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May 14, 2014

Getting the Most Out of Selling Your Car

If buying a car is nerve wracking, selling a used one can be more so. The concerns are varied and valid, ranging from the level of probability of a sale to how much it will fetch. To help you along the way, here are a couple of common things to watch out for in order to get the most out of selling your car.

Make Sensible Repairs The first thing you might want to do is evaluate the car’s condition, which can be divided into the cosmetic and the mechanical. Cosmetic defects – which include dents, dings, faded paint and rust – can be easily fixed without taking the more expensive route of replacing parts. For the car’s mechanical condition, you might want to take it [...]

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May 29, 2013

5 Resources for Finance Students Looking to Make a Buck

For finance students in college, that tuition, room and board and cost of books can add up quickly. Why not make the most of natural talents and that costly education and start making some money now? Savvy students can do much better than being a barista, and they’re inundated with information that can help them earn a decent living even as a student. Investments can be tricky, and now isn’t the time for aggressive stock buying.

However, proper, conservative and proven investment strategies can help even those on a 100 percent Ramen diet make some easy cash. If students are keeping their savings under the [...]

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April 28, 2013

The Current Financial State of Greece

Budget cuts, tax hikes, and pay cuts are just a few of the measures taken by the Greek government during the economic crisis that has been hovering over the country since 2009. Greece borrowed money to help offset the deteriorating financial situation it is in. One of the main concerns is that the interest rate on the money borrowed has Greece spinning its tires in the mud as the problem continues to sink the country deeper. Greece is currently reaching out for a bailout loan to help further economic recovery efforts.


Negotiations Recent negotiations between Greece and its troika of foreign lenders ended with an agreement on the measures Athens must take in order [...]

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February 13, 2013

What should you provide financially for your kids?

There is a fine balancing act between what you should provide for your children and what you would like them to have – which is something that every parent regularly considers.

Of course, mothers and fathers all over the UK want their offspring to have it all, but at the same time they do not want to spoil their children or bankrupt themselves trying to make their kids’ lives special. Not only does it help a child to have to work towards goals themselves, it is also important for parents to spend some of their money on their own happiness and plan their own financial future.

Where is the line?

This begs the question: where is the line? What should [...]

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