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How to Lower Your Car Expenses

Posted by on May 6, 2013
Do you currently own a car? I would say that most of us do. It’s simply unavoidable most of the time. If you don’t live in a big city with subways or busing, the only other way to travel longer distances is with your own car. Unfortunately for all of you that own a car, it’s the second most expensive possession you own, right after your house....
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IVA Tips: What Happens If I Lose My Job?

Posted by on February 12, 2013
If you lose your job and you’re committed to repaying your IVA, don’t panic. You’re not the first person that has lost their job on an IVA, and the system is designed to take your new circumstances into account. Not everyone who loses their job will be forced to terminate their agreement. Here’s what you should do if you are made redundant...
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The litigation funding industry has gone from strength to strength in recent years. In the UK, it really took off as a viable funding option for big businesses and law firms in 2011, when the number of funders available in the country almost doubled.   Is litigation funding safe? Third party funding, as it is often referred to, is a safe way...
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Simple Tools for Small Business Owners

Posted by on January 11, 2013
As our economy continues to change, more and more people are looking at creating their own financial security through self-employment.  In many ways, self-employment offers the ultimate freedom; you are the boss and employee, and in part how much money you earn depends on your own marketing efforts, personality and hard work. If you currently own...
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Are you paying too much for your energy?

Posted by on November 28, 2012
One of the main expenses that homeowners have to regularly contend with is that of energy bills because heating and power is something that we can’t live without. However, that doesn’t mean that you should have to pay through the nose for your energy, and there are a number of ways that you could be doing this without you even being aware...
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This article is brought to you by AXA Insurance Lots of people are languishing from the financial crisis because of the current economic climate. Getting your budget under control can assist you in avoiding catastrophe and prepare you for your long term needs. The info that you require will likely be outlined here. Consider that a job that pays better...
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Top 5 Tips for Getting Your First Mortgage

Posted by on September 25, 2012
As a first-time buyer, obtaining your first mortgage is both daunting and exciting in equal measures. Here are five tips to help you succeed. 1.       Save, save, save  If you only do one thing before you try to get your first mortgage, save up as much as you can for a decent deposit. It is usual to pay a deposit of between 10% and 15% of the...
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3 top ways to stretch your gambling budget

Posted by on September 21, 2012
Budgeting and working out a way to stretch and make the most of a budget is the smart way to plan, and by sticking to a set and defined limit you can give yourself peace of mind and still enjoy the money you do spend. Many people who play online or mobile casino games have learnt how to budget successfully and stick to a limit whilst still enjoying...
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Some people choose to become self-employed, and others have self-employment thrust upon them. You may have been fired and are struggling to find work, and so freelancing seems to be your only choice. On the other hand, freelancing may seem like an attractive career option, with manifold benefits, and you might be thinking about quitting your day job...
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Moving from permanent employment to contract work can be a career-defining move and is therefore not a decision to be taken lightly. Such a move changes the very nature of how you make a living and you must be absolutely sure that it is right for you. There are a number of upsides to becoming a contractor however it is not suitable for everyone. For...
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