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Family Finance: How to Take Care of Your Money after Suffering a Workplace Injury

Family Finance: How to Take Care of Your Money after Suffering a Workplace Injury

| February 23, 2018 | 0 Comments

Many workplace injuries are relatively minor, and the individual affected can quickly recover and get back to work. Other injuries may be serious, and they make take weeks or months to recover from. Some injuries are so serious that they result in a permanent disability. When you are unable to work for even a short […]

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A Guide to Financial Terms

A Guide to Financial Terms

| February 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Shockingly, under 40% of people know what ‘inflation’ means, according to a study by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Taking strides to improve financial knowledge in the UK is True Potential LLP, the parent company of shares ISA provider, True Potential Investor. Through a partnership with the Open University, the financial services […]

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How to Save for Goals as a Couple

How to Save for Goals as a Couple

| February 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

There are so many advantages to enter into a long term relationship with someone that you love. In the beginning, it’s all heart eyes and the kind of memory montage filled with romantic nights and laughing in the car while your favorite songs play. The longer that you’re in a relationship with someone, your everyday […]

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Crash and Burn: How an Auto Accident Can Wreck Your Finances

Crash and Burn: How an Auto Accident Can Wreck Your Finances

| February 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

A car accident can be emotionally and physically challenging to deal with. It can be a long process to get over and recover from depending on the damages. This is especially true when it comes to any financial issues that arise from the accident as well because it will add to the stress of it […]

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Be Wise with Money Before you Turn 30!

Be Wise with Money Before you Turn 30!

| February 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Did you know it’s essential to start saving for your future at the right time and age? Be it an investment plan such as mutual funds, stocks, recurring deposits and fixed deposits or other plans; you need to play wisely with the money to let it return big returns! Yes, 30 a life stage when […]

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How the State You Live in May Determine the Cost of Your Necessities

How the State You Live in May Determine the Cost of Your Necessities

| January 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

The state that you live dictates your cost of living. Some expenses may be more in some states than in others. Here are some ways to stretch your budget without having to move out of state: Gasoline Usage You can cut down on your gasoline usage by limiting how much you drive your car. Driving […]

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Ain’t Broke: How Financial Planners Fix Your Finances for the Future

Ain’t Broke: How Financial Planners Fix Your Finances for the Future

| January 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Preparing your finances for the future is understandably one of your primary goals, and you may have already devoted a considerable amount of time and effort to try to get your finances on track in the past. However, despite your best efforts, you may be struggling to achieve any significant progress toward your goals. A […]

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Time to Move? 4 Thrifty Tricks to Get You Into Your New Place Quickly

Time to Move? 4 Thrifty Tricks to Get You Into Your New Place Quickly

| January 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Most of us will have to move at some point in our lives. Moving can be a very stressful process. It can also be expensive. Fortunately, there are ways that you can cut your moving expenses. Get Rid of Excess Junk You probably have things in your home that you no longer need. Taking the […]

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Steps to Rid Your Life of Clutter

Steps to Rid Your Life of Clutter

| December 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Nobody likes living in a cluttered home (that’s not hyperbole – literally no one likes it). Clutter is more than just a mess that we have to clean up. It’s an extra expense that weighs us down, and a responsibility that takes up more mental energy than you would think. Having clutter throughout your home […]

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