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Advertising is a specific branch of the marketing field, making for perhaps the biggest type of business that exists in the world, all things considered. The very search engine you most probably use without giving it a second thought, Google, is indeed a business whose somewhat concealed business model is nothing more than advertising. There […]
Whether you’re saving up for a new car or laptop, or are considering a brand new replacement for something big, finding the budget to save can be surprisingly tricky. If you’re not sure how to find space in your personal finances to put money aside, here are some top tips for budgeting a planned purchase. […]
I suppose the generally slow and gradual manner in which this is happening is more than considerably justified, that of how pretty much every service in the consumer-end ICT (Information and Communications Technology) market is migrating to some off-site and remote location as the host for its core functionality. So in future you’d have something […]
One of the most important skills that you will need to master if you hope to make it in business is how to manage money. Without a well-thought-out budget in place, no business can operate properly. In large businesses, where there may be many different departments, each with their own budgets, the money available will […]
Saving money is important for any family, especially when there’s a baby on the way. A newborn needs a lot of things, so the parents usually collect money to create a starting capital in order to be able to buy all the equipment for the child. From the essentials like prams and diapers to the […]
Another UK budget day dawns. This is only the fifth time since 1979 that we’ve had to endure the suspense twice in a single year. For much of the past 30 years, I’ve found myself responding to the mountains of material HM Treasury spills out on the day.
The government has no room to announce surprise tax cuts or spending increases in next week’s budget as the latest exchequer figures show that revenues are marginally below forecast for this year.
Fianna Fáil was forced to defend itself against sustained criticism for supporting the minority coalition but fired back at its detractors last night, claiming its influence had made the budget fairer.