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Best Ways to Save Money on Your Home

Your home is one of your biggest assets, and if you have recently moved into your home you might find yourself desperate to decorate. If you’ve been in your home a while, you might find yourself stuck with some nasty habits that involve overspending. Think about the amount of money you’ll spend over the course of your lifetime on your home, from mortgage repayments, water bills, rates, electricity and renovations

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4 Tips for Cutting Your Electricity Bill

If there is one dreaded moment in the course of a month almost all people out there fear then that is the moment when you open your mail box to see a stash of bills you really have to pay. And, among them, the electricity bill is one of the most expensive ones. Good news is that you can lower the number you see every month if you pay attention

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4 Tips for Saving Money Around the Home

Life can be expensive – well that’s probably the biggest understatement of the century. Life is expensive, especially in our modern world as our ‘wants’ are often blended together as ‘needs’. We have been consumers and the average household consumes a lot. If you figure out ways to minimise your consumption, your house costs will decrease. Many of us would like to save more money, so cutting costs around the

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Five Fun and Free Activities You Can do With Kids

With the summer holidays looming, many parents up and down the country have their head in their hands, wondering what they can do with their little ones, to keep them occupied, starve off those ‘I’m bored’ tantrums, all without spending a fortune. Keeping kids’ minds occupied generally costs money, because let’s face it, everything these days does, however there are some activities that don’t cost a penny generally, and are

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Top Degrees to Study in 2014

It’s not easy to have to face making such a huge decision such as choosing your degree. For most of the people out there, higher education (in all its forms) is a large investment. In fact, it also means that, in most of the cases, people will have to get indebted to some financial institution in order to fund their further education. If you top this with the fact that

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