Archive | February, 2015

How to save Money on your Car Insurance

21. February 2015

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The cost of car insurance has risen slightly in recent times, and this may come as a surprise to some motorists in Europe and the UK. It may also cause considerable consternation, as rising insurance premiums can hit consumers hard and force them to spread their disposable income further than it can comfortably stretch. Even […]

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Can Car Leasing help you to free some Cash?

19. February 2015

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Thanks to increasingly affordable fuel and an improving economy, the new car sales market has grown at a considerable rate in the last eighteen months. This is also represents a global trend, with growth in the U.S. matched by the UK and Europe.   While buying a new car may be increasingly accessible for citizens, […]

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Where to Source a Used Vehicle for Business Purposes

17. February 2015

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The state of the economy is likely to serve as a key battle ground in the upcoming general election, with the Conservatives holding a distinct edge due to their sterling work in the last two years. From austerity to widespread growth, the coalition government has created a prosperous economy where small and medium sized businesses […]

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Which Financial Marketplace and Investments should you consider in 2015?

16. February 2015

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We live in an age of innovation, where it is easier than ever for ambitious individuals to achieve their financial and commercial dreams. Take the field of financial investment, for example, where the development of remote trading platforms has removed many of the barriers to entry that once surrounded the marketplace. This has created an […]

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The Benefits of Building Societies over Banks

8. February 2015

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While banks dominate the financial landscape in nations throughout the world, there are prominent alternatives when it comes to saving money and securing loans. One of the most reputable is provided by building societies (or savings and loan associations in the U.S.), which differ from traditional banks in that they are not privately owned and […]

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