Let’s Talk About Money Stress
Finding yourself staring down the slippery slope of financial trouble is about more than money. It’s about the mind. Stress is a very real factor in dealing with debt and a lack of improvement in your finances. It’s a factor that doesn’t only make the situation feel worse. It also stops us from thinking clearly…

A study on the economic impact of the Cheltenham Festival in the Irish economy was conducted last season by the University of Gloucestershire on behalf of the racing event. The result, €22.3 million were spent during the 4 days of the event in tickets, food, drinks, entertainment and horserace betting. The Irish fans represent the…

6 Must-Follow Rules For Shopping Online
Online shopping has experienced a significant rise in popularity, especially in recent years. I often see it as a convenient way to order what you need without leaving the comfort of your home, especially around the holidays when the stores are crowded with aggressive throngs of shoppers. Problems with Online Shopping However, security issues exist when you type…

Plan your Finances and Review them Regularly
Every New Year brings a level of optimism but sometimes it dissipates fairly quickly. When it comes to financial planning there is never a bad time to sit down and check whether your affairs are in good order. There are many different reports of debt which is seemingly unmanageable. With the recession gone and growth,…

Here’s How to Beat the Dealership at Their Own Game
If you’re like most Americans, you probably find buying a car as thrilling as it is frustrating. And, like most Americans, you probably find that the bulk of the frustration comes from dealing with manipulative or just plain dishonest salespeople. Worse? Buying a car is not the investment that buying a home is. Cars immediately…