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Is 2013 a Good Time to Invest in Australian Real Estate?   Though the global housing market has had its ups and downs over the past decade, Australia is one country which has navigated the turbulence with ease. Despite a similar economic situation to Europe and the US, the Australian Real Estate market has managed […]

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How No Win No Fee Can Benefit You

by Mike on January 18, 2013

No win fee

Have you been injured in an accident at work? Did a trip, slip or fall cause you bodily harm? Have you been in a car, bike or bus accident? I can tell you from experience that many business owners expect things of their employees outside of your normal role which can put you into a […]

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2012 The Year that was!

by Mike on January 17, 2013

Christmas Carnival Madness With the Christmas holiday and New Year madness it took a while to compile the Carnival Roundup for 2012 and I must apologize to our readers for not letting you know how widespread our content got. Hoping everyone had a great end to 2012 and a Merry Christmas. Title..: Four great ideas […]

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Parting with Your Debt for Good

by Heidi on January 9, 2013

Pay off Debt

Pay off Debt – Its a good start Whether you accept or believe what the media is saying, it can be difficult to make money these days; concurrently, your expenses always seem to increase. As a result, you end up in debt and experience more difficulty to pay off debt because your income is not […]

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Setting Goals

Whats your new year Plan? Many people come into the new year with the usual promises of losing weight, spending more time with the family, taking up that hobby, joining the gym and stop smoking etc etc But how many people consider taking the time to think out your New Year Plan regarding your finances. […]

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November Carnival Roundup

by Mike on November 22, 2012

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November was a good month for people reading our articles and commenting. Here is the monthly tally for those who liked what we talked about.         Title..: A Cash Budget – Its not all bad news Personal Finance Journey Y and T’s Weekend Ramblings at Young and Thrifty Yakezie Carnival at The […]

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Fire Safety at Work

by Mike on November 22, 2012

Business Fire Safety

Business Fire Safety starts with you Dealing with a fire is no joking matter, and if you run a business, it can result in a serious loss. Either through stock loss, damage to building and premises, loss of company data and most important of all the time it takes you to get back on your […]

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Boomer Spending Habits

by Mike on November 19, 2012

Boomer Spending Habits

As Boomers draw close to retirement age, there is much public criticism about Boomer spending habits. Many of the young whiz kids in the financial advice industry point to the Baby Boomers as a negative example. The media  are full of headlines about their failure to prepare adequately for retirement. Generations X and Y often […]

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Quick Pay Day Loans – What do you think?

by Mike on November 18, 2012

Quick Pay Day Loans

Quick Pay Day Loans – Fickle Fad or useful? Here is your chance for fame! After keeping an eye on my twitter and the community at large I have noticed a large payday loan movement particularly in the UK. From the number of searches per month (approx 3-4 million globally) its clear that many people […]

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Peer to Peer lending

Payday Loan Alternatives If you need to borrow money, for whatever the reason, there are a lot of payday loan alternatives that you should consider when borrowing.  Payday loans are typically very short term loans, so depending on your needs and situation, there may be better lending alternatives out there for you. Peer to Peer […]

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At home Spouse Credit Card help

Helping your at home Partner with their Credit Card The Credit card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure – CARD act of 2009 aimed to protect credit card users and enabled them to save money as the terms and conditions were relaxed overall. Though, this benefited majority of the individuals, those that were adversely affected were the […]

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0% On your Credit Card

Each month, when you review your credit card statement, you probably shake your head and wonder if there is an easy way to free yourself from a high APR and transfer your balance to a credit card with a 0% interest rate. This could save you hundreds of dollars during the introductory period of a […]

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A Cash Budget – Its not all bad news

by Mike on October 30, 2012

Cash Budget

Transitioning to a Cash-Only Budget When the budget gets tight, people often reduce expenditures such as expensive entertainment. There are many other ways to reduce overspending, but many households overlook these. Shopping around for cheaper medical coverage, or comparing online car insurance are two frequently overlooked ways to save. Another exceptionally helpful way is to transition towards […]

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Christmas on a Budget

by Mike on October 25, 2012

Christmas on a Budget

Who says you cant have Christmas on a Budget? Today’s fragile economy should not dampen your holiday spirits as you begin to think ahead about Christmas festivities.  Christmas is a time when families and friends look forward to gathering together and enjoying each other’s company. The cost of the experience is not important the important […]

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Credit Rating UK

UK Credit Rating – Did you know how important it is being on the electoral roll for your credit report? If you’re in a hurry, the answer to that question is this: very important. Quite why this is takes a little more explanation. It might not seem terribly fair to those not inclined to vote, […]

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How to Compare Credit Cards

by Mike on October 2, 2012

Compare Credit Cards

Four Great ways to Compare Credit Cards There are a lot of ways to compare credit cards, but most people compare cards based on four main features: annual percentage rate, rewards, fees, and promotions offered by the card.  However, keeping track of all these for multiple cards can be tough.  That’s why you should read […]

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