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Payday lender Wonga is planning on going into administration. But what does this mean for you?
Payday lender Wonga has gone into administration. But what does this mean for you?
Payday loans are an expensive way to borrow, particularly if you can’t repay them on time. Learn more about the pitfalls and alternatives.
Payday loans seem an easy solution when money’s short, but often lead to serious debt. Use our online tool to find a cheaper, less risky alternative
Logbook loans involve borrowing money using your car as security. Read our guide to find out how they work, eligibility and how to apply.
From student loans to tuition fees, find out the costs of further education and the options for paying them
Peer to peer loans are a relatively new way of borrowing money but they might be cheaper than banks or building societies
Learn about how personal loans work, better alternatives to payday loans, and help when borrowing from a credit union.
Fixed interest securities are loans to government or to companies – they might offer a relatively safe way to get a regular income, if held to maturity.
From credit cards to loans, our guide looks at the wide-range of borrowing products available to those aged 18 and over.
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