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[30 Aug 2016 | No Comment | ]
Mistakes New Home Buyers Must Avoid

The property market is like a massive maze and finding your way can be tricky. What’s the goal of the average home buyer? You’re looking to find a property that you love and purchase it for the best possible price. During this process, you don’t want to lose money, and you certainly don’t want to lose the chance at buying a fantastic home. Unfortunately, both of these issues are regular occurrences for home buyers. You need to know how to avoid the problems and get the best home buy possible. …

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[30 Aug 2016 | No Comment | ]
Getting Your Finances Back on Track After an Injury

When someone suffers from a serious injury, people often think only about the pain and trauma. While that is often what is on someone’s mind most of the time when they’re injured, there are other consequences. An injury can take quite a financial toll in ways you may not have considered.
It can be difficult to keep everything together in your head when you’ve suffered an injury. Thankfully, it’s not impossible to find a path back to financial security. You do need to start taking action as soon as you …

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[25 Aug 2016 | No Comment | ]
Home Staging – Can It Make Your Property Sell Faster?

When someone comes to your home for a viewing, they make snap decisions in seconds, and even the smallest thing can put them off. Unfortunately, most homes for sale are quite lived in, whereas buyers want sleek show homes that don’t require any improvement. Luckily, there are things you can do to improve your home, and one way to do this is cheaply is through home staging.
What is home staging?
Home staging basically refers to setting up your home so it’s more appealing to buyers. It means removing things that are …

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[16 Aug 2016 | No Comment | ]
The New Face of Money Management

Money management is an ever-evolving field, with new technologies rolling out and becoming outdated more quickly than many users can adopt them. In this dizzying space, it’s important to identify the trends that will stick around — and to disregard those that are a mere blip on the radar. It’s easy for financial professionals to get so caught up in the minutia of following stocks and speculating on the economy that they forget to appreciate the bigger picture. The next time you’re searching for a fresh approach to your money …

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[5 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on How to Build your Pension Contributions in 3 Simple Steps | ]
How to Build your Pension Contributions in 3 Simple Steps

While it is easy for younger people to ignore the benefits of paying into a private pension plan, this is something that delivers considerable rewards when you finally finish your working life and retire. The issue is that pension rules are notoriously complex, and while experts such as Tilney break these down for clients they can be hard for laymen to process. Once you begin to understand the mechanics of how pensions work you can begin to leverage them for your advantage, however, creating a more positive and progressive financial …

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[2 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on How to Save For a House Deposit When You’re in Your 20s | ]
How to Save For a House Deposit When You’re in Your 20s

Your 20s are a time to enjoy yourself and try new things, but it’s never too early to think about the future. With house prices on the rise, wannabe homeowners are needing bigger and bigger deposits, which means you’ll need longer to save. However, even if you can only afford to put away a little bit a month, it all helps. Here are some hints for 20-somethings who want to get on the property ladder.
Set yourself a target
Many young people may have a rough idea about house prices, but not …

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[1 Aug 2016 | Comments Off on How You Can Save Money At Home | ]
How You Can Save Money At Home

Whether you are set to graduate this year or have landed your first real job or have decided to go to university. Living on your own in your twenties is exciting but this is the time when responsibilities start to mount up including bills and finances. Throughout your twenties it is a time to have fun but it is equally a time to start shaping your future. Here is a list of things that you can do to save money at home which can then be put into a savings …

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[24 Jul 2016 | Comments Off on So You Want To Start An App Business? | ]
So You Want To Start An App Business?

Apps are a huge business these days, not to mention a big part of our day to day lives! Like a lot of budding young entrepreneurs, you might have some big plans for breaking into the industry with your own app development firm. The good news is that this young niche is still going strong. The bad news is that it’s extremely competitive! Because of this, it’s integral to go in with a solid plan and a keen understanding of app businesses. Here, I’ve written a brief guide to getting …