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Surviving Divorce: How to Come out on Top Financially

Thursday, March 13, 2014

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Surviving Divorce: How to Come out on Top Financially

No one ever ties the knot with their significant other assuming that their nuptials will eventually end in divorce. Sadly, statistics showing that half of all marriages end in this manner prove that not everyone is lucky enough to be correct in this assumption. “The separation of two people can be a difficult process both […]

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Life Hacking Financial Ideas For 2013

Sunday, November 18, 2012

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Life Hacking Financial Ideas For 2013

2013 is shaping up to be another tough year for the global economy. Here we present potential financial hacks one may need to introduce beginning in 2013 in order to preserve their homes, bank accounts and jobs. Slice Up Non-Point Credit Cards Many people have combinations of cash back rewards credit cards and a high […]

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Bad Credit Loans—Qualifying for Open Door Loans

Saturday, June 23, 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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How to deal with identity theft

Tuesday, June 19, 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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