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Financially Prepare Yourself for a Job Loss

Many individuals lost their jobs and livelihoods during the 2008 financial crisis.  As a result, hopes and dreams were dashed.  The world was on the brink of a financial disaster!  People with jobs attempted to hold onto what they had while others scrambled to become employed.  I remember the time when I lost my job.  My entire department had been let go due to lack of sales.  Despite losing my job, it was not the end of the world.  I ended up getting better opportunities and being better prepared in case this happens again.  You too can ...
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Treat Yourself to a Night out While Staying Within Your Budget

Saving money can be a difficult proposition for most people, but the fact remains that putting your earnings into some sort of savings account is good. Maintaining good financial health pays off in the long run, especially when you are looking to make large purchases, like a new house or new car. That said, everyone deserves to have some fun every now and then, and as long as your plan it out in advance, there are plenty of ways you can get out of the house while not spending a lot of money. A great way to get out of the house for a night out is ...
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Are You Saving and Investing Enough?

There has been a lot of talk in recent years – especially since the financial crisis of 2007 – about how working age people are not saving or investing enough to take care of themselves in their retirement. Whether retirement is a very long way off for you or is sneaking up faster than you would like, addressing your saving and investment habits and behaviors can make the whole thing a lot less stressful. Here is some advice to help you become a better saver and investor: Getting Into the Habit of Saving It can be frightening to think about ...
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How Europe is Responding to the Weakness of the European Monetary Union

If you turned on the television or opened a newspaper today, you would find little discussion of the problems facing the Eurozone. Although the repeated financial crises that have afflicted Europe over the last few years have made their splash in the mainstream media, most news outlets are now consumed with reporting the greater tragedy of the refugee crisis and the on-going struggles to get on top of Greek debt. Don’t allow this to make you complacent. For those whose fortunes and livelihoods depend on the performance of the Euro, it’s time ...
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