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Three Top Tips for Prospective Buy-to-Let Landlords

By Mark / 3 years ago

If you’re lucky enough to have a little cash to spare, you might have considered buying to let. To many, it seems like an easy means of making money. Despite the high initial outlay, most prospective landlords assume that the rest of the process is cheap and simple: you find tenants, charge them a high […]

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What Makes Property Investment so Popular

By Mark / 4 years ago

Of the many ways available to invest your surplus income, property is one of the most popular. Despite the recession, the housing crisis and the aftershocks these have caused, it has firmly stood its ground as a key area for investment alongside cash, bonds and shares. At the moment, the wider availability of buy-to-let mortgages, […]

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How to Choose a Trading Platform

By Mark / 4 years ago

A successful investment strategy is a carefully woven web, every strand intricate and exquisitely constructed. As a trader, you are the spider in the middle, pulling it all together to build a creation that’s strong, enduring, and capable of withstanding the test of time. Just one wrong move, and you’ll weaken the whole, so it […]

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How to Get the Best Money Exchange Deal

By Mark / 4 years ago

Whether you are sending money to family abroad, paying for goods or services or buying a property in another country you need to use a good currency exchange service. Doing so can save you a large amount of money and save you a lot of hassle. In the past few years the currency exchange markets […]

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

By Mark / 5 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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4 Steps to a Financially Healthy Year

By Mark / 5 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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How to Handle Your Mortgage During Divorce

By Mark / 5 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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