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Getting Your First Car On Finance

Buying a car is a big, one-off expense. For those of us who are not lucky enough to have that kind of money lying around we initially have one choice to make first off – do we save up for it or use credit to buy it now? If you can wait, then saving up for it is by far...

Different Types of Broker Fees

Here at Talk Loans we are proud to say that we have NEVER charged and upfront fee for our services and NEVER WILL. We believe that brokers should only be paid if they work they do is successful – in other words, if they manage to get a loan for their client....

Membership Fees – The Hidden Charge

It is a sad but inescapable truth that over the last 5 years many more Brokers have switched to charging an upfront fee for their service – rather than relying on the traditional back-end commission payment from the lender. Customers presented with this option should...

How to Make Money Using Social Media

In our previous post, we explained how you can use social media to save money. Throughout this post, we’re going to discuss how you could use social media to generate income. Nowadays, there are hundreds of thousands of people making money using social media. For...

3 Great Ways Social Media to Save Money

For several years now we’ve been told that this is the ‘social age’ – the age in which our attentions turn to social media over any other technology. Many of us are already using social media for a variety purposes. For some it may be a business communications tool,...

UK Tax Changes: What Do They Mean for You?

You may have heard that big tax changes are coming in April. The chances are, at least one of the changes will affect you in one way or another. With that said, let’s take a look at the expected changes. Car Tax In a constant effort to tackle climate change, the...

5 Practical Tips to Saving Money on Nights Out

On this blog, we often talk about how you could save cash by reducing the amount you’re spending on nights out. And it’s true, partying and saving money simply do not go hand-in-hand. What we don’t recommend is completely sacrificing your social life. Whilst it may...

Give Your Finances a Spring Clean this March

It seems hard to believe that we’re already entering the third month of 2017. Christmas and the new year are now just a distant memory as many of us look forward to the summer and (hopefully) some warmer weather! Unfortunately, whilst you’re looking forward, your...

4 Simple Ways to Start Saving

Whilst savings rates may be extremely low, there are still several great reasons to start saving. Perhaps you’d like to upgrade your car, go on a cruise or simply create an emergency fund. The trouble is many of us are struggling to make ends meet, so finding cash to...

Premium Bonds: Are They Still Worthwhile?

Whilst they may not be familiar savings product to the younger generation, Premium Bonds are still the UK’s biggest savings product. More than 22 million people have money in Premium Bonds totalling over £66 Billion! There are several reasons why Premium Bonds have...

How to Beat the Rising Car Insurance Costs

Last year we saw car insurance premiums rise by a massive 14% with experts expecting a similar rise in 2017. For most people this will mean an additional £50 - £100 on top of their annual premiums. However, for young drivers this increase could be significantly higher...

Last-Minute Budget Valentine’s Day Gifts

With Valentine’s day just around the corner, you’re probably thinking about buying your loved one a last minute token of your appreciation. But with many still feeling the financial effects of the festive period, budgets are stretched. This doesn’t mean to say you...

Should I Worry About Saving Money in 2017?

Given the economic uncertainty surrounding the UK going into 2017, many are questioning where their financial priorities should lie. Should we be focused on saving our cash? Historically, this would be a simple question to answer. Of course you’d focus on saving...

5 High Street Retailers Where You Can Haggle a Discount

Us Brit’s aren’t exactly known for our ability to haggle. In fact, there are many of us who’d rather just pay the full price than get into a negotiation with a salesperson! Maybe it’s because we consider it to be impolite, maybe it’s because we see the ticket price as...

Planning Ahead: The Ultimate Key to Saving Money?

Often in life we get caught out due to poor planning. We pay more for flights because we book our summer holidays last minute, or we pay through the nose for lunch every day because we fail to prepare our meals. Yes, it can be refreshing to live with spontaneity at...

Short Term Loans vs. Overdrafts

Short term loans have received a lot of bad press in the past. Whether it’s due to their interest rates, approval rates of debt collection tactics – you’d be hard pushed to find a month in which short term loans weren’t in the headlines. One thing that rarely makes...


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