Festivities And The Dreaded C-word

October 29, 2013
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If, like most people, you face the same cashflow issues every year. All those end of the year festivities and the dreaded c-word, (that’s right, it’s not even November and I’m already talking about Christmas) you know that come January, you’ll be stretching the weekly food budget by eating pasta pesto for the entire month. […]

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Savings Talk – Face Practicals Head-on

September 19, 2013
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This isn’t one of those 5 reasons to build your savings posts. I know, you know it’s important to have a savings fund, you know the reasons too; household emergencies, unforeseen expenses etc. Most of us have bigger dreams and ambitions than having a bit of money set aside in case the boiler packs up. […]

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Entry Level Fund Management Through Social Trading

August 1, 2013
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Trading in stocks is a timely process. Buying cheap, means being able to identify when a company is undervalued by its share price. This involves in depth knowledge of the company, and a sophisticated understanding of the market variables that might have an effect on the share price. Most of us don’t have enough time […]

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Start-Ups – The Benefits Of A Small Budget

July 18, 2013
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So you’ve had an idea for a company; you need to hire some office space to work from, a developer to build your product, a digital agency to do your branding and build your website, a legal filing company (e.g. Sun Document Filings) to take care of the complicated stuff… That’s how you start a […]

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Money Saving At Your Fingertips

June 14, 2013
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I think it’s fair to say, most of us are lost without our mobile. You might use your phone for emails, texts, Instagram, Facebook, as a phone(novel), for watching youtube, listening to music, and making purchases, etc. What you might not be using your phone for, is keeping up to date on your finances, and […]

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Wealth Management: What Happened To The Safe Options?

April 29, 2013

I have long been a believer that no one should wait until later in life, to get their head around investment options. Wealth management goes hand in hand with investing, but many of us fall into the easy investment options, which sit on the blurred line between savings and investments, like saving accounts and cash […]

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Debt And Creativity

April 15, 2013
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Critical thinking is something that has to be nurtured and given room to develop in the young. It could be argued that if we miss this step, we will end up with a society full of idiots who can’t do anything but follow orders. The much respected Noam Chomsky believes that students who acquire large […]

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Universal Truths

April 4, 2013
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There is no simple set of instructions that can guarantee success, or happiness. Everyone is different and therefore has a different path to take. However, there are universal truths that apply to everyone. Whenever I feel like I’m not moving along my path fast enough, I like to remind myself of a few of these […]

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Are You A Hoarder? Kick The Habit Now

February 27, 2013

Do you have overflowing cupboards and boxes of old things stowed away in your attic or garage, and are you loath to throw anything out? Some people are born hoarders, genetically predisposed to keep more than they need. If this sounds like you or someone you know, we are here to help with some top […]

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Productivity Tips For Working From Home

February 18, 2013
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Working from home can be a luxury, but if you let it, it can also be your downfall. I’ve been working from home for a couple of years now, and have broken every rule in the book. I’ve let everything disrupt my work, from tv to sleep, instagram to the gym, and everything in between. […]

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