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Online Personal Finance Resources

If you are trying to manage your personal finances, you likely know that there is a lot that goes into it. You have to consider your credit score, as well as the implications of your current financial situation on your future financial situation. When you are looking into online resources for personal finance, there are many things that can help you, depending on your specific situation. One... ❯❯❯

Business finance for eBay sellers

Sales – they lie at the very heart of any business. The more sales you make, the healthier the bottom line of your business accounts and potential for further growth. Increasing your sales and developing new markets in a fast-changing world may take imagination and innovation on the part of your business, which needs to explore every available marketing platform and eye-catching exposure to... ❯❯❯

Improving Your Personal Finances So You Can Start A Business

Do you know that personal debt is more than four times bigger than government debt in the UK? The average household has over £50,000 of debt, and it is likely that this number will continue to rise. So if you live in the UK and you have personal debt, you’re not alone – but your debt could cause lots of problems if you want to start a business. Bad credit can... ❯❯❯

Selling Your Business: How To Prepare For A Financial Windfall?

Selling your business is not only a financial decision, but also an emotional one, which is something that can sometimes overwhelm a seasoned entrepreneur. When you start and run a business of your own, it becomes a part of your identity and there can be difficulty trying to separate it from everything else in your life. So, when you’re thinking of selling your business, it also feels like... ❯❯❯

5 Reasons You Should Consider Investing in Land Instead of Real Estate Property

Many investors overlook the idea of investing in vacant land, and spend their time searching for real estate property to invest in, instead. Land, however, is a very smart investment because it doesn’t require much maintenance (there’s nothing to replace, renovate or repair) and there are little to no expenses (no strata fees, taxes, utilities or plumbing costs.) Since you won’t... ❯❯❯

Smart Money Moves to Make Before Starting Your Business

If you dream of being your own boss, setting your own schedule, and watching something you created skyrocket from the ground up, then being an entrepreneur is a great idea. However, you can’t just start a business without first giving it some true thought and understanding the moves you need to make for it to happen. After all, starting a business is an investment, and if you don’t... ❯❯❯

Why Physical Security is Just as Important as Online Security for Companies

With the ever-looming threat of cybercrime, businesses tend to focus the majority of their resources in the development of online security, encrypting essential data, and various anti-cybercrime techniques.  Cybersecurity should be a priority for any business. But it is ineffective if someone comes into your establishment and gets their hands on your server, amongst other things that could... ❯❯❯

Add These 5 Things to Your Car To Save on Insurance

Saving on car insurance isn’t always about finding the best car insurance premium or the deductible that makes the most sense for you. When purchasing car insurance, you want to consider what you can do to the vehicle you drive so that you can come to your insurance provider with a safe and reliable vehicle. This puts you in a great position to receive lower premiums, and make your car... ❯❯❯

Avoiding The Bad Credit Pitfalls

Bad credit can wreck your financial prospects. Actions you take years before your desired house, car or other purchase can come back to haunt you, given the long memories of lenders and credit companies. If you’re not clued up on your credit report, that’s fine. Many people aren’t, and they can seem complicated. Clearing your old debt is the first step to repairing... ❯❯❯

What does unoccupied property insurance cover?

Your home insurance, whether owner-occupier or landlord, will typically specify a maximum number of consecutive days your property can remain unoccupied before your insurance is at risk. That period might vary but it’s typically in the range of 30-45 consecutive days. Once that passes, if you wish your cover to continue without issue, you’ll typically need unoccupied property... ❯❯❯