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20 Things To Know About London

February 20, 2014 11:00 amComments Off on 20 Things To Know About London
20 Things To Know About London

A Fast-Track Guide to London Below is a comprehensive guide, compiling 20 things you must know about London – both before, or after you visit England’s central hub. * When travelling and making a connection, there are several stations that everything seems to revolve around – Baker Street, Embankment / […]

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Self Employed vs. Employed

January 31, 2014 10:00 am0 comments
Self Employed vs. Employed

Escaping the dreary daily routine of the nine to five may seem like the ideal lifestyle to many, but how does it really compare to working under someone else? There are certainly benefits and disadvantages to both of these work environments and situations; and I’m going to be exploring in […]

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The Bitcoin Revolution: Brilliant or dangerous?

January 23, 2014 3:10 pm0 comments
The Bitcoin Revolution: Brilliant or dangerous?

The current acceptance of the online currency ‘bitcoin’ is divided. This week, it was declared that Cumbria University would allow payment for tuition fees in bitcoins. What makes this cyber-currency so attractive, yet also unsettling, for so many organisations? Is the bitcoin truly as good as it sounds, or could […]

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Car Insurance Prices Drop

January 21, 2014 5:17 pm0 comments

In the fourth quarter of 2013, car insurance prices were reported to have dropped by as much as 12.5% annually with a 7.5% drop for third party insurance as well. This welcome news comes at a time when the financial times is reporting that the car insurance companies price “war” […]

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Why is the UK’s title as ‘the financial centre of the world’ under threat from EU legislation?

July 30, 2013 5:47 pm0 comments
Why is the UK’s title as ‘the financial centre of the world’ under threat from EU legislation?

EU Legislation The Capital Requirements Directive (CRD) has sparked controversy amongst financial players and politicians following a proposal of cutting remuneration, which is said to be the strictest limits on payouts in Europe. The directive forms part of the CRD IV package which was implemented in July 2011 to address […]

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A Guide To Simple Payday Loans Systems

June 28, 2013 6:02 pmComments Off on A Guide To Simple Payday Loans Systems
A Guide To Simple Payday Loans Systems

Whether you are applying online or by phone, your application is processed electronically. These loans are specially designed for the people who are struggling with financial obligations. They are here to help you whenever a problem suddenly pops up. This calls for good reason to file for a payday loan. […]

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The New Face Of Britain

April 1, 2013 10:05 am2 comments
The New Face Of Britain

The other half and I went down to Greenwich the other day for a little outing marking our fourteen-month anniversary (yes, alright, we know we’re soppy).  Greenwich, for us as for a lot of the people of Britain, is one of the places that, even though the North-of-the-Riverers never venture […]

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Crowd funding, the saviour of British Business?

March 26, 2013 1:59 pm0 comments
Crowd funding, the saviour of British Business?

If you ask any business owner ‘what is the biggest issue they face in these times of austerity’, the most likely response will be: access to capital, or the distinct lack thereof. This, in turn, can have a devastating effect on the wider economy as is often reported in the […]

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