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Filing for bankruptcy is not an easy decision and it should not be taken lightly. It is imperative that you know exactly what can happen to your home during the process, to make sure there are no nasty surprises along the way. You may be required to sell your home if you have more than £1,000 equity on the property. As soon as you declare bankruptcy, the court has the  [ Read More ]

You may not think living frugal is the most glamorous lifestyle and in a sense you would be right. The words frugal living may bring to mind positive but tedious words like responsibility and discipline. Frugality may also make you think of those crazy coupon people or people who go dumpster-diving. Let me put your mind at ease. Frugality doesn’t have to be that extreme. There are plenty of approaches  [ Read More ]

For many people, playing at online casinos isn’t anything new; they have been enjoying them for a long time. However, for others who have never played they could be filled with some apprehension regarding this form of gambling. There really is nothing to be concerned about. New players can take some time to put their mind at ease so they can enjoy gaming online. Before playing at an online casino  [ Read More ]

Whether you need to bridge the gap one month or want to extend your business, it often comes down to financial help. There are different types of help available, including business loans, grants and invoice factoring. They are all helpful for different things but have different requirements and needs to be approved for them. Invoice Factoring for Bridging the Gap Those who work business-to-business (B2B) could benefit from invoice factoring  [ Read More ]

These days, it seems as if no one actually heads off on your next business trip without at least one kind of gadget, whether it’s a smartphone, iPad, Kindle or some other portable electronic device. While there are (quite scarily) more than 17,000 travel apps available on the market now, it can be hard to wade through them all and decide which will actually work for you when you’re preparing  [ Read More ]

Recent findings released from the Ministerial Inquiry into the Novopay Project confirm what many already suspected – that there is no one reason why the Novopay situation escalated, but a long list of bungles. But let’s hope that this time around tough lessons are learnt from, and not forgotten, for future public IT projects. From all accounts, the two stakeholders, Ministry of Education and Talent2, both had the right intentions  [ Read More ]

In response against tax evasion, David Cameron has asked the leaders of the overseas territories, UK to come to London later this month on the eve of the G8 Summit. Having made tackling tax avoidance a key priority for the UK’s one-year term as president of the G8, the Prime Minister wrote to the leaders of the overseas territories, including jurisdictions such as the British Virgin Islands, Jersey and the  [ Read More ]

If you have recently been in an accident that involved other people, with someone else being responsible for the accident that happened there is a way to overcome it. The first way is by treating yourself from wounds and injuries with a doctor. In many cases there are injuries with no scars or scratches but have led to internal injuries without you knowing. This is why taking immediate medical action  [ Read More ]

Today’s successful business doesn’t have to have a cushy marketing and advertising budget to beat out the competition for sales. The Internet has made it easier than ever to reach customers, begin (or continue) a conversation, build brand loyalty and encourage already loyal customers to tell their family and friends about your company. However, there are both advantages and disadvantages to such a wide-open marketplace. The truth is even mediocre  [ Read More ]

Every year, Forbes magazine releases yet another list. On one particular annual list are the names of “The World’s Most Powerful People” for that year. The list is restricted to 71 individuals annually — Forbes states this number represents a slot for the 100 million people alive today. Candidates are chosen based on four criteria — what Forbes calls its “four dimensions of power.” With these dimensions, the magazine’s judges  [ Read More ]

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