Advice on how to save big on your wedding day

Published: 22/02/2016 and written by Robert Rosen

Congratulations if you are reading this and are one of the lucky people planning a wedding this year. If you’re the bride-to-be, without squashing the dreams of the little girl inside you, try to remember […]

Top Ten Tips to cut your monthly living expenses

Published: 01/12/2015 and written by Robyn

Does it seem that every month, not long after payday and as soon as your bills have been paid, you find yourself short of money? From mobile phone bills to energy providers, they are a […]

Free apps that help you manage your money

Published: 11/08/2015 and written by Leanne Sherman

Have you ever checked your bank balance and been left surprised by how little is in there, with no idea where it all went?  It’s very easy to spend money nowadays without any effort; with mobile […]

Debt: a problem that can be solved

Published: 13/05/2015 and written by Natasha Krovak

The link between debt and stress is well established, and with good reason.  When faced with the realisation that you owe money but have no idea how to pay it back, the difficult prospect of having […]

Get efficient about your energy savings

Published: 22/04/2015 and written by Robyn

Let’s face it, the statement “be more efficient and save money on your energy bills” has become a bit of an overused phrase in recent years.  We all know it to be true, yet so few […]

Could the ‘Right to Buy’ be right for you?

Published: 14/04/2015 and written by Emily Rose

Mr Lender, a short term finance company who provide quick loans from a direct lender, looks at whether the “Right to Buy Scheme” is right for you. The General Election campaigns for 2015 are in full […]

The balancing act of being frugal as a single parent

Published: 20/03/2015 and written by Natasha Krovak

In today’s busy society, getting the balance right between family life, work and your finances is a bit of a fine art. For some it can seem an eternal juggling act, and for many its a […]

Have you got it covered?

Published: 17/02/2015 and written by Leanne Sherman

The UK is a gadget nation whose obsession has led to these gadgets playing an essential role in our everyday lives. From laptops, e-readers and tablets, to smartphones, cameras and wearable devices, the advancement of mobile technology means […]

Dine out without the big payout

Dine out without the big payout this Valentine's Day
Published: 11/02/2015 and written by Patrick Smith

With the most romantic day of the year fast approaching, Mr Lender continues the mini-guide to Valentine’s Day by looking at the big event of dining out. With Valentine’s Day takings expected to exceed £1 billion this year, […]

Stamp duty joy for thousands

Stamp duty joy for thousands
Published: 04/12/2014 and written by Patrick Smith

Yesterday, Chancellor George Osborne gave his Autumn Statement to Parliament; the final one before the next General Election. The big bonus from a consumer’s perspective was the announced changes to stamp duty which came into effect […]