Personal Finance


How Consumers Game their Credit Reports and Increase your Risk of Being Paid

Consumers have access to plentiful information to help them increase their credit scores. Of course there is nothing wrong with that on the face of it. But when consumers use… Read more »

Exclusive Q&A with Jim Chilton, Founder/CEO of SOFA, on Financial Planning for College Education

College education is expensive. Very expensive.  You would be very lucky if you can go to college without taking any loans these days.  Fortunately, you can create “lucky” with proper… Read more »
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How to Build a Diverse Investment Portfolio in Three Simple Steps

For the entrepreneur, investing is an enticing prospect. Most business people have a natural affinity for risk-taking; after all, making big decisions is an important part of your professional life,… Read more »
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How to Budget in Three Simple Steps

As an entrepreneur, there are probably few things that you love more than making money. You’ll have an in-depth knowledge of profit margins, and know every trick in the book… Read more »

The Snowball Effect of Wealth and Property

For people who have already achieved both of the things in the title, this is going to seem like a painfully obvious article. But for people who have never really… Read more »
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Debt Settlement – No More Sleepless Nights Due to Financial Stress

A pile of unpaid credit card statements and phone calls every now and then from collection agencies can only point to a fiscal life completely out of control and threatening… Read more »
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The 5 Steps to Repairing Your Bad Credit Rating

If you know (or discover) that a default is recorded on your credit file, you may be quite eager to repair your credit rating. Unsurprisingly, bankruptcy, a debt or some… Read more »
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Personal Pensions Advice for Young Savers

As a youngster, saving for old age seems like a pretty alien concept. There are so many more immediate demands for your money, and most of them seem like a… Read more »
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5 Tips for Getting Rid of Your Debt in 2015

The new year is always a good time to reassess your finances and get a handle on where you are with your money, where you’d like to be, and set… Read more »

Managing your Wealth: Understanding Risk and Maximising Returns

If you are investor, you will no doubt have become accustomed to strained economic climates and fluctuating returns in the wake of the Great Recession. The current economic landscape is… Read more »