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The current financial climate has brought plenty of uncertainty with it for workers young and old. As incomes are being squeezed by high inflation rates and reluctance on the part of some bosses to raise wages in line with inflation, saving for retirement and the future might not seem like an option for many workers; especially those who are still saddled with student debts. However, as a survey conducted by the National Association for Pension Funds revealed, younger workers who might be a long way from paying off debts accumulated while at … [Read more...] about Why Are Younger Workers More Interested In Saving For Retirement?
With rent prices going higher and higher all renters are going to reach a point where enough is enough. When a rent payment is more than a monthly mortgage payment and they have nothing to show for the thousands of dollars at the end of a lease, frustration mounts. Many would-be buyers shy away from the daunting process of home buying as lenders put buyers through more scrutiny than ever before. But with high availability of homes, all time low interest rates and no hassle lenders like American Financing, now is the best time to go through … [Read more...] about Five Tips For New Home Buyers To Get The Best Home For Your Money
Are you an impulse shopper?Is it a need vs want? If you buy things you didn’t set out to buy, and do so on a fairly regular basis, it’s likely that you are. Everyone has the odd impulse purchase every now and again, but if you’re doing it all the time and using your credit cards to make purchases, then you could have a bit of a problem. It’s time to cut down, and the way to do this is to distinguish between needing something and simply wanting it. There’s no getting away from the fact that we live in a consumer culture. People like to buy … [Read more...] about Need vs Want – How to Shop Sensibly and Stop Impulse Spending
Whether you're a domestic or commercial customer, keeping an eye on your energy gas tariffs is imperative if you want to pay the least you can for your energy use. Comparing suppliers is often much easier than you may expect, whether you're comparing for home or business gas. In fact, while many people may think that switching business gas would be an arduous task that requires a lot of hoops to be jumped through, it's actually much easier than that. If you have been doing your research and you have found that the supplier you currently … [Read more...] about Switching Business Gas Tariffs: It’s Easier than It Looks
This is a guest post by David Silverstone who writes about personal finance, credit cards, and debit cards on the website, Credit Card Insider, which is a credit resource, providing plain-language guidance from industry leaders. Credit card debt is huge in the U.S. Last year, the average American household’s credit card debt was equal to $15,799. American consumers know that they need to eliminate this debt, but they also know that they will have large purchases to make in the future. These larger purchases may be necessities, such as … [Read more...] about How To Use Prepaid Debit Cards To Budget For Big Purchases