Archive | September, 2012

Avoiding Bankruptcy – Three Recovery Procedures That Really Work

30. September 2012

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Image Credit: Creative Commons – VectorPortal.com Going bankrupt can seriously affect your financial reputation, making it extremely difficult to obtain approval for any type of loan, and possibly hindering your chances of finding future employment. After being declared bankrupt you’ll lose control of your assets and can no longer act as a company director or […]

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When It’s Better to Buy Generic Products

28. September 2012

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When It’s Better to Buy Generic Products

Shopping for groceries and household products can get expensive, although there are ways to prevent your bill from going beyond your budget. Shopping for generic products can save you a ton of money, and it’s something to keep in mind while shopping. Just because products are generic does not meant they are not quality products. […]

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Do You Have a Good Relationship with Money?

26. September 2012

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Is your relationship with money a good one or is it more like your relationship with your mother-in-law? The truth is many people don’t even consider that they’re in a relationship with their finances, but you are. More importantly, that relationship could be causing your financial turmoil. Let’s take a closer look at what it […]

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Where To Put Your Money: The Best Long-Term Investments

23. September 2012

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When you think about long-term investments, what are the first options that come to mind? Gold investment? Silver? What about the stock market? Keep in mind that a long-term investment is an investment in something that is made for at least five years, and maybe longer. In finance, these types of investments are less risky, […]

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5 Habits of Those with an 800 Credit Score

22. September 2012

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5 Habits of Those with an 800 Credit Score

The ever-elusive 800 credit score. We all know that a credit score of 800 means that you have almost perfect credit. We all know that that also means that, with an 800 credit score, there are a whole lot more opportunities that are open to you when it comes to credit and financing. But what […]

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Become Financially Literate: 5 Things you Should Know

19. September 2012

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Become Financially Literate: 5 Things you Should Know

Most of us would consider literacy (the ability to read and write) as being one of the most important skills that you can have in life. However, it is also extremely important that you are financially literate, if you hope to have a successful life and live within your means. Studies show that most Americans […]

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Business Credit Cards for Expats

17. September 2012

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Are you an expat living and working abroad, trying to sort out the best business credit card? Easy access to money is one of the top concerns for anyone living in another country, especially in light of all the other complexities you have to get used to whilst living overseas. Truly, the last thing you […]

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Graduated and Living with Mom and Dad

14. September 2012

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This infographic gives some powerful reasons why college graduates might be better off staying at home with Mom and Dad. It’s a rough world out there!

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Stay Ahead of Your Game: Avoid Insolvency Long Before It Comes A-Knocking

11. September 2012

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Stay Ahead of Your Game: Avoid Insolvency Long Before It Comes A-Knocking

Few situations are more unpleasant in business than finding yourself faced with the dreaded spectrum of insolvency. Creditors are knocking on your door, threatening to tear it down, your staff is threatening litigation over unpaid salaries and you can barely remember the last time you paid your headquarters rent or utilities. However, difficult as such […]

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5 Biggest Credit Risks for College Students – How to Avoid Them

11. September 2012

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5 Biggest Credit Risks for College Students – How to Avoid Them

There are five major risks you face as a college student that can affect your credit in a negative way.  And bad credit can keep you from getting the things that you want later on in life. Knowing what these credit risks are and how to avoid them will be very important to you now, […]

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6 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding (from a Recent Bride!)

8. September 2012

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6 Ways to Save Money on Your Wedding (from a Recent Bride!)

Unless you have been squirreling away money since birth, chances are you don’t have $30,000 to spend on a wedding. The average cost of a wedding these days is between $25,000 and $37,000, which is a huge amount of money that most brides would panic if they thought they had to come up with. You […]

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Ways to save in your student house share

5. September 2012

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Ways to save in your student house share

As a student you’ll most likely be spending a lot of time housed up with other students. From your university halls in the first year, to a shared house in your second or third year, sharing is not only a great way to meet other people it’s also a hugely economical choice. There are plenty […]

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3 Ways your Money can Work for You

2. September 2012

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3 Ways your Money can Work for You

The ideal point in every aspiring wealth-maker’s life is when money begins earning a higher amount than is being saved each month. You don’t need a business degree to make smart investments or manage your money; however, before you begin investing and building wealth, there are three things you must have. No credit card debt […]

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