A quick guide to funeral plans

Mar 30

In moments of quiet reflection, many people sit down and think about the arrangements they would like to be made when the time eventually comes for their funeral. Many personal preferences and decisions are likely to be involved, so it is a natural concern to wonder how those final wishes might be realised.

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A Line of Credit Covers the Unexpected

Mar 28

If you’ve never made a budget before, you may be surprised at where all of your money goes – and maybe even disappointed. Once you’ve crunched the numbers, you might realize that you have just enough to cover your expenses (or near enough) each month. This might come with a sigh of relief; it’s certainly better than coming out in the red! But it’s still not a good sign. Without any extra income, there’s no wriggle room or savings to be made. Should something unexpected you didn’t budget for come along, you’ll have no means to pay for it.

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INFOGRAPHIC – How to Travel the World for Free

Mar 15

There are three types of leisure travellers out there: those who travel regularly and do so because they simply love it, those who travel occasionally and would love to travel more, and those who have all these destinations mapped-out on their bucket lists but can only dream of ticking them off for now. For all three of these types of leisure travellers, one common saying very likely rings true. That is “If travelling was free, you’d never see me again!” Well… I guess this is goodbye forever then, since I’ll never see you again! Travelling can indeed be free, if you know exactly where and how to look for some practical actions you can take to effectively travel the world for free.

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