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Millennials Miles away from Purchasing Property

“If millennials would eat less avocados, they would be able to afford a mortgage”, a common joke with regards to this generation and purchasing property. Only 4% of all households led by a 25-34 year old own their home outright and 35% are in the process of buying with a mortgage or loan. However, research…
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How To Save For Your New Home

With the high cost of living and other commitments, it is hard to save up for a deposit in this day and age. Nevertheless, if you follow our simple tips and tricks you will be able to turn your dream house into reality, with much more ease. Deposit The first major saving you’ll have to…
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Becoming Mindful With Your Money

Being mindful is beneficial in all aspects of our life and it shouldn’t be any different with our money. Mindfulness is about cultivating a practice of paying attention to your internal state in the moment, and noticing how that affects your decisions and behavior. We might not consider finance related to our spirituality, however in the world…
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How payday loans work

How payday loans work Payday loans are short-term loans originally designed to tide people over until payday. The money is paid directly into your bank account, and you repay in full with interest and charges – at the end of the month. Increasingly though, you can borrow for longer periods – typically three months (but…
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Bad Credit Payday Loans: What You Need to Know

At one time or another, many of us will turn to short term lending in order to get us through a difficult financial period. Maybe you need a cash injection to tide you over to your next payday because your car needs a new tyre and you use it to get to work. Or, perhaps,…
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Shopping Addiction & Compulsive Buying Disorder

Are There Different Types of Shopping or Spending Addictions? According to Shopaholics Anonymous, there are several different types of shopaholics, and they are as follows: Compulsive shopaholics who shop when they are feeling emotional distress Trophy shopaholics who are always shopping for the perfect item Shopaholics who want the image of being a big spender…
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