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10 smartest things to do with your money

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

The value of money is often underestimated. The impact it can have on your life is a great measure provided you use it the right way. Unless you do not know what to do with your money, you can either get richer or bankrupt all of a sudden. When you look at people who win […]

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5 Money Saving Tips for Buying Your First Home

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

Do you wish to buy your first house but feel unsure about how to start the process? Don’t worry; you’re not the only one. The state of our economy is such that most first home buyers are having a hard time getting started. Real estate prices are notoriously high and the average income can’t match […]

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The Three Best Borrowing Options for Those with a Poor Credit History

By Disha / 3 years ago

Few things are as stressful as financial hardships, and yet they can befall the very best of us. All too often, finding yourself indebted is a symptom of simple ill fortune as opposed to overspending, a lack of self-control, or foolishness on your part. Unfortunately, irrespective of the cause of your financial woes, the struggles […]

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6 Ways to Save Money on Household Expenses

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

Ever think of how much money you spend on things like electricity bills, phone bills, the internet and so on? We have the answer for you – a lot. You’re probably thinking that this is what you get up in the morning and go to work for! But what if we told you that there’s […]

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5 Tips to Save Money when Investing in a Property

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

When most people think of saving money they think of taking precautions while spending on necessities like food, clothing and luxuries like expensive cars. However, investing in properties is one of the smartest ways to save up for financial security. Property investment is a great way to develop your monetary future but it’s not a […]

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5 Money Saving Tips for Buying a Car

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

Buying a car is always exciting. Whether you’re buying a brand new car or just want a more functional but used car, it’s a big investment. When it’s not planned right, it can burn a hole in your pocket. You’ll find yourself spending more money on the purchase and probably on the upkeep of the […]

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How Staying Healthy can Help You Save Money

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

Staying healthy is often connected to living expensively. Costly gym memberships for daily workout, spending money on all organic vegan food are strongly associated with attempts to stay in shape. However, these ideas are not entirely based on the reality of the situation. It’s true that you can buy a lot – including happiness and […]

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5 Entrepreneur Tips to Deal with the Chocking Debt Trap

By Disha / 3 years ago

The debt situation in the U.S is worrying if data from the authorities is anything to go by. Statistics from the Federal Reserve show consumer debt stands at $2.5 trillion or an average percentage of 7,800 per person. The U.S Small Business Administration (SBA) says much of the unsecured debt has been used in business […]

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What I Should Have Done Differently When I First Moved Out

By Disha / 3 years ago

I remember the thrill of finally getting a place of my own; it was real independence from my folks. I knew there were going to be times when things got a little rough but I didn’t care because I would finally have my own kingdom. Then the reality set in after the first month. Your […]

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How to Pay for College without a Student Loan

By Jurgen / 3 years ago

When you take all college expenses into account including tuition and accommodation, the grand total will usually add up to an intimidating figure. The unfortunate thing is that the majority cannot afford this. But just because you can’t afford it, it doesn’t mean you do not deserve it. After all, education is a right as […]

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