new job, every new salary bump, lifestyle inflation crept in. Before you blink, you’ve bought a house with zero down, bought your first new car in yea...
by Budget Bloggess on Aug 31, 2015

UK government borrowing falls in June after record tax haul

UK government borrowing fell to £9.4 billion in June, down £0.8 billion from a year earlier- as income and corporation tax receipts rose to record levels. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said income tax receipts rose to £11.5 billion, whi...
by Wise Money on Jul 21, 2015

7 Realizations That Will Help You Get Out of Debt

The post 7 Realizations That Will Help You Get Out of Debt appeared first on Club Thrifty. I’ve been in debt. You’ve been in debt. We’ve all been in debt. The thing is, some of us manage to get out of debt, eventually. And most of t...
by Club Thrifty on Jul 8, 2015

UK government borrowing deficit falls in May

UK government borrowing debt fell to £10.13 billion in May, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said, down from £12.35 billion a year earlier. A rise in income tax and VAT receipts helped to cut UK government borrowing in May, official figures...
by Wise Money on Jun 19, 2015

UK trade deficit drops to £1.2 billion in April

The UK trade deficit dropped to £1.2 billion in April from £3.1 billion in March according to the Office for National Statistics. An £8.6 billion deficit on goods was partially offset by an estimated surplus of £7.4 billion on services the ONS sa...
by Wise Money on Jun 9, 2015


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