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You despise the feeling of logging into your online banking and watching the balance dwindle lower and lower as the weeks go on. You want to start planning for the future, but your current financial situation is leaving you in a bit of a muddle.
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Writing a resume is a staple for anyone applying for jobs. In a fast-paced market, your resume often has more sway on success than your interview. This is where potential employers get a feel for your skills. By comparison, the interview is more about perceiving your general manner. It’s no surprise that many of us go on resume writing courses, and spend hours over this before applying.
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Are you concerned that your savings accounts are empty at the moment? Do you wonder what will happen if something goes wrong and you need a cash fast? Maybe you were involved in an accident, and now you can’t work for a few months? Perhaps your home suffers severe weather damage, and you need to fix the roof to make the house inhabitable again.
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Most of us, at some point, are going to have to deal with debt. Yet, as we talk about in this article on Money Disorders, there are some who have gotten to the point that their debt is not a temporary trouble, but a long and sustained battle that only gets worse with time. This is known, most commonly, as the debt spiral and it’s a growing problem in a tough economic climate.
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While you may have thought you’ve made considerable headway with regards to saving money, such as changing your attitude towards money, and making a few of the biggest sacrifices ever in your financial life, you still seem to be struggling to get by, why do you think this is?
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Don’t you just love budgeting and hearing about all the changes you need to make? I mean, doesn’t it just inspire you to change everything and never go out to eat again? Riiiight… yeah, me neither.
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