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Can You Be Trusted With a Credit Card?

Monday, November 19, 2012

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Can You Be Trusted With a Credit Card?

Owning a credit card is a bigger responsibility then most people see it as, and that is proven true, given that the average American has a credit card debt of just under $15,000. That amount is staggering, but not surprising given the current state of the economy and the culture that people have been raised in. […]

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How to Choose Your Forex Broker

Friday, October 26, 2012

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There are a lot of people that trade forex nowadays, not just dedicated professionals. If you’re looking to get started by opening an account, you’ll want to know how you go about choosing a broker. The broker is the company that you’ll conduct all of your forex activity through, so it’s vital that you choose […]

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Why You Should Believe In Your Own Forex Strategy

Sunday, October 14, 2012

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Why You Should Believe In Your Own Forex Strategy

It’s very tempting, especially when you first start out, to blindly follow what other people do when they’re trading forex, CFDs or spread betting. This is not how you should go about trading. While it’s always good to get some advice, this is your money and your investment, and copying other people is just like […]

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Difficulties with Getting a Mortgage if you’re Self Employed

Monday, May 7, 2012

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Difficulties with Getting a Mortgage if you’re Self Employed

It is notoriously difficult to get a mortgage if you are self-employed. It’s certainly not impossible, but it is harder to achieve than if you are employed by someone else. And it has got even harder since the financial collapse of 2007, which was due in part to irresponsible mortgage lending. What’s more Self cert […]

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Debt Consolidation: Easing the Burden

Monday, September 19, 2011

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Debt Consolidation: Easing the Burden

There’s no doubt that while having a certain amount of debt is normal and a way of life for many, but some of us have gone over the line where we can pay back what we owe in monthly payments. Before any further discussion of this unfortunate situation, it’s necessary to note that facing a […]

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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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How Credit Scores Are Made

Saturday, July 10, 2010

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How Credit Scores Are Made

Most people have become more cautious with credit recently, but there are some important uses for borrowing, and the deal you get depends on your credit score. To avoid surprises, it is important to know what factors make up credit scores and how heavily each one is weighed. History of Paying On Time (35%). The […]

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