Economy

Financially Safe: 6 Ways to Protect Your Assets in Washington

As a resident of the state of Washington, have you considered what you should do to protect your assets? Assets can be seized in the case of divorce, auto accidents, vicarious liability, debt, medical bills, or foreclosure. Here are some of the top ways to protect what you have from creditors. Put Your Money in […]


UK GDP Annual Growth Highest Since 2007, Investors Positive

2007 signalled the housing crash in the U.S. which arguably plunged the world into recession, but now the Office for National Statistics (ONS) is suggesting that the UK economy is growing.  Q4 of 2013, for example, saw growth of 0.7 percent, and gross domestic GDP growth of 1.9 percent – the highest it has been […]


The Best Methods of Investment for 2014

As the global financial markets prepared for another period of turbulence, it seems clear that the long-term sustainability of the economic recovery cannot be guaranteed. This is creating a set of far from ideal circumstances for investors and traders, who must surmount rising odds if they are to operate profitably and get the best possible […]


5 Ways to Make Your Cash Last Longer

The present financial environment does not make it simple to conserve cash and enhance your current financial situation. You continuously need to think of ways to make your cash last for the standard basics and at the same time you cannot afford to have anything unanticipated to occur and then there aren’t any resources to […]


Reduce The Cost Of Employee Absence

As an employer, you are legally responsible for the health and safety of your employees. When your employee numbers run into the thousands, this means that your health and safety policies must be as robust as possible. In 2010/11, workplace injury and ill health (not including cancer) cost society an estimated £13.8 billion. Around £5.7 […]


Can Financial Literacy Be Translated Into Fiscal Well-being?

Two factors in the status quo have increased the level of complexity pertaining to financial decision making: the diverse nature of products and instability within the global economy. Large trading volume as well as policy-change fiscal diversity has affected the financial decision making of not only investors, but also those of general masses. So in […]


Can Financial Literacy Be Translated Into Fiscal Well-being?

Two factors in the status quo have increased the level of complexity pertaining to financial decision making: the diverse nature of products and instability within the global economy. Large trading volume as well as policy-change fiscal diversity has affected the financial decision making of not only investors, but also those of general masses. So in […]


Tips to Help Cut Motoring Costs

The costs of running a car can be a hefty annual expense. Petrol costs, insurance premiums, MOT prices and the general wear and tear mean that drivers can despair, but still have no choice but to keep their car running. You may feel powerless to do anything about the amount of money you spend, but […]


How To Help Your Parents Stay Warm Without Social Energy Tariffs

British Gas is one of the first to announce the elimination of social energy tariffs, but it won’t be the last. Letters have already gone out telling customers who had a social tariff that it will no longer be available after September 2013. Notice is being given to move to a standard tariff or select […]


Easy Financial Plans For Newly Weds

If you are just about to get married then your elders might have sat you down and started advising you on effective money management tips. You might not be too interested in listening to the “drab” financial advice a few days before marriage but it is important. You have got to handle both your pre-wedding […]


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