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How appropriate security software can save you money

August 20, 2014

Security software is a very big deal but, unfortunately, it is something many people do not appreciate. Whether it’s for a business or personal use, there are some people who only see security as an avoidable expense, rather than a vital way to save money in the long run.   Such security doesn’t need to […]

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Turn Your Clutter into Cash

June 27, 2014

Clutter can make your head spin and block the energy flow throughout your home or office (at least according to Feng Shui and similar schools of thought and design). And clutter can also prevent you from keeping a truly clean home, what with all of the dust and allergens that can accumulate amongst your belongings […]

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5 Types of Financial Fraud That’ll Cost You Your Freedom

June 10, 2014

There are many types of financial fraud to look out for people from people misrepresenting their income on their tax returns to epic schemes to fraud the government. It’s important to understand the different types. How they occur and what you can do about it? The most common types of fraud are misappropriation of funds. […]

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Learning To Live on One Income

June 10, 2014

Hi and welcome to another episode of our everything finance blog. I am Suzanne and today I will be talking about learning to live on one income. In this day and age, living on one income seems impossible, especially if the income is less than $60,000 a year before taxes. But it can be done […]

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The Difference between Real and Reported MPG

May 8, 2014

If you’re shopping around for a car, chances are that great fuel economy is at the top of the list of priorities. Whether or not you’re interested in the environmental impact of your car, better fuel economy translates to less money out of your pocket. As you compare cars, you will look at the reported […]

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What to Do If You Owe Taxes But Don’t Have the Money to Pay

May 6, 20140 Comments

Hello and welcome another episode of everything finance blog. I’m Susanne and today I will be talking about what to do if you owe taxes but don’t have the money to pay. Every year, the deadline for Americans to file taxes is April 15th yet year after year many Americans scramble to pay their tax […]

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IT public sector jobs recover as they now account for 11% of all IT consultancy roles

April 30, 20140 Comments

Public sector jobs in IT in the UK have begun to recover as they now account for 11% of all new IT consultancy roles, says Procorre, an international professional services consultancy that operates in all business sectors across 120 countries.   Procorre points out that this contrasts with 2012 when only 5% of new IT […]

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Aha! Five IRS Tax Myths Debunked

April 22, 20140 Comments

With the 2014 tax filing deadline only days away, IRS inquiries seem to be saturating the air waves. Is it too late to claim a dependent? What if I can’t pay my portion of the tax due? Will I be audited with this type of deduction?  While there never seems to be a shortage of […]

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5 Unexpected Expenses for First Time Homebuyers

April 18, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I’m Susanne and today I’ll be talking about 5 unexpected expenses for first time home buyers. If you are thinking about buying a house, you definitely want to increase your savings substantially. Will you have enough for 20% down payment? If not, you may have […]

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Money Tips for College Students

April 2, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I’m Susanne and today I’ll be talking about money tips for college students. One thing many students don’t know much about is how to manage their money while in college. Suddenly, your parents are no longer around to manage everything and you’re sort of thrown […]

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5 Ways to Make Your Tax Refund Grow

February 26, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I’m Sussanne and today I’ll be talking about five ways to make your tax refund grow. Its tax time, some dreaded, but 75% of Americans look forward to tax time with glee because they will be getting back a refund. Yeah, you may think it’s […]

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Six strategies to negotiate to lower your bills

February 14, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of everything finance blog. I am Sussanne and today I’ll be discussing six strategies to negotiate to lower your bills. If you’re still feeling the pinch from holiday spending, one strategy you can use to lower your expenses is to negotiate to lower your bills or seek out a […]

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Are you ready to consolidate your debt?

February 7, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to another episode of our everything finance blog. I am Susanne and today I’ll be asking are your ready to consolidate your debt? Do you feel like you’ll never be able to pay off your debts? As new bills arrive, do you sink deeper into debt rather than rise above it? have […]

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Reset your Finances in 2014

February 7, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to everything finance blog. I am Susanne and today I’ll be talking about winter is the perfect time to reset your finances. Now that the surge of New Year’s resolutions has slowed and we’re a week into the New Year, perhaps it’s time to take a more objective look at your finances. […]

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3 Lessons Monopoly Can Teach Us About Finance

January 14, 20140 Comments

Hi and welcome to yet another episode of everything finance blog. I am Susanne and today I’ll be talking about three lessons monopoly can teach us about finance. You can really learn a lot of money lessons in just a short amount of time playing the game it’s actually quite funny but the way many […]

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