Small Steps – 5 Starting Strategies to Rescue Yourself From Debt

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Lagging Liquidity – 3 Low Risk Ways to See You Through a Cash Flow Crisis

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Maximizing Life in Your 20’s

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Those of us in the throes of our 20’s might feel a bit overwhelmed with so many life transitions going on around us. It can be downright stressful to face many decisions that will likely affect the entire course of your life, day after day. Perhaps this famous Charles Dickens quote sums up this feeling most accurately: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”

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Quickest Way to Apply for a Medical Loan During an Emergency

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Harnessing financial planning with a medical emergency in the family could be tricky, especially if we assume that the medical insurance will suffice. Medical loans can come in handy in such situations. With companies like MoneyTap, who have tie-ups with banks for providing credits, one can avail a medical emergency loan within no time and thereby reduce the financial risk in the matters of health.

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Getting a Loan When You Are Self-Employed

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Getting a loan or a mortgage when you are self-employed can be harder than it is for those who receive a steady income from a full-time job. Self-employed mortgages are offered based on different criteria because income is not usually consistent from month to month. With mortgages, self-certification mortgages are a thing of the past with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) banning them in 2011. Banks and other lenders are now required to always verify income. They need to go to greater lengths to do so with self-employed individuals as it is not as straightforward as submitting three months of payslips and bank statements. 

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Paying Off Your Debt and Still Afford Your Current Lifestyle

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A majority of Americans have some sort of debt they need to pay off. In most cases, living with debts has become a way of life. From student loans and mortgages to personal loans and credit card debts, more than 50 percent of all people borrow money at some point in their life.

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What Are the Most Popular Finance Positions Candidates are Seeking?

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Some finance and recruiting jobs have been around for decades, but technology is changing how these jobs are done and even creating new roles. With so many positions in the financial sector, you may be wondering which ones are most popular. Among all the different jobs, there are a few that stand out. Here are some of the most sought-after positions at Beacon Resources. 

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Grow Your Family Budget With These Tips

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There is a standard way of thinking that one can only contribute to his family budget by working a regular 9 to 5. This is so wrong! Every housewife and a proud Mom knows that there are dozens of things that can be done without the need to actually leave the house and go to work, that can ultimately bolster your family budget. [Read more…]

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