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The future begins now

Personal savings are now closely aligned to personal ambitions and long term plans, and are becoming less about setting some money aside for what may happen and more about keeping a firm eye on what will happen.

How to make your money go further

Does your money stretch as far as you would like it to? If not, there are plenty of tricks and tips that could help you stretch out your finances further.

Personal Banking: Easy Access is the Key

Whenever new technology makes a universal impact the business world soon finds a way of harnessing it to suit its own and also its customers’ ends. That axiom is particularly true in banking which as an industry tends to be a keen ‘early adopter’ when it comes to significant technological advances.

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To save or to invest: the best course of action for your money

What’s the best thing to do with your hard earned money? Place it in a savings account or invest elsewhere in the hope of making more profit in the long term?

Feeling the Squeeze: Riding Out the Financial Storm

With the so-called ‘credit crunch’ wreaking havoc with the global economy, it’s probably safe to say that money is more of an issue than it has been in a long time for most people.

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Don’t be dismayed by the credit crunch

In times of economic slowdown it’s easy to get dragged down by the drudgery of credit crunch conditions. There is always something you can do in order to improve your own credit situation so don’t lose faith just yet.

David Vs Goliath?: The Global Arguments Over Interchange Fees

With 69% of Britons preferring to use plastic rather than cash, a whopping 3 million of them juggling 5 or more credit cards, and someone every two seconds switching credit cards in order to take advantage of introductory 0% interest balance transfer offers, the credit card business is bigger than ever.

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Football: Playing The Money Game

When the coach makes that big signing, it’s easy for fans to get excited. Remember the buzz around Chelsea when Roman Abromavich took over, brought in Jose Mourinho, and splurged on top players like Andrei Shevchenko, who cost the Russian businessman a British transfer record £30m?

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How to beat the credit crunch

It’s nothing but doom and gloom in the papers nowadays, but there are ways you can make your money stretch further and take control of your finances more easily than you might think.

Writing the prefect Letter of Intent

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As you try and close a deal, the first step for you would be writing a letter of intent. Most rookie investors tend to overlook the importance of this letter and instead rush into things. This can be a fatal mistake and will definitely lead to problems once formal negotiations are initiated.

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