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Iceland now offers interest-free loans if you're struggling with the cost of living - but be careful as they will impact your credit score

Iceland has begun offering interest-free loans of up to £100 to those struggling with the cost of living, with the money to be used on your Iceland shop. But - as with any borrowing for everyday living expenses - be careful as you may get stuck in a cycle of debt.

19 August 2022

New Government-backed interest-free loan scheme to be rolled out across the UK from September – here’s how it works

Vulnerable people who have been rejected from borrowing will apply to apply for a one-off no interest loan scheme (NILs) from September. The scheme aims to reach 20,000 struggling to pay off debt, with them being able to borrow anything from £100 to £2,000 – here’s how it’ll work.

23 June 2022

Provident to wipe loans for tens of thousands of borrowers - what it means for you

Tens of thousands of borrowers with high interest loans are set to see their remaining debts cleared as doorstep lender Provident and short-term lender Satsuma officially shut shop and stop collecting payments.

15 February 2022

Buy now, pay later shoppers could be due a refund if they were charged a late payment fee, under new FCA proposals

Shoppers using certain buy now, pay later services may be due refunds after wrongly being charged late payment fees.

14 February 2022