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Top 5 Frugal Driving Tips

Being a frugal driver is important in this day and age. Being a frugal driver is important for a number of reasons. One of the biggest reasons is fuel efficiency. Fuel expenses can be one of the biggest car ownership expenses there is. You not only have to pay for fuel, but also insurance and a whole host miscellaneous expenses. At the end of the day, you must be left wondering: is it even worth... ❯❯❯

Top Tips for Clearing Debt

Image taken by Mukumbura on Flickr Top Tips for Clearing Debt: 5 ways to reduce your debt and save money Consolidating your debts in order to reduce your expenditure makes perfect sense, but doing so fully informed about the ramifications ensures that any decisions are made from a position of knowledge rather than desperation.    Take some advice Debt management... ❯❯❯

Painless Techniques To Save Money

When most people hear about the newest techniques to save money, right away they assume they are going to have to make a drastic change or give up their favorite necessities. The fact is that you can really save a substantial amount of money each year with some painless techniques that you can begin utilizing immediately. Here are a few money saving techniques you can use that can help you build a... ❯❯❯

5 Ways to Save Money on Graphic Design Expenses

When advertising and marketing for your business, using graphic design elements can significantly improve your ad investments and positively impact your company. However, graphic designers are often very expensive to hire. If you plan well, you can reduce cost and save money on graphic design expenses. Here are 5 easy ways to save money on graphic design expenses. 1.Plan out your graphic design... ❯❯❯

Why Public Liability Insurance is Essential for Your Business

Although Public Liability Insurance isn’t a legal requirement, it is vital for most types of business. This is especially true if you work with customers. There are a number of reasons why you should make sure that your business has customer liability insurance, here’s why it’s essential. What is Public Liability Insurance? Public Liability Insurance is a type of insurance... ❯❯❯

The Bank Of Mum And Dad – Can You Cut Down Opening Hours?

When your child goes off to university it can be a worrying time. Not only is there the detachment of your young one flying the nest, but there is also the fear of how well you have prepared them for the outside world. If you want to encourage your children to learn to stand on their own two feet and take responsibility where money is concerned, try to educate rather than continually bailing them... ❯❯❯

Instant Riches: Stop Wasting Your Money on These Five Things

Wasting money. It's become almost a national pastime. It seems like people are actually inventing new ways to waste money every day. For example, some people refuse to eat leftovers, kick up the heat during the wintertime so they can walk around the house in a t-shirt and underwear, and leave leave the lights on in several rooms while they're at work. With new technologies in online video,... ❯❯❯

Top 5 Last Minute Tips for Maximizing Your Tax Deductions

For those businesses that filed an extension to file taxes, you have about another week left to file. For some this could be no big deal – you already have all your receipts laid out, expenses quantified and your accountant is ready to go. However, for some businesses, it is time to really start cracking the whip. If you are stressing out about not getting everything in on time, never fear,... ❯❯❯

Yet More Payday Loan and Cons

Yet More Payday Loan Pros and Cons ! There are several reasons both to get a payday loan online from and reason not to get one in this economy. They are somewhat of a necessary evil. You need to consider the reason for both sides before you get a payday loan. They can be much needed boons but if not careful it can end you up in a worst situation than what made you need one in the first place. It... ❯❯❯

FAQs: The Truth About Cancelling Credit Cards and Business Banking

The average American that carries credit cards has eight credit cards in his or her wallet.  It is natural to think about cancelling some of the cards that you do not typically use.  Plus, many people are concerned about what might happen if their wallet was lost with over $60,000 of credit in it.  Before you cancel your cards, it is important to know how cancelling cards can impact... ❯❯❯