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5 Simple Ways to Increase Your Credit Score

It’s January, which means you are probably well on your way to upholding those New Year’s resolutions that you made a few weeks ago. The start of a New Year is always a great time to start thinking about the future. Perhaps 2013 is the year you want to apply for a credit card, get

Strategies For Building An Extensive Property Portfolio With Little Capital

With mortgages harder to obtain, more people are interested in the prospect of building a property portfolio with little initial capital outlay.  If you have money languishing in a bank account and earning very little interest, here are two strategies you could consider: Lockup Garages Whilst not the most glamorous of property investments, lock up

Income protection and Self-Employment

If you are setting up a new business, probably the last thing on your mind is the subject of potential ill health and accidents. Typically, you’ll be focusing on your business plan, funding, advertising and a whole host of other activities related to making your business a success. Now if you are extremely lucky and

It’s A New Year For Your Wallet, Too

If you’re tired of living paycheck-to-paycheck and need a financial makeover, the New Year is the best time to start anew. Bad financial habits can carry from year-to-year. And unless you resolve to buckle down and make the needed improvements, you’ll never get your finances in check. Whether your problem is poor budgeting or overspending,

Debt Advice: What’s the Point?

Getting advice might seem like an obvious thing to do when you’re in debt. However, most people who are in debt wait until their situation is desperate before they start seeking advice. So why do people wait so long to get advice? Why wait? Most people think that despite having lots of debt, they can