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Student Finance Myth Buster #4

Will student debt affect your credit score? Credit score can affect everything from phone contracts to which mortgages you can get when you look to buy a house. Credit score is built based on your spending, loaning and repayment history. So you may be worried that student loan debt will negatively affect your credit score…

Financial Report 05/12/20

Europe’s financial sector has reached “peak uncertainty” with just 28 days left until the UK leaves the single market at the end of the Brexit transition period. Both sides have held their ground on core issues and financial services have been left outside of the scope of Brexit talks…

Student Finance Myth Buster #3

Last time we looked at a new way of thinking about a student loan and how we pay it back and whilst 94% of eligible students took a loan in the 2017/18 academic year, are there other ways in which you could be financially supported during your further education?

Financial Report 21/11/20

UK unemployment hit 4.8% in the three months leading up to September as reduced hiring and numerous redundancies took their effect. Redundancies climbed to a record high of 314,000 between July and September which is an increase of 195,000 from last year…

Student Finance Myth Buster #2

This week we are exploring how the repayment of student loans actually works and looking at it in a slightly different way, by referring to it as ‘education tax’…

Financial Report 24/10/20

Government 3 year spending plan abandoned. The government had intended to set out its departmental spending plans for the next 3 years however, Rishi Sunak…

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