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Student loan repayment: should I pay back early? - MSE

Who has them? Everyone who started higher education between 1998 and 2011, and Scottish and Northern Irish students starting after 2012.

Loan type: 'Income-contingent' loans

Current interest rate: 1.25%

The interest rate for the year starting 1 September 2016 is 1.25%. It's usually based on March's inflation rate (Retail Prices Index, or RPI measure) with one exception - if the UK base...

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Who's this guide for? Anyone who is financially disciplined and looking to borrow small amounts.

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The seven golden rules

The cheapest credit cards can substantially undercut the cheapest loan rates for certain amounts. And they allow totally...

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Loans eligibility calculator - MoneySavingExpert

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Good news! Unlike applying, which usually leaves a hard search on your credit file and can hurt your future credit worthiness, our eligibility calculator uses a soft search. We use this to find out how likely you are to be accepted. You see the soft search on your credit file, but lenders don't, so it has no credit impact. Use this calculator to home in on the loan...

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Savings accounts: 5% easy access or up to 2.05% fixed

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11 need-to-knows before you pick a savings account

A savings account is just a place to dunk cash to earn interest and save for the future. But don't just go for the headline screaming the...

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Student Loan Calculator -

You haven't selected any loan - so there is nothing to repay.

How much will you repay?



Converted to today's money

Remember, this is based on your salary increasing to £{[fts.salary | number:0]} by the time your debts clear (in {[fts.yearsToRepay]} years).

You won't repay anything before the 30 years when the debt wipes.

Try increasing starting salary to see when you'd start repaying.


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Green Deal: extra energy savings - MoneySavingExpert

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The plug has been pulled on Green Deal funding and you can no longer apply for loans

On 23 July 2015 the Government announced it has stopped funding the Green Deal. Here are the key changes to the scheme:

The Green Deal Finance Company, which administers the scheme, is not accepting any new loan applications.

Existing Green Deal loans are NOT affected and...

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House auctions: buying repossessed properties - MSE

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It's possible to pick up repossessed or distressed properties at up to 30% off the market price. If you're willing to put the work in these can represent some of the best buys available.

This quick guide runs through how it works, how to find bargain properties, using the top auction houses and more.

Buying repossessions - essential info

Buying a repossed or distressed property...

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