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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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10 Ways to Save Money at University

By Mark / 3 years ago

It is common, students are notoriously broke, but it does not have to remain son for the entire college years. Different strategies are employed to ensure that you get the extra shilling in your pocket no matter the difficulty of the situation. These ten tips will enable you gain more money in your pocket or […]

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How Does Stock Trading Work?

By Mark / 3 years ago

Stock trading represents a form of investment that allows an investor to share in the ownership and profit and loss of a company. For the investor, this type of investment offers the opportunity for profit by either the individual stock growing, as in the case of growth stocks, or dividend in the case of longer […]

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6 Credit Card Security Features You May Not Realize You Have

By Mark / 4 years ago

According to the Federal Trade Commission, credit card fraud has become a crime epidemic in this country, accounting for 25% or more of all cases of identity theft. Confidential credit card data used to only be vulnerable to traditional pickpocket kinds of theft, but today there are numerous ways to hack into your account. There […]

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Money-Saving Tips when Shopping Around for Car Insurance

By Mark / 4 years ago

All drivers must carry a minimum level of car insurance, but after this it can get a bit confusing. The level of coverage you need will depend on how often you use your car, what type of car you drive, and other lifestyle factors. Once you have determined the level and type of coverage you […]

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3 Golden Rules for Buying a Used Car

By Mark / 4 years ago

Before shopping for a used car, line up your financing options so you don’t get ripped off by paying exorbitant interest on an auto loan. You may not realize that banks are not your only option either because credit card companies such as Discover also make auto loans. Additionally, car insurance companies like State Farm […]

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529 Tuition Plans 101: An overview of this tax-saving way to fund college

By Mark / 4 years ago

The cost of tuition has become so high that it is a serious obstacle for most college graduates to manage their student loan debt. Starting out in debt can actually limit a person’s financial success for the rest of their life, and that is the opposite outcome students hope for by going to college. If […]

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