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5 Points to Consider when Insuring Your Family Home

If you are living in a property that has been passed down through the generations, its value to you and your family will be far more than simply financial. With this in mind, it is important that you take steps to ensure that a home emergency such as a water ...

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Top 5 Tips For Pension Planning

Whilst it’s important to start planning for your retirement as early as possible in life, in the run up to it, it’s advisable that you carefully consider options surrounding your pension and that, if possible, you seek professional financial advice to ensure you’re making the right decisions and that they’ll ...

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Top 5 Essential Starter Tips for Small Business

So, if you don’t want to be bossed over by others and want to set up a business of your own, then you must be planning a start-up. Like every other new venture, you need to think in the long term in order to make this venture successful. Make sure ...

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10 Easy Steps to Trade Forex

There is no way to become successful at anything in life without proper education. Sure, chance does play a part in many things, but most of us can’t depend on sitting back and doing nothing in hopes that lady luck will come knocking on our doors. As we all know, ...

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Pension Liberation – Learn the Rules & Spot the Scams

Although the UK is beginning to show signs of recovery from the global economic downturn, the effects on the public at large have yet to be felt. Wages freezes, soaring energy prices and rental costs have left people desperate for a lifeline, opening the door for swindlers and charlatans to ...

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5 Reasons Why Banks Refuse Credit

Borrowing money can be a frustrating business, and if you’re turned down for a personal loan, it’s often hard to know why. So read on to find out how banks assess you, and how to optimise your chances of success. 1 – Your Credit Record The credit crisis has made ...

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The Best 3 Ways To Successfully Invest

The amount of money that you can make through successful investment is incredible. There are millions of business men out there that make their millions through astute investment and then there are others who lost a fortune through misguided, misjudged and ill researched ventures. Research in my opinion is of ...

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When To Opt For A Home Equity Line Of Credit (HELOC)

A home equity line of credit (HELOC) is one of the most common ways to make use of your good home equity. A HELOC essentially works like a credit card in that you’re given a set amount of that you can pull from at any given time for a set ...

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Tips For Analysing Your Financial Choices Better

Whether you know it or not, you make multiple financial choices each day. There are some choices that you do for long term and some for short term. But they all will have an impact on your financial situations and some can be harmful decisions to make. But how can ...

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Applying For A Home Loan After Foreclosure

Foreclosures are rarely ideal under most circumstances, but some people might think that the consequences of a foreclosure end with your eviction. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. Foreclosures have long-lasting implications for a number of issues throughout your life. One of the major results of a foreclosure is that ...

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Considering Debt Financing for Your Business

Debt financing is a popular option among business people where to obtain resources to finance their business. While debt has a negative connotation in its general term, it has a positive level of meaning among startup level companies. Even bigger corporations have debts that keep the health of their business ...

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10 Ways to Make the Most of Your Higher Education

Steep tuition fees, tough competition over places – these are just two of the most common challenges students of today face.  And once they’ve secured a spot, they sought to work hard, side by side with friends and the institution. Fortunately, students’ reward for their hard work at school isn’t ...

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