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Why You Should Keep Up With The Latest NewsAnd Information About
Loans And Finance In The UK

When applying for any kind of loan it is important to know the latest news and information about loans and finance in the UK as failing to do so could reduce your chances of being able to get the money you need. For example, if there was another economic collapse similar to that of 2008, it would be almost impossible to get a loan even if you had a very good credit rating. That’s because banks and mainstream lenders will be low on confidence and less willing to lend out any money. Knowing this kind of information could be difference between you getting your money and not.

Our finance articles are written to give a summary of the most recent financial news concerning finance in the UK as well as helpful articles describing the different types of loans that are on offer for you to apply for at the Easy Loans Company. All the latest news and information is listed below for your convenience so just click on any article you would like to read.

The advice and opinions expressed in the following news articles are the author’s own and do not reflect the advice or opinions of Easy Loans Company, or Nationwide Direct Financial Ltd.

Has your living wage risen?

The national ‘living wage’ has risen in London and across the rest of the UK. Employees of firms that currently offer the wage will see their wage rise to £7.65, up by 20p from £7.45. [...]

Are you in a position to borrow?

When looking for a loan, it is important to be realistic as to the reasons that you want to borrow and as to whether you are in a position to borrow in terms of paying back the loan. Applyin[...]

Discounts scrapped as energy firms find new ways to increase profits

Energy firms have now scrapped discounts for those customers who pay their bills on time. Companies such as British Gas, E.On, EDF and Scottish Power all currently give customers money off i[...]

Overdrawn Britain – 1/10 in the red

Over 4.5 million people are now in debt to their bank or their building society. With a further 11% dipping into their overdraft monthly and another ¼ every now and then, one in ten people [...]

Do Loan Companies ‘Prey’ On The Poor?

A new study carried out in the North East has found that loan companies are targeting low income households who cannot afford to repay them.   Research has been done by Durham Univers[...]

Increases in borrowing

Growing consumer confidence is creating more demand for mortgages, loans and higher spending on credit cards, a banking body has said.   The British Banking Association who represent [...]