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Main Benefits of Selling your Home Speedily

by Guest March 19, 2014

The British real estate market is continuing to roar ahead in 2014, with residential properties in particularly high demand. According to UK building society Halifax, the month of January alone saw a reported residential price rise of 1.1% nationwide and an overall gain of 7.3% over the course of the last twelve months. This is […]

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3 Easy Tips to Help You Conquer Your Small Business Taxes

by Guest February 3, 2014

How did your tax season go this year? If you’re like most small business owners, simply reading that sentence caused you to shudder in fear and disgust. It’s okay – you’re not alone. Tax time can be a stressful time, but that doesn’t mean you have to relive the same nightmare every single year. There […]

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Half of the World’s Adults Don’t Have Bank Accounts: Should You?

by Guest February 3, 2014

A recent World Bank report uncovered the fact that over 2.5 billion people in the world do not having a bank account. In other words, nearly half of the world’s population does not have a bank account. About 25% of low income individuals use another way to save and spend money without going to a […]

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Things to watch out for with structured settlements

by Guest January 22, 2014

Before moving into the pros and cons of structured settlements, let’s first make sure that you understand the concept which structured settlements revolve around. This is of paramount importance since any kind of wrong assumption or knowledge can lead to some detrimental impacts which cannot be reversed even if you want to. Therefore, knowing how […]

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How to Minimize Risk as a Forex Trader

by Guest December 9, 2013

While the UK economy appears to embarking on an upward curve, there are concerns that this growth cannot be sustained on a long-term basis. This is due to the underlying factors that are driving growth, as artificial stimulus measures and heavy consumer borrowing continue to create a false sense of prosperity among households and business […]

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