Archive | June, 2012

Three Ways to Pay for DUI Attorney Expenses

30. June 2012

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  When you are charged with a DUI, or DWI (driving while intoxicated), as they call it in the state of New York, things can get expensive quickly. The court may fine you thousands of dollars, and you may have legal fees to deal with as well. If you are not independently wealthy, generating the […]

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A Simple guide to cutting your food shopping budget

28. June 2012

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A Simple guide to cutting your food shopping budget

It’s Saturday morning, time for the weekly trip to your favourite supermarket where you try in vain to spend as little cash as possible while finding offers on the items you buy regularly. Now if you are anything like me you want to maximise the value for money as the food bill in a house […]

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The Credit Card Shuffle – saving you money on credit card debt

25. June 2012

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The Credit Card Shuffle – saving you money on credit card debt

The “credit card shuffle” is a process that involves moving debt from one card to another in an effort to save money on finance charges and interest. This process can work effectively if done correctly. However, you should avoid using one card simply to pay off another at all costs, as this practice is not […]

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Bad Credit Loans—Qualifying for Open Door Loans

23. June 2012

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Bad Credit Loans—Qualifying for Open Door Loans

Do you have a bad credit history—or no credit history at all? Working with a bad credit history is extremely impractical, as getting credit cards, opening bank accounts, and taking out loans is made much harder whenever a credit check is involved. Your credit history may not even be your fault, as you may have […]

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Top summer saving tips

22. June 2012

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Top summer saving tips

Summer is often a time when, in one way or another, our spending hits a peak. Having come through a winter when the weather may have curtailed lots of our entertainment activities, and spent spring making plans for the lighter, brighter days ahead, including lots of treats such as days out, the time has now […]

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How to deal with identity theft

19. June 2012

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How to deal with identity theft

The Web has allowed us the ability to manage our finances without ever leaving the house, saving time and money. However, with this added convenience comes a new kind of offence – identity theft. With identity fraud fast becoming a serious issue for police fraud offices, corporate fraud officers and of course victims, knowing how […]

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5 Reasons You Should Be Saving More!

19. June 2012

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5 Reasons You Should Be Saving More!

Whenever we watch or read the news these days we seem to find more and more reasons why our economy isn’t doing well and more and more cases of people who are struggling with their personal finances. The truth is that more of us are worried about our finances than ever before and that more […]

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Important Steps to Repairing Your Credit Score

16. June 2012

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Important Steps to Repairing Your Credit Score

Despite being something that most people never get to see, our credit scores these days exert a great deal of influence on our lives. That’s because anything we want to do to improve our personal and economic well-being, from job interviews to mortgage applications, car loans to credit card applications all involve someone checking our […]

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5 things to know about Prepaid Cards

16. June 2012

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5 things to know about Prepaid Cards

You may not have a choice Whether you like it or not, plastic cards are here to stay. Prepaid cards play an important part in day to day transactions, both large and small. Many people are forced to buy prepaid cards because of bad credit scores that is a direct result of bad financial planning. […]

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5 Financial Pitfalls all College Students Should Avoid

13. June 2012

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5 Financial Pitfalls all College Students Should Avoid

As college tuition rates continue to rise across the nation and many college loan companies increase their interest rates, the cost of a college degree is becoming more expensive than ever before. Unfortunately many college students have to pay for most of their education through college loans and credit cards, which can financially haunt them […]

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5 tips to get out of debt quickly

10. June 2012

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5 tips to get out of debt quickly

We all have to deal with the debts at some point of our lives. Living with a debt is a headache and it may give birth to health complications like stress and anxiety. As such, we should make proper efforts to become debt free for a peaceful life. This post provides 5 useful tips to […]

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How to get a pay rise

7. June 2012

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How to get a pay rise

We all know that times are hard – for individuals and businesses alike. Inflation is rising higher than wages, and prices are really putting the squeeze on families. So how do you go about asking for a pay rise when businesses are making it quite clear that there’s nothing left in the pot? Here are […]

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Doing a Financial Spring Cleaning

4. June 2012

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Doing a Financial Spring Cleaning

Spring is a renewal season where the old can be new again. It is the perfect moment to check on personal financial statuses and start a spring cleaning. Focus on money issues with the steps mentioned here. Achieve better management of debts and organization. Organize documents and house items. Check all cupboards, closets, and storages […]

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