Don’t Take The Main Road With Your Finances

Don’t take the main road in finance: try these tips By Paul Watson There you are, your business plan in hand and the bank manager’s office before you. You can feel the sweat dripping from your forehead as that suited, booted, Gordon Gecko-esque manager opens his door and says, “Come in, then. Let’s hear why […]

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Why Cash Flow Improves With Efficient Invoicing

A small business owners’ invoicing process seems like a minute detail in the grand scheme of your business. After all, that small business owner is focused on innovating, selling product and growing his or her business. But improving an invoicing process — that part of the business that allows a small business owner to get […]

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Interest rates – Will They Rise? And What That Means For You

It appears that the major economies around the world are arriving – albeit at different paces – at a turning point. After years of cautious talk about possible recovery, the clamoring from the markets for a raise in interest rates will surely soon lead to some action. But what does this actually mean for those […]

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How To Save Money Eating Out At Restaurants

Restaurants rely on more than ambiance and the aroma of your favorite foods to get you to spend. They favor tricks to appeal to your mind — to get you in the door and push your bill higher. But there are ways that you can save money eating out at restaurants. Restaurants hope that we […]

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Cutting Down And Save On Monthly Grocery Bills With Coupons

According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), food will get even more expensive in 2014 with a 2.5% increase in prices. Naturally, saving on groceries is a top priority for consumers. Today, it is possible to cut down your monthly grocery bill dramatically by using coupons, which can shave down the price on […]

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The Danger Of Buying A Home In A New Neighborhood

Buying a home in a new subdivision can be exciting. You’re often the first person to live in your home, and it likely will have many of the latest features and amenities. But there’s a danger too — one I know only too well. In 2009, my wife and I bought a new home in a […]

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