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Securing a mortgage is a lot more complicated than it used to be. Unlike in the past, modern home buyers have to jump through loads of different hoops when they are trying to get their hands on a product like this, and the work which needs to be done along the way can often be … Read More about Taking The Right Steps To Secure Your Mortgage
We all hate paying taxes but can’t avoid them. You don’t want to be making costly mistakes when you file your taxes. Did you know that a whopping 80% of Americans make a tax mistake that could cost them a lot of money?
Being self-employed can have its challenges, but it’s the freedom that it gives you that’s incredible to have. Paying your taxes though is one thing that you need to keep on top of. When working for a company, these are usually sorted by the accounts team. But, as you’re now the accounts team, amongst other roles, here are some tips on paying taxes when self-employed.
Too much month at the end of your money? Chances are there are a number of things in your budget that you’re wasting money and overspending on, and cutting these back can free up some much needed extra cash. Here are some ideas!
Debts can make you feel miserable and incredibly stressed out. If your debts are making you unhappy, you can do something about it. Whether you’ve been stung by a bad divorce settlement, got behind on your bills or have large credit card debts, there are some manageable ways to help you get your debt down and pay it off.
Ensuring our homes are safe and protected is incredibly important. If you are unsure how secure and safe your home, follow our simple seven tips to make sure that you are doing everything that you can for protecting your home and family.
Sometimes taking out money is a good thing. It gives you the cash you need right now to buy things that will make you wealthier in the future. However, it should always be done wisely and with the intention to pay it back as soon as possible. Here are the questions you should be asking yourself before you take out credit.
Want to permanently stop financial stress? In this post, I review 12 steps to stop stressing about your financial situation and help you get on track. Click the image to find out the 12 tactics to get you there!
One popular way to build momentum while paying off your debt is using the debt snowball method. With this method, you start with small wins and use your momentum to start landing big wins on your journey to get out of debt once and for all. Here’s how you do it.
It is likely at some point you will have to tap into your emergency fund. If your emergency fund it tapped out, you might have to get creative in ways to earn some extra cash.