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Don’t just try random casino games online: here are the easiest to win!

Gone are the days when casino lovers had to travel to Vegas or other world-renowned destinations before finding a casino or a house to gamble. Thanks to the modern technology we have in this age, both casino lovers and gamblers alike can now play Judi online, try their luck at the slots, and engage in other forms of gambling without necessarily leaving the comfort of their homes. But that’s not even all. Nowadays, players now have access to several games and options online, so much so that gamblers and bettors can now try out new games and new offers in…

How and Why to Plan an Investor’s Conference in Toronto

Toronto is Canada’s biggest city and the one that most people discuss when they talk about this wonderful country. The reason is that it is a world class city with amenities that rival some of the top cities in the world. This is particularly the case regarding business. Toronto is one of North America’s business hubs with many of Canada’s top businesses calling it home. It is also a city that is thriving in new business growth and as a result it attracts lots of investors. For this reason, Toronto is ideal for hosting an investor conference. If you have…

3 Keys to Keeping More Money in Your Wallet

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Do you at times look at your wallet and wonder where all the money goes? For too many consumers, that sinking feeling of never having enough money can take much of the fun out of life. That said are you doing everything within your power to find savings where you can? Do Not Assume You Can’t Find Savings In your quest to find more savings, here are some keys to focus in on: 1. Search online for savings  One of your best avenues to savings is heading over to the Internet. Whether you look online at home or in your…

I owe money to a family member. Can it be included in my IVA?

If you’ve had to borrow money from a family member or friend then this will normally be on an ‘unsecured’ basis i.e. it won’t be secured against your property – for example, via a Charging Order. Consequently, you should be able to incorporate it into an Individual Voluntary Arrangement (or ‘IVA’). In this article we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about repaying debts to someone you’re likely to be close to and offer some guidance on how best to approach the situation. Q. I borrowed £5k from my Mum but don’t want her to know I’m still…

Top Tips for Becoming a Mortgage Adviser

Are you looking for a career change? Or are you trying to land your first job? No matter what the case is, you are here because you want to know what it takes to start a career as a mortgage adviser. Well, here are the top tips to become a mortgage adviser: Learn what you can about the job. Like any other job, you need to be prepared before you start looking for open positions. So the first step you have to take before you become a mortgage adviser is to learn all that you can about the job. For…