By: Joy Mali | Mar 12, 2013 Gas or fuel costs are continuously n the rise which is why the rates of most moving services are also hiking up. This has been going on for the past few years which is why it important for you to know the littlest of things to help you cut down on your bills. Here are affordable relocation ideas to consider.
By: Tyron Hyde | Feb 27, 2013 A quantity surveyor is a person engaging within the construction industry who is involved with building costs. Commonly known as a value engineer, they report directly to the project manager, director and architect during the entire building procedures. They really are key decision makers throughout the project from start to completion. Quantity surveyors are so relevant because they be aware of t
By: Jennifer Nobles | Feb 14, 2013 The truth is, none of us are as smart as we like to think that we are. Unless you are a Jack-of-all-trades, you are going to have to rely upon another individual’s expertise at some point or another in your lifetime.
By: Sanober Kabeer | Jan 25, 2013 It is a popular saying that advices people to avoid putting all their eggs in the same basket. Applying the same thought to personal investments, it makes for a prudent choice to avoid sticking to a limited number of investment products.
By: Sanober Kabeer | Jan 15, 2013 Currency has been around for centuries now. Unlike the barter system and its archaic exchange of goods and services, money has offered humans a standardized system for carrying out the daily tasks. The efficiency of our monetary system has indeed proved to be the single largest factor behind all the success that we have achieved till so far.
By: Melanie Mathis | Nov 16, 2012 Surely, everybody wants to celebrate the holidays but nobody wants to be caught up in bad debt. In this article, we present practical tips on how you can survive the year and avoid waking up from a holiday debt nightmare.
By: Penny Lee | Nov 9, 2012 Times are hard. All over the world, national economies are in trouble and money is short for governments, businesses and individuals alike. More than ever, it is important to have a safety net. Many people live paycheck to paycheck, spending all they make, leaving them vulnerable to many disasters. A sudden illness or injury, legal troubles, unemployment or a breakdown in a vehicle or major househ