12. June 2016

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The “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” Model of Insider Trading

In 2014, a landmark insider trading case (U.S. v. Newman) redefined the nature of insider trading. According to the ruling, a person who had profited off of tips from an insider was not insider trading unless there was something given in exchange for the tips. In other words, a corporate heavyweight could simply let his […]

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27. April 2016

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The Freelancers guide to Productivity: Simple steps to optimise your income

While freelancing is an increasingly popular pastime (whether you are self-employed or undertake additional work alongside a permanent job role), optimising your productivity is extremely difficult. This is especially true when you work from home, as the distractions of everyday life can quickly disturb your flow of work and prevent you maximising your income. With […]

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25. April 2016

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Should you rent or buy a home?

There is no doubt about it, choosing between renting and buying a home is one of the most important decisions that you will ever take. There are also a number of economic and social factors on which to base such a decision, while the fact that many of these are variable make the challenge even […]

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21. April 2016

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The perils of Contactless Payment: How to keep your financial Profile safe

Perhaps the main consumer trend of recent times, the rise of contactless payments has had a huge impact on businesses around the world. In fact, whenever you read an article detailing contactless payments, it is usually focused on the need of business-owners to adapt their business models. There is ample reason for this too, with […]

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21. April 2016

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How to Save Money on Your Mobile Phone Bill

Mobile phones – we all need them, but sometimes they can be a huge strain on the budget. With the latest smartphones on contact often costing an excess of £50 per month, saving money on your mobile phone bill has never been more important. But, many of us want a modern smartphone – after all, […]

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28. March 2016

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Thinking ahead: Why you should start saving for your retirement now

Back in 2013, banking giant HSCB launched a global investigation into the so-called failure to save. This canvassed the opinion of more than 15,000 respondents across 15 countries, while the results highlighted that although the average length of retirement lasted for 18 years residents were typically only able to save enough money to sustain them […]

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22. March 2016

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3 Productivity hacks that can save you money

There is nothing more important than productivity in the business world, as this often translates into volume and bottom line profit. So while productivity may have become an overused term in the modern age, it remains a driving that underpins every successful venture. While we often associate higher levels of productivity with greater turnover and […]

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21. March 2016

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Making the most of your home as an asset: How to avoid losing Money

Despite the words of some naysayers and economic doom-mongers, there is no doubt that an economic recovery has taken place since the great recession. The S & P Index as risen by more than 92% over the last five years, for example, and despite recently volatility the markets have driven widespread growth within the world’s […]

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15. March 2016

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Staying out of your Business overdraft: A look at alternative types of short-term financing

Whether you are a solo entrepreneur or a small, independent business owner, you are likely to require some form of financing during the course of your operation. This is despite a largely positive outlook for the global economy, which may or may or not be impacted by the onset of a worldwide recession later in […]

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