31. August 2014

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How Online Shopping Can Help You to Save Money

Online retail now represents a huge global business, and one that is only likely to grow proportionately over the next five years. Retail sales on the online market are expected to rise to $370 billion by the year 2017, which represents an increase of $139 billion since 2012. This is not only good news for […]

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22. July 2014

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Will Having Multiple Insurers Help Your Business Save Money?

Cost efficiency is the cornerstone of most good business models. Unless a company is capable of managing its finances, making a profit becomes essentially meaningless. Many start-ups have failed, simply because they didn’t have a good handle on their cash flow or were unable to translate a huge turnover into an actionable profit. When it […]

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14. July 2014

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How to Save Money on Your Commercial Vehicle Fleet

Although the British economy has experienced slight growth of 0.8% in the last financial quarter, it is important to note that this was driven largely by consumer and household spending. This means that while SME’s are feeling more confident than they have at any point since the onset of the Great Recession in 2007, many […]

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1. July 2014

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Do You Really Have to Spend Money to Make Money?

One of the oldest sayings in the world of business and money-making is that “you have to spend money to make money.” It’s a saying that is usually repeated to people who are hesitant to invest money in anything that isn’t a savings account or who are skeptical about the cost of supplies needed to […]

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29. June 2014

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Embracing Mobile Trading:  Adapting to a Volatile and Constantly Changing Economy

When you are considering whether or not to trade on the financial markets, it is all too easy to become intimidated by feelings of fear and trepidation. The financial markets are vast and extremely challenging, and well known for showcasing variable degrees of volatility. This can often overwhelm novice traders, especially if there are unprepared […]

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23. June 2014

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Stamp Duty – Calculate Your Own  

The home buying process in Australia requires that people calculate the stamp duty for processing the paperwork for their homes. This additional expense can be an unexpected burden if people fail to prepare for it or know the amount that they must pay at the close of their transaction. However, they can adequately budget for […]

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16. June 2014

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The Real Estate Trap: How to Cope with Debt and Depreciating Value in your Home

Unless you have been on a desert island for the last twelve months, you will have noticed that the global real estate market has enjoyed considerable resurgence in recent times. As it finally emerged from the shadows of recession and austerity, nations’ with developed economies have benefitted from soaring house prices and improved levels of […]

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3. June 2014

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Selling Your Home Quickly and For the Right Price: Tips for Proactive Home-owners

Besides the obvious emotional attachment, the main thing that discourages people from selling their home is whether they’ll get the right money for it, particularly if they need to sell it quickly. Property price points throughout the world vary considerably in real time, thanks to a number of changeable social, economic and geographical factors. The […]

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26. May 2014

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Innovative Resources for Small Business: Helping brands to save and Make Money

The number of active online business is continuing to rise across the globe, as aspiring entrepreneurs continue to seek out cost-effective and potentially profitable commercial models. The relatively low cost of establishing an online venture is particularly alluring; especially the global economy is only just beginning to recover from the Great Recession. A recent article […]

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