Archives for the ‘Personal Finance’ Category

Personal Finance Ideas and News

By • Jun 27th, 2012 • Category: Personal Finance

Nine ideas to help you save money Saving for rainy days or funding the tax account is tough.” 1. Keep your eye on the prize Place visual representations of your savings goals on your desktop, your phone or the corkboard above your desk. Vision boards create happy reminders of what we’re saving for and are [...]

How to Save Money with Coupons and Vouchers

By • Jun 26th, 2012 • Category: Personal Finance

Like everything else, the price of grocery shopping is on the rise but there are still savings that can be made. If you are trying to cut costs on the weekly shop, coupon clipping and discount vouchers are a great way to get the most from your money without feeling the pinch. First things first, [...]

10 Reasons Why Debt Consolidation Loans Can Be Your Savior

By • Jun 25th, 2012 • Category: Loans

If you find yourself buried in debt, one of the best things that you could do is to go for debt consolidation loans. This loan procedure combines all of your unsecured debts into one monthly payment. Debt consolidation programs are offered by numerous professional corporations in order to help those who really are experiencing financial [...]

Scottish Trust Deed

By • Jun 17th, 2012 • Category: Personal Finance

Have debts got on top of you? Are creditors banging on the door. This can be a nightmare situation and can affect your health, family life, work, and relationships. Scotland: Trust Deed Solution In Scotland fortunately, there is a system to help both parties – the debtor and creditor. The debtor cannot afford to fully [...]

Personal Finance News & Advice | 9 Easy Ways to …

By • May 30th, 2012 • Category: Personal Finance

Times are difficult – when has Personal Finance advice been more important? Here are some great Finance tips for you. Getting Debt Help may Hurt Access to New Credit Fox Business “After they developed a budget and presented you with various options on how to deal with your financial problems, you accepted their debt management [...]

What is Asset Protection?

By • May 28th, 2012 • Category: Miscellaneous, Personal Finance

Asset protection essentially does what it says on the tin, and it basically means that you are finding ways to protect your assets – finances, properties and belongings – from situations such as divorce or bankruptcy where you might find yourself having to give away or give up some of your assets otherwise.   In [...]

How To Save Money In A Recession

By • May 22nd, 2012 • Category: Savings

The Global Recession has had a huge impact on most people’s lives. The recession has really brought money into perspective in all living situations. With the sudden wage cuts, rents going up and food becoming more expensive has really impacted everyone. Here are my ways to save money in a recession. Television Subscriptions When our [...]

3 Easy Ways Cash Strapped Students Can Boost Their Finances

By • Apr 6th, 2012 • Category: Personal Finance

When you’re at university, though you may need the money, if you want to keep on top of your studies and actually attend your classes, taking on a full time job is not really an option. On top of this, with the economy as it is, even part time work can be hard to come [...]

The Rise of Currency

By • Mar 5th, 2012 • Category: Forex

Currency has existed for thousands of years. In fact it has probably been around almost as long as humans. After various studies it seems the first currency arose circa 2500 to 3000 BC. The very notion behind currency no matter how primitive is that we need it to acquire goods. Currency then is a means [...]

How to improve your Personal Finances

By • Nov 17th, 2011 • Category: Personal Finance, Savings

Many people say that improving their personal financial situation is very difficult. Like anything else in life, improving your personal finances requires people to follow the right process in order to succeed. 1. Make sure you are ready to change 2. Establish a budget of revenues and expenses 3. Visit a debt or financial adviser [...]