1. Understanding Expenses: A Dive into Financial Outflows

    Posted on October 08, 2023 by Content Admin

    Understanding Expenses A Dive into Financial Outflows

    Expenses, an integral part of our financial lexicon, influence our economic well-being and future planning. Every individual, family, and business grapples with various expenses, be they routine or unexpected. These outflows, ranging from essentials like rent and groceries to discretionary purchases like vacations, shape our budgetary frameworks. Managing expenses prudently is crucial for achieving financial Read More…

  2. What is Your Tax Rebate Amount?

    Posted on June 18, 2021 by Guy Atkinson

    A tax rebate claim is a payment made by the taxpayer to the IRS in exchange for the release of tax credits. The process of applying for a rebate is the same as applying for a refund. The taxpayer must file their federal tax return and include all relevant documentation with their federal tax return. Read More…

  3. 3 Reasons You Should Consider Working with a Tax Relief Company

    Posted on August 15, 2019 by Guy Atkinson

    Tax debt may be the result of a failed business or hard times. While you may have moved on, this isn’t something you can ignore since the tax authorities will pursue you aggressively and have broad powers to collect. This is why they can threaten to do almost anything to get the next payment. Here Read More…

  4. How to Financially Cope with a Cut in Hours

    Posted on March 19, 2019 by Guy Atkinson

    It’s often said that when we make the ends meet, someone moves the ends. If you’re keeping your head above water and suddenly find that your hours are going to be cut, it can be easy to panic. However, there are steps you can take to keep the bills paid while you search for other Read More…

  5. 3 Things to Know Before You Seek Out A Home Loan

    Posted on November 23, 2017 by Guy Atkinson

    Buying a home is a big decision. Not only is this the place that you and your family will live for the foreseeable future, but it’s also probably one of the biggest financial choices you’ll make in your life. Knowing this, it’s important that you do your research before you decide to take out a Read More…

  6. How to negotiate a deal when buying a new car?

    Posted on July 21, 2017 by Guy Atkinson

    According to WorldOMeters, there have been 42 million new cars made so far this year, with the number increasing by the second. Whether you see a car as a way to get you from A to B, or you see it as a statement and want the latest model, negotiating the best deal is always Read More…

  7. Taxing Things About Owning A Vehicle

    Posted on June 15, 2017 by Guy Atkinson

    Owning a vehicle is an expensive undertaking. It’s not just about how much you spend to buy your vehicle (you can save money buying a used vehicle, but may spend more on it on repairs than you would have with a new vehicle), but also how much you’ll continue spending on it after you buy Read More…

Tip of the Day

Time management for Finance Professionals

time management


I’ve just re-read Richard Denny’s fantastic book ‘Selling to Win’, in which he mentions a time management technique that I learnt many, many years ago from an old boss of mine.


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