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Could Your Finances Survive A Scare?

Have you ever thought about how you’d cope financially if life threw you a curveball? The trouble with our existence is that it’s impossible to predict what’s around the corner. One moment, everything can be perfect. The next, your life could be turned upside down. If you’re keen to be more diligent about your finances […]

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How To Protect Your Livelihood If You’ve Been Involved In An Accident

If you have been involved in an accident, not only will you have the stress of your injuries, but you may also be worried about your future financially. After all, an accident can mean loss of income for a lot of people, either because they are self-employed or their business does not provide sick pay. […]

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When Paying More For Your Health Isn’t The Right Answer

Financially smart individuals are constantly dancing a fine line with their money. They’re looking at how much they’re spending now while trying to manage how much they can put away for future plans. Finding what cost-cutting opportunities are available, as South Florida Medicare Specialists put it, you can guarantee yourself a more secure future.  But not enough […]

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Don’t Struggle In Silence With Debt and Money Issues

To give you an idea of how many people are in debt, a country such as the UK has 9 million people in serious debt at the moment. That’s 9 million people who are probably struggling so badly to get by. That’s 9 million people just in one country who are scared of not being […]

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New Year, New Financial Outlook

Every year we make promises to ourselves to make life better, healthier, and more prosperous. We aim to fix the problems that worry us and improve our prospects for the future. Much of this includes diet and exercise, but for many of us each year, we vow to get back on top of our finances. […]

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Financial Security: Myth or Misunderstanding?

Finances are always on our mind. It doesn’t matter if it’s about retirement, starting a business or education fees for our children, we always need to think about our financial situation and we need to make plans for the future. There are usually two types of people when it comes to managing finances; those who […]

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3 Ways To Take A Hands Off Approach To Your Financial Management

This contributed post is for informational purposes only. Please consult a business, financial and legal professional before making any decisions. We’re all busy people. There are only so many hours in the day, but there are seemingly countless numbers of tasks that we have to perform in those hours. Not feeling that you have enough […]

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3 Ways to Repair Bad Credit

Bad credit can do more harm to you than just preventing you from getting a loan or good interest rate. It can also make it more difficult for you to buy insurance, apply for a new credit card, rent an apartment, or even secure a job. With a poor credit score, you will have limited […]

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Unexpected Expenses Near Christmas – Funding Normal Life

It’s a common aspect of life; you always plan for the things that usually happen. You’ll save roughly the same amount for the weekly shop and the same amount for petrol in the car for the journeys to work and to the supermarket. Anyone who has had the misfortune of facing an unexpected expense will […]

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