The 2007 financial crisis caused widespread damage to not only the UK banking sector, but to the economy as a whole. In the process, it also caused massive harm to the reputation of bankers in general. One of the ways that banks are trying to solve this problem is by creating schemes to pay citizens back. However, repairing such a damaged relationship with the UK taxpayer will require innovative thinking by those involved in the UK financial industry. [Read more...]
Car title loans may seem like the perfect solution in those moments when cash is needed quickly. While they can be useful, car title loans can also initiate a whole host of problems for those who aren’t able to repay them on time. They are also typically high interest, short-term loans, which can make the repayment process even more difficult for borrowers. [Read more...]
Welcome to part two of our mini-series on buying a car for your teenager. In part one we talked about what type of car is best for your teenage driver and in part two we’ll talk about where to get their first car.
Believe it or not, the fun part actually begins after you’ve finished your initial research. The internet has made car buying, comparing and listing easier than ever and all of that technology is a huge benefit to buyers and sellers alike. The former gets a majority of that benefit though since buyers can easily compare prices and access inventory with just a few clicks using the internet. [Read more...]
Please enjoy this guest post from Nikki Harris. Nikki is an independent writer for DollarTree.com.
It’s that awkward time of the year for college students and kids who are far away from home. They’re settling into their routines, but they may be running out of supplies for school. Their batteries are running low about now – figuratively and literally. It’s not quite time for the holidays, and they may be feeling a little homesick. Therefore, it’s prime time for a care package, and putting one together can be almost as much fun as receiving one in the mail. [Read more...]
Please enjoy this post from staff writer, Mitchell Pauly. Mitchell writes over at SnarkFinance.com.
If success were easy, I would know what it feels like. Currently success is like a hot chick at a bar for me, I can stare as much as I like but the probability of having her is low. She lavishes attention upon seemingly everyone I know I am as smart as (or smarterer), and makes a habit out of popping up in the most unexpected places (like that time she drove a Dodge Viper by me in the ghetto). Success is a hard bitch. Chase her to your own chagrin. [Read more...]
We all know that surviving in London is a seriously expensive place to live, but what about actually enjoying yourself? Is it possible on a budget? While it can often seem impossible, there are some way to save when you’re living in one of the most expensive cities in the world. Read this post for a few ideas: [Read more...]