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Getting Rich

Posted by on February 9, 2017
On a daily basis I think about being rich. I want to be so rich that I can do whatever my heart desires and not have to worry about money. How does this happen? How can I get there? Besides from going to Lucky Lady’s Charm and hitting it big, how does one live this sort of lifestyle. Entrepreneur One way for an individual to get rich is to...
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Posted by on June 28, 2013
Australia is often referred to as ‘the lucky country’, but in order to be one of the lucky ones with enough money to live comfortably and enjoy our lifestyle, it’s important to make sure you have adequate protection for your family and your possessions. Having enough home insurance, contents insurance and life insurance, and car insurance is...
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Ways To Cut Your Household Costs

Posted by on June 26, 2013
Cutting your household costs can mean big savings for any family. When you find new and creative ways to cut back on spending, you free up money for other priorities like home repairs, college and retirement savings, or vacation plans. Or saving. Want to cut costs and actually cutting costs are two different things, though. By thinking differently...
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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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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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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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Personal Loans – Pros and Cons

Posted by on July 13, 2012
If you are in need of money quickly, a personal loan can be a viable alternative to using your credit card. A personal loan is a relatively small, all-purpose loan that will allow you to borrow money without having to disclose your reason for borrowing. The interest rates on personal loans tend to be lower than those of credit cards and the repayment...
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How to Shop For Credit Cards

Posted by on May 2, 2012
Getting a great deal on a credit card is getting harder and harder every year, since there are more laws limited what credit card companies can do, and more focus on increasing profits.  However, if you shop around and follow these rules below, you can help yourself find a great credit card that can work for you, and not against you. The Interest...
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Are you ready to make the leap to self-employment?  If you are considering quitting your day job to work for yourself, you may be both excited and nervous.  While you may be sick of your job and can’t wait to leave, it is prudent to carefully plan for the financial instability self-employment may bring. There are a number of aspects of your financial...
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Within the last few months, the U.S. media has been reporting the high level of student loan debt graduating college students have.  In fact, the average student loan debt at graduation is approximately $25,000.  Unfortunately, there are many graduates who have a higher student loan debt, often as high as $50,000 to $100,000 depending on whether...
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