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They say that frugality is a virtue, and there is probably more than just a grain of truth to that. Especially in the current economic environment, with the United Kingdom, along with the rest of Europe, not to mention most the world, suffering from a lingering recession, being frugal is more than just a...

The banking landscape has changed a lot over the last few years, and if you have held the same mortgage for a long time, some of the recent mortgage changes...

Human beings are bound to make mistakes. We learn from our mistakes and try to avoid them in future. The same theory applies on businessmen. Even, an...

Most of the Americans do this dumbest thing- they don’t check their credit report. The statistics reveal the fact that 47 percent of Americans don’t...

What to Consider before You Decide To Become A Tax Preparer Industry: Cost and Trends The income tax laws are more complex than ever.  Become a tax...

The 2013 tax season will be upon us shortly and business owners and individuals from all walks of life will be scrambling to gather their tax documents,...

Euro zone finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund reached an agreement on reducing Greece’s debt on Monday. The agreement will release...

The Financial Services Authority or FSA has fined UBS $47.6 million for failings that let to trader Kweku Adoboli losing roughly $2.2 million. The fine...

Loans Guide for 2013 Personal loans are a very tempting and popular way of borrowing money, but if you’ve never gone down this road before, you should cautious of the pitfalls and hidden traps. The obvious one is the excessive amount of interest charged. A personal loan usually falls into the £5,000 to £25,000 bracket, and anyone aged over 18 (some lenders require...

  Kweku Adoboli, who used to work for UBS as a trader, was convicted of committing the largest bank fraud in British history, which lost the bank...