Small Changes to Help You Build Your Wealth

Everyone wants to have a little bit more disposable money. They want to be able to buy that fancy car, big house, or yacht. Maybe some people’s dreams are even simpler in that they want to pay off their student loans, have an emergency fund, and stop living pay check to pay check.

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Five Ways Businesses Can Be Prepared for Opportunities

One of the most important aspects in any industry is taking advantage of opportunities. While ups and downs are expected in markets and consumer behavior, companies that are ready to capitalize on those fluctuations can quickly rise to the top of an industry. In article about Warren Stephens on Barron’s, the CEO detailed how quick thinking and preparation were key elements in growing a financial company in tough economic times. As a result, companies that focus on staying flexible, developing contingency plans, maintain an experienced workforce, analyze trends, and stay prepared represent the most likely selections to make an impact when opportunity arises.

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Tips for first time buyers in the UK

Purchasing a property for the first time can be a stressful and emotional experience. But, by considering these tips for first time buyers in the UK, you can ensure that the experience is as positive as possible. Continue reading “Tips for first time buyers in the UK”

5 must know essentials for starting up your own business

Starting up your own business can be stressful, especially if you’re doing it for the first time. There are many things to learn and do, which can make you feel as though you’re climbing a Everest without any tools at all. It can also be quite nerve-wracking, due to the uncertainty that new business owners face. Fortunately, we’ve come up with some tips to help make this easier for you, so hopefully you’ll have that business set up in no time!

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The Quick Guide to Saving Attention, Time, and Money

Our natural response to maximising business success is to spend more time driving sales, nurturing clients, and improving our products or services. It is hard to believe the results we seek will come from anything less than many hours of tireless grafting—a notion epitomised by the popular phrase “time is money”. But the belief that the amount of time we spend is directly related to the level of success we achieve is a false one, which in reality sets in motion a perpetuating cycle that drains our energy reserves and limits our ability to achieve new heights. What Benjamin Franklin’s famous phrase fails to get across is that it is not solely the unit of time itself that equates to money, but how you spend such time and where you focus your attention.

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Put a Cork in your Financial Holes

Whether you have a million dollars or 10 cents to your name, leaking money is a decidedly unwise use of your funds. Many people don’t even realize they are losing money every month by making a few simple mistakes. You could easily save hundreds of dollars by plugging a few holes in your budget.

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Why Your Business Should Host a Webinar

If you have been wondering why more and more businesses have been hosting webinars, there are really plenty of good reasons why it just makes good, sound business sense. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons why your business should host a webinar.

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