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New to borrowing? Find out everything you need to know about getting credit for the first time - including how to apply, eligibility and how much you could get.
Logbook loans involve borrowing money using your car as security. Read our guide to find out how they work, eligibility and how to apply.
If you’re thinking of borrowing money, know how to avoid dangerous bad debts
An overdraft is a short-term borrowing facility. Use our guide to find out how they work and make sure you don’t go over your limit.
Planning a big purchase or need some extra cash? Borrowing might seem like the obvious solution but there could be a better option
Peer to peer loans are a relatively new way of borrowing money but they might be cheaper than banks or building societies
How mortgage holidays work, the impact on your overall cost of borrowing and the effect on your credit file
Read our guide to learn how to work out true cost of borrowing and repaying the debt, before you make a final decision.
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