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Purchasing a car is a fairly large investment, and with that said it’s only natural that you as the consumer want to make a wise purchase. If you’re in the market for a used vehicle, it’s even more important to be an informed consumer so that you don’t end up with a lemon. So, before you start out on your search, here’s a list of common red flags to watch for that may just save you a lot of hassle and money. Obvious Physical Damage to Vehicle One of the top warning signs is one that is visible to the naked eye, without any knowledge...

Whether you are renting out your home. Whether you are buying-to-let. Or whether you are building to let. There are always ways a landlord can win at the game of renting. They just have to be able to be brave enough to take the plunge and become a landlord in the first place. Once that is done, then the new landlord should begin to take the advice below into consideration. If you are the new landlord in question then the first thing you should be doing is starting to understand all the responsibilities you now have. Yes, it’s a business...

Are you properly investing in your future? It’s never too soon to start doing this. However, most people simply don’t give it any thought at all, but that’s a mistake. If you want to make sure that your financial future is going to be as secure and safe as it possibly can be, you need to start thinking about these issues. After all, there is no one else who’s going to do it for you. There are lots of steps you can take if you want to make your future more secure than it already is. If you don’t know quite where to start, the...

Brexit, the impending General Election, the April Buy-to-Let taxes, and tightening up of property loans for first-time buyers (FTBs) are contributing to a very uncertain looking forecast in the UK property sector, as sales slow and estate agents are left with little to sell. Residential property agents are struggling with empty books at a possible record-breaking low. According to the UK Residential Market Survey conducted by RICS, individual estate agents have an average of only 43 properties to sell. So what is causing the problem,...

Investing, for some, is a hobby. For others, it is a way of life. No matter why it is that you invest, there is always a need to keep your finger on the pulse of what is making money. Well, that’s if you want to make some money, of course. So, below are just a few of the things that are set to be more bull than bear in the second half of 2017. Property Investing in property and real estate is nothing new. But just because property is something that has seemingly always been invested in, it doesn’t mean you should stop doing it now....

When operating a small business, you need to use lines of credit as well as available capital to solve cash flow issues. However, most startups do not have enough cash, making it necessary to obtain a business credit card. Businesses have large expenses and you do not want to be personally responsible for them. This means that funding your business expenses with your personal credit card is not a good idea. Although getting a business credit card might seem daunting, it is not that hard. Here are some tips that will come in handy: Check...

If you think that the only thing that can save you from the burden of debt is filing for bankruptcy, you are wrong. Debt settlement is another option that lets you eliminate debt quickly. However, you first need to understand the difference between debt settlement and bankruptcy. Debt settlement This option can help you to eliminate your debts by paying less money than you owe. With the help of a debt settlement company, you will be able to negotiate lower payoff amounts with your creditors. By paying a single bill to a debt settlement...

When you come into some money, or you just have money left over each month, then you might be asking yourself the very valid question of if you should invest the money or you should save it. The answer, of course, will depend a lot on what your end financial goals are, as well as your current financial situation. Doing one or the other is a much better idea than just having the money left in a current account, though. Savings is putting some money aside bit by bit, and it could be to put towards something specific. Investing is putting...

Getting a new car is always something to be excited about; and with the availability of auto loans, you tend to have more options than if you had to pay the total cost upfront. Understanding the nature of these options is actually your first step to making sure you get something that you can handle in the years to come. To aid you in your search, first get your finances in order and use a car loan interest calculator to get a solid grasp of what you can afford. Keep in mind that during your search, you’re always likely to find even...

Posted on Apr 25 2017 - 5:18pm by Editorial Staff
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Investing money can be a tricky business, especially if you’ve never done it before. There are lots of ways you can invest your money but not all will be safe. For example, you couldn’t reasonably expect a large return if you choose to spend your money on gambling. Yes, you may have some fun at the casino but it’s more likely that you’ll leave with less money than you started with. So, if you want to invest your money wisely, where do you start? What is an Investment? An investment is something you put your money into or buy,...