October 2012

What You Should Know About Vehicle Leasing

October 25, 2012

(Guest Post) The recent credit crunch limited car leasing options for many people and businesses, but now leasing is beginning to pick up again.  Auto leasing can be tricky and it is even more confusing when the salesperson is using terms that you do not understand.  It is important to avoid the pitfalls of vehicle […]

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Where are You: The Financial Road Map for Every Area of Your Life

October 23, 2012

Guest Post Where are you in your life? What part of your life cycle are you entering or exiting? What are the major accomplishments that you are reaching for at this moment? What are your goals that you hope to reach and what is the time frame for doing them? What in your past may […]

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How to Save on Car Insurance

October 16, 2012

(Guest Post) It is widely believed that car insurance can be hideously overpriced. In fact, most people these days are literally priced off the road due to the sheer cost of motoring, which is truly not fair. That being said, there are ways to learn how to save on car insurance, where people can actually […]

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The Best Time to Switch Energy Suppliers is Now

October 7, 2012

Businesses that worry about paying too much for gas and electricity may look at ways in which they can reduce their monthly spending on energy bills. An estimated 320,000 gas and 315,000 electricity customers use prepayment meters to help them keep an eye on how much energy they use, although a number of those customers […]

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Credit Card Interest Rates in New Zealand

October 3, 2012

(Guest post by Debbie Porter) Have you thought about getting a credit card, but are unsure about how they work and nervous of getting into debt? Having a credit card is about being educated and sensible in the way that you manage it and the repayments you will have to make. There are many different […]

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The World of Corporate Foreign Exchange

October 1, 2012

In today’s global economy corporations from one country often do business with corporations from another country. When it comes to paying one another for their goods or services each corporation will have separate currencies with values based on their home country. A corporate foreign exchange will covert the value of one currency into the currency […]

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Which bank accounts are better the British or the Americans?

October 1, 2012

There are bank account differences for British and Americans. People that have lived in both the United Kingdom and United States know about the difference. Many that have not traveled abroad may not know that the American accounts are better. Also, one clarification before we get started.  British banks use a different name, which are called […]

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