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An introduction to money management

Everyone wants to make their money go further. Setting up a budget, staying on top of your bills and living within your means – it can all pay off. It’s a good feeling being in control of your finances. And managing money is a skill we should all have – but it’s often something we’re not taught at school. For most of us, we learn as we go, and this could involve a few costly mistakes.

Financial pressures can affect all of us. We’ve all reached the end of the mon

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The Most Common Ways to Cover Debts in 2019

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The moment you decide to pay your debts permanently, you seek to bring peace, stability, and confidence into your life. However, it's generally known you should stay away from strategies that make you end up with unpayable interests. Balance your debts with a loan? It may not be the best option because you can't borrow more. Neither is stop paying or fleeing the country.

So what are the best strategies to pay off your debts effectively and without panicking?

We understand that not all debts are so

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In fact, after the latest rate has ascended in Canada, it’s essential now to pay down your debts with the cost of borrowing. This statement from the Bank of Canada must make Canadian people concerned.
 
Needless to say, a lot of credit cards have such high-interest rates that they lead to the scariest debt in the whole world. Scott Hannah, the president of Credit Counselling Society, recommends paying off your debts on the credit card as soon as possible despite the fact that prime rates don’t inf
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Enrique Suarez Presenting:

The Myth that Japan is Broke: The World’s Largest “Debtor” is now the Largest Creditor

Source: Ellen Brown

Global Research

Japan’s massive government debt conceals massive benefits for the Japanese people, with lessons for the U.S. debt “crisis.”

In an April 2012 article in Forbes titled “If Japan Is Broke, How Is It Bailing Out Europe?”, Eamonn Fingleton pointed out the Japanese government was by far the largest single non-Eurozone contributor to the latest Euro rescue eff

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It’s the Interest, Stupid! Why Bankers Rule the World

Source:

Ellen Brown

Global Research, November 08, 2012

Web of Debt

In the 2012 edition of Occupy Money released last week, Professor Margrit Kennedy writes that a stunning 35% to 40% of everything we buy goes to interest. This interest goes to bankers, financiers, and bondholders, who take a 35% to 40% cut of our GDP. That helps explain how wealth is systematically transferred from Main Street to Wall Street. The rich get

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Useful Resources for Financial Literacy

The purpose of this blog post is to stress the importance of financial education (literacy) by gathering valuable resources that will help both youth and adults get a better understanding of finance.

I chose to write about financial literacy as lack of it represents the basis for most of the legislation and regulation initiatives. With products getting more complex the consumers are more vulnerable to mis-selling. Also, this is no secret consumers may show irresponsibility in their financial deci

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A comprehensive round-up of some of Mr Ingram's work (of IngramSure (UK) Ltd) on investigating the instability and risk that is built into the foundations  of the world's economies. Edward thinks that this is where Risk Managers need to assert themselves by getting involved in the design of the products that they are risk managing.


BORIS - Edward you have been telling me and much of the world on your blogs about your researches.

 

It seems that your approach to risk management is somewhat unique.

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Are we seeing ghosts everywhere or is something ugly going on indeed? Take a look to some of the current debates, concerns and questions about Greece, US and China, and imagine how it all could play out.

Greece: Austerity measures and new bailout package

Last week, Greece’s Prime Minister George Papandreou won approval to his 78 billion-euro package of budget cuts and asset sales, key to receive the fifth instalment of 110 billion-euro bailout in 2010. This despite of the boiling public anger and
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