August 2013

Seven Ways to Save Some Money

Does the idea of a holiday seem out of the question without reaching for the credit card or digging into the overdraft? Or would you simply like to put a little money aside for a rainy day, but find that every month there just isn’t enough left over? By following these
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Some Hen Weekend Ideas You Might Not Be Aware Of

We all know about the classic hen weekend ideas like going to be a club or hiring some strippers. However, what about the more interesting types of hen weekend you might not have come across before? Or just the weekends you hear of that sound so fun, such as hens ending up at a
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Budgeting for death

We all love to save money. Whether it’s a coupon cut from a newspaper or a special offer via the internet, bagging a great deal and successfully living on a shoestring is enough to put a smile on the face of the most frugal among us.
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Save Money in Your Restaurant Business

Opening and managing a restaurant is a dream come true for many entrepreneurs. In theory, it may seem simple to run your own restaurant business, but in reality it’s hard work! In today’s difficult economic times, it’s difficult to manage and operate a
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Which Loan Suits You? 8 Loan Types Explained

If cash flow has been a problem recently, you may well consider taking out some form of credit, but choosing the right option to suit your situation can sometimes be rather stressful. Maybe you’re considering a bank loan, but are unsure about repayment times, or perhaps you need
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Why it’s worth investing in quality furniture

Investing in quality furniture is always a good idea; however, many people just don’t think about doing it.  Spending a little more money on a good piece of furniture is not about designer chic – it is simply a smart use of money.  Quality furniture often lasts for generations
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Top tips for staying fashionable on a tight budget

Being fashionable does not necessarily mean spending lots of money. Britain has an amazing high street filled with shops offering replicas of much sought after items. If you’re a struggling student or a hard worker who is strapped for cash whilst waiting for payday, there are
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Debt and gambling: Finding a balance

With the rise of the casino industry through online markets, it is easier than ever to gamble from the comfort of our own homes. For those in debt it is a sometimes tempting to take gambling a little to far in order to try and get out.
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How much does motorcycle insurance cost for first time riders

It is difficult to answer the question of how much motorcycle insurance will be for first time rider because there are too many factors to consider.
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Budgeting For A Family Holiday

Working everyday and lacking time to bond and share with family is common with most households. We all want to have time off; time to get away from it all.
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