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4 Questions that need to be considered before establishing a budget

Monday, 21 March 2011, 14:04 | Budgeting, Managing Debt | 0 Comment
by Numan

It is essential that you try and come out of debts if your debts are continually rising. This is important as after debt reduction not only your financial life but also your family and social life, improves. One of the most important ways in which you can proceed towards debt reduction is by planning a […]

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How can your kids aid you solve your debt problems?

Wednesday, 2 March 2011, 13:22 | Managing Debt | 0 Comment
by Numan

Guest post written by Martha Jackson. This is not that debts are grown-up things. You can include the whole family in your debt solutions. Just try to tell your kids and family about the debt problems you’re facing so that they can help you with the financial problems. You can also go for debt consolidation […]

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From concerns over unprecedented levels of government debt to making money from your old books @ The RoundUp

Friday, 20 November 2009, 5:43 | Economics | 0 Comment
by Numan

As I’ve posted last week I’ve sold the vast majority of my 6 month dollar cost averaging portfolio. The economic environment is too shaky for my taste. I’m willing to risk losing potential return since the risk I consider is a quick drop back to March 2009 levels. Assuming jobs won’t improve any time soon […]

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Why A Mortgage Is An Opportunity And Why We Shouldn’t Fear Mortgages

Wednesday, 18 June 2008, 16:31 | Home Finance and Mortgage, Investing | 0 Comment
by Numan

If I was a potential home buyer I’d start browsing for opportunities Even the mere mention of a mortgage is sometimes enough to send some people running for their lives. Mortgages have a bad rep and are associated with debt, dubious financial logic and the recent sub-prime crisis. The truth, as always, lies in the […]

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Americans Report Their Savings Habits and Progress

Wednesday, 11 June 2008, 16:09 | Budgeting, Economics, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

A recent research by the ASEC sheds light on some very important statistics regarding Americans’ saving habits and progress Americans have long been accused as saving too little while consuming too much. A recent survey by the ASEC has some intriguing results. Can you find yourself in the numbers? I’ve extracted what seemed to me […]

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Where Should Your Next Spare Dollar Go?

Thursday, 3 April 2008, 13:11 | Budgeting, Investing, Money Saving Tips | 0 Comment
by Numan

My wife and I have finally been able to save some money. After buying a home, remodeling it and getting married all in one year our financial resources have been greatly depleted. A couple of months with relatively smaller expenses passed and we’ve been able to save a small yet significant amount of money. Suddenly […]

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When is it Reasonable to Take a Loan? Consider These 4 Questions

Tuesday, 5 February 2008, 15:03 | Managing Debt | 0 Comment
by Numan

I’ve recently wrote an article titled “Avoiding the slippery slope of debt” in which I wrote about how quickly small loans may amount to significant debt and mentioned ways of avoiding it. However, there are cases where we simply must finance ourselves with the bank’s money. As with anything in life the middle way is […]

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Avoiding the Slippery Slope of Debt

Saturday, 26 January 2008, 6:44 | Managing Debt | 0 Comment
by Numan

Private consumption has been increasing steadily. We’re happily consuming away. Sometimes even financing our desires with a small loan here and there. I’ve recently bought and refurbished my apartment. I’ve had to finance this purchase and the refurbishment with a significant mortgage and some personal loans. From my personal ...

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