Financial Advice Archive

Taking the Leap to Work from Home

When it comes to working, those of us in the workforce have numerous options to choose from. We also have our preferences in where and how we work. Some of us prefer the desk job and others enjoy manual labour, some of us enjoy working out of doors while others enjoy being sheltered from the [&hellip

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The Most Valuable 50p Coins

The Royal Mint is expected to release a new series of 50p coins in limited to honour the great work of Beatrix Potter. This is just about a year after a first set of themed coins about Peter Rabbit were produced. They were released to commemorate the hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the birth of [&hellip

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Using Culture, Themes and Tradition to Get Ahead

Make no mistake about it – some if not all of the social networking platforms we use can make for a serious time vortex, with many users spending hours upon hours on end essentially doing a lot of nothing! I’m often particularly irked by some of those apps which have been recently doing the rounds. [&hellip

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Should You Choose a Payday Loan or Another Option?

In a perfect world, you would always know the exact date that your car will need to be repaired and be able to budget for the expense. Your expenses would always be less than your income, allowing you to have a savings account to ensure your financial stability. Unfortunately, in the real world, cars and [&hellip

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How to improve customer retention incorporating data

While interoperable devices become more and more customary, a range of new applications have been developed for marketers to help collect, sort and filter data from possible consumers

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What Are Your Best Investment Options for 2017?

With savings rates depreciating and the economy contracting, it is becoming increasingly difficult to make the most of your disposable income in the modern age. In fact, with lenders increasingly looking to optimise their gains by minimising savings rates (in line with the BOE’s base rate of just 0.5%), there is an argument to suggest [&hellip

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