How A Tax Consultant Can Save You Money

With all the free self-prepare tax software out there, it is becoming quite popular to prepare your own taxes. This is done because this can save you money.
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The Vital Role Of A Debt Collection Agency

There is a time in every business run when there will be unpaid accounts receivable which need to be collected. When this occurs, there are two common ways to collect on unpaid or outstanding debts. The first option is to collect the debt using in-house operations, which can be
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Cheap travel tips for families

Travelling as a family can be quite expensive. It really is worth the investment. You’ll have memories that stay with you forever and travelling can only bring you closer. The following article lists some travel tips to help bring your next family holiday in on budget.
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Counting the Cost: The Supermarket

Britain’s supermarkets are constantly accused of being the bad guy; they charge too much, they kill the high street, they manipulate your senses to make you buy more and they charge more than the rate of inflation. What is the truth behind the criticism, and are there real
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How to Avoid Financial Failure

The thing about finances is that they can go bad in a very short period of time if you’re not careful. However, it’s possible to keep your resources in control and manage your finances by being ‘aware’.
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Equity Release explained

Equity release is when you release money from the current value of your home. You can either get a lump sum or monthly money. It is done by still having the use of your house, but using the value of your home to generate new income.
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Home Renovations on The Cheap – Saving Money When Doing Up Your Home

With the credit crunch not long past and more consumers looking for ways to save money, DIY has become more than just a weekend hobby. A common question for homeowners is how to upgrade their home decorations and furnishings, while spending the least amount of money.
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Dealing with bailiffs – what happens when the repo men come calling?

As recession continues to grip Great Britain, more people are turning to finance companies to pay for items that they could not otherwise afford. The personal debt of Britons now tops £1.4 trillion, and as living costs rise and wages stay stagnant, many people are unable to make
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The Biggest Fuel Wasters

Have you noticed that the fuel bills within your company are creeping up? If you run a company with fleet vehicles it may be time for a ‘tool box talk’ with your staff, to open their eyes to their responsibilities whilst driving. Most won’t realise that their driving habits can
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Spending without going into debt… here’s how

In a culture where thousands of people queue to hand over up to £600 on the day a new phone is released it’s unsurprising that many people are going overdrawn or getting into debt without even realising it.
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