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Helpful Credit Card Tips To Save You Money

In the financial world today almost every one has at least one credit card.  More often than not a person will have at least three or four credit cards being carried around in their wallet or purse every day. 

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6 Reasons to Never Borrow Money

There are times when an emergency knocks at your door and the only thing you can think off is borrowing money to cope with the unexpected expense. Some other times you may simply consider the idea of borrowing money to pay for something that could not wait for your payday or the time you need to save the money to purchase it. Whatever could be the case, you should never borrow money for you own good sake, particularly if payday loans are the only solution that you can see.

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Is Long-Term Disability Insurance Worth the Investment?

In the United States today, many, maybe as much as half, of the residents live pay-check to pay-check. When you consider this, the prospect of paying for yet another thing may seem out of the question, but what would happen if the breadwinner in one of these pay-check to pay-check families were to become disabled or injured and was no longer able to work?


Protect Your Small Business From Scammers

Scams are everywhere these days, and everyone is a potential target. While we hear a lot about high-tech scammers who hack into websites and financial accounts to wreak havoc, there are plenty of fraudsters out there who take a more low-tech approach to swindling whomever they can, including small business owners.

Save Money With Renewable Energy

How Much Money Can You Save With Renewable Energy Sources, Is It Worth It?

Switching to renewable energy is something that the planet seriously needs to do, and the sooner we stop relying on fossil fuels the sooner we’ll be able to reduce our carbon emissions and the better chance the planet will have of recovering.


Establish A Business Partnership : The Role Of An Attorney

Of all the ways to form a business, creating a partnership is legally one of the easiest. But this legal ease doesn’t necessarily mean that you should create a partnership without the aid of a business law attorney. While partnerships are extremely easy to form, haphazard formation and execution of a business partnership can lead to both high financial losses and bitter relations with your partners should something unexpected occur—which it often does.

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Top Tips To Finding Funds In An Emergency

Top Tips to Finding Funds in an Emergency

Sometimes you just need to find money quickly when emergencies come up; these emergencies may involve anything from your car breaking down without adequate insurance, through to renovations needing to be made to your home. Other emergencies might include dental or medical treatment that’s not covered by your insurance or the NHS, as well as


What should your financial priorities be in 2013?

Few people expect the economic climate of the early years of the Century to return and even fewer expect the casual way in which everyone handled their finances in those years to return either. The shock of unemployment and falling real estate prices caused by the Collateralized Debt Obligation (CDO) problems is a lesson that will take years to forget.


The political standoff is a sign of a rocky 2013

The fact that the threat of the ‘fiscal cliff’  existed at all is a sign that 2013 will be another year of financial uncertainty in the USA. All the more reason then that every household should look at the New Year as one of financial caution and ensure that financial planning takes some priority in the coming weeks. There may be arguments on finance in Washington throughout the Year but that is no reason for families not to take their own measures.

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Wall Street’s reaction to Obama expected

Wall Street was not a fan of Obama first time round so its reaction to his reelection was hardly unexpected. The additional problem this time is that the President and Congress need to agree a deal within weeks or tax increases and spending cuts will automatically kick in on January 1st with the consequence of no agreement the possibility of the USA slipping back into recession.