Archives for August 2012

Keep an Eye Out for the Top 3 Forex Trading Scams

Top 3 FOREX Trading Scams As forex scams are quite prevalent, it is extremely important to remain vigilant when it comes to avoiding these types of situations. After all, in no way, shape, or form do you want to have to go through this type of harrowing ordeal. That said, how do you avoid being […]

What Are Good Investments?

For those who have only recently accumulated enough excess money to consider investments, the range of options can be startlingly complex. For many people, at the very most it used to mean leaving one’s cash in a high-interest savings account for a few years. But in terms of getting a bigger return, savings are arguably […]

Current Trend to Virtual Offices

Virtual Offices Many people are working from home these days, enjoying the flexibility  of looking after our families while still earning an income. Some of these are people in the full time employ of large businesses, which recognise the wisdom of freeing their employees from the tedium of coming in to an office at fixed times, as long […]

Choosing Between Secured and Unsecured Loans

Secured vs. Unsecured Financing- When you need a large loan, you may be offered secured financing. There are many advantages to choosing a secured loan including better rates and lower credit standards. However, there are also risks associated with these loans. Here is what you should know about each option and how they can benefit […]

How Many Australians Can Afford Not to Take out Health Insurance?

Australian Health Insurance– If you choose not to purchase private health insurance, you need to bear in mind that Medicare services are not always as readily accessible as you would like. Reports from the 2010-11 year published on show that 15% of people who had consulted a general practitioner felt that they had waited longer than […]

Australian Credit Card Reform to Empower Cardholders

Credit Card Reform- The Credit card reform which was passed on 01 July this year seeks to address the $37-billion in credit card debt that Australian households are struggling to repay. Interest on the debt is said to average out at $4,852 per cardholder, as per the latest figures released by Roy Morgan Research. An impressive […]

Saving For Your Childs College Education without Breaking Your Budget

College Education- Every parent wants to give their child the best possible start in life and for many children that will mean a quality college education. So how can you provide your child with a college education without breaking the budget? With prior planning even a family with a modest income can afford to provide their child with […]

Large Family? Check Out Four Ways to Save on Health Insurance

Save on Health Insurance- Even if your family is covered under a health insurance plan, having a large family can still be expensive when it comes to appointments, checkups and medication. Most health plans won’t give you and your family 100% coverage, and some plans won’t cover certain treatments. Despite this, it is still possible […]