Save Money When Moving Home with our Top Tips

 
Published: 20/06/2019 and written by Johanna Bell

At Mr Lender, we offer short term loans between £200-£1,000. Moving home can be a daunting prospect – especially when it comes to finances. If you’re renting, then you have to stump up a deposit […]

Cost-Effective Ways to Entertain the Kids at Home

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Published: 24/05/2019 and written by Johanna Bell

Entertaining the kids during the weekends and holidays can be a hard task – especially if you’re stuck indoors and trying to save some cash. Our homes are filled with items that can be used […]

Need a little extra cash after Christmas? Why selling unwanted household items could be ideal for you

Need a little extra cash after Christmas?
 
Published: 21/01/2019 and written by Patrick Smith

Need a little extra cash after Christmas? Why selling unwanted household items could be ideal for you Whether it’s unwanted Christmas gifts or old devices which have been left dormant in a drawer or cupboard […]

Keep your debt in check; 6 steps to help keep on top of your money

 
Published: 02/01/2019 and written by Patrick Smith

Keep your debt in check; 6 steps to help keep on top of your money So 2019 is upon us and like the majority of people the resolution you made this time last year to […]

Payday loans – A rarity in a world of little faith?

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Published: 25/10/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

You don’t have to look online for long to find the latest article on payday loans and how they’re supposedly exploiting vulnerable borrowers with high rates of interest and unrealistic repayment terms that are almost […]

Pensions Scheme Changes Arriving in 2018 – How Are You Affected?

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Published: 21/02/2018 and written by Patrick Smith

Preparing for retirement is now more important than ever with the current uncertainty around the future of the economy. While saving into a pension pot seems to be the simplest way forward (with the introduction […]

The Suffragettes: 100 Years on since the Fight for Women’s Suffrage

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Published: 14/02/2018 and written by Leanne Sherman

2018 marks quite an historic year for the UK, as we celebrate 100 years since some women were given the right to vote. A lot has happened over the last century, and many women around […]

Mental Health at Work: How Employers Are Tackling Mental Illness

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Published: 12/01/2018 and written by Robert Rosen

Over the last few years, a lot of focus has been set on bringing mental health issues to the forefront of people’s attention. Everyone from Selena Gomez and Cara Delevingne to Princes William and Harry […]

2018: What to Expect from the Year Ahead and What Happened in 2017

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Published: 05/01/2018 and written by Leanne Sherman

2017 was the year of change, with protests and movements happening across the world. There were protests against the Trump Administration, protests against the US travel ban, the #MeToo movement which stormed social media, women […]

UK House Prices: How Does Your Home Measure Up?

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Published: 15/12/2017 and written by Natasha Krovak

With uncertainty around Brexit, the Trump administration, global warming, as well as a whole host of other issues, it’s important for us to take note of the current economic climate – both in the UK […]