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The energy tariffs dilema continues to rage consumers

The energy tariffs dilemma continues to rage and most consumers don’t know what to think anymore. One side says the new bills that show a tariff comparison rate will make everything easier for consumers, while the other side insists these new bills will only make things more confusing. What’s the truth? How can you save on your energy bill this year? Although the debate has been raging for years,...

Consume less; share better – Hervé Kempf

Kempf’s is a simple mandate borne out of good, old-fashioned common sense. After all, how many of us own a tent that we use no more than a couple of days over the summer? How many of us have a slow-cooker that we’ve only ever used once or twice, but we hold on to ‘just in case’? How many of us make a journey in the car with four empty passenger seats? And on the flip side, how many of us have loft space...

The Definitive Guide to Online Selling

In this day and age people are becoming much more creative when finding ways to make money. Some have turned the art of selling online into a full time job, or just a way to earn a little bit of extra money by selling things you no longer want or need. With disposable income becoming tighter for many households, people have grown much savvier in terms of earning cash on the side, especially through online selling. Parcel2Go...

The Phantom Card App

In today’s economy, many families have had to give up eating out and certain entertainment venues. With the Phantom card you can begin enjoying the little luxuries in life again because they will now be incredibly affordable with 50 percent discounts and 2-4-1 deals. Not only does the Phantom card provide you with significant discounts, the new Phantom card app also makes finding these venues super easy....

Are you a self-proclaimed shopaholic?

If you are a self-proclaimed shopaholic, then it might be time to close up shop indefinitely. You might have a laundry list that could rival Bridget Jones’ diary. For instance, neither you nor your Mr. Darcy loves your “wobbly bits” per se. Bridget drowned in Vodka and sappy love songs; you don’t choose “Vodka. And Chaka Khan,” you just choose to shop. While retail therapy seems harmless...

Saving money after Christmas

When you look at your bank and credit card statements in January, you may be in for an unpleasant surprise. All that gift giving and merrymaking during this holiday season will likely leave you strapped for cash in the New Year. Make your New Year’s resolution to financially survive the first month of 2013 by implementing these strategies: Save Cash Gifts and Christmas Bonuses It may be tempting to live it...