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Watch Out For These Common Mistakes When Buying Gold

Bullion Vault Gold has an allure for humans that has lasted millennia - and is likely to last many years to come, too. However, as with any other investment, you have to be careful not to get carried away with any romantic notions when it comes to buying. In today’s guide, we’re going to go through a few different issues that crop up with regularity when people buy gold. So, if you... ❯❯❯

The Secrets To Profiting From Undeveloped Land

They say that bricks and mortar are the classic way of making money even in times of economic strife. What you might not realise is one can make a profit out of land alone! People end up acquiring land for all kinds of reasons. For example, they might get a parcel of land as part of their inheritance from a loved one. Or they might move to a new home with acres of spare land they will seldom use.... ❯❯❯

Tips For Trading CFD Online

By trading CFD online, you can take the advantages of price movements of global financial markets without actually buying or selling of underlying instruments directly. An upward as well as a downward price movement can be used positively in CFD trading and you can profit even when the market is falling for the underlying assets. But as every type of financial trading involves risk and proper risk... ❯❯❯

The Cost of Cosmetic Treatment Around the World

Cosmetic treatments are becoming increasingly popular as we all strive to look our best. From DIY facials at home to the ultimate in face and body makeovers offering tailor-made surgical options to nip and tuck in all the right places. Of course, looking good doesn’t necessarily mean cosmetic surgery, and nowadays there are new innovations coming to market all the time, blurring the lines... ❯❯❯

Why We Should get Dental Treatment Abroad?

In these days of austerity we’re all looking to save a little money where we can. When it comes to healthcare, including dentistry, it’s not always easy to make savings as most of the time your health isn’t a negotiable subject. It’s a fact that of those of us with insurance, most of us are woefully underinsured and would have large out-of-pocket expenses if we did develop... ❯❯❯

A Good Business Accountant: 6 Month End Tips

Just as you perform the daily and weekly accounting functions for your business, you also need to cope up with the monthly or end of month accounting functions in order to keep your accounting system (and your business) in good shape and well-organized. Here are 6 things you need to do at the end of each month. Balancing the checkbook is the same way you reconcile your personal checking... ❯❯❯

Tips to Help You Save on Your Auto Insurance

Finding the right insurance provider is a hustle for many people. Even when their car insurance policies cost them a considerable sum annually, they’d rather not be bothered to search for a more affordable insurance policy. The average annual rate for car insurance is currently $900 according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. This average figure has been... ❯❯❯

How to Donate Your Boat to Charity for a Tax Deduction

Donating to charity is a great way to help out those in need. Charities are created for the purpose of raising awareness about a specific cause, giving people a chance to donate their time, money, and property in order to help those affected. There are hundreds of charities people can donate to, including charities promoting awareness about specific diseases, awareness about people affected by... ❯❯❯

How to Find the Best Investment Advice

When you invest, you are putting your own money at risk. Therefore, you do not want to take investment advice from just anyone. Additionally, even though there are several places to find great investment advice, you also cannot trust suggestions just because of their source. This means you must also sort through the advice and know what to follow and what to disregard. Here are a few tips for... ❯❯❯

How Plastic Became the New Cash

It was premature based on the statistics available at the time, but back in 2006 our favorite financial family board game Monopoly made the switch to plastic over the bright colored bills we all grew up with. Mr. Moneybags decision to dump cash was an attempt to get with the times as 70% of adults shifted more purchases to plastic than they did before the millennium. Nearly ten years after the... ❯❯❯