How to Prepare for Rainy (Financial) Days

How to Prepare for Rainy (Financial) Days
The best time to start preparing for financial rainy days is while the sun is still shining. Many people use the good periods in their financial history to invest or to make the purchases they have always dreamed of. Preparing for a rough time usually gets overlooked or postponed.…continue reading →
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Your Introductory Guide to Digital Trading

Your Introductory Guide to Digital Trading
In order to fully enjoy life, many of us are searching for ways to obtain an additional source of income. As opposed to working long hours for an arguably meagre salary, a growing number of individuals have been embracing the world of digital trading. Just exactly what is digital trading and how can you begin down this long and potentially rewarding journey?…continue reading →
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Trying to Avoid a Late Payment? Here Are Your Options

Trying to Avoid a Late Payment? Here Are Your Options
Managing personal finances isn’t always easy. Sometimes, even despite your best efforts to save money, you can find yourself in the midst of a short-term financial emergency. For many people, skipping a credit card payment or paying the rent late simply isn’t an option — especially if they wish to improve their credit score. So what can you do to ensure you meet your financial obligations and avoid extra penalties? With no credit check loans for those in need and a host of other options, you have more resources than you might think.…continue reading →
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UK investment specialist reveals findings on which regions are failing to save towards their retirement

UK investment specialist reveals findings on which regions are failing to save towards their retirement
In light of pensions being a hot topic across the media throughout 2017, True Potential Investor has conducted some research into how people across the UK saved towards their pension pots during Q4 2016. Presented in the infographic below, you’ll find an array of thought provoking findings: one being that many people saved nothing towards their private pensions. Interestingly, the UK areas with the smallest percentage of people who contributed nothing towards their private pensions in Q4 were: Scotland & West Midlands (27%), North East (22%) and London (18%),…continue reading →
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Is Pay As You Go The Best Option For You?

Is Pay As You Go The Best Option For You?
If in need, one can top up his phone with credit. It does not involve complicated contracts or monthly bills. Furthermore, it enables a user to control how he or she spends his money on the phone. For instance, at the end of every month, an individual is able to calculate how he spends his money on the phone. Pay as you go contains numerous advantages. It is considered the best solution for the first time mobile users. They include teenagers and the elderly. A user is able to understand how to use his or her phone. Circumstances like paying for minute packages, data, and texts which an individual does not use are avoided.continue reading →
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5 Key Points to Consider When Expanding Your Business Internationally

Expanding your business to a different location can help you expand your market and tap into a new demographic. On the other hand, there’s a limit to how far you can go before you reach the borders of your own…Read this post
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How to Catch up When You Fall Behind on Bills

How to Catch up When You Fall Behind on Bills
Paying your bills on time was always a bit tricky. However, in today's economy, when the majority of people are living from one paycheck to another, falling behind on bills becomes much easier. And once you start falling behind, getting back on the right track becomes very difficult.…continue reading →
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How to Become Financially Stable in Your 20s

How to Become Financially Stable in Your 20s
The 20s are very turbulent times and ‘financial security’ is of paramount importance to young professionals at this time. However, when there are credit card loans, student loans and auto loans to pay and several shiny new things to buy, savings and stability often take a back seat. The repercussions of these choices are witnessed when you grow older and start a family. That is a time when you need to build a strong financial history but get caught up in bills and other expenses.…continue reading →
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The State of Changing Taxes: What To Look Out for With Your Business

The State of Changing Taxes: What To Look Out for With Your Business
No matter which way you look at it, taxes are changing starting this year. Taxes are changing for individuals. Taxes are changing for corporations. Taxes are changing for businesses small, medium, and large. So no matter what you're trying to do when it comes to squaring your finances with federal and state governments, you need to look for where the changes are taking place.continue reading →
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Why You Should (Almost) Never Buy Direct with Digital Purchases

Why You Should (Almost) Never Buy Direct with Digital Purchases
So I had to squeeze the “almost” in the title because it’s not a matter of applying this advice as absolute gospel. Sometimes there is a very strong case for buying direct when you’re looking to make online purchases of digital products and services, but it always goes back to the consideration of the price as weighed up against the quality of the digital product or service you’re buying. Either way, most of the time just waiting it out a bit and looking around for a while will almost always result in you getting a much better deal.…continue reading →
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