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Simple Saving Technique – Money For a Rainy Day

Build up your savings account with very small changes to your lifestyle. It may seem impossible in to-day’s tough economic conditions to stash away money into a rainy day savings account. However there are many small things you can do to gradually build up a healthy reserve fund. You must be prepared though to make small changes in your lifestyle to bring this about and that will probably require some self-discipline! The...

Applying for a credit card?

When it comes to choosing a credit card you must be sure that it is the right one for you. Before applying for a credit card, you should ensure that you undertake plenty of research into the different options available. Credit cards vary in the interest that is payable on the money you owe and the benefits that are on offer. These could come in the form of air miles or money being given to a charity of your...

Shared Ownership: L&Q has the answers for first-time home buyers

Committed to housing first time buyers in London, L&Q is continuously looking for ways to raise awareness of Shared Ownership and enhance its customer’s buying process. The PricedIn website, launched earlier this year, provides simple step-by-step guides to purchasing a property through Shared Ownership; covering everything from registering and reserving, to completion and getting the keys to your new...

Wealth Management – Looking Beyond Qualifications

It has become fashionable in recent times for anyone and everyone in Financial Services to set up a Wealth or Asset Management Company. In fact, at present someone could sit a few basic exams and within 2 – 3 months call themselves a financial adviser. In previous years the minimum requirement to become a financial adviser was a Certificate in Financial Planning which was really the equivalent of a GCSE. The...

Five Things to Know About Moving to Teddington in London

Living in the capital is an exciting prospect: there are more jobs, more shops, it’s where everything goes on. However, living in the Central London can be pricey, so it’s worth thinking about widening your search to areas on the outskirts. Even when combined with travel costs you’re still likely to save money by escaping the centre, and there’s also lots of other benefits. Teddington is a great area...