Archive | January, 2016

How Friends and Family Can Help During Your Financial Crisis

30. January 2016

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Everyone has that one friend or family member who isn’t so great with money. Often it will be that they’ve spent too much on unnecessary items or aren’t able to go out at the end of the month until payday arrives. However, sometimes financial problems can become serious. There are many reasons people end up […]

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Selling your home through the quick house sale market: What are the key considerations?

29. January 2016

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If you have not heard of the quick house sale market, you are missing out on one of the most seminal real estate trends of the last seven years. This market emerged in the aftermath of the great recession, which decimated the global real estate sector and left millions facing huge mortgage defaults. Even though […]

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3 Mobile Apps that can help you to save money in 2016

26. January 2016

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In the fascinating and fast-evolving mobile app market, the range of available products is quite simply staggering. Take the ground-breaking Headcaster app, for example, which provides a fun and innovative platform through which individuals can interact with one another as animated incarnations of themselves. At the other end of the spectrum, however, there is also […]

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How to Avoid getting into debt as an entrepreneur

20. January 2016

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If you have recently decided to establish yourself as an entrepreneur, you will find yourself in good company in the existing economic climate. After all, this is an increasingly popular endeavour throughout the whole of the developed world, with an estimated 28 million small businesses operating in the U.S. and a record 5.4 million active […]

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How to manage a short-term cash flow issue in 3 Simple Steps

17. January 2016

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While it is easy to blame consumer holidays’ such as Christmas for the accumulation of personal debt, it is our general attitude to spending and managing finances that is mostly at fault. The sheer expense of the festive period does highlight personal debt issues and places them into genuine context, especially in developed economies such […]

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