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It’s Leave the Office Early Day – Will you?

June 1, 2016

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Woman getting ready to leave the office just before 5 o'clock

Did you know that 1st June is Leave the Office Early Day? Especially seeing that this day falls on a Friday this year, it’s an attractive proposition – although many of us are likely to be in two minds about the concept. You see, as much as we all like the idea of getting off [...]

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Saving for the rainy days

June 1, 2016

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  We are frequently reminded to save. It can be hard to get motivated to however and a few concrete examples can help motivate us to squirrel a little extra money away for rainy days. Motoring Even when things are going to plan running a car is a constant drain on the finances. There are [...]

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The world’s most expensive camera

May 29, 2016

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  If you’re interested in photography you probably know that Leica manufactures the best cameras and lenses, and also the most expensive. What you may not know is that the world’s most expensive camera is a prototype Leica 35mm film camera sold for €2.16 million just a couple of weeks ago. This prototype, also known [...]

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When should you claim for personal injury?

May 27, 2016

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  If you’ve been unfortunate enough to suffer a personal injury in the workplace or while going about your daily business obviously your main concern in the first instance will be your health and well-being. However if you believe your injury was caused by another’s negligence then it’s perfectly natural to at the very least [...]

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Driving economically could save you 29.5% on fuel!

May 25, 2016

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  With the average price of petrol hitting a new high at the end on April, owning a car and running it is becoming increasingly more expensive. We were shocked to hear recently that families spend more on petrol that on food nowadays! The harsh reality is that owning a car is becoming a luxury [...]

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Five of the best budget meals!

May 21, 2016

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  Last night I stumbled in the door an out of the rain, bottle of wine in one hand, handbag, keys and BlackBerry in the other, crashed into the kitchen and ravenously opened the fridge. That’s strange, last time I looked I definitely had a fridge full of tasty treats (or at LEAST a half [...]

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Things worth investing in: Art

May 18, 2016

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Most people assume that in order to collect art you’ve got to have millions of pounds to squander away. This assumption is entirely wrong and in actual fact it’s better to collection art from new artists in order to maintain the industry and showcase new talent. If you have a passion for art collecting it [...]

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What we’ve learned from Green Office Week

May 18, 2016

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An office with a lawn inside.

  When it comes to making your office greener, it’s the little things that count. Small changes in work habits can make big changes for the world’s environment, and doing your bit may just contribute to a healthier planet for all of us. Although many of us would love to make our offices more environmentally-friendly [...]

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Friends and money

May 14, 2016

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  The age-old advice to never lend your friends money is sometimes ignored but always the best advice in the end. You could be the best and closest friends, but a simple money lend can always go wrong. It’s along the same lines as: “Don’t move in with your best friend” and “Never go into [...]

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The most expensive works of art

May 7, 2016

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  I believe that art is one of the best ways of investing your money. I currently can only afford buying work from small independent artists, but if you have the cash, I would recommend spending it on a promising emerging artist. Not sure? Well, have a look at the most expensive works of art. [...]

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