Become a Financial Guru: 10+ Articles to Read

  • Roger the Amateur Financier @ The Amateur Financier writes 13 Ways to Control Your Student Debt – With fall upon us, it’s time for the leaves to start changing, the air to start getting brisker, and of course, the students to return to the colleges.
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Home Loans: Is It Worth to Take

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Home is necessary for all of us as it provides shelter and safety for everyone. Every one of us wants to have a big house so you can imagine the importance of home loans. There are lots of companies that are providing different kinds of loans for home. 

Mortgage loans are good sources for providing loans for their home as it is getting popularity since last few years. There are many companies that are providing different kinds of home loans so you may find out all information online. If you want to buy a home or construct a new home for yourself then you would be able to get loans easily. 

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Save Island House, Digbeth

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Hastily thrown together with only the best in last minute planning, Occupy Birmingham and a somewhat less motley crew of Birmingham’s 99% from the Twitterverse (these people tweet only solid gems of gold) are going to be in Victoria Square to offer moral support to this band of brave Brummies in their fight to #saveislandhouse from the wrecking ball.

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Occupation Starts as Camp Ends

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Occupy Birmingham will be leaving the park behind Symphony Hall today. The occupiers have had a permanent presence in Birmingham City centre since October 15th, first in Victoria Square and latterly in the park on Cambridge Street.

The camp is the longest occupation in England, it might be dismantling but this does not end the activities of Occupy, far from it. This is not the beginning of the end, but is the end of the beginning phase of Occupy.

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