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Conventional vs Internet Banking – Could You Be Saving More?

Conventional vs Internet Banking

Our infographic shows the comparison between 2 conventional and 2 online only banks, and allows the user to see the kind of money they would be saving if they switched to online only. It includes monthly fees, interest rates, and extra features of each of the four bank accounts. via stocktrades.ca

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Odds of becoming rich versus implausible events


It turns out that the chances of becoming rich are almost equal to the chances of implausible events happening in someone’s life. The chance of you being born in a billionaire family is almost just as big as you being hit by an asteroid. You can try to start dating a millionaire (or billionaire). Or learn poker and get a …

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Surprisingly Americans Like Basketball more than Porn


The NBA Finals 2016 championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, started on June 2nd with over 7 Games ending on its final day June 19th. Here at Camsoda we noticed huge drops in token spending during the hours of the game. So we posted a few graphs which prove that perhaps our users prefer basketball over hot …

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Investments for Small Amounts of Money


Investing with a low amount of money is harder than to invest with a bigger amount, that’s obvious. But just because it’s harder that doesn’t mean you need to give up! CC Bank has created a very good article regarding investments with a low amounts of money. Highly recommended to give it a read. via ccbank.us

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Parents guide to teaching children about money management

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Teach your children some important life lessons including how money works, the importance of saving, how to budget and how credit works with this handy infographic guide. Lessons like these are important to learn at a young age in order for your children to avoid financial problems when they become an adult. via shepherdsfriendly.co.uk

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How to start trading with binary options in 2 minutes


This guide explains what are binary options: controlled risk, simplicity and high profitability. What you need to do to? Choose an asset, click “call” or “put”, enter amount of investment, wait to see the prediction, make the profit between 65% – 90%. What is traded in the binary options market? Currencies, stock indices and commodities. How to start? Choose your …

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10 Incredible Ways to Save Money on your Holiday Travel


We hope you enjoy our Holiday-themed infographic! Christmas is a time for gifts, carols, eggnog, spending timed with loved ones and of course, holiday travel. Travel during the holidays increases by 23%, but unfortunately so does travel cost. That’s why we decided to create a helpful infographic with 10 amazing tips and travel hacks to help you save big bucks …

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How rich people spend their money


This infographic contains details about how rich people tend to spend their wealth. It’s very interesting to know how the rich people handle their expenses. via mermaidsoflondon.com

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Alan Partridge: Retirement? You’re Having a Laugh!


On 6 April 2015, new pension rules come into effect allowing pensioners flexible access to their private funds. Income drawdown is looking to take over annuities as the retirement income options of choice, but are pensioners aware of just how much they need to generate in retirement in order to continue the lifestyle they expect? To highlight these matters, My …

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Retirement? You’re having a laugh – The Royle Family


In the second of a four part series, My Retirement Options continues to look at how some of the UK’s best loved sitcom stars would be coping financially in retirement. As the pension reforms approach, we head to Manchester to see how The Royle Family might be coping with their retirement income. Never ones for living a lavish lifestyle – …

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Retirement? You’re having a laugh – Del Boy Trotter


Ever wondered how your favourite sitcom characters would be dealing with their retirement? My Retirement Options have been trying to figure out whether our beloved UK TV characters would be able to continue the lifestyles we saw on our screens into retirement. First in a series of four, we look at whether wheeling and dealing Derek ‘Del Boy’ Trotter (of …

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Fat Wallet becoming a Pain? Beat the Bulge, NOW!


The only time it’s acceptable to have a wallet you can barely close is when it’s full of crisp £50 notes, chances are, it’s not – unless you’re the Monopoly man. It’s much more likely that your wallet is crammed full of redundant cards, £3.20 in coppers and a loyalty card from that bar you went to once. Guide your …

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Infographic: Where Has All The Money Gone?


It often seems money disappears as soon as it lands in one’s pocket or bank account. Where is all of the money going and how much of it is being wasted? Check out this infographic to learn more about financial planning. Brought to you by moneychoice.org

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Infographic: Game of Thrones Rich List


With Season 4 of Game of Thrones just around the corner, we decided that we wanted to calculate how much each of the richest characters are worth in real money. We studied both the books and the TV drama to establish what we think each character could realistically be worth. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, we’re certain you’ll …

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Infographic: Habits of the Wealthiest People


The world’s wealthiest people have habits and routines that set them apart from much of society. But it’s notable to mention that practicing all their habits won’t make you wealthier. Brought to you by business-management-degree.net

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Women Control The Money In America


More women are taking the reins on their finances, holding 60 percent of all personal wealth and 51 percent of all stocks in the U.S., according to Virginia Tech. In the office, 1.3 million are cashing in a cool $100,000-plus annually and running 40 percent of all private American businesses, according to marketing site She-conomy. At home, the majority of women …

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