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Credit Cards, New Laws, Less Spend Spend Spend


Find in Credit Cards March 17th, 2009 - 6,452 views

Isn’t it a good thing that credit card companies are finally going to be stopped from increasing their customers credit limits without consent! It’s like a breath of fresh air after a crazy time of money madness. I’ve had the letters: ‘we’re happy to say we’ve increased your credit limit’. My initial thought has always been ‘that’s […]

How to Start Share Trading & Is it a Good Idea?


Find in Stocks & Shares March 13th, 2009 - 21,393 views

Pondering the news one day I asked a friend, ‘how do people get into organised crime?’ His response was ‘Plan it?’. And getting started at anything requires a similar approach. Share trading isn’t quite organised crime although it’s not short of the odd criminal and in the current economic climate it could be argued it isn’t always organised! But […]

Body Mass Index and Life Insurance


Find in Insurance March 10th, 2009 - 8,163 views

While promoting a healthy society is a good thing, life insurance companies are making more money from people who don’t fit into ‘ideal’ parameters. Increasingly they are ‘loading’ customer’s monthly premiums on the basis of ‘Body Mass Index‘. Body Mass Index is a calculation which determines if a person is either underweight, ideal weight, overweight […]

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