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Most people these days have some form of debt, which is not a problem if you can make the repayments but it's always worth looking at reducing the interest you are paying. There aren't many people that don't have any debt at all; it is common, in our modern world, to have debt and that isn't necessarily a problem, providing you can make your regular...
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None of us want to be in a situation where we have to borrow more than we can reasonably afford to pay back and, fortunately, banks and other lenders now have stringent affordability checks to ensure we don't borrow too much. But what if you can afford to take out a small loan but can't get one from your own bank or other mainstream lenders because...
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Millionaires are often the greatest people at saving and making money which means there are certain things they love to pay for, and certain things they just hate to pay for. Here we look at 5 of the latter. Millionaires clearly have a lot of things they love to pay for, otherwise, where's the fun in being so rich? However, they also clearly have lots...
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Loan by the home is not an easy task in loan getting situation. But you can try these best Loan companies. (51% complete, at least 98 words missing)
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There is no doubt that Credit cards removed the hassle of carrying huge amount of money in the market and hence lowered the risk of losing money at gun point. But on the other hand it took away the happiness and joy from the life of many people. (91% complete, at least 17 words missing)
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Interested in person to person loans? These articles explain what a person to person loan is, how to pick a reputable website, and the basics of lending or borrowing. (52% complete, at least 95 words missing)