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25May

Tackling the Financial Stress of Lockdown

Operating your own business during these testing times can be an absolutely nightmarish experience, and it would seem that there are very few companies that are managing to make it through. Saving your business from going under thanks to current restrictions can feel like an almost impossible task, but
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12Mar

4 Reasons Why Everybody Needs an Emergency Fund

Building an emergency fund is one of the best things that you can do if you want to secure your finances, but so many people put it off. Instead, they focus on building up savings in other areas without creating a separate account for emergencies.
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12Feb

What Investment Option Is Right for You?

If you are new to investing, or are seasoned in what you do, there are plenty of options available to you. You can invest in stocks and shares, which are representations of shares or ownership in companies. But you could also look into options, where you can bet on
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12Feb

Trading: Have You Considered a Robot? (No, Seriously!)

For busy, self-made women it can be tempting to get into trading. After all, why shouldn’t you? It’s an exciting, engaging way to stay in the game and see your profits grow just from predicted what’s going to happen on the market any given day.
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10Feb

Managing Your Personal Finances After a Setback

Life does not always give us what we want. One moment we may feel as though we have everything under control, and our personal finances may all be in hand. The next day you might lose your job or have a car accident and it will mean that you
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10Feb

Why You Should Start Investing Those Profits

Any profit that your business makes can be dispersed evenly throughout your company but some bosses will choose to use the money in different ways. It can be nice to give your staff a raise but praising your staff and incentifying them can be done with other techniques that
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08Feb

Creating a Sustainable Budget

The first step towards gaining financial freedom is to create a budget. The budget needs to not only be an accounting of how much money you have and how much your bills cost each month. It needs to be a guideline for how to spend your money so you
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27Jan

As the Boss, What Should You Do With Your Profits?

When you achieve your first profit-making financial quarter, feelings of utter elation will consume you. It’s overwhelming because, for perhaps the first time ever, you are seeing a tangible return on your hard work. The business is working, thriving in fact. Wait for a second, wipe away all those
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22Jan

Making Ends Meet Between Jobs

Being between jobs is always a bit of a stressful situation. Not only do you have the hassle of searching through hundreds of job adverts every week, tailoring your cv and attending lots of interviws (if you’re lucky), you have the added pressure of being short on your finances
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14Jan

The Big Mistakes That First Time Property Investors Make

Property investments are so popular right now because house prices are on the rise and that means that more people are renting instead of buying. If you own a property, that’s great news for you because it means that there are more tenants to fill your properties and you
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