Monthly Archives: November 2012

Is Heater Hire Worth It?

Do you remember the last few years’ worth of UK winters? At times the temperatures absolutely plummeted and working conditions for many business places were extremely difficult. Much like the road services which have to deal with unforeseen extreme weather conditions and just weren’t equipped with the sufficient road gritting trucks needed during winter’s worst bites, many businesses can also suffer in providing sufficient heating during the coldest snaps. So when the snow is all around this winter and the … Continue reading

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Ten Types Of Unsecured Loans

By David Treehouse Unsecured loans are loans that aren’t attached to any collateral. A lot of people like unsecured loans because they don’t have to worry about putting up their homes or cars for collateral. However, if you’re thinking of taking out an unsecured be warned that the interest rates are usually much higher and that in order to obtain one, you’ll have to have a good credit score. Credit Cards A credit card is essentially an unsecured loan since … Continue reading

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How To Go About Finding The Best Mortgage

By Avery Bale There are many ways to find a mortgage. If you have the right financial foundation, and are credit worthy, you will probably have more choices than you can handle. How do you sort through all these choices? There are a few ways.. What is your tolerance for risk? There are many different types of mortgages. The two we’ll cover here (there are a lot more) are variable and fixed. Variable changes with the rate set by wider … Continue reading

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Five Ways To Save Money on Concert Tickets

By David Treehouse I love going to concerts. I would love to go to many more if I could. Whether it’s to see the Black Keys or any other of my favorite groups, the problem is that ticket prices can be downright expensive. I don’t want to spend more money than I have to on the tickets because the less money I spend, the more concerts I can go to. My first choice is to try to win the tickets … Continue reading

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