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Money Tips: How to Save at Christmas

Christmas comes round at the same time every year, but most of us will have given little serious thought to it until December comes around.

Those last-minute gifts and preparations can lead us to spend more than we mean to and probably more than we can really afford.

Here are our top tips for making the festive season something to look forward to rather than to worry about.

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Money Tips: Have a Spooktacular Halloween on a Budget

Look in any supermarket in October and you’ll find an ever-increasing range of Halloween products on sale. While you’ll want to do justice to this fun festival of spooks and scares for you, your children, or perhaps both, there’s no need for your Halloween festivities to break the bank. There are plenty of cheap shortcuts to help you throw a fabulous scaretastic party. MYJAR have put together these top Halloween tips!

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Read about working at MYJAR, the team and our commitment to be a great place to build your career at.

If you’re looking for a career in a responsible, innovative and fun company, then get in touch! Have a look at the available positions and apply. Or send us your CV directly and we’ll be in touch! 



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MYJAR Explains: How Instalment Loans are a Good Alternative to a Traditional Payday Loan

Historically people have used traditional payday loans to cover small cash needs while waiting for their pay to come in. The payday lenders are moving towards offering longer-term loans, typically up to 12 months, which are repaid in monthly instalments. We examine whether instalment loans are an alternative to payday loans.

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MYJAR Explains: How Payday Loans Have Changed

It is almost unimaginable that any adult in the UK today will not have heard of payday loans. Read our guide to how Payday loans have changed with since the introduction of new rules by the FCA.

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Warning: Late repayment can cause you serious money problems. For help, go to moneyadviceservice.org.uk