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Financial Mindset

5 Ways to Deal with Financial Stress

by Mike on June 23, 2017

5 Ways to Deal with Financial Stress

Too much debt, not enough money, kids, marriage and the list can go on. There are a lot of reasons that you may be feeling some financial stress, especially with the current economic climate being like it is. Financial worry is one of the largest stressors on relationships, and when you are stressed out it […]

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Are You Financially Fit To Start A Family?

For many prospective parents, this is one of the biggest questions that they ask themselves before starting a family. Why? Well, because children cost money when they are babies, toddlers, teenagers and even as adults, and this can really affect the parent’s financial stability for the rest of their lives. That means becoming a parent […]

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Don't Put Your Money On the Line - Protect Your Finances on the Internet

Spending money online is pretty standard these days. In fact, it’s pretty annoying if you’re asked to pay for something over the phone or by sending a check, with no option to pay online. Many of us manage our banking online, pay our bills and shop for everyday purchases, from clothes to groceries. Even if […]

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This Is How You Find the Best Employees

by Mike on June 9, 2017

This Is How You Find the Best Employees

Business owners sometimes get a little sure of themselves. When there’s a job vacancy at their company, they tend to assume that it won’t be that difficult to fill. This is partly because they know that there are loads of people out there looking for work; they seem to picture lines of people at their […]

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How To Manage Your Money Wisely

by Mike on June 4, 2017

How To Manage Your Money Wisely

Learning how to manage your money is a skill that people develop over time – often after a few hiccups along the way! Here are a few tips that will probably help you learn to manage your cash more wisely… Keep Budgeting Carefully First of all, budgeting is the number one way to keep track […]

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Are You Cut Out For Business?

by Mike on May 21, 2017

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You’ve got a million dollar idea. There’s no way that you couldn’t make it big in the business world with your foolproof product. All you need is the idea and everything else will work itself out, right? This is a trap that a lot of people fall into. They think that just because they have […]

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The 3 Money Habits That Will Always Set You Straight

Money is one of those things that can be a real strain for a lot of people. Either having too little or too much of it can often cause problems in people’s lives, and it is difficult for many to find the right balance. However, if you are thinking of trying to improve your relation […]

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Make Your Own Financial Luck

by Mike on April 28, 2017

Make Your Own Financial Luck

Let’s be honest; when it comes to money, luck has a lot to do with it. If you’re lucky enough to be born rich you can rest assured it will be easy for you to stay that way so long as you don’t cause some major catastrophe. But many people believe in the power of […]

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Your Flexible Credit Friend

by Mike on April 25, 2017

Your Flexible Credit Friend

Credit cards get a bad rap but is having a credit card always a bad idea or can using credit make your money work for better for you? If you have never had a credit card then you might think you have dodged a bullet but credit can be a really sensible option for large […]

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Don't Give Your Money to the Bank, Consider These Options Instead

Interest rates continue to change over the years, but regardless of if they rise or fall it’s still pretty low and you’ll need an incredible amount of money in order to see noticeable changes to your balance. Most of us store our savings in a bank account. It’s the go-to location to keep our cash, […]

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Bouncing Back From Financial Setbacks

by Mike on April 21, 2017

Bouncing Back From Financial Setbacks

From minor setbacks to full-blown disasters, knowing how to bounce back from financial hardship is absolutely essential to protecting and controlling your personal finances. Losses, particularly financial ones, are an inconvenient fact of life, but reacting to them in a smart and proactive way can make all the difference to their overall impact. If life’s […]

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Out Of Work? Follow This Advice

by Mike on April 19, 2017

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If you are in a position where you have found yourself out of work for a time, then you might be worrying about what you will do to make ends meet. Being out of work can be a true disaster, but as long as you bear in mind some essential things you should find that […]

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Perhaps one of the biggest factors that goes into purchasing a home is the square footage. Most prospective buyers often aim to find the biggest home possible at the budget that they can afford. Some buyers get carried away with visions of sprawling out in a luxuriously large home, but don’t consider the underlying costs […]

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Common Tax Myths Busted!

by Mike on March 23, 2017

Common Tax Myths Busted!

Everyone pays income tax, and it’s never fun seeing your money go out of your account for nothing. Employed people get their earnings taxed for them already, while self-employed people have to file tax returns. This piece is all about tax myths you might hear when filing a tax return. You Need An Accountant To […]

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It's Easier Than You Think To Bounce Back From A Setback

Full-blown financial emergencies, as well as minor setbacks, are all a part of life. At some point, practically everybody you know will have been through a similar experience where they were running on empty, often through no fault of their own. Financial hardships will happen. But what makes the difference between a successful recovery and […]

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Financial Philosophies For Future Freedom

by Mike on February 20, 2017

Financial Philosophies For Future Freedom

They say money isn’t the most important thing in this world. However, there’s no denying that financial freedom is a goal shared by virtually everyone on this planet. Conversely, struggling this aspect of life is one of the most common fears in modern society. Financial freedom isn’t determined by achieving a set amount of money, […]

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Financial Steps Everyone Should Take In Life

by Mike on February 4, 2017

Financial Steps Everyone Should Take In Life

Today’s piece will touch upon a few financial things everyone should do in their life. Have a read of the points below to find out more: Invest Your Money At some point, you should seriously consider investing some of your money. The great thing is, there are loads of ways you can actively and passively […]

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Buy Or Rent? Let's Answer This Question Once And For All

A lot of people wonder whether it’s better to buy or rent a property. They often ask whether the answer is different depending on if you are thinking about the short or long term. For instance, it might be better to have a home in a long term because then you have a sum of […]

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Each Business Deal Could Take You From Riches To Rags

One business deal could change the entire future of your company. It might seem like an exaggeration, but we promise, it isn’t. This is absolutely true, and that’s why a lot of work goes into hooking that big fish and reeling it in. You see this all the time in the business world. Owners do […]

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The Habits That Lead To Financial Success

by Mike on October 27, 2016

The Habits That Lead To Financial Success

Everyone wants to experience some kind of financial success, even if it is only minimal. The truth is, it can be difficult to get to a place of financial stability for anyone. However, there are some basic rules that can be followed to ensure that you are more likely to enjoy financial success. If you […]

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