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Top 5 investments tips for 2014

 Please note that this is a Guest Post So here we are at the end of the year again, it seems to come around so quickly. These are financially uncertain times and this means that many investors have not reaped the rewards they hoped to from their investment portfolios. Globally, we have seen governments implementContinue Reading

Redeeming your credit card rewards

Credit card reward schemes are a great way to make the most of your spending, but many customers aren’t even aware that their purchases are building up a wealth of reward points: let alone how they can redeem them for perks and treats. Signing up Whether applying for a new credit card or looking forContinue Reading

Mastering the Markets: Why Education is King

Ex British Prime Minister Tony Blair once famously stated that the three main priorities for his government would be “Education! Education! Education!” It is true for adults and children alike that ‘you’re never too old to learn something new’. This is accurate when applied to the world of forex and, as nobody has ever trulyContinue Reading

Saving Money Effectively for a Better Future

Saving money was underrated for a long period of time, and in some ways unnecessary since things were moving financially stable. Come 2007 we were hit with the financial crisis, where essentially the bubble burst for the great majority. We have been dealing with the consequences ever since, and more and more people have runContinue Reading

3 Great Energy Efficient Apps That Can Save You Money

There’s an app for everything nowadays. Whilst most of them are pointless or are a fantastic waste of time when you should be doing work, there are some that are incredibly helpful and are usually incredibly cheap. These smartphone apps are for people who want to keep an eye on their energy consumption, whether you’reContinue Reading

4 Ways to Keep Track of Your Investments

In a world of constant change and fast-paced news, staying on top of your finances can seem like a constant struggle. There are just so many things going on during your day-to-day grind that it’s easy for a bill (or a bunch of bills) to go unpaid, which often has the effect of snowballing intoContinue Reading