What to Look For in a New Home

Looking for a new house is a major life decision and can be a very daunting task for anyone, particularly if you’re a first time buyer. That’s why it’s essential for you to think carefully about what you want from your home and how living there will benefit in you in the long run.  But […]

What to do if you’ve been injured at work

For most of us, it’s vital that we work so that we can provide for our families and children – and a workplace injury can greatly impact on this. If you suffer an injury from a serious fall, transport accident or construction site accident, to give just a few examples, you may not be able […]

Tips for Getting Your Finances in Order

It’s that time of year again.  When we start analysing our bank statements and credit card bills, as well as reviewing the fixed rate savings, cash ISAs and personal pensions on the market.  Once the festive season has been and gone, the financial season is well and truly upon us. Yes the new financial year […]

How to Avoid Moving Back in With Your Parents

We’ve all been there. The awkward moment when your parents think they’re finally free of you and then you knock at their door with all your possessions.  It might be a life transition, perhaps you’re moving house or you’ve just finished university. But beware! You tell your parents, “It’ll only be for a week or […]

Filling The Gap Left by The Banks

In the current economic climate, banks are continuing to limit their exposure to small and medium sized business finance. Whilst the banks may be reining things in, this hasn’t stopped the entrepreneurial spirit within the small and medium business community in the UK. But if the finance isn’t there from the banks, where is it […]

Choosing Your Investment Options for This Year

Do you have any funds to invest? Have you ever even thought about investing your money? It’s not always something that too many of us think about, but if you’ve built up a significant savings pot already, investing is the perfect way to really build on this. And with many savings accounts offering interest rates […]

Personal Finance The Peter Griffin Way

Peter Griffin is the not so lovable dad in the hit television program, Family Guy. Unfortunately for Peter it would seem that the producers have used a fairly stereotypical typecast for his character. Sadly this means that he joins a long list of other crass, rude impulsive and somewhat dense parents. He could easily be […]

Tired Of Breaking Resolutions? Make Long Terms Plans For The New Year

As soon as the 1st of January strikes, we all make plans to give up on the junk food we love and kick start our exercise plans. Unfortunately, most of us fail with our resolutions nearly as quickly as we started as they are usually short term fixes. If you want to make changes which […]

Greatest Property Investments In History

These days, nearly everyone feels the need to own a home–the bigger the better. We often feel a sense of satisfaction with owning our own plot of land. In spite of our feelings of accomplishment when purchasing property, any effort we make is dwarfed by the massive property purchases recorded in history. Today, a land […]

Take a Look at Different Types of Life Insurance And Protection Policies

Gone are the days when we used to be worried and apprehensive about our loved ones if we were happened to die early. Now days, we can shield our family from any kind of dreaded financial situation by buying life insurance policy. Life insurance is a contract between an insured and an insurer, where the […]

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