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How to Get a Loan Right Now

There are many situations where you need to have immediate cash to handle an emergency.  If you have rent due, an emergency medical bill, car repairs or another pressing expense, you don’t have time to wait for money to come in.  Unfortunately, getting an immediate loan can be really difficult. You do have some options available to you, but you need to explore them carefully and... ❯❯❯

Where to find the best bank loans

Finding the right loan is a job in itself. You want to make sure you get the best deal possible, with the most agreeable terms, your preferred repayment plan and the lowest interest rates. However, with a host of banks offering loans in the UAE – particularly since lending has been predicted to increase in the region by 6 per cent over the next year – where do you start? The UAE... ❯❯❯

5 High Paying Jobs That Are Low on Stress

If you could work what you would consider to be a dream job, what would it consist of? Would it be something that you enjoy doing? Would it be something that pays well? Perhaps it would be something that does not come with a lot of stress? Well, you might be fascinated to know that there are actually several kinds of careers that exist that have all of these characteristics combined. If... ❯❯❯

Advantages and Benefits of Senior Life Insurance

Over the next few decades an ageing population will have significant implications for Australia, according to the report “Australia to 2050: Future Challenges, January 2010 (Intergenerational Report 2010)” from the Attorney-General's Department, including issues for health and social care, participation in the labour force, and demand for housing. These issues are for society as a... ❯❯❯

One in Four Investors Have No Financial Plan

According to recent financial research, 26% of American investors have no plan or strategy when it comes to their investment portfolio. Almost 20% say believe they don’t need to work with professional financial planner to help them make the right investment decisions – their reasoning including not believing a plan was necessary, to feeling uncomfortable discussing finances with a... ❯❯❯

Managing Debt and Financial Goals

There is debt and then there is bad debt. Borrowing money to purchase a home or to pay for college can enrich the quality of your life and benefit you financially and personally for many years to come. But credit card debt or personal loans with high interest can crush you financially and prevent you from accomplishing many other goals you have for yourself. Falling behind on credit card payments... ❯❯❯

Financial Tips For Couples

Couples face a variety of unique financial issues while together. Each one has its own set of challenges and concerns. Proper preparation as well as knowledge of these topics can help people face the unique circumstances while maintaining stability.  Communication Is Important Couples should always communicate with each about money. Important conversations on the topic should occur before... ❯❯❯

How to save on knitting yarns

Knitting and a similar craft called nålbinding, which uses only one needle rather than two to create a woven web, have been practised for at least two millennia.  Some ancient pieces, created with very fine cotton thread, are remarkable for their intricate stitching and patterns, and if you wanted to set a goal for yourself in knitting you could do no better than to produce similar... ❯❯❯

Finding the Best Mobile Plan for Your Money

These days, it seems almost impossible to not own a cell phone. Not only are they convenient, but they have become so omnipresent that landlines are coming closer and closer to obsolescence. So, now the question is what is the right plan for you? There are so many options out there, it can be difficult to know what you want, or if you are getting the best deal possible. The first thing you need... ❯❯❯

Get the Appliances you Need on a Budget

Home appliances can be one of the costliest purchases you make for your home. Refrigerators, washers and dryers, ranges, stoves, and even smaller necessities like toasters and microwaves can really drain your bank account. could help you comfortably afford these essential items without spending from your monthly budget. Quality investments can cost a great deal of money... ❯❯❯