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How to Rent with Bad Credit, Liens or Bankruptcy

It seems that our credit scores follow us everywhere these days. From employment evaluations to small loan approval processes, our credit is poked and prodded at by most people deciding whether or not they wish to do business with us. This makes it so vital that people maintain a solid credit score and a financially solvent reputation.
Even when renting an apartment or home, your credit score may be checked. There are many landlords who refuse to rent to people whose credit scores are poor or fair at best, believing they …

Headline, Jobs »

Kids Are The Future, Could They Be Your Career?

Do you love children? If that’s the case, you should be looking for a career where you’ll be working with them and around them on a regular basis. There are plenty of choose from here, and each career fits a certain skillset or academic achievement level. Let’s start by considering the possibility of teaching.
Teach The Next Generation
The good news is that being a teacher isn’t that difficult these days. You do need a college degree, but it can be in virtually any subject that you can think of. …

Business, Headline »

Looking After Your Employees (And Why It’s So Important!)

To do well in business, it really is vital that you have the right people on your team. You might have the best business idea imaginable, but you can’t do it all yourself; your employees are the many cogs in the finely tuned machine of your business. Getting the right people (and keeping them) is vital to your company’s success. Here are a few ways you can go about it.
Offer Good Employee Benefits
Providing excellent employee benefits will make your company an attractive place to work, and allow you to …

Headline, Personal Finance »

3 Things You should Do In Your 20s To Safeguard Your Financial Future

Your 20s are not just about exploring the world and having fun. They are a decade when you can lay down the foundations of a solid financial future for you and your family. If you make some wise financial decisions and investments in your 20s you will reap the rewards in later life.
Get on the property ladder as soon as you can
Purchasing your own home is a rite of passage and something that many young people aspire to. It has the obvious advantages over rented accommodation. You can keep …

Headline, Real Estate »

Shopping for Your First Home – Tips You Can Use

Once you make the big decision to start shopping for your first home, excitement kicks in as do nerves and stress. While it’s perfectly normal to go through a range of emotions during the experience, it’s also important to keep your head clear so that you make a decision that makes sense both from an emotional and financial standpoint.
Here are some tips you can follow that are meant to make the shopping experience for your first home as smooth and straightforward as possible.
Figure Out What You Can Afford
For those just …

Business, Headline »

Are You An Entrepreneur? Here Are The Essentials To Cover Your Back!

For every new company, there is a feeling of heading into the unknown. Regardless of whether you’ve owned a business before, you’re brand new to the whole situation, or even if you’re just a freelance worker, there will always be a sense of flying by the seat of your pants when you’re getting set up. But for every single company, there are fundamentals that need to be in place and have to stay in place for it to thrive.
Your Business Plan
 
Before you’ve even put pen to paper and agreed to …

Business, Headline »

What to Consider before Starting a Side Business

Not everyone can afford to pay their bills or live the life they want on a single job. While taking on another job could be the way for them to earn the money they want, they may be more inclined to start up their own business.
It’s certainly an appealing proposition to be your own boss and decide how much income you want to earn. However, there could be some things holding you back from making that happen. We are going to look at some of the legal ramifications of starting …

Debt, Headline »

Tips for Avoiding Debt

The average American owes $5,700 on a credit card. In isolation, this is not too bad, but when you tack on student loans, it soon becomes a frightening situation. The problem is that debt is growing. Interest rates are at an all-time low, and it has never been easier to borrow money.
The US economy is in recovery, and with a new president in the White House, many US citizens are feeling hopeful about the future. Unemployment has fallen in 10 states and remains stable in 36. Inflation is 2.2% right …