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3 Ways to Help You Learn to Create a Monthly Budget and Save More

3 Ways to Help You Learn to Create a Monthly Budget and Save More

| September 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Learning to budget your money is simple for some and a bit more complicated for others. Some simply don’t know where to start; it’s not easy to go from not having a budget to creating one after years of operating without one. However, creating a budget can help you save your finances. Here’s how. Start […]

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Good Debt vs. Bad Debt: What’s the Difference?

Good Debt vs. Bad Debt: What’s the Difference?

| September 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

While personal debt is at an astonishing high in the U.S., it’s useful to understand that not all debt is bad. While most kinds of debt aren’t healthy, especially in large amounts, some can be a way of creating value and producing future wealth. The key is to strike a balance and avoid bad debt, […]

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Followup Steps After Bankruptcy

Followup Steps After Bankruptcy

| September 22, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bankruptcy is often seen as a way to rescue credit that is damaged beyond the normal avenues of repair. Chapter 7 means the elimination of all eligible debts, while Chapter 13 means the elimination of some debt, with a repayment plan to take care of the rest. In both instances, once the bankruptcy has cleared, […]

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What are the Steps Involved in a Retail Audit?

What are the Steps Involved in a Retail Audit?

| September 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

Implementing a retail audit can be a very valuable source of information for your company, allowing you to assess where you need to improve in a number of different areas. It will help you in many ways to increase your customer satisfaction and sales as well as to boost your in-store execution. Some companies opt […]

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An Important Aspect of an Online Business

An Important Aspect of an Online Business

| September 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Businesses that operate primarily online realize the importance of offering customers free samples. Companies that sell software often provide free downloads of beta versions and other preliminary editions of upcoming programs. Similarly, software publishers can offer limited-time trials of the full-program versions. The goal is to make the customers aware of all the great features […]

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Improving your credit rating

Improving your credit rating

| September 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

If you want to improve your credit rating there are some quick steps you can take while you’re planning for the longer term. The Money Advice Service offers comprehensive advice and signposting for all things related to your personal finance. Click here for more information. The basics First things first, what is your credit rating? […]

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Top Tips to Secure an Ideal Commercial Lease Agreement

Top Tips to Secure an Ideal Commercial Lease Agreement

| September 6, 2014 | 0 Comments

Top Tips to Secure a Beneficial Commercial Lease Agreement Securing a commercial lease that benefits the lessee can be difficult, especially if there are other investors considering the property. Before meeting the owners to do battle over the details, it’s wise to have a think about your priorities as a lessee. Defining your targets in […]

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Under 30? You Won’t Be Forever: Soften the Blow of Decrepitude With These Financial Tools

Under 30? You Won’t Be Forever: Soften the Blow of Decrepitude With These Financial Tools

| August 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Who wants to talk about getting older? No one—except for skincare companies, cosmetic surgeons, and apparently, your insurance company. There are perks to getting older—that sweet moment when you can legally rent a car, that moment when settling down suddenly doesn’t seem like a nihilistic plan to suffocate your soul, and the privilege of lowered […]

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Are First Home Buyers Being Pushed Out the Market?

Are First Home Buyers Being Pushed Out the Market?

| August 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

It’s never been easy for first home buyers in Australia to get their feet on the proverbial property ladder. By most accounts, however, it’s tougher than ever for young people starting out in life to buy their first homes. This may seem counterintuitive; after all, isn’t the real estate market booming in most parts of […]

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Alternative IPO investment: is it worth it?

Alternative IPO investment: is it worth it?

| August 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

After the furore surrounding the Royal Mail’s public float late last year there has been a growing interest among the public in Initial Public Offerings (IPOs)– this looks set to peak with the arrival of Alibaba onto the markets at some point in late summer. While they can often offer rewards for shareholders involved in the IPO itself, […]

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