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Personal Finance Tips in The Wake of COVID-19

We can all definitely agree that what the UK is dealing with is entirely unprecedented. We are now over halfway through 2020, and it isn't easy to imagine what life is going to be like once the country returns back to normal.  The majority of the population has had to come to terms with social isolation, social distancing and a range of other restrictions, so it's only been natural to feel... ❯❯❯

How COVID-19 is Changing the Housing Market

The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything seen in recent American history. With social distancing the norm and millions filing for unemployment, this disease affects every facet of life and changes the way we do business. Like many industries, the housing market is feeling the pandemic's effects, and in this article, we look at what ways COVID-19 is changing this industry. Slowing Recovery ... ❯❯❯

Use VPN for Online Shopping: Using VPN to Buy Things Cheaper

These days everybody shops online. You can buy everything from an online store, and more and more people prefer to shop online instead of visiting a local store. As a matter of fact, shopping online provides a lot of benefits, including convenience, better selections, more comfort, time saving, better prices and more. As more and more people shop online, online shoppers have figured out a lot... ❯❯❯

When Exactly Should You Start Estate Planning?

When should you start estate planning for the future? This is obviously an important task, but it might not seem necessary in your 20s. However, many financial professionals advocate starting that early. Starting to make decisions this early can pave the way for more complicated planning and harder decisions down the road. Also, having a firm foundation early can mean far less difficulty for... ❯❯❯

The Five Coping Stages Following a Traumatic Injury

Whether you or someone close to you has experienced a traumatic injury, you must be aware of the harrowing emotional stress that comes with it. Although the physical pain wears away with time, the emotional and mental pain remains. If you have lost your job or have unpaid medical because of an accident, then you also have to deal with financial grief after a wreck.   Everybody has a... ❯❯❯

Funeral Planning Made Easy

Planning a funeral is not easy, most especially if you want to have a cost-efficient one due to budget constraints. But, at the same time, you want to have a funeral that honours your loved one. It is never easy because of all the stresses, sadness, and emotions you feel when you lose someone, more so if it is an unexpected and untimely death. Add to that all of the decision making and planning... ❯❯❯

5 Reason First-Time Buyers Should Consider Manufactured and Mobile Homes

Affordable housing has become increasingly difficult for first-time buyers who want to start a family. The idea of buying an expensive starter home knowing in only a few years you will need to relocate isn’t appealing. Of course, flushing money down the drain on apartment rent remains a poor use of income as well. Compounding matters, a site-built housing crisis may be on the horizon for... ❯❯❯

How Graphic Designers Can Use Instagram Account To Travel Around The World For Free

There are some people who are actually late in this Instagram bandwagon. There are many of them who have created first account just few weeks back. Once you have joined this platform, you will actually start to realize why so many millennial are so obsessed with this platform. You are not just going to get more engagement in this platform when compared to Twitter, Facebook or other social... ❯❯❯

7 Things to Consider When Planning for Retirement

Ah, retirement. It’s something that many working folk look forward to. After all, when you spend most of your life working hard, it’s nice to know there’s time to relax and enjoy life. Whether retirement is right around the corner or you’re still young yet starting to plan for retirement, there’s a lot you need to think about. Check out these seven things to consider... ❯❯❯

Why You Need to Keep Working After Retirement

The percentage of people aged 65 to 74 years in the labor force has risen from 20.4 percent in 2002 to 20.6 in 2012. The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS)  projects that this rate will increase to 31.9 percent in 2022. Many workers look forward to their retirement and they hope to rest and kickstart projects they were not able to work on before retirement. But partly because... ❯❯❯