Author: Mario Schwartz

Tips For Choosing The Best Personal Injury Solicitor For Your Case

We’ve all seen the adverts, haven’t we? It seems like every week there are more and more solicitors and law firms specialising in personal injury cases, doesn’t it? But while you have plenty of options when it comes to choosing a solicitor that comes with its own set of problems. Having plenty of options is […]

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Moving-house hacks from organised people!

If you’ve moving house soon you might be dreading that day or two of packing, moving, losing things, flimsy boxes and misplaced keys. It doesn’t matter how wonderful your new home is going to be – there’s a reason moving house is at the top of many people’s ‘most dreaded tasks’ list. With that in […]

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The Beginners Guide to Buying Gold as an Investment

Buying gold as an investment can seem like an attractive proposition to many, and for the most part, it can be very rewarding if carried out in a right way. However, you shouldn’t spend all your money on jewelry just yet, as there is more to consider than just the aesthetic quality. Despite what you […]

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Creating the perfect office for working from home jobs

Creating the perfect office for working from home jobs

Designing perfect commercial buildings is a business worth hundreds of millions of pounds every year – but people who do working from home jobs often think that sitting a laptop on their dining table will suffice as an office space. Being in the wrong working environment can have an impact on your motivation, mood and […]

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Putting the Credit Genie Back in the Bottle

The 2008 financial crisis was a disaster of epic proportions from which the global economy has still not fully recovered: growth is anaemic, wages have stagnated and good paying jobs are more scarce than ever before. But even with all those things as givens the fact is that the 2008 financial crisis did produce at […]

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Debt is not a dirty secret

Every week in the UK roughly 14,000 people receive a county court judgement (CCJ) because of money they owe. The average amount of UK household debt is around £13,000 – not including mortgages or student loans. But how often are these facts topic of conversation? How often do you see money worries discussed on social […]

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Where to Seek Debt Free Advice

Struggling with so much debt can lead to a serious case of stress and anxiety and if you are in this situation, it would be best to seek for financial assistance in terms of debt advice from experts. The importance of talking to a professional financial adviser is that he or she can give you a […]

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