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As a tourist overseas, being stranded without access to any cash is one of the worst situations you can find yourself in. If you’re travelling abroad, using your credit or debit card is essential, but it may also be different … Continue reading
Its amazing to think that relatively new democracies such as Bulgaria and Romania are ranked higher than one of the very oldest. Higher in what way? In the league of corruption!
A few years ago, it was very common to hear people talking about the fact that we were “in a recession.” As of late, most of those statements have died down. Does that mean that we are no longer in … Continue reading
Current economic strife in the European Union has many financial analysts feeling nervous, largely because of the risks associated with a Greek withdrawal from the EU. While concerns that the Greek government might reject a bailout and withdraw from the … Continue reading
The Eurozone crisis continues to dominate the headlines, with the financial futures of Greece and Spain looking increasingly uncertain. While most people are aware of the situation few people know how it could affect them on an individual basis. Here … Continue reading
No wonder some are finding it harder and harder to find a job. The competition just gets tougher and tougher.