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How Staying Healthy can Help You Save Money

By Jurgen / 4 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 Dimple / 4 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 Dimple / 4 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 / 4 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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How to Save Without Noticing?

By Dimple / 4 years ago

All too often, we assume that if something sounds too easy, it’s most likely either not very effective or worthwhile.  This is often the case in the short term.  However, there are many so called ‘easy things’ we can do every day that will reap handsome dividends in the future. We’re so focused on ‘wanting […]

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Money Saving Tips: Buying and Owning your First Car

By Dimple / 4 years ago

When you first pass your driving test you’ll probably experience a rollercoaster of emotions ranging from elation to relief. There’s also the trepidation you might feel if you need to buy a new car. Partly this can stem from the fact you know you need to spend more money buying a car and then there’s […]

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The Best Technology for Keeping Track of Your Finances

By Dimple / 4 years ago

Staying on top of personal finance has always been a struggle for some people. From the very early years when the concept of money was first introduced there were (probably) already a number of people encountering problems looking after their finances. The world has advanced a lot since the Aztecs used dolls made of solid […]

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Three Important Reasons to Invest in Silver

By Dimple / 4 years ago

For the uninitiated, investing can seem daunting. The successful older generation will decry it as a necessity, the cynical will state that it’s no more than a money trap, and most of Generation Y has little opinion either way. This is something that needs to change. Done properly, investing is a powerful tool in your […]

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Researching a Loan

By Dimple / 4 years ago

Before taking the plunge and agreeing to a substantial loan to, afford a new kitchen or an extension, it’s vital you spend enough time researching all possibilities or seek financial advice. If you’ve decided a loan is the best option for your needs, then you’ll want to make the most of it. No matter how […]

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