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How to Negotiate Fees and Charges – 12 Ways to Save Money on Phone, Banking and Other Service Bills

Over the years I’ve saved myself and my business thousands (somewhere in 5 figure range) in fees from my services companies. Here’s the mindset, communication style, influence methods, issue leveraging techniques and lines to use.

How to File Your Unemployment Weekly Claim Online

Each day it seems that there are more and more job seekers hitting the streets after losing their jobs for a variety of different reasons. Losing your job is not easy on you and you need to be able to get help when it’s needed. Some of that help can come from your Employment Office.

The Benefits of Using a Personal Finance Software

It is no secret that dealing with the matter of finance can get quite complicated. You are dealing with all the money that goes in and out. You have monthly bills and expenses that needs to be addressed. You also have to keep track of your budget and investments. With all the things that you need to deal with, it is not surprising that one would find all of that to be overwhelming.

How to Improve Your Personal Finances

Personal finance is definitely one of the most vital part of our lives and let’s face it we absolutely need it in order to survive. It is very doubtful that there is a soul that would actually want to have less money. But even though that is the case, there are still many of us that runs into a situation where they are running short on funds and some even have to declare bankruptcy.

One Side Effect of Inflation – Is Now The Right Time to Purchase an Annuity?

There appears to be a belief that the battle between inflation and deflation is now won, the UK is now in an inflationary cycle. The current rate of inflation is near 5% as measured by the old, but still universally accepted, measure: RPI. Whether this is right or wrong and some still think the inflation/deflation debate is not concluded, the fact is that financial planners and their clients need to work out the effects on the client money, savings, pensions and their general plans that a sustained, possibly even growing, rate of inflation may have.

Avoiding Job Loss Anxiety

A number of economists say that with the state of the economy today, practically everyone will experience a job loss at least once in their lives. And losing a job is never easy. It comes with a lot of pressures and anxieties. Where am I going to find income? How am I going to pay the bills? How long is it going to take before I find another job? Will my savings last long enough? These are just a few of the questions that plague the minds of the unemployed. These anxieties are normal if you’ve just experienced a sudden loss of income due to a job loss. So try not to mind them too much. Here are a couple of tips to get over your unemployment anxieties.

Sell Mobile Phones for Cash to Help Pay for Your Hairdresser Bills

I love having my hair styled. It’s just one of those things which make me feel like I’m making an effort and it really makes life easier in the morning when you’re trying to get ready and look half presentable. The problem is that having your hair highlighted or a perm can become very expensive so I’ve written the following article to help inform you of a few fantastic ways you can make money for your hairdresser costs. I hope you find the following article informative and useful.

Everything About Standard Bank and Its Easy Services

Standard bank can be called as a very large banking institution in South America which started its operations in 1863 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. It operates within the 17 African countries. The bank’s strength is its Corporate and Investment Banking, Personal and Business Banking, and Wealth management. Standard Bank market capitalization as of December 31, 2009 was R159 billion or $22 billion.

Talk to a Guide for the Best Advice

People age as time passes by. There will be a time when people can no longer work, and they will have to rely on their pension. However, there are some people who do not have pension plans; or if ever they have, it would not suffice to all their needs for the rest of their lives. Before retirement, one has to be prepared.

Should I Get A Checking Account? Some Advantages And Disadvantages

By now, you have probably noticed that the majority of adults (and even many teens and young adults) have a checking account to call their own. Why are these accounts so popular? Should you get one? Here are the main advantages and disadvantages of having a checking account.

5 Tips to Manage Your Finances

Hello and happy Spring!! Now don’t start rolling your eyes at me – I know we are still in the middle of winter but it’s never too early or late to start Spring cleaning our finances. My absolutely most favorite time of the year! Spring brings an air of freshness, excitement and yes the proverbial “Spring Cleaning.” Yes we tend to the home, garden, mind, body – isn’t it time to get out the tools and go through your finances?

Find Banks That Offer Checking Accounts With No Credit Check – 5 Tips

Having a checking account of your own may be something you have been considering for quite some time. In fact, you may have already made one or more attempts to apply for an account, only to end up getting your application rejected. If you want to find banks that offer checking accounts with no credit check, here are 5 tips that can help.

Find Out How to Save Money by Reducing Your Bills

If you are in debt, you either do not make enough money, you have too many bills, or both. If you are wondering how to save money in the long run, you should find out how to get your monthly payments down so that you can put away the cash that you no longer use on bills.

Tips for Finding Banks That Don’t Use ChexSystems

You may not have heard about ChexSystems until one day you got your checking account closed on you or were denied for a new bank account. Not many people even realize that most banks use a reporting agency but if you get put on the ChexSystems list you may find it a big problem opening up a new bank account.

What Are 2nd Chance Checking Accounts?

2nd chance checking accounts are primarily used by people that have been previously denied by a bank while trying to open a new account. Due to today’s economic climate, more and more Americans have difficulty paying their bills. It has been reported that there are over 50 million Americans that do now have a working checking account.

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