Do You Know How to Calculate the Cost of Travel Insurance?

As the holidays draw near many people will be traveling home, or even abroad, to celebrate. If you’re spending a bit of cash on your trip you may want to consider travel insurance. However, you’ll want to know how to calculate the cost of travel insurance before shopping for an insurer. Who Needs Travel Insurance?   Most people don’t purchase travel insurance but it is a great way to ensure...
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Invest in Yourself with a Garden

As finance focused individuals, sometimes numbers, bank accounts, and incomes can overwhelm our minds and leave us feeling less than energized. When our  minds, and our demeanors are not performing at their best, everything else in our lives suffer. Our work suffers, our income suffers because we don’t invest our best selves into our investments, they suffer as well. As much as we believe in making...
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How To Save Money While Traveling

What if you could take an extravagant trip to that lush Oceanic island, and save money while you are there? It can be done it may seem impossible, at first, but saving money while traveling can be done. There are a few loopholes and corners that you have to exploit, however, you will save and sanity in the end. Relaxing and vacation just go together like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. For most...
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How Home Builders Can Save You Money

If you’re constructing a house and looking to reduce costs, read below for our favourite tips that every home builder in Melbourne should know. The cost of appliances and fixtures can add up and it’s common for new home builders to forget to include them in their original budgets. Therefore, making a ‘want versus need’ list will enable you to spend more in one area, while being economical in...
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Are Banking Implants The Future For Transactions?

In recent years, we have seen the emergence of microchip technology. With chip cards becoming the standard in almost all transactions, could we possibly see a banking implant in the next few years? This sounds like something out of a terrible dystopian novel series, we know, but it does seem likely. We have been able to use microchips in debit and credit cards since the 1980s, but it was not until...
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