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Mark Ross Canaoay

Hello! My name is Mark and I'm the one responsible for this website. I'm just a person with enough knowledge about finance-related stuffs. You can know more about me by liking my Facebook Page, following me on Twitter or by adding me in one of your circles on Google+.

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Some Ways To Develop Money Savings Habits

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

One of the problems most people have is saving money, and it seems to get harder every year. One of the reasons for this lack saving money is not having a plan. The key to saving money is getting into certain habits. By following a few tips a person can not only save lots of […]

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5 Cheap Date Ideas with better financial planning

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

Whether you are wealthy or not, dating does not have to be expensive. The entire purpose of a date is to get to know someone and make a connection. You do not have to splurge on a high end dinner in order to impress someone. All you need is time, creativity and a few great […]

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4 Steps to a Financially Healthy Year

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

With each New Year a lot of people make resolutions that are unobtainable, or, are so hard to obtain that they give up before they even start. Dieting and improving your overall health is perhaps the most popular resolution you hear people throw around, but what about your financial health? Maintaining a good financial track […]

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The Truth about Life Insurance

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

While many considered the latest economic forecasts for the UK to be overly optimistic, economists will be even more surprised to learn that they are set to be exceeded. The Office for National Statistics has reported that the nation’s GDP rose by 0.8% during the third financial quarter, as business and consumer confidence continued to […]

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How to Handle Your Mortgage During Divorce

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

Mortgages are already complicated enough, but when you and your spouse cosign for one and then decide to go your separate ways it can get really messy. Even when the divorce is relatively amicable and cooperative, dividing up a house that has not yet been paid off can be challenging. It gets much worse in […]

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Tips for Setting a New Car Budget

By Mark Ross Canaoay / 3 years ago

If you’re in the market for a new car, you may find yourself overwhelmed by the range of amenities, fuel-efficient engines, and high-tech infotainment systems. These are available in an array of prices to suit different budgets. One of the first steps towards narrowing down this vast selection is to pinpoint what your budget is, […]

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