Personal Finance

Borrowing to Invest

Borrowing to invest is also known as 'gearing' and can be risky. Gearing can increase your returns when markets rise, but losses can be devastating when markets fall. Let’s understand the pros and cons of...

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Debt Consolidation

If you struggle to manage your debts, paying someone to roll them all into one consolidated loan may sound like a good idea. Here are the things to check before consolidating or refinancing your debts...

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Switching Home Loan

Switching a home loan could potentially save you a significant amount of money in interest or let you take advantage of features offered by another loan provider. So do your maths and determine if switching...

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Interest Free Deals

Many stores offer interest-free deals that let you take goods home before you pay for them. But interest-free doesn't mean cost-free - there are charges you should know about. How do interest-free deals work? There...

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Credit Card

A credit card is a convenient and innovative way of paying for things with borrowed money. The most common uses of a credit card would involve using it at a petrol pump or a shopping...

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Gold is one of the most non-destructive, brilliant, and beautiful metals. This unique set of qualities has made it a coveted object in almost every civilization for most of human history, and there have been...

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Line of Credit

A line of credit is a type of loan which provides the business or an individual with a set amount of money for a specific period. It offers more flexibility than a traditional loan. The...

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Buy Now, Pay Later

Buy now, pay later (BNPL) services allow customers to purchase in installments, sometimes without paying anything upfront. BNPL options are called "instant financing" or "interest-free installments." Like any form of credit, BNPL could be a...

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An overdraft lets you borrow money through your saving or current account by taking out more money than you have in the account. In other words, you go "overdrawn." There's usually a charge for this....

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