Money is a tool that you can leverage to open almost any door in the world of business. Money is also one of the most difficult aspects of personal and business management. If cash-flow is a problem, or you’re not seeing the ROI you need in order to keep the doors open, this content will help you make more money.

The Difficulties Facing UK Start Ups in the Current Economic Climate

Entrepreneurs wishing to get a tech startup off the ground in the UK have to face many challenges, and many reported difficulties with funding, digital infrastructure, and support for their business. As expected, many of these startups end up failing within their first year of operation. Lack of Government Support According to Eddie Copeland, head […]
February 27, 2019 79 Reads share

Financial Savings You Can Make by Working From Home

Often when planning on setting up a business within the home, the savings which can be made by doing so are not obvious ones. These should be considered as they may sway the decision, and help the potential worker to make the most of these benefits. As well as looking into initial costs, the recognition […]
February 26, 2019 89 Reads share


Fixed Deposits and the Benefits of an FD Calculator

Before opening a Fixed Deposit, use an FD calculator. Fixed Deposits calculator can calculate earnings, and make investing simpler. Fixed Deposits are a popular investment and a saving option in India. It is a security instrument that provides you with an opportunity to earn interest on idle funds. Fixed Deposit Defined A Fixed Deposit is […]
February 25, 2019 80 Reads share


How to Finance Your New Nonprofit

A nonprofit business is a tax-exempt organization intended for various purposes such as religious, charitable, artistry, literary, or educational. Although earning a profit is not the goal, starting a nonprofit organization requires funding just like any other kind of business. This means that even though they have different goals, financing a new nonprofit is similar […]
February 18, 2019 115 Reads share

5 Ways Internet of Things Changes Financial Service Industry

The term “Internet of Things” is parlance that’s used to describe interlinked technologies, networks, and entities. The IoT has been nominated by analysts as the “revolution of interconnectedness” that will affect and transform different areas of human endeavor. One of the industries currently feeling the growing IoT wave is the financial services industry. In this […]
February 18, 2019 113 Reads share


What You Need to Know to Improve Your Credit Score

Once you start your credit life, the important thing is to keep it with a positive report but this not only means paying your debts on time but also taking into account other factors. The credit score is a way in which financial institutions can determine the probability that you show to have to pay your […]
February 18, 2019 115 Reads share

First Time Buying Your Home and How to Finance It

Buying a home for the first time can be a truly rewarding investment. However, since you will probably be making your biggest purchase ever, you need to be guided to avoid common mistakes, to save money and go through the entire process without stress. Here are the tips you need to buy your first home […]
February 15, 2019 109 Reads share

8 Sound Financial Tips for Millennials That Freelance

Article Note: I think this article would be best suited for the finance section 🙂 I really enjoyed writing it, even if it’s a bit personal, I hope you will also enjoy it. Warm regards.   I won my first freelancing job when I was 19. I had to write a bunch of travel articles for […]
February 13, 2019 120 Reads share

Who Gets Paid if a Business Goes Bust

KSA Group has created an infographic to explain in simple terms the order of priority for paying creditors if you’re a company that’s going through insolvency.   For further information, please refer to the flowcharts below: Creditors ranking in terminal insolvency – PDF Creditors ranking in terminal insolvency – JPEG Secured creditors: At the top are […]
February 12, 2019 88 Reads share