5 Key Benefits of Virtual Data Rooms for your business

Feb 21

5 Key Benefits of Virtual Data Rooms for your business

Data security is a great concern to all organizations. Gone are days when computer’s hard drives were considered as the safest ways of storing information. With many prying eyes out there and advancement in technology, there has been a great need to have the most reliable ways of sharing and storing data. The introduction virtual data rooms (VDR), it has been a game changer in the way data is stored and shared. VDR is indeed one of the most secure ways of sharing and storing data. It is an online file storage that is easy to access, more reliable and well organized. 

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Making sure school doesn’t break the bank

Feb 21

Making sure school doesn’t break the bank

With new uniforms, P.E. kits and educational trips, the costs of sending your child to school can soon start to run up. The average packed lunch can cost up to £550 a year and, when you have more than one child, it can really start to add up. With a bit of forward planning and budgeting, you can make some big savings. Auto Advance have some great tips on how send your kids off to school while making savings.

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How to Make Your Money Grow

Dec 29

How to Make Your Money Grow

It’s perhaps been discussed to death and covered so many different times that it’s becoming somewhat of a cliché, that being just how exactly one goes about making their money grow. The principle is simple — invest whatever money you have with the aim of ideally having it generate an income passively, but that’s perhaps where all the barriers start forming.

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6 Hidden Benefits of Prepaid Cards

Dec 16

6 Hidden Benefits of Prepaid Cards

Prepaid Visa cards offer so much more than just a reloadable plastic card that can be used anywhere major credit cards are accepted. Listed below are some overlooked advantages of prepaid cards:

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Financial Literacy is a Family Affair

Dec 08

Financial Literacy is a Family Affair

It could be argued that the worldwide financial crisis that began in 2007-2008, and still resonates today, was fueled by financial illiteracy. Writing on the US News site in August 2016, entrepreneur and performance coach Josh Felber argued that the crisis was caused, at least in part, by people forgetting some very basic lessons about money, perhaps especially this one: “Don’t borrow more than you can repay.”

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Financial New Year Resolutions

Nov 03

Financial New Year Resolutions

Whether it’s getting fit, finding love or moving house – we’ve all made a new year’s resolution before. Studies show that while lots of adults set themselves a goal in January, plenty don’t manage to see the them through. If you want to set yourself a challenge, and your finances are looking a little bleak, we have some tips that will see you through the year.

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Cheap Entertainment for Students on a Budget

Oct 24

Cheap Entertainment for Students on a Budget

Once you’ve crossed the academic threshold and you’re fully immersed in your new life as a tertiary student the reality of just how little each of your pounds buys comes down on you like a tonne of bricks. It doesn’t get better, unless you hit the lottery or something, but then again who has any money to spend on lottery tickets when there are so many other functions for each pound you could think of?

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