Money Comparison

Mortgages

A home is one of the largest purchases you’re likely to make, and it can often represent a significant portion of a person’s overall assets. Mortgages, or “home loans”, are used to finance the purchase of a home, or to refinance a prior mortgage. Mortgages are usually paid back over a period of 20 to 40 years along with incurred interest. Interest rates can be fixed at the time of the loan, or be variable and move up and down over the life of the loan.
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International Money Transfer

There are many reasons why you might need to transfer money overseas – from sending money to family or investing abroad. It’s important to pay attention to exchange rates because if you’re dealing with large sums of money, even the smallest change can have an impact.
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Travel Money

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Credit Cards

Credit cards enable you to access a convenient line of credit. Visa and Mastercard are the largest card types in the UK and have a range of offerings with different focuses, such as rewards points, balance transfers or lower interest rates. When applying for a credit card, your credit history (typically in the form of your credit score) will be taken into account.
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Bank Accounts

Savings accounts, at its most basic, comes in three forms: high interest savings accounts, transaction accounts, and term deposits. Please note that if you’re a business, banks tend to have a separate range of products suitable for a business environment.
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