Tag Archive | "Financial Situation"

4 Creative Ways to Save Money

Thursday, October 18, 2012

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4 Creative Ways to Save Money

Money is easy to spend but a bit harder to earn. Employees spend all day at work to make ends meet and pay the bills. Parents carefully prepare monthly budgets to ensure that the needs of the family are sufficiently covered. Shoppers visit various providers in an effort to find the best possible deals. Every […]

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Changes You Can Make to Save Money When Things Get Close

Sunday, July 22, 2012

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Changes You Can Make to Save Money When Things Get Close

When you have a lot of financial obligations and not a lot of money coming in, it’s easy to get stressed out. However, it’s not necessary to panic. There are always ways you can save money even if you are facing a dire financial situation. Make Large Amounts of Food The easiest way to save […]

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Eurobonds: What they could mean for forex trading

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

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Eurobonds: What they could mean for forex trading

For people who have been following the recent developments in the financial markets, one word that is appearing with increasing occurrence is Eurobonds.  Investors involved in forex trading are eagerly anticipating the results of continued negotiations in Europe.  Labelled by some as the last hope for Europe, Eurobonds have been championed by new French President […]

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The Credit Card Shuffle – saving you money on credit card debt

Monday, June 25, 2012

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The Credit Card Shuffle – saving you money on credit card debt

The “credit card shuffle” is a process that involves moving debt from one card to another in an effort to save money on finance charges and interest. This process can work effectively if done correctly. However, you should avoid using one card simply to pay off another at all costs, as this practice is not […]

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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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5 Reasons You Should Be Saving More!

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

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5 Reasons You Should Be Saving More!

Whenever we watch or read the news these days we seem to find more and more reasons why our economy isn’t doing well and more and more cases of people who are struggling with their personal finances. The truth is that more of us are worried about our finances than ever before and that more […]

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Change your perceptions, not your lifestyle

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

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Change your perceptions, not your lifestyle

The economic recession, resolved or not, is still playing havoc with the financial stability of most households. And unless you are one of the very lucky (and incredibly few) people that managed to escape the strain of tough economic times, you have probably been forced to come back in a number of ways. Depression, stress, […]

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Eating out: ways of avoiding it

Monday, January 24, 2011

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Eating out: ways of avoiding it

When you’re looking to cut your spending, you’ll often receive the advice to avoid eating out. It sounds like practical, straightforward, easy-to-follow advice: just don’t eat out! Cook meals yourself and brown bag work lunches (if you work outside the home). Plenty of people do it and don’t find it difficult. But everyone has their […]

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The HAMP — What Will It Do For You?

Sunday, November 7, 2010

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Continuing my series of posts relating to the HAMP (Home Affordable Modification Program), I will now endeavor to clearly explain what exactly this program can do for you. Much of the literature put out by lenders in relation to this program is highly convoluted, and many struggling homeowners are unable to procure the help they […]

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Are 0% Credit Card Offers Making a Comeback?

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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As the recession has somewhat stabilized and credit card reform laws have been completed, the climate for lending is improving and more credit card offers are becoming available. There has even been a resurgence of the so-called “teaser rate” cards, which offer an attractive 0% interest rate, typically for a year, on balance transfers and […]

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Incremental Habit Changes for Money

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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One of the largest challenges of turning around a tough financial situation is the size of the task. When everything is a mess, it is hard to see anything but a towering mountain of debt, expenses, and numbers that sound completely unrealistic. Breaking everything down into smaller pieces is the best way around this sense […]

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How can you pay off your credit card debts?

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

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How can you pay off your credit card debts?

Are you unable to make timely payments towards your credit cards? Do you wish to get rid of them? If yes, you must immediately prepare a budget for yourself and determine ways by which you can save some amount each month to repay your bills. If your financial situation does not permit you to repay […]

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