Three Ways a Metal Home Will Help You Save Money

Your home is your biggest investment. If you invest properly, it can save you a lot of money. If you aren’t smart about your investment, it could end up costing you in the long run. If you’re getting ready to build a new house, there are many ways you can save. But, one of the best ways to save is to build with metal instead of wood.…continue reading →
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Do You Actually Need a Financial Planner?

As you grow older and evaluate your financial situation, the question might cross your mind: “Do I need a financial planner?” Honestly, the answer depends on your personal preference and financial goals. …continue reading →
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Do you need help managing debt

It is easy for debt to get the better of you, but there is help at hand. A debt management is one option that is available to those who are in debt, but is it the right solution for you? There are many factors to consider before entering into any…Keep reading
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The debt problem – how much do you owe?

Over a third of Brits have no clue about how much they owe on credit cards, according to worrying new research. They are also in the dark about what interest rates they are being charged, which means that many will be in for a rude awakening when they next check…Keep reading
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7 Ways To Cut Costs But Still Live Large

As a whole, humans are incredibly inefficient creatures. I’m including myself, you, and most people in this assessment to make it fair. Did you know that heavy drinking costs employers $220 billion a year in lost productivity while its cousin, hangovers, cost a similar $160 billion in workplace productivity? In fact, I’d even go as far as to say that we’re built to be inefficient - we’re built to find the laziest solution that adequately solves a problem and not necessarily the most optimal one.…continue reading →
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Half of us are struggling to cope with a long term debt problem

A survey has unveiled the chilling economic realities for Britons today. It showed that nearly half of us feel that we are not able to cope on our current income levels. The survey was conducted by the consumer group 'Which?' and it makes for very alarming reading. The findings also…Keep reading
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