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Personal Finance

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You work hard for a living. Chances are, you always have. But there’s always someone out there trying to get the better of you for the sake of their own profit. It’s so important that you know your rights when it comes to finances. Otherwise, people will try to exploit you and you will end […]

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Investments To Benefit You Now Or In Retirement

Do you ever wonder what the right thing to do is? Should you be making sure that you’re enjoying your money while you’re young, or should you live frugally now for financial security later? There is a wide range of things you could be doing with your money that may make a difference to your […]

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Reading The Signs That You May Not Be Ready To Buy A House

Right now, all across America, there are people noticing that cultural shifts have changed the real estate market in a way that no other century has seen before. Fewer and fewer people are getting married, and ownership of homes is a declining sub-culture. Buying a home for the young is seen as having a too […]

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Why Health Is Wealth

by Mike on June 8, 2017

Why Health Is Wealth

Money cannot buy you health or happiness, but being healthy can actually save you money according to many studies. The connection between health and wealth means that people with better health are generally wealthier. Interestingly people with lower incomes have poorer health which makes this relationship between health and wealth a little bit like the […]

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How to Boost Your Credit Score

by Mike on June 3, 2017

How to Boost Your Credit Score

Money makes the world go ‘round. And, in order to get access to money for most of the big purchases in life, like a house or a car, you need to appear financially sound. Lenders won’t take a risk on you if you have bad credit or you’re in arrears for past loans. Making sure […]

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Work Woes: How Do You Cope When You Lose Your Job?

Our jobs are so much more than just work. They’re how we fund our lifestyle, our security, and even our identity. There’s a reason one of the very first questions people ask when they meet is ‘what do you do for a living?’ So when you find yourself out of work, there are a huge […]

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Financial Talk: To Car Or Not To Car?

by Mike on May 11, 2017

Financial Talk: To Car Or Not To Car?

It’s always a tough one when deciding whether your household needs a new car. After all, while a new set of wheels can help you to get from A to B, it can also leave you in a lot of financial woe. After all, everything from the cost of the car to the petrol and […]

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Get The Compensation You Deserve

by Mike on May 9, 2017

Get The Compensation You Deserve

Let’s get something straight right from the off; you are the victim here. Whatever it was that happened, whatever it was that brought about the injury claim, you are the victim of negligence or someone else’s error, so why shouldn’t you seek the most amount compensation you can? Put it this way, you’d be foolish […]

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The Dilemma Of Borrowing Money: It's Not All Bad

Borrowing money has a bad reputation at the best of time. For most people, borrowing may be the most direct way to create debts, especially if you are not well informed about financial matters. In truth, while there are a lot of shark loans and negative aspects to borrowing an amount of money, there is […]

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Borrowing Money: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Loans have somewhat of a bad reputation, don’t they? There’s a common misconception that from the moment you sign on the dotted line for a credit card or a loan, the company you’re borrowing money from has you in their grasp. But the fact is that isn’t the case; loans aren’t necessarily a bad thing, […]

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Having Your Cake And Eating It: A Guide To Being Financially Sensible In Your 20s

When you are in your 20s, life isn’t about “preparation” or “planning” or anything that involves looking beyond the next couple of years of your life. As long as you have an expendable income and have the means necessary to enjoy yourself, that is all what most of us require. But you may hit the […]

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Fantastic Plastic: The Benefits Of Credit Cards

Credit cards have a bit of a bad reputation. They are associated with large amounts of debt, so people tend to shy away from them. Although some people do get themselves into trouble with their credit cards, that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t consider getting one at all. If you don’t use them wisely, you […]

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Get a Thumbs Up from the Bank

by Mike on April 25, 2017

Get a Thumbs Up from the Bank

No matter how good you are at managing your money, there may come a time when you need to approach the bank for a loan. This could be to buy property, purchase a car or consolidate existing debts. Whatever your reasons for needing a loan, they are undoubtedly important, and that is why you need […]

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How To Work Around Your Disability

by Mike on April 23, 2017

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Unfortunately, the business world is not always kind or fair to those who have disabilities. In this world there are some people who seem to get things a lot more easily than others, and in whom mediocrity is much more easily accepted – able bodied white heterosexual men seem to be able to soar effortlessly […]

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Post image for Guarantee Financial Security For Your Family With This Handy Guide

While not many of us would complain if we woke up one morning, rich beyond our wildest dreams, most of us fantasise about something much more sedate. Many of us just dream of no more financial stress. We dream of securing our family’s wealth so that they, and we, may be comfortable, not rich. Financial […]

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How To Protect Your Personal Finances

by Mike on April 8, 2017

How To Protect Your Personal Finances

Keeping your personal finances under control can sometimes be tricky because they are affected so often by outside forces. One of the most obvious is the state of the economy. It may be that you have been working hard for your entire adult life, making responsible decisions and investing your money sensibly in something like […]

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You're Not Alone in the World of Adulthood

Being an adult and dealing with all the problems it throws at you every day is not something you signed up for when you grew up, right? You probably remember as a child sometimes feeling as if you couldn’t wait to blessed with the freedom of adulthood, but have since realised that you’d give almost […]

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Considering A Mortgage? Read This First!

by Mike on March 17, 2017

Considering A Mortgage? Read This First!

Getting a mortgage is a huge commitment. Not just financially, but a commitment to a location that you are choosing. You need to be sure it is the right thing to do before jumping in at the deep end. It can be hard to say no when you think you have found something great, especially […]

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Life Events That Call For A Serious Money Plan

What is life? For most people, it’s an endless series of problems, big and small, that require a stream of careful and smart solutions. Many of the problems people have come down to money, especially as their financial circumstances change. During these transitions, it’s imperative to look at one’s finances says Howard Levine, an independent […]

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How To Raise $10,000 In Four Months

by Mike on March 4, 2017

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There’s a secret out there in the world that few people know about it, but one that many could benefit from. And it is this. It’s entirely possibly to raise many thousands of dollars, learn skills, and see a new part of the world. All in just a few months. How? It’s called seasonal work, […]

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