Outsource Your Payroll – Reasons Why?

By outsourcing payroll, the quality of the work will never change. For example, if you’re using an in house department as well as the associate trained to do payroll goes on vacation, your work effectively given to an alternative less qualified employee. Which possibly bring about disaster. However, since payroll outsourcing companies specialize only in...

Posted by May 1, 2017November 21, 2017

Understanding Life Insurance Basics

Understanding Life Insurance Basics When you start your search for affordable life insurance rates it is important that you have an understanding of life insurance basics in order to purchase the policy that is right for you. The ultimate goal of a life insurance policy is to leave money behind to take care of your...

Posted by February 10, 2017January 19, 2017

The End of Interest-Only Mortgages in the UK

An interesting phenomenon has occurred that most likely should have been foreseen, but wasn’t. The interest-only mortgage, once a very popular borrowing avenue, is rapidly becoming a seismic crack in the fragile British economy. What Is An Interest-Only Mortgage? An interest-only mortgage is one in which the terms of the loan only require the borrower...

Posted by February 8, 2017January 19, 2017

Student budgeting tips

As a student there’s a lot of financial pressure on you, whether its books and resources, tuition fees, rent or just paying for a pint there’s a lot of costs to being a student and these can mount up pretty quickly. Forget student loans and part time jobs here’s a breakdown of some easy ways...

Posted by February 6, 2017January 19, 2017

Small sum property investment opportunities

Property investments can offer some of the most lucrative returns available and there’s many a time I’ve been seriously tempted to invest funds in property projects but the obstacles in making these kinds of investments can be overwhelming, not least of which is the initial amount of funds required to buy a property. Whether you’re looking at...

Posted by February 4, 2017January 19, 2017

Save money on smart phone contracts

Smart phones are both a blessing and a curse in the modern age, particularly when it comes to sourcing a new contract but we’ve done some of the legwork for you and identified a number of the top mobile contracts available for some of the latest handsets. The iPhone is a phenomenon of the technology...

Posted by February 2, 2017January 19, 2017

No end in sight for UK PPI claims

2012 was a turbulent and costly year for British banks, much of it due to the cost of paying compensation the the hundreds of thousands of customers affected by the PPI – payment protection insurance – scandal. Payment protection insurance was intended to cover repayments for loans or credit cards in the event that the...

Posted by January 31, 2017January 19, 2017

Managed securities explained

Managed securities, or investment trusts as they’re more commonly known in the UK, manage a range of assets on behalf of their investors and are granted the power to decide when to buy or sell these assets through a fund manager at the request of the investors. Investors buy a portion of a fixed number...

Posted by January 29, 2017January 19, 2017

Long term and short term investments – Which is the better option

Investing your money is not that easy. If you aren’t aware of the ins and outs and the pros and cons of the investments, you may not be able to get good returns from the investments. There are various risks that are correlated with the returns. Moreover, choosing the right kind of investment too is...

Posted by January 27, 2017January 19, 2017

How should I Invest for the Future

When you enjoy a certain standard of living, you’ll want to continue this comfortable lifestyle for as long as possible. But what happens when you reach retirement or career struggles mean you can’t bring-in any more cash? Now is the time to invest for the future and secure that relaxed way of life you are...

Posted by January 25, 2017January 19, 2017

Good debt vs. Bad debt

We may all hate debt but it’s become an inescapable part of life for the majority of us and with inflation continuing to raise significantly alongside cost of living it seems we look set to sign ourselves up for increasing levels of debt. But don’t panic this isn’t always a bad thing, as with cholesterol there can...

Posted by January 23, 2017January 19, 2017

A Basic Guide To Haggling – It Is Worth The Effort

Haggling is making its way back into people’s lives as they struggle to stave off the rising cost of living. However, it is a challenging task for the British stereotypes as experts are of the opinion that Britons are very polite, treat apparent authority with a lot of reverence and become embarrassed at the very...

Posted by January 21, 2017January 19, 2017
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