A Universal Hack to Save Money across the Board

We’ve published countless posts here about how one can go about saving their money, in most cases exploring detailed examples which can be implemented in individual areas of one’s financial life. This time however we’re going to be taking things a step further, bringing all of
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Cracking the Internet Marketing Conundrum

Let’s face it – the prospect of doing a bunch of stuff on your computer and even on your smartphone these days, rinsing, repeating and then laughing all the way to the bank is one which somehow manages to live on, quite simply because people everywhere are always but always
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Making Sure You Always Have the Competitive Advantage

It’s an important skill which one would do well to spend their entire life developing, that of learning how to put yourself in the best position to benefit from the competitive advantage involved in any situation you’ll find yourself in, because as much as it pains us to have to
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Leveraging Alternative Sources For Business Success

There are 8 billion people in the world all trying to find their ideal lives simultaneously. Businessmen and businesswomen seek to bridge the gap between what people want and what they can obtain somehow, typically by purchasing a resource of some sort. If you want to figure out
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Competing for Limited Time and Attention As Part of Your Business Model

No matter how great of a product you have or service that you’re providing, as a business person you have to compete for limited time and attention as part of your overall financial model. People are busy! Unless you have some compelling reason for people to give something
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How to Make a Habit of Plugging the Money Leak

In the very fast lives we lead today where practically every little aspect of those lives is outsourced to someone else whom we pay currency in exchange for whatever perceived value we get from them, it can be very easy to basically just throw money away without being aware of
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Three Ways To Afford Your First Home

Buying a home for the first time is a dream for many. It’s a dream that seems quite out of reach for some. Life happens. People fall in love, get married, have kids, get divorced, switch careers, go back to school, and none of it is on the schedule we planned out.
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How to Bump Up Your Credit Score in 30 Days?

Building a good credit score usually takes a considerable amount of time, but you may be able to do it much quicker if you apply the right strategy. That is, in as little as 30 days. In a recent published USA Today article, it is said that a senior loan officer called Ted Rood
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5 Cheapest Cars on the Market

Sometimes all you need or want is simple; just a car that will get you from A to B; no bells and whistles required, the cheapest monthly payment possible and no frills necessary. There are incredibly cheap cars out there, even brand new. Here are five of the cheapest cars
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Pension pots: which gender saves the most in the UK?

In the UK, a third or more contribute nothing to their personal pension pots each month. Looking deeper into the exact figures from True Potential Investor, in Q3 2016, this amounted to 41% of women and 30% of men. Take a look at the graphic below for further breakdown of findings.
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