Archive for month: October, 2012

13 money management tips for college students

31 October, 2012 (12:44) | personal finance investment | By: admin

1. Track your money. Once you realize how much impulse buying and other indulgences cost you, it will be easier to tell yourself “NO!” 2. Be frugal. Going to the movies, riding the bus, or even ordering pizza might cost less if you show your student I.D. Check travel fares for student discounts on bus […]

Superannuation: Great Investment for Post Retirement Stage

31 October, 2012 (09:51) | personal finance investment | By: admin

‘Make hay while the sun shines’- goes the old adage. The saying makes more sense as more employees are careful about the decision they make. Saving up for the retirement days becomes all the more important for the salaried class and superannuation is the ideal choice. The superannuation program is particularly popular in Australia. The […]

Things to Think About When Planning for Retirement

30 October, 2012 (12:07) | personal finance investment | By: admin

There are so many things to think about when planning for retirement that many become quickly overwhelmed and decide to put it off until later. This is an awful trap to fall into, however, because it’s so easy to put it off indefinitely. Making some decisions now will help ensure that you’ll have a healthy […]

How getting a savings account could benefit your wallet

30 October, 2012 (09:52) | personal finance investment | By: admin

We don’t tend to think about savings accounts as being able to change your life but they really can. Getting a good savings account will not only help you to put a nest egg aside but it can allow you to earn extra money through interest, which can be put to good use. There are […]

Gold Trends

29 October, 2012 (15:21) | personal finance investment | By: admin

It is reasonable to think that American’s had learned their lessons in the Fall 2008 as the stock market tumbled out of control. Unfortunately, we suffer from amnesia and forget the events of that infamous fall.. The Dow Jones Industrial has risen almost 80% from its March lows. We want to believe everything is fine […]

The Good and Bad Sides of Credit Cards

28 October, 2012 (09:14) | personal finance investment | By: admin

I would not want to try to condemn the use of credit cards. But, without doubt there are good and bad sides to their use. By that I mean that if used sensibly credit cards can help you budget your money, pay for something you can’t afford to buy at that very instant, or simply […]

Bankruptcy advice for those who need help with debt in the UK

27 October, 2012 (11:13) | personal finance investment | By: admin

There are a number of questions that people ask when seeking advice on going bankrupt in England and Wales. For people seeking help with debt, going bankrupt is a big step and here you will find the most the advice most commonly given.How Long Will I Be Bankrupt?The usual length of a bankruptcy in England […]

How To Get Cash From a Credit Card

26 October, 2012 (19:35) | personal finance investment | By: admin

The first way to get cash from a credit card is the most obvious. You can go to the ATM. Most credit card companies will not issue a PIN number with the credit card when you open it because its not very common for people to pull cash off their card. More than likely you […]

Things To Know When Comparing Prepaid Credit Cards

25 October, 2012 (13:50) | personal finance investment | By: admin

Prepaid credit cards are fast becoming popular worldwide. In fact most people try to get one for the purpose of doing business online. When you work online, it is important that your means of withdrawing your earnings are answered. Thus the use of such a card is a big help. These cards have lots of […]

Your Last Options to Stop Mortgage Foreclosure

25 October, 2012 (02:28) | personal finance investment | By: admin

Nobody wants to have their home foreclosed on and there are various options available to keep this from happening. The best way to prevent a foreclosure is to properly manage your finances in the first place. Prioritizing mortgage payments will keep you from getting into trouble with your bank and will save you all the […]