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Stock Market Excitement Is Not Exclusive of Wise Investing by Jamie Wu
... On the other hand, having lived in a city your entire life, you probably don’t see yourself moving into the outback to live the ‘simple life’, hence the need for a reliable pension plan. This sounds very much like identifying needs and wants , however, the needs are far away in the future compared to the actual wants. Our solution to this dilemma includes two components. First, split up your horizon into long term, mid term and short term. Secondly, as the needs obviously should receive ...

How To Subtract In Your Head by Murdo Macleod
... A few tips to help you:Always relax when you're doing mental math (or when performing any mental activity for that matter). Never strain your mind - the natural way is best. And remember, you're only ever competing with yourself. Go at the pace that's most comfortable for YOU! Like most things in life, there's an easy way and an unlimited number of difficult ways. Be good to yourself and get used to finding the easy way, Your whole life will run smoother as a result.

Join the Bulgarian Property Boom With Confidence by Timothy Wright
... With a low cost of living, fantastic snowfields and the Black Sea along the Eastern border, Bulgaria is quickly becoming the sun and ski holiday destination of choice for many Europeans. New developments are springing up especially in the coastal towns of Varna and Burgas, along with the ski towns of Borovetz, Bansko and Pamporovo. Many multinationals have also set-up offices in the capital Sofia. The Kit was created to answer the most common questions on the minds of investors concerning ...

How Much Is Your Second Income Costing You? by Erica Armstrong
... Usually the second income earner is doing to in order to elevate the families standard of living. Many families with two incomes are able to economize, but the reality is they do not. If you are trying to evaluate the true value of a second income, you would be well advised to ask yourself these questions. Could you make large cuts in your food bills by gardening and freezing home grown produce and by cutting out pre-packaged convenience foods? Also cutting down on eating out and ordering ...

Retirement May Not Look Great to Some by Martin Lukac
... Often, your income is a fixed amount, while inflation raises the cost of living over the years. Your money buys less and less the older you grow. Medical costs are on the rise and many employers don't offer health-care insurance to retirees anymore. Those that do are planning on changing or eliminating the coverage due to rising costs. There are many ways to save for retirement. Hundreds of articles are on the internet that offer investment, budget and saving education.

Energy Concern by Cyrus Saharkhiz
... The cost of repairs is almost nothing, as solar power plants are clean, safe, and stable after the initial construction. Solar energy also leaves no waste, deducting desposal costs and providing a relief for the environment. The only choice left at the moment is to rely on solar energy to fufill our energy needs. In short time, the effort and cost of constructing solar power plants will be compensated with a clean, renewable, and safe energy source.

Life Insurance – Smokers and Overweights Pay Over 50% More! by Michael Challiner
... David Pickett, Life Insurance Manager at Sainsbury's spoke for the insurance industry when he confirmed “Health risks associated with smoking can have a big effect on life cover costs. It is vital for those who have kicked the habit to review their policies”. Just how big an effect smoking has on life insurance costs was highlighted in a recent snapshot study by This found that the average smoker paid 56% more than a non-smoker. The study was based on nine of the UK's top insurance ...

Finding Your Dream Home by Tara Jacobsen
... ways to find out what home prices are like where you want to live. You can drive the area and pick up flyers that will give you an idea of what home prices are like, search the internet for homes in your price range, or if you choose to get professional help, utilize tools like a Flash report to tell you when a new home in your price range comes on the market. Now that you know what you want, how much you can afford and where you would like to live, you are ready to start looking at homes.

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