MORTGAGE, CREDIT CARD OR CAR FINANCE PAYMENT HOLIDAY? Should I take it?
Mortgage payment, credit card & loan and even car finance deals are allowing up to 6 months of a payment holiday IF you request one due to the current economic climate.
BUT what is the aftermath on your loan or agreement, and how much will it actually cost you in the long run?
This tackle this topic in this video, and you can find the calculator I mention here: https://www.habito.com/mortgages/mortgage-holiday-calculator
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