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How to holiday in Turkey for less

Tweet Positioned between Europe and Asia, Turkey is incredibly diverse, with some regions having a European flair, while others taking on more of a Middle Eastern influence. This dichotomy, along with a relatively cheap cost of living, has long made Turkey a haven for tourists. While the cost to visit has begun to rise (Istanbul, […]

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Retirement saving in the UK

Tweet This post is sponsored. April is Financial Literacy Month in the U.S., designed to drawn attention to the need on financial education. And one of the biggest messages in financial planning and literacy is the need to save for retirement. I’ve been hearing experts talk about most Americans’ dismal state of retirement planning, but […]

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Are You Managing Your Debt Effectively?

Tweet This is a sponsored guest post The problem of debt continues to be arguably the most important subject currently facing most developed economies. But while national debt may be what hits the headlines and engages politicians, for most of the population, it is household debt that is the most pressing problem. If you’re struggling […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Bad Credit Credit Card

Tweet This guest post was written by Jason Bushey. Jason is a personal finance expert, blogger and consultant. The road to recovery from bad credit can be a long and at times frustrating one. However, one of the easiest ways to begin rebuilding your credit score is to apply for a bad credit credit card, […]

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The Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards of 2012

Tweet This is a guest post. Every year around October through the end of the year, credit card companies start gearing their marketing efforts toward promoting 0% introductory APR on purchases and balance transfer credit cards. The reason for this shift is clear: credit card issuers want to target customers who may be looking for […]

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Buying a Property, US Vs UK

Tweet Submitted by a guest contributor The U.S. and the UK property buying process have many similarities. Both involve land surveyors, red tape and legal professionals. How well your sale works out and how smoothly it goes depends, in part, on your knowledge of the differences in real estate buying in both countries. Title Title […]

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Save Money on Self-Storage

Tweet Sponsored post These days, it pays to live a frugal lifestyle. Now, more and more families are riding out the economic climate by living in their budget and staying in their current homes, even if that means crowding into homes they’ve outgrown. If you’ve come to the point where you’re starting to fight with […]

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In Debt? Debt Management Plan Can Help

Tweet In the last few years, many consumers have sunk into debt because of layoffs, loss of equity in their homes, or underemployment. If you are facing unsustainable levels of debt, see if a debt management specialist can help by setting up a debt management plan. Be sure to look for a reputable company with a […]

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How to increase your chances of landing your dream job

Tweet This post is sponsored by RBS Insurance, a leading British general insurer. Despite the doom and gloom in the media about how jobs are increasingly hard to come by, the fact remains that if you maintain a positive outlook and take the necessary steps to stand out from the crowd, you’ll find the right […]

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Buying Used Car vs. Long-Term Rental

Tweet This is a paid post. One of my friends has recently gotten an internship in a distant city. She needs a car to get around – public transportation is woefully lacking for daily travel – and she doesn’t have a car to bring to this new city. So, her choices are to check out used […]

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Debt Advice: IVA

Tweet This post is sponsored. If you are struggling with debt, you will undoubtedly know how stressful dealing with creditors and trying to work out a payment plan can be. In fact, if you have unsustainable amounts of debt, you may think that bankruptcy is the only solution. But before you look into bankruptcy, you […]

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A career in Marketing

Tweet This guest post is written and sponsored by Westwood.edu Many people have an incorrect perception of what a career in marketing entails. Unlike the television show depicts, you don’t earn your marketing degree and then sit in an office all day smoking cigarettes and sipping scotch. Don’t worry though because what you actually do […]

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FabCouponCodes: Easy to Use Coupons That Save You Money

Tweet What can be better than buying something you really want? Buying something you really want WITH a discount, thereby saving money for something else.  That’s why I almost never buy anything online without the use of a coupon. So when I found out about fabcouponcodes.com, I was pretty excited. I love coupon codes – […]

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Welcome to New Sponsor: CareOne

Tweet Welcome to CareOne as a new blog sponsor! CareOne Debt Relief Services is a provider of debt consolidation and counseling, with over 4.5 million customers. For people who are looking for more lifestyle tips or advice, CareOne also has its own resident Debt Diva (aka Clarky Davis) who blogs about money management and frugality […]

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Huge bill for burst pipes in Northern Ireland schools

Tweet This is a sponsored guest post by HomeServe. As the dust settles after the recent cold snap, UK companies, government organizations and residents are counting the cost of the damage. From leaking and burst pipes to broken boilers and heating systems, it seems everyone has been affected in some way by the worst weather […]

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