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Saving on Student Bank Accounts

If you are swimming in the midst of your university or post university education, you are in a sweet spot for acquiring a bank account with no fees, few strings attached, and plenty of rewards and student oriented perks targeted just to you. Because students often find themselves in one of the stickiest financial situations around due to the bottomless pits of educational loans, debt, tuition... ❯❯❯

Small Business Marketing on a Budget

As a small business owner, you know all too well how important it is to stretch every dollar, but at the same time, you realize how critical it is for you to effectively market your business if you want to remain profitable. And while there are plenty of PR and marketing firms and consultants who would be more than glad to develop a marketing program for you, the cost for such programs can be... ❯❯❯

Investing in the Sunshine State is a Smart Move

Unbeknownst to many, Florida has been, and continues to be one of the most popular locations to invest in real estate – for many more reasons than you may think. One of these reasons is that the number of cities in Florida that are alluring to outsiders is increasing. While just a few years ago Key West and Miami were the primary locations that had people flocking to the Sunshine State,... ❯❯❯

Save on New Year's Eve Expenses by Planning Ahead

The holidays are typically the time of year when caution is thrown to the wind, the wallet is open and ample to every and all expenses, and the spirit of celebration and festivities overwhelms even the savviest of savers. In particular, New Year's Eve is one of the most raucous and bacchanalian nights of the year, when thousands of pounds are shelled out for fine champagne, fancy dresses and... ❯❯❯

Save Big on Your Christmas Presents by Re-Gifting

Once considered slightly on the fence as far as gifting etiquette and only sometimes socially acceptable (and then perhaps only among close family), re-gifting has become completely accepted and now even encouraged. Perhaps because of the rise of the reduce, reuse, and recycle way of thinking and perhaps simply because people are tired of having to cram unwanted gifts into the backs of their... ❯❯❯

Accidents that Are Eligible for Monetary Compensation

There is a vast grey area when it comes to knowing what sorts of accidents may be financially compensated and what sorts cannot. If you have been in an accident of some kind, one of your first thoughts may be – beyond the initial physical pain or bodily injury, of course – related to whether or not you can expect to be financially compensated for this inconvenience and suffering. In... ❯❯❯

11 High Paying Blue Collar Jobs That Might Surprise You

Mike Rowe, the host of the fascinating TV show “Dirty Jobs,” has long been an advocate for the types of jobs that many people view as undesirable and low paying work. Skilled labor and trades are actually experiencing shortages because many people feel like doing physical work is beneath their dignity. Most of these job vacancies can be filled by people who do not have college... ❯❯❯

Reasons to Apply for a Terrific CBS Student Loan

There are varying opinions about whether or not one should incur debt. Some people will say out and out that having debt is bad, while others prophesize that some debt can be positive if it is used towards something that will appreciate in value, add value to your life or act as an investment such as property or an educational degree. A Critical Achievement in Life CBS loans are an ideal example... ❯❯❯

The Vehicle that Couldn’t - What to Do When Your Car is a Write-Off

Some faithful cars that have served you reliably for some time just aren’t able to make it out of even small and non severe collisions, even if you have counted on their steadily purring motors for many years. Particularly in the cases of older vehicles or those who were nearing the end of their driving life, anyway, they may be done in completely by a relatively non serious fender bender or... ❯❯❯

Succeed in Your Career by Setting These 7 Goals

As the new year rolls in many people have fitness oriented goals, or wish to spend more time with their families. It is also a good time for people to make plans for their future career success. Mark McCormack wrote a book that touches on goal setting: What They Don’t Teach You At Harvard Business School. This book gives details concerning a study that took place in 1979. The study was... ❯❯❯