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The Unspoken Violence Of Financial Abuse

The Power Drive of the Abuser An abuser’s desire for power and control is what drives the abusive relationship. It’s no surprise that finances will be impacted as well. Victims of financial abuse try to reason away the abuser’s actions, always making logical (but illogical) excuses. Hopefully, a good example will change his ways.

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Posted by John Loff / Mar 22, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Finance and Psychology


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Innovative Online Lending – Pros And Cons

Lending over the past few years has moved away from banks. These days with a swipe of your smartphone you can borrow through online companies using powerful digital platforms. This freedom of being able to use alternative lending methods has undoubtedly impacted the banking industry by making it easier for individuals to access loan products. Great for consumers and financial institutions alike.

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Posted by John Loff / Mar 16, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Online Loans Guides


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The Psychology Of Better Financial Decision Making

If you want to know about money and better financial decisions, you should look at important practical and psychological facts that apply. You can make dealing with money a lot easier – that is earning more and spending less – if you concede or believe that: Money Is Energy.

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Posted by John Loff / Mar 13, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Finance and Psychology


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10 Rules to Remember When Borrowing Money

Realising You’re in Debt Nobody sets out to be in debt, but it happens. Whether it’s due to your lousy money management skills, or something unexpected has happened, there’s still a lot to learn about personal debt. An area that needs some improvement for most is learning to recognize just when you got into habitual borrowing and have a financial problem. Once you come to that realization, it’s not hard to put together a plan that works and as a result, resolves your debt problems and puts you on the road to financial health.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Mar 9, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Best Personalized Easter Gifts For Your Special Pet

If your dog, cat, rabbit, horse, guinea pig, rat or gerbil missed out at previous holidays, and your cat was more like a sourpuss because of that error, then make sure you don’t do the same thing at Easter. To inspire you and your friends, we have put together a comprehensive list of the best personalized Easter gifts for pets you can find.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Mar 6, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Infographics


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How To Improve Your Credit Score In 30 Days

Taking Charge of Your Credit Standing There are lots of ways to ensure raising credit score quickly. The main thing is to know where you stand financially and then working around that. It automatically follows that if you have a good credit reputation, then you will have a high credit score.

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Posted by Raven Stewart / Mar 6, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance


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Incentives To Personal Financial Education – TOP 10 Must Read Books

My memories of school seemed to have missed one of the most important aspects of life – financial education. There was one class I attended and which had something to do with financial learning. It was how to balance a checkbook. Funnily enough, I have never owned one after 1994! Learning about money and how it worked in society and business was never taught in school. Even today, it’s not a curriculum subject. Bad error.

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Posted by John Loff / Mar 1, 2018 / 0 Comments / Posted in Personal Finance