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Tools and Tips

At Satsuma Loans we try to provide you with the information you need to make the right borrowing decision. We also ensure we provide you with the tools to help you manage your money well.

Whether you want to know what to consider when you’re thinking about taking out a loan or, most importantly, you want to work out whether you can afford it before you apply, our loan checklist and budgeting tools will help. We also have the information you need if you just want to understand more about loans, how they work and the jargon you may have come across; you’ll find it all here in our tools and information section. 

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Fed up of the rising cost of public transport? These tips could help you save.

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How To Keep Your Car Running At Peak Performance

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Give Your Car A New Lease Of Life

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How Driving Smart Can Save You Money

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Easy Ways To Save Money On Your Pets

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10 Amazing Pet Facts

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What To Do With Your Pets Whilst You’re On Holiday

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Representative example: £400 loan repayable over 6 months. 6 monthly payments of £126.40. Rate of interest 179% p.a. fixed. Representative 991% APR. Total amount payable is £758.40.

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