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4 Options To Consider When Investing Your Inheritance

***Collaborative post*** The topic of inheritance is not always a pleasant one, but there are many circumstances where it makes sense to use inheritance as investment capital. Whether you’re working with a substantial sum of money or just enough to buy your first home, learning how to invest your inheritance can help create a profitable […]

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Are These The Reasons Why Your Energy Bills Are So High?

***Collaborative post*** Love them or loathe them (admit it, it’s the latter), you can’t get away from your energy bills. Oh sure, you could barricade your mailbox to deter the mailman from gaining access, but your energy bill companies would still find a way to reach you.  If your energy bills aren’t too high, you […]

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Innovative Ideas To Increase Your Income Without Working Overtime

***Collaborative post*** It’s no secret that most of us would like to have more disposable income. You might feel like it’s impossible to boost your earnings without signing up for overtime or getting another job, but there are alternatives. In this guide, we’ll explore some innovative ideas to increase your income.  Investing If you’re looking […]

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Ways to Make Some Extra Money on the Side

***Collaborative post*** It’s easy to feel like money is short and you can’t make ends meet in the way you would like to. If that’s the situation you feel you’re in right now, maybe now is time to change things once and for all. There are lots of ways to increase your income by making […]

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Teaching Your Children Important Money-Handling Lessons

***Collaborative post*** It’s important to be somewhat competent at managing your financial affairs. It’s not nice having to pinch and save and to live on a shoestring budget, but we all have to do it from time to time (or many do at least), and so knowing those skills, perhaps learning them in childhood, can […]

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4 Reasons To Avoid Credit Cards When You’re Skint

It’s nearing the end of the month and your bank balance is looking bare. It’s so low that you can’t afford a drink and a packet of peanuts in your local establishment. Yes, you’re officially skint. People say they are broke and have no money, but they don’t mean it. Their balance might be low, […]

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Cutting the Cost of Living in London

***Collaborative post*** London is a fantastic place to live your best life and achieve your career goals. For centuries, the big smoke has been a thriving hub of industry, commerce, science and technology. Not to mention having a plethora of awesome attractions, delectable restaurants, cool cafes, trendy bars and more exquisite parks than you could […]

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The Future of The UK Real Estate Market

***Collaborative post*** For years, the people of Britain have been known for the fact that most of them choose to own houses and not rent them. However, the recent soaring prices of buying houses, over the past two decades has influenced this factor causing more people to turn to renting. However, this is not the […]

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***Collaborative post*** With mounting student loan debt and limited part time job availability, many college students and recent college graduates are finding it difficult to get a leg up in the financial world without having established credit. Without credit, college students can find it incredibly difficult to perform basic tasks such as renting an apartment […]

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How to Manage a Short-Term Shortfall in Your Budget

A temporary decrease in your cash flow can create major problems for you. It may be difficult for you to make ends meet. Fortunately, there are ways that you can manage a shortfall in your budget. Cut Out Unnecessary Things If you want to know how to manage a shortfall, then you will need to […]

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Finding Deals to Pay Necessary Bills

Take the time to save money There is always a good time to sit down and think about your finances, to work out if you could actually be saving a little bit more than you already are. Savings don’t just have to be for a rainy day fund. Instead, you could be looking to a […]

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Kick High Bills To The Curb

A few ways you could lower your bills… Nobody wants to spend all their hard-earned money on bills. But, for the average person, high bills are just an accepted part of life: something they put up with without question. The problem with this is that paying out lots of money on bills reduces your disposable […]

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3 Ways To Recover Unhealthy Personal Finances

Ways you can recover Life is full of ups and downs, just like our bank accounts. Sometimes, however, we need some extra help in order to get back on our feet after a particularly mean couple of months and the help is always within reach. If your finances have been suffering lately, or even for […]

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Unique Debt-Relief Tricks That You Never Thought Of

You’re in debt but dying to get out of it? Join the club! Almost everyone who has to pay off the minimum amount on their credit card each month wishes their account wasn’t overdrawn. Unfortunately, dreams don’t come true when you have the national average of £8,000 debt on your back. It’s not as if […]

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Are You Struggling To Achieve Financial Stability?

Are you struggling to achieve financial stability? Being financially stable requires more than a decent income. That’s why so many people struggle with their money. Perhaps you find yourself in the same boat. But your salary might be better than you realise; it might simply be that you’re squandering it on unnecessary things. Financial stability […]

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