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How to Make Money as a College Student: 5 Popular Options

Struggling to get by in college life? It’s expensive, there’s no denying that. Not only do you have to struggle with student loans but you have to also pay rent and sustain enough money for your daily expenses. An allowance or loan won’t pay for it all. We’ve got a few suggestions for you to… Keep Reading

Finance

How Do You Manage Home Finance?

It is very important to manage your finances to avoid future debts and losses. And this is the same gospel preached by financial experts out there. There are some straightforward things you can do to improve your cash circumstance. Here are five tips to help you manage your home finances. Detail Your Financial Goals  Set… Keep Reading

Finance/House

Finding A Mortgage Lender That Is Right For You

Buying a home for the first time can be a scary experience, especially if you are taking out a large loan to cover the majority of the purchase. There are all sorts of things to consider before making your home purchase. Here are some of the most important things to consider before committing to a… Keep Reading

Economy/Finance

In Australia, Consumers are Standing up to Big Banks

After years of stability, some turbulence prompted Australians to switch credit card providers en-masse. Here is why: The saying “needs must when the devil drives” has been thoroughly tested in other banking sectors around the world, but in Australia, where the recession has been absent for more than a decade, people were always very loyal… Keep Reading

Finance

Creditworthiness: What’s In It for Borrowers?

You probably have read or heard about the term “creditworthiness” many times when researching a loan or credit cards. It’s not surprising as it has a very important part of every loan application there is. The term is pretty self-explanatory as it’s basically a term describing how worthy the borrower is off the loan as… Keep Reading

Finance/Travel

How to Travel on a Small Budget?

Exploring fascinating places doesn’t have to cost a lot of money and you obviously don’t have to break your bank to travel the world. If you’re looking forward to traveling on a small budget, we’ve got you covered. Below you’ll find some tried and tested tips to help you plan a great vacation on a… Keep Reading

Finance

Learn How to Manage Money to Invest and Prosper

When you look at how much money you make in a year, it seems like you’ve got everything together. Your career is on an upward trajectory and you keep pulling in a bigger salary every year. But your bank account is a whole other story. It’s a common experience: you make a lot of money… Keep Reading

Business/Finance

Short Term Loans to Bridge the Business Gap

Business is moving faster than ever before, and cash flow is more important than anything. In tough economic times, savvy business managers are having to get clever with banking. Financial managers are often shopping around to find ways to spread their cash or find short term solutions to cover a temporary shortfall.  Businesses today have… Keep Reading

Finance

Top 5 Money Management Tips for College Students

The poor college student: It’s a cliche in part because it’s so often true. The plight of most college students is that they go to school full time and usually only work part time. That means that they don’t have a lot of extra money to spend on much of anything. If you’re reading this,… Keep Reading

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