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Benefits of becoming a Tower Street Finance partner

  • Post published:11th March 2021

Tower Street Finance currently has two products, Inheritance Advance which allows beneficiaries to get access to an inheritance sooner, and IHT Loan which helps executor clients unlock estates by paying…

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Brits are banking on an inheritance

  • Post published:3rd March 2021

Nine out of ten (90 per cent) Brits are banking on receiving an inheritance from loved ones to pay off debts and afford retirement, according to the latest research from…

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Ten months of solving customer problems

  • Post published:26th February 2021

It’s just ten months since Tower Street Finance received authorisation from the FCA for its first product, Inheritance Advance. Then hot on its heels Inheritance Tax Loan launched in November.…

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Q&A with Alex Ewen, Bridging.com

  • Post published:23rd February 2021

Why did you choose Tower Street Finance as your first strategic partner for probate lending? We are always looking to work with the most innovative lenders in every specialist area…

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Life on the frontline with Rebecca Scherman…

  • Post published:18th February 2021

The pandemic has turned everyone’s world upside down but for Tower Street Finance’s operations manager Rebecca, it’s a Scherman Tank (a St. Bernard puppy named Tank), who is making life…

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Tower Street Finance pledges £10k to Cruse

  • Post published:14th February 2021

Inheritance lending specialist Tower Street Finance has pledged to raise £10,000 for Cruse Bereavement Care as its official charity partner during 2021.  Fundraising activities by the Harrogate-based Tower Street Finance team include potential marathon running and a…

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