Low Doc Loans: When They Are The Right Choice

Lenders typically require that a borrower provide specific documents to prove income during the loan process. Generally, these documents will include tax returns, recent pay stubs and bank statements to name a few. However, in the event that you are taking out a business loan or you are self-employed, providing these documents may prove to ... Read More »

February 26, 2012 ·



How to Save Money on College Expenses

The price of college tuition keeps going up. Year after year it continues to rise. But tuition rates aren’t the only thing that costs more. Books, lodging, meals–it seems like everything associated with getting a higher education continues to increase. Don’t lose heart. If you’re careful and watch your spending, you may be able to ... Read More »

September 14, 2011 ·

Money Saving


Looking for finance to purchase your car?

If you’re looking for finance to purchase a car or van for personal use or for your business, there are many options to look at when it comes to funding the transaction. These can vary greatly depending on whether you are seeking personal or business finance but what are your options here and what are ... Read More »

September 7, 2011 ·



Five Fantastic Finance Apps

With the invention of the iphone and Android phones new fantastic applications are being invented everyday that will revolutionise your life. Here are a few finance apps that will make your life a little easier and that you will soon wonder how you lived without…. 1.  The Natwest Money Manager: This is a free application ... Read More »

April 12, 2011 ·

Money Saving


Let’s Do Some Home Budgeting

The ‘credit crunch’, ‘recession’, ‘banking crisis’ are all words we hear from the media outlets daily, tax rises along with public sector cuts are bringing the country to its knees. How Can we Reduce Household Costs? There are a number of ways in which the typical household can reduce costs in these difficult times and ... Read More »

April 6, 2011 ·

Money Saving