Dreams Don’t Have To Be Expensive – How To Save Cash At Disneyland

Have your kids starting asking if you can go on a Disney holiday? Even if they haven’t mentioned it just yet, it won’t be too long before they do, I can guarantee it! Every child is completely bewitched by the movie franchise and they will certainly jump at the chance of meeting all of their favorite characters and going on exciting rides that are inspired by their favorite movies. But will you be able to afford it? There’s no denying that a Disney holiday is expensive. Thankfully, it doesn’t have…

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Key Factors For Selling Your House

Moving house is never an easy task. There are lucky few in this world who could walk up to a building say ‘I’ll take it’ and own a new house with a snap of their fingers. Buying a new home takes time and much consideration – let alone all the finances you have to work out. But it is comparatively easier to buy a house than to sell one – however, there are things that you can do to improve your chances of being able to sell your house fast…

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Factors Affecting the Cost of Metal Buildings 

  If you are a first-time buyer then you may not be fully aware of the steel building cost. The cost of a steel building can vary quite a lot as it is a complex commodity and there are lots of different factors that can affect its cost. If you are trying to plan out the costs of buying and erecting a steel building, take into consideration the below points. Why Does the Cost of Metal Buildings Differ Drastically? When planning how much your steel building will cost, it can…

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How to get that cheap Spanish holiday!

Chances are when you turned 18 (or perhaps younger!) your first holiday away from your parents was somewhere down in Spain. The mainland, Lanzarote, Ibiza etc. It’s somewhere I’ve holidayed a good number of times and with amazing temperatures throughout not only the Summer months but most of the year there are reasons you find a lot of people tend to retire and move over there! There is just so much to choose from location wise and while it’s not as cheap as it once was to go on holiday there…

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Who is the best at predicting the UK economy?

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a city or non-city forecaster for predicting the UK’s economic outlook, according to a study carried out by ETX Capital using Government statistics. From 2015 to 2017, 20 leading economic organisations (an equal split of city non-city forecasters) have delivered annual predictions for the UK’s economy, and now we know who is the most accurate with their estimations. The Official National Statistics data for GDP Growth Rate, CPI Inflation and the Sterling Index finds that Morgan Stanley, Capital Economics, Commerzbank, Centre for Economics and Business…

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Calculating Compensation for Medical Negligence

Have you ever wondered how medical negligence lawyers calculate the compensation you may be due after a misdiagnosis or receiving mistreatment by a medical professional? Medical negligence claims UK are a complex affair, and you should use the best medical negligence solicitors who will ensure you are awarded the maximum amount for your specific situation. The compensation you are awarded is made up of two main components, general compensation and special compensation. General Compensation for Medical Malpractice General compensation is for the pain and suffering you have been forced to…

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Top Tips to Save Money When Travelling in Australia

Around 6 million tourists visit Australia every year, a large amount considering the population of Aus is only 24 million. Australia is known to be an expensive country, even the locals would tell you this. However, if you practice healthy spending and saving habits in your daily life, there is no reason as to why you cannot do the same while visiting Australia. Plus, with the Australian dollar being weak in comparison to the US dollar among others, your foreign currency can stretch reasonably far in this country. TRANSPORTATION Summer…

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The Rising Value of Bitcoin

Bitcoin is back in the news again and it seems that this really has been the year of the cryptocurrency. Although it only started 2017 at $1,000, by the end it had reached staggering new heights of over $17,000! Many have been analysing this rising value of Bitcoin, with some predicting that this will become a new economic bubble for the history books. What Exactly is Bitcoin? If you are unfamiliar with what exactly Bitcoin is, it is simply a digital currency. As it is a digital currency, you won’t…

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Property Can Be So Much More Than Housing: Alternative Investments to Consider

Anyone with a little savvy when it comes to finances is likely to be looking into making financial investments. There are so many benefits that can come hand in hand with them! Alongside your usual income, they bring a little extra something to the table. They can help you to achieve the beautiful home, comfortable lifestyle, and everything else that you’ve always dreamed of having. The profits made from them can even be put into savings accounts for a rainy day, or a special kitty for your retirement, to be…

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A Guide to Maximising Revenue for Small Online Businesses in 2018

Just because your business is small and online, that doesn’t mean that it has to accept low revenue figures going forward. There are so many things you can do to maximise that revenue, and it doesn’t necessarily have to involve spending a lot of money on marketing and advertising as many people seem to think. If you get creative and start taking logical steps, there’s nothing stopping you from getting this done on a relatively tight budget. This guide will tell you everything you need to know about maximising your…

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What do you do when the wolves are at the door?

Debt can sure mount up! There’s no doubting that one at all. One minute you’re just getting a £4000 loan to buy a car and the next you are knee deep in personal finance hell! It’s easy enough to say “Well, you’re obviously just rubbish with money” but I think it’s not that at all and people are FAR too quick to judge! I think that as an adult it can take until you reach you 40s (and sometimes beyond that) until you really get a handle on just how…

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Stand The Test Of Time When Setting Up Your Business

When you decide to being your own business, it’s a truly exciting, and slightly stressful, time. There is so much to do before you are ready to throw open the doors to the public – metaphorically speaking if your business is online. But no one wants to have to shut those doors early purely because they didn’t set up their business to stand the test of time. There are so many things, big and small, that can age your business – the most damaging being not moving forward with the…

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Improvements that Add Value to Your Home

As a home owner, it’s important to you that your property continues to increase in value over time so that when you decide to sell, you can expect to make a healthy profit. That being said, it’s not always clear which areas you should improve in order to maximise price. New research has highlighted which improvements could make the most money – and you may be surprised to find that kitchens and bathrooms are not at the top of the list. So, if you’re itching to get started but concerned…

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Helping Your Teen Pass Their Driving Test First Time

Learning to drive is exciting for your teen but it can also be stressful. As their parent or guardian, you want to be able to help them in anyway possible. It’s important to you that they become competent drivers, both for their own and others’ safety. When it comes time to take their test, many learners often make small mistakes due to nerves. This can result in a fail, knocking their confidence. To reduce their anxieties, here are some ways you can be a super parent and increase their chances…

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Is it Time for Your Home Business to Move into an Office?

Many entrepreneurs with successful businesses started their ventures at home. Offering low overheads and a quick way to launch, running your business from home certainly has its advantages. However, sooner or later the majority of businesses have the need to move to a commercial office space. Knowing when to make this move is not always clear and doing it too early before becoming financially sustainable could result in cash flow problems. Are you considering moving your home business into an office? Is your venture ready to take that next step?…

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The PPI Claims Companies Fee Cap: What Does it Mean?

Discussion about the looming PPI deadline remains a top priority for the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). With August 29th 2019 being the cut-off date for making PPI claims, many people are hastily trying to find the best PPI company to work with. But, while claims management companies are busy dealing with claims, a regulation is coming into force which will change the landscape of PPI claims. As of April 2018, all claims management companies must cap their service fees. With some companies charging up to 40% for their service, this…

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Getting Yourself Out of a Sticky Situation- Proven Ways to Make More Money Fast

A lot of people say that the best way to make money is to do it while you sleep. In order to do this however, you’ll need to have around 8 houses so that you can rent them all out, while also having a property manager to take care of any issues that may arise along the way. This is impossible for a lot of people, and it is also very unlikely that you would be able to amass this sort of income without some hardship along the way. To…

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Making Money When You Have No Experience

A lot of people in the modern world don’t have the qualifications that are traditionally thought of as essential to getting a good job that pays out well. However, you don’t always need the degrees and the masters behind you to make sure you get a top spot in a company of your dreams. So if you’re one of those people who don’t believe they have much skill to their name, you don’t need to worry anymore. Here’s some of the best ideas to go ahead with when all you…

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Getting Comfortable Discussing The Uncomfortable

There have always been three solid topics that could guarantee collar-tugging, sweaty behaviour: religion, politics and money. We’ve come a long way over the years as a species, and we now live in a time where we can talk about money matters openly with friends and family in a way we never could before. We now talk about our utilities and our rent payments with each other, even going so far as to share salaries even though that’s the biggest taboo out there. The problem with discussing money is that…

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What are your options when unforeseen costs hit?

What are your options when unforeseen costs hit? It’s always the way – you feel settled, life is ticking along nicely and then out of the blue, something goes wrong. Whether it’s a boiler on the brink or a horror in the home, you may suddenly encounter an expense that you weren’t prepared for, but what can you do when disaster strikes? The first rule is to not panic – the second is to take the time to think and find the best solution so you don’t become overwhelmed. What…

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