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Time running out to get 24-month interest-free credit card
Bearing in mind that last November 16 month offers were the best you can find, it's clear that borrowers currently have an amazing range of deals to choose from.
Let's say you have £2,000 of debt to clear. With the Halifax card, and with the fee added on top, you'll only need to pay £103 a month in order to clear the debt before you'll start having to pay interest. Indeed, even with the Creation card, your monthly repayments will work out at just £121.06 a month!
If you need a little longer
But what if your debt is more significant? Or if £120 every single month is a bit beyond your budget?
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Where interest rates are going in 2015 — and what it means ...
By Jonnelle Marte By Jonnelle Marte January 5, 2015 Follow @jonnelle
Welcome to 2015. Thanks to�increased momentum in the U.S. economy, this is widely expected to be the year in which the Federal Reserve, at long last, begins to raise short-term interest rates.
At the end of 2014 the central bank ended its bond-buying program, and it has suggested�that it will begin...
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How to Improve Your Credit Rating
Written by Darren Beach on 15 September 2017
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If you've successfully paid off your debts or have recently completed a debt solution, such as an Individual Voluntary Arrangement or Debt Management Plan, then your credit rating (also referred to as a score) has perhaps taken a hit. This means you now...