Money Management

Your Guide to Choosing a Tax-Saving Investment For 2017

April 13, 2017

It’s that time of the year again when savings are being counted and scrutinized to see if it falls within the tax kitty or not. It’s also that time of the year, when people start putting their money in saving schemes to save up on all that taxed income.   This situation is familiar with […]

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PPI Claims, and Keeping Your Own Money Safe

March 6, 2017

What is the PPI claims Scandal? PPI claims are still being issued at alarming rates all throughout the UK. For those not already in the care of PPI claims handlers, a PPI claims guide will help you understand the process. For those totally unfamiliar with the ongoing PPI scandal, we’ll take a little time to […]

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Recognizing the Substitution of Gold for Fiat Money

February 20, 2017

Is 2017 a viable tenure to invest in Gold as safety deposits? Investment bankers often suggest retirees to convert their IRA or 40iK savings to gold bullions or jewelry. Is it a proper investment decision? Many investors are understandably apprehensive in fear of losing the power of cash. After all, conversion of savings to gold […]

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Making Money Work For You So You Can Stop Working

January 26, 2017

Hey there DINKS! Today we have a guest post from fellow blogger, Jon Dulin. Enjoy! Most of us work for our money. We have to go to a job to earn an income so that we have the money to pay our bills and live life. But the rich really do have things figured out. […]

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Money Management Tips for Small Business Owners

January 16, 2017

Whether you are operating a small or a medium-sized business either as a seasoned veteran or as a newbie, you understand that efficient money management is an ingredient to a successful business. However, knowing something and actualizing it are two different items. Therefore, you need to think about a refresher course on financial management for […]

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Healthy Money Habits: How to Reduce Your Debt and Grow Richer

January 16, 2017

If you are struggling under a mountain of debt and want to find a way to reduce that debt burden and grow richer, it’s time to adopt some healthy money habits. You may not get out of your debt situation overnight, but take some positive action to improve your financial situation and you can accumulate […]

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The Financial Sector Has Been Urged to Enhance its Cyber Defences

December 30, 2016

The issue of cyber-security is an increasingly prevalent one, while it also has topical relevance given the discovery that Russian government-sponsored hacking groups had breached the Democratic Party’s firewalls during the election campaign. While the U.S have retaliated by expelling 35 Russian diplomats who were thought to have acted as intelligent agents inside the Whitehouse, […]

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Reducing Your Prescription Costs: Strategies for Saving Cash Before You Even Leave Your Doctor’s Office

December 28, 2016

The price of prescription drugs has skyrocketed in recent years, with May of 2016 showing a shocking 10% increase in just 12 months. For people with long-term medical conditions who regularly rely on prescriptions to get their medication, these price increases can be extremely worrying. Many are now in a position where they’re not even […]

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6 Expenses That You Should Review in the New Year

December 23, 2016

So many people proclaim that the next year will be their year. They are excited and determined to make things happen once it becomes January 1st. By February 1st, they are back to their old habits and ways. Saving money is usually a goal for many people for the New Year. It may be easier […]

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