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Grow Your Business & Meet Business Operating Costs with Working Capital

June 11th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

As a small business owner, your working capital is one of the most important elements on your balance sheet. It’s how investors determine your financial stability, and it shows how much money you have on hand to manage business operating costs and grow your assets. Working capital is defined as your current assets minus your […]

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Work and Play: A Look at Britain’s Finances

May 22nd, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

There can be no doubt that the UK has been going through an age of austerity in the past few years after the banking crisis. Thankfully the country seems to have weathered the worst of the storm better than some others in Europe. Greece has been particularly hard hit and Spain and Ireland both saw […]

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Surviving Bond Bubbles and Runaway Stocks

April 29th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

Some of the most successful entrepreneurs of today have been those who have kept updated with changing trends in investment and technology. When it comes to investment trends, one common problem is the herd mentality. Investors find it hard to break away from what everyone else is doing. Despite their claims of making unemotional, rational […]

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Forget Bieber’s Scam: Talk To Your Teens About Money

April 28th, 2013 · blog

According to CNNMoney, Justin Bieber is launching a prepaid debit card targeted at his teen fans. The card is not the worst celebrity endorsed debit card ever, but it sure doesn’t seem to fit the implied intent of the spendsmartcard.com domain name that it can be found at. The card is just a way for teens […]

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Credit Card Legal Questions: Answers You’ve Been Looking For

April 28th, 2013 · blog, Guest Post

Credit cards are a very social topic these days. In simple twitter searches, we find conversations about points, debt, collections, payments, interest rates and more! However, one thing I’ve noticed in these different streams of conversation is that several questions tend to go unanswered. Unfortunately, it seems as though these are by far, the most […]

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