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Lending Works takes glory at Moneywise CS Awards…AGAIN!

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Lending Works’ love affair with the Moneywise Customer Service Awards continued on Thursday evening, as we once again saw off some strong competition to scoop the ‘Best Peer-to-Peer Platform for Savers’ award for 2017

By Michael Todt
23 June 2017
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The impending boost of a BOE rates increase

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Something is brewing at the Bank of England, and, more specifically, within its Monetary Policy Committee (MPC). After seven years of voting unanimously (bar a brief disagreement in 2011) to keep base rates on the floor, the MPC agreed to cut these to a new record low of 0.25 per cent last August.

By Michael Todt
21 June 2017
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What does the election result mean for the UK economy?

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Although the polls had narrowed significantly in the build-up to Election Day on Thursday 8th June, many were in shock when exit poll results that evening suggested a hung parliament was on the cards.

By Michael Todt
14 June 2017
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The UK pensions gap and you

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Most people thought that Brexit would have dominated the 2017 General Election (GE) agenda for the leading parties, but many other issues bubbled to the surface.

By Michael Todt
7 June 2017
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The power of bank switching

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The coalition government may not have appeased everyone, but one measure that was introduced under its stewardship which few could argue with was the Current Account Switch Service.

By Michael Todt
31 May 2017
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Can P2P lending bridge the investment gender gap?

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There are a number of discrepancies between the two sexes within personal finance in the UK, but one which has been identified as particularly disconcerting of late is the gender gap with respect to investing.

By Michael Todt
25 May 2017
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Are PCPs an optimal form of consumer car finance?

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The growth of the British economy has defied expectations over the past year, and the motor vehicle industry epitomises this level of performance more than most.

By Michael Todt
18 May 2017
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Our view of the property market

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One of the points raised by the Remain camp during the EU referendum debate last year was that Brexit risked sending the property market into a spiral.

By Michael Todt
11 May 2017
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The future of UK fintech looks bright

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With hostilities surrounding the Brexit negotiations commencing in earnest this week, Europe and the United Kingdom, at least politically, seem to be worlds apart.

By Michael Todt
4 May 2017
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Could a UK recession be on its way?

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“No more boom and bust!” was the repeated battle cry of then-Chancellor Gordon Brown, as Labour swept into power in 1997. It turned out to be a questionable statement on numerous levels

By Michael Todt
27 April 2017