The Pros And Cons Of Renting Vs Building Commercial Property

If you’re a business owner looking to expand, you might have to choose between renting commercial property or building something new. The purpose of this post is to weigh all the pros and cons and provide readers with an insight into the best move to make. Without this information, you would struggle to work out which options helps you to get what you need, and which enables you to save as much cash as possible. Considering that, read the points made below and then use them to make the right…

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How to Effectively Handle Your Debt

  If you’re tired of dealing with debt, there are a number of things you can do to start managing the debt you have. It takes times and effort, but it’s worth it if you’d like to stress less about your finances. Start a Budget There are a lot of people who spend even more money than they’re currently earning. They may not keep track of their spending habits, causing them to spend more than they’ve realized. If this is something you’re doing, it’s a good time to set a…

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Getting to those MUST DO events on the cheap

I was speaking to a friend at work yesterday who is off to see a big time boxing match in Cardiff with some friends and can’t wait to go but was complaining that he is staying overnight in an AirBnB location due to spending so much on the travel to get there. It got me thinking about the different ways you can save money when going to see concerts or sporting events to make sure that you have a great time ‘around’ the concert as well! Travel Car is usually…

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How to Save Money this Winter

As the winter draws in, you may be feeling excited about the sweater weather and festive season. However, a cold winter could mean more than just wrapping up with a few extra layers when you step outside. For many homeowners across the UK, it could mean an increase in the likelihood of a home emergency. Home emergencies can be exceptionally expensive and inconvenient (especially if the emergency involves lost keys on a cold, blustery night). That’s why something like Home Emergency Cover could save you hundreds of pounds per year…

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What to Consider When Renting Your First Commercial Property 

  Finding a property to let is the easy part actually knowing whether it’s the right property for you is a whole new challenge. Commercial properties come in many different types and there’s a lot of choice. Now, this is both a good and bad thing. More choice is also good because it means you can be more flexible and when you’re searching for a commercial property to let this is always going to be an advantage. But it’s also a bad thing because it means it is easy to…

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Maybe It’s Because I’m a Londoner That I Have No Money

London is an expensive city. There’s no getting away from it. But many people are born and raised there, and more decide to move there for their career. It’s the hub for many things, from creative arts to banking. If you want to make something of yourself, London is often the place to go. But you can spend a long time struggling to make enough money to feel comfortable. Wages can sometimes be higher, but it’s often still not enough to match the cost of living. If you need ways…

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Do You Know The Best Methods Of Saving Money On Your Wedding?

If you’re getting married during the next twelve months, you’re probably working hard to ensure there is enough money in your accounts to pay for the big day. However, most people forget there are hundreds of different ways they could save a fortune if they make the right arrangements and follow the correct strategies. With that in mind, readers are encouraged to pay attention to this article and consider all the advice below. The information is guaranteed to highlight some tips you’ve overlooked, and it will save you a small…

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Employee Benefits Your Probably Haven’t Thought Of

Your employees are the lifeblood of your company; they are what keeps things ticking over and improving – without them your business wouldn’t be where it is now. And where you probably do recognise them for good work and give them some great benefits to keep them happy and loyal, like cycle to work schemes, allotted holiday, and bonuses, there are some great employee benefits you probably haven’t explored. Finances A lot of your employees will be struggling with their finances – not because you don’t pay them enough, but…

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Easy Halloween costumes that won’t break the bank

  With Halloween right around the corner, many of us are planning parties, nights out, trick or treating and the biggest element of all – costumes. For many, the costs of Halloween can add up quickly, especially with the prices of last minute attire. Avoid the fancy dress shop ques and hefty price tag nightmares this Halloween with these tips on some of the cheapest and easiest costume ideas to try. Zombie                                     …

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When Outsourcing Can Help Your Home-Run Business

Running a business from home can be full of many kinds of difficulties. If you are currently facing the challenging life of running your own home business, you might well be wondering whether or not you have considered everything. Easily part of the worry about this situation is the fact that you are quite alone. It is hard to know whether or not you are doing it all right when you don’t have anyone else to bounce off. In this way, you are likely to find that outsourcing is a…

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The Mortgage Cheatsheet: Choosing The Right Deal For You

Buying our own house is one of the greatest joys in life. It gives us the independence to finally spread our wings and find our own feet. However, unless you have $250,000 to hand, you’ll need to take out a mortgage. A mortgage is a loan which you take out in order to but a property. The most common term to choose for your mortgage is 25 years. When you come to take out your first mortgage, it can be a little bit daunting, but paying for your family home…

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Setting Up Your Family Home Cost-Effectively

Setting up your first family home is a milestone to be cherished. Now you can finally settle down and relax, knowing your time stringing along rental properties is likely over. Now you can work on building a home atmosphere which you and your most loved ones can enjoy together, and craft the story of your family life. However, setting up a family home is anything but cheap. To achieve this beautiful and coveted life situation, you need to make the right decisions. The right decisions often translate to better financial…

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The Money Shed is 4 years old!

Can you believe The Money Shed is 4 years old on the 17th October. 4 years of helping people earn money from home and improve their lives financially. 4 years of building a community that have been through weddings, babies and house moves and have contributed to over 100,000 forum posts! 4 yeas of everyone helping everybody else to earn as much as they possibly can. 4 years of secret Santas, sweepstake contests and monthly cash giveaways! It’s hard to believe it’s been that long since I dedicated to create…

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Planning For Your Family’s Future

Looking after your family, juggling work and social lives can be a hard task. It can be easy to get so wrapped up in the here-and-now instead of looking to the future. However, eventually you will need to start planning for your family’s future, and here are some questions you’ll want to ask yourself: I have assets and income, but am I living comfortably? When can I afford to retire? Have I got enough to consider giving money to my children? What effect would death or serious illness have on…

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Financial Careers You May Want To Consider

There are many careers out there that can be extremely rewarding. You find that you feel passionate about it, enjoy what you do and love it when the alarm goes off every morning spinning you into action for another working day. But for some people, they just haven’t found that right career or job that gives them that satisfaction. Not all of us are lucky in that respect, so if you find yourself wondering what your next career move then maybe start to look at your own skills and personality…

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Twenty And Already Struggling With Finances? Say It Ain’t So!

When you’re in your twenties, you are going to face a number of financial issues. Thankfully, most of the problems will be cleared up by the time that you hit thirty. But that’s not going to help you when you’re trying to juggle the costs of going out with the bills that need to be paid, not to mention the savings that online articles are telling you that you need to already be putting towards your retirement. When you think about things in these terms, it’s difficult not to start…

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How to protect yourself when booking flights

It’s been a torrid time recently for the airline industry in the UK. From Ryanairs lack of pilots situation causing over 400,000 people and has affected over 18,000 flights to the recent collapse of Monach so I got me wondering what can you do to protect yourself when booking flights? Make sure the booking you make is protected When you are making your logo ALWAYS look out for the ABTA and ATOL logos. These will help protect both you are your money due to their Code Of Conduct which all members…

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Why I think e-courses that charge you for learning how to make money SUCK!

If there’s one thing that grinds me gears online as someone that is always trying to help people earn money from home it’s when information on how to earn online is hidden behind a paywall of some kind. It doesn’t matter if it’s a MLM company such as Younique or an online e-course offering you untold knowledge to earn online for the pricely sum of a few hundred pounds! I am completely against the practice as usually when people are wanting to find ways to earn money from home it is because…

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