Monthly Archives: February 2013

Joint Life Insurance: The Fundamentals

Many people apply for life insurance policies for securing their own as well as their near and dear one’s lives. However, on certain occasions, they become confused as to what is right for their needs – a single life or joint life policy. There are a number of differences between single life and joint life policies that count. How does ...

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A Change of Mind – A Change of Lifestyle

One of the most important skills that people need more than they realise is financial management. It goes without saying that proper management of monetary resources will make the difference between more money at the end of the month or more month at the end of the money. Various institutions have come up seeking to educate people on effective resource ...

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How To Be Aware Of And Avoid Binary Options Scams

Although binary options is a fast growing way in which to trade on financial markets, there are plenty of reports of this method of trading being a scam. Many of the accusations and criticisms of this trading method centre on the brokers who offer these contracts. The lack of regulation and a general misunderstanding of the premise on which this ...

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Save money and get out of debt – Think out of the box with 6 tips

It’s rather common to wish to get wealthier with every passing day. However, one of the major differences between all those who’re actually wealthy and those who’re not is pretty basic. It’s more like the wealthy are the people who essentially earn interest, whereas the rest are busy paying interest or perhaps even seeking debt relief. This is obvious as ...

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Who's Buying Britain's Farmland?

Twenty-twelve could be considered something of a landmark year for agriculture; the price of farmland has escalated to such an extent that some commentators have hailed it ‘a better investment than a Mayfair apartment’. In actual fact, the price is said to have trebled over the last decade to an average of £8,900 per acre – which might be some ...

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Litigation Funding – Understanding the ILR's claims

The US-based Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) published a document containing 11 separate claims against litigation funding within the UK in 2009. The issues raised in this document have caused much discussion in the industry. Litigation funding, which is also known as third party funding; provides financial assistance to mainly big businesses fighting commercial cases, rather than aiding those with ...

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