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BY Rachel | 8 November, 2016 | No Comments

Credit is a pretty simple thing, but somehow it manages to confuse people. Credit is built when you borrow money from lenders. If you have a great habit of making your payments every month, your credit will build and you’ll be able to borrow higher amounts of money the higher your credit rating is.

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BY Rachel | 28 October, 2016 | No Comments

When it comes to buying a car there are a number of strategies you can use to get a great deal. Research reveals that 64% of those who tried to negotiate when buying a car were successful, with just 16% of those failing to get a discount on the price. There are other ways to get a good deal besides…

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BY Rachel | 27 October, 2016 | No Comments

A regulated binary broker needs to comply with the rules and regulations of a specific governing body.  In the UK this is the FCA.  It is important to understand that there is a difference between being regulated by a body and being registered with one:

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BY Rachel | 27 October, 2016 | No Comments

You can do everything possible to prepare your home for a tornado and to watch the road when you’re driving, but you have no control over nature or other drivers. That means that no matter how safe and prepared you are accidents can and will happen. That is why you need to be prepared for the accidents themselves.

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BY Rachel | 19 October, 2016 | No Comments

Most people who aren’t investing as a way to build their retirement nest egg have an excuse. It is a simple fact that most people who are not trying to grow a nest egg are in debt with less-than-stellar credit. They are more focused on looking for a way to stop themselves from getting deeper in debt.

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BY Rachel | 3 October, 2016 | No Comments

It can be inconvenient when employees need to spend money on behalf of the company.  After all, corporate credit cards cannot be given to everyone, reimbursement can take weeks, and receipts often get lost during the shuffle. It isn’t a requirement for business to use traditional expense methods, so why not look into a more convenient, streamlined method?

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BY Rachel | 24 September, 2016 | No Comments

When it comes to money management, you want to think in two directions. One direction is going to be up – how to make money, save money, create value, and progress! And the other direction is down – you want to know how to manage money when the chips are scattered – bankruptcy, divorce, and complicated taxes are the nemesis…

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BY Rachel | 21 September, 2016 | No Comments

Job security is something that people aim for, but you have to land the job in the first place to get the security later. When the types of jobs that come available on the market are the ones that everybody is fighting for, the competition makes it even harder and more unlikely that you’ll be the one to land the…

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BY Rachel | 19 September, 2016 | No Comments

Financial planning isn’t only for families in California making beaucoup bucks, or those buying and selling stocks on wall street. Creating a financial plan can benefit people and in any income bracket with any type of financial goal. According to forbes.com, the way you get into the higher income bracket is to have a financial plan. Understanding your current financial…

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BY Rachel | 28 August, 2016 | No Comments

Mаnу people fantasize аbоut lоttеrу winnings аnd ѕреnd соuntlеѕѕ hours planning hоw they will ѕреnd their jасkроt. While bесоmіng a mіllіоnаіrе wоuld frее уоu frоm fіnаnсіаl problems, wіnnіng lаrgе ѕumѕ of money соuld bring mоrе рrоblеmѕ than ever imagined. 

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