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[3 Dec 2020 | Comments Off on How to Support an Elderly Relative this Christmas | ]
How to Support an Elderly Relative this Christmas

Christmas is approaching, which for many of us means lots of food, fun and festivities. However, Christmas is looking different this year. Cases of Covid are still high, which means that we will have to socially distance and take extra care. This is especially important among the most vulnerable in society, which includes the elderly. 
While Christmas will feel unusual and you might not get to spend it with your elderly relatives, it’s important to ensure that you still support them. Here are some ways to do so. 
Ease financial pressure
Christmas can …

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[1 Dec 2020 | Comments Off on How to Choose a Side Hustle in Your Twenties | ]
How to Choose a Side Hustle in Your Twenties

Do you wish you had a little bit of extra money in your pockets at the end of every month? Picking up a side hustle might be one way to accomplish this goal.
There are so many different ways to go about earning money these days outside of just working a regular 9-to-5. It’s why over 50% of people say that they have at least one side hustle.
Those in their twenties, in particular, are great candidates for side hustles. They usually have the time and the freedom to devote to them.
Here …

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[1 Dec 2020 | Comments Off on 3 Benefits of Owning a Buy to Let Property in Birmingham | ]
3 Benefits of Owning a Buy to Let Property in Birmingham

Are you looking for a source of steady monthly income? Have you ever considered becoming a property investor? Buy-to-let properties have increased in popularity in the UK owing to the insufficient number of houses and flats for residents to invest in.
The lack of housing has made homes tremendously expensive for most individuals to afford, leaving them with no other alternative but becoming tenants. The rental yield provided by buy-to-let properties makes them appealing to investors. There is a multitude of Birmingham property options allowing investors to take advantage of the …

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[17 Nov 2020 | Comments Off on If You’re Held in Contempt, Here’s What You Need to Know | ]
If You’re Held in Contempt, Here’s What You Need to Know

You have probably heard of the phrase, ‘being held in contempt.’ On the other hand, do you know what it means? Many people don’t know exactly what being held in contempt means and that is something I seek to remedy using this article. Recent developments in the American justice system have brought the issue of contempt into the fray.
The process by which someone can be held in contempt is very interesting as we will see below. However, first things first. Let us begin by finding out exactly what being held …

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[17 Nov 2020 | Comments Off on Positives to Real Estate Investing | ]
Positives to Real Estate Investing

It is no secret that many people are making a lot of money from investing in real estate. Real estate investors like Paul Daneshrad have been a handsome living at it and it could be their sole source of income. It probably is not because all investors know you must have a diverse portfolio of investment. We would like to outline some of the positives of investing in real estate for those of you that still are not sure that is the best way for you to invest.
Real estate appreciates. …

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[8 Nov 2020 | Comments Off on Retail Trading vs. Proprietary Trading | ]
Retail Trading vs. Proprietary Trading

If you want to actively trade stocks, there are generally two different paths you can take: proprietary trading or retail trading. Many new traders don’t know the difference between these two types of trading. However, if you want to figure out which option is best for you, you need to be able to distinguish them from one another. Check out this detailed comparison between retail trading and proprietary trading.
What Is Retail Trading?
Retail trading is when you trade securities for your own personal accounts, and it is simpler than proprietary trading. …

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[8 Nov 2020 | Comments Off on Do All Credit Scores Have To Be Perfect? | ]
Do All Credit Scores Have To Be Perfect?

Understanding your credit score can be a time-consuming process, especially as so many lenders use several different ranges to determine a poor credit score. However, it is possible to determine whether your credit score is positive or negative and begin to improve this in the near future. In this article, we will be providing you with some insight into whether or not your negative credit score will affect your ability to be accepted for loans.
How To Determine A Poor Credit Score?
When looking to apply for alternative finance you should …

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[29 Oct 2020 | Comments Off on Cash Reserves: How Much Money Should You Save When Buying a House? | ]
Cash Reserves: How Much Money Should You Save When Buying a House?

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments that you’re ever going to make. On average, people are spending a little over $200,000 on houses today.
But obviously, you aren’t going to have to pay cash for a home upfront if you don’t want to do it. You can take out a mortgage on a home and pay for it slowly over time.
You will usually want to have some cash reserves so that you can make a down payment on a house, though. You should save for a house for a few …