When you’re looking to sell your home, you want to do everything possible to ensure that you’re getting the best results for your efforts. That being said, when you start to look at selling your home, you are going to find that there are a lot of little things that you need to do to make it work in your favor. How can you make sure that you’re getting what you need and that you can sell your home? Realtors have a lot of secrets that can give you a lot of insight about what may be the next thing that you want to do to get your home sold easily.
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If you are planning on starting to build your dream home or cottage, you are likely very excited – perhaps to the point that you may have not considered ways to protect yourself against hiring an illegal builder.  Below are five tips you should consider before you start your big project.

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Top 6 Tips For Job Interviews

by Pam on March 2, 2017

When you’re preparing for an interview, your concentration is probably on the questions that they may ask you, through answers you’ll give, and the professional, yet slightly humorous anecdotes you’ll tell.  As a whole, that’s what the majority of the interview is about—and what will (with any luck) get you a fast pass to getting the job.

However, before you even get the chance to supply those immaculately thought-out answers, you’ll already have all eyes on you, estimating your potential to fit the job and the company. From the minute you walk in the door, the pressure is on: You have to make a worthy first impression.
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Building your own home is an exciting endeavor and it will require a great deal of planning and wise decision-making before you can get started.  Below are some things you will want to consider before going ahead with your big project.

  • How much house do you need?

Being that this is a blog geared towards making wise financial decisions, the very first thing that comes to mind when thinking about building a home is considering what size of home is actually needed.  These days it seems that everyone wants to have this gigantic home – but do you really need it?  And do you really want to clean it, or can you afford a housekeeper?
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The Growth Of Financial Technology

by Guest on February 1, 2017

Our world is changing rapidly.  Technology is more important than it ever has been.  As you can see from the info-graphic below, financial technology is having a huge impact on our world today.  To find out more information, check out FinTech Compliance.
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Suffering a major financial blow is never easy. If it hits your business, it can affect your reputation and also the well being of your employees. If it hits your home, it can put a strain on personal relationships and can also lead to huge amounts of stress. Generally speaking, most of us are prepared for whatever life has to throw at us in terms of our finances. For example, if we know we have a potentially sizable tax bill just around the corner, we cut back on our spending the month before. Even if it’s larger than we expected, it’s no matter – we just get over it, and pretty soon everything’s alright again. But there are some circumstances it is very difficult to prepare for, and one of those is what to do when your home or business is at the mercy of extreme weather. Both can suffer on a scale that varies from being a minor inconvenience to you, right up to devastating consequences. Here are a few ways you can take action to stop the weather costing you a fortune.
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Tips For Selling Your Home

by Pam on January 26, 2017

Selling your home is a costly business. From solicitors costs to realtor charges, it can leave you with little money by the end of your sale. However, it doesn’t have to end up costing the earth if you are clued up about the costs in the first place. That way, you will get no hidden surprises that will end up leaving you in debt. Therefore, here are some tips every homeowner needs so that you don’t end up in financial woe when you sell up.
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