Archive | December, 2013

3 Money Tips You Shouldn’t Ignore – Regardless of Your Income

16. December 2013

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If you are young or don’t have a lot of cash, your financial situation may be nothing to brag about. And because of age, you may feel that you have plenty of time to worry about important money issues. However, time moves swiftly and the decisions you make today can impact your financial future. You […]

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Keep the Heat, Lower the Bill: Four Tips For Lowering Your Heating Bill

10. December 2013

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The current cold wave enveloping large parts of the United States may prompt you to turn up the heat in your own home to avoid the bone-chilling effects of the weather. The downside to that, though, is that this can leave you with a humongous heating bill. In order to find a balance against the […]

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Budget Branding For Small Businesses

10. December 2013

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If you run a small business, it’s easy to think that branding might only be in the budget for the big boys. However, branding is a hugely important part of your business strategy. Focusing on your company’s branding early on can allow you to make your mark on your business sector, setting you apart from […]

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5 Financial Planning Tips When Traveling Abroad

8. December 2013

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Traveling abroad can be exciting, regardless of whether you are doing it for personal or business related reasons. However, it is important to recognize the fact that international travel can also be extremely cost prohibitive. Fortunately, there are several different techniques that you can utilize to help you keep your finances in line while you […]

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Why You Need A Family Emergency Fund

2. December 2013

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Stuff happens. We all know it, right? Accidents, illnesses, unexpected deaths, household calamities. That’s why it’s so important for families to have a rainy day or emergency fund. Amazingly few of us actually make it a priority. Even when money is extremely tight, an emergency fund can be worked into the budget. There are simply […]

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5 Tips To Securing The Best Car Loan Interest Rates

1. December 2013

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It can be quite a daunting process for some when shopping around for the best car loan interest rates. Every lender work differently in how they apply their interest rates to each car loan. Some lenders may adjust their rates based on the term of the loan, where other lenders may adjust their interest rates […]

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The 3 Best Ways to Invest Your Money for Retirement

1. December 2013

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Do you feel financially secure about your retirement? Experts go on and on about setting up a private pension in order to save a hefty nest egg. The fact of the matter is that we can’t rely on the State Pension as a viable source of income when we quit work. At present, the state […]

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