Archive | September, 2011

The Cost of Living: Cheap European Countries to Retire to

30 September 2011

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Ensuring a comfortable retirement means more than shoring up as much money to see you by as possible. To truly enjoy the best quality of life available, you need to make sure you’re living in the most appropriate place. By choosing to spend your retirement years in some of Europe’s cheapest and more beautiful countries, […]

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Tackle that credit card debt with simple changes

29 September 2011

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Figure out where you’re spending foolishly and nip it in the bud According to MainStreet.com, Americans have amassed massive debt on small purchases. You know – you want to go out to dinner with friends but don’t have the cash. So you charge it. And then you pay interest on that meal. Not exactly a wise […]

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How Software Asset Management Can Save Your Business Money

25 September 2011

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It cannot be denied that illegal software has its appeal. Many programs, particularly specialist niche software can come at a costly price, as can the licensing agreements that often come attached. Being caught with pirated software, however, can carry many legal and financial risks. The company who own the software’s copyrights could very well take […]

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Financing your Teenager’s First Car

25 September 2011

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Once a teenager has got their hands on their driver’s license, the pressure will be well and truly on you, the long suffering parent, to provide a first set of wheels. Unless you’ve thought about this well in advance and made provision for the purchase, you’re going to need a source of car credit in […]

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Why invest in solar panels?

22 September 2011

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No one reads news sites regularly without noticing that there seems to be a lot of coverage on the environment and our impact on it. Another familiar motif appearing across the internet is the fact that our finite oil reserves are set to run out. No one seems to know exactly when this will happen, […]

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Gold Hits a New Price High!

22 September 2011

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Gold hit a brand new, previously unheard of price high in the week commencing 5th September 2011. Gold traded at a massive $1,920.94! Gold has been steadily rising higher and higher in price since the start of the worldwide recession and this latest price rise is the latest in a long line of rises. So, […]

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Don’t make this expensive mistakes with your domains

22 September 2011

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Domains may only cost an annual fee of $10, but they can also be very valuable assets. People can sometimes become complacent with them and in this case, very costly. The owner of investmentproperty.com.au failed to renew the domain and it subsequently “dropped” and was then put up for sale at an auction. The domain […]

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How Home Insurance Can Save You Money in the Long Run

21 September 2011

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Very often, home owners ask themselves why they have to purchase home insurance as part of their mortgage. While it can seem like a lot of money to spend on something that is not used very often, home insurance will definitely save you money in the long run if you are wise about purchasing it […]

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Should you pay off your mortgage early?

21 September 2011

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Many people dream of paying off their mortgage, and often people try to expedite the process by putting extra cash towards their mortgage and paying it off early. While this is a good idea in many respects, it is not always the best choice and you should look carefully at your situation before deciding to […]

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5 Ways to Retire Early

20 September 2011

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A dream of retiring early may seem unreachable for many in the workforce. Few are willing to apply the necessary effort and implement the needed steps to actually attain the goal of retiring before 50 or even before 40 in some cases. To achieve the goal of leaving the workforce a step ahead of everyone […]

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