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The Butterfly Effect


Many people hear the words being used on the news, but far fewer of us understand the potential impact of what is being discussed.

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Making the Most of It


Investing is sometimes a curious thing. It can be both an individual activity or done as a group.

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Carrying on the Legacy


But what would happen if an expatriate had suddenly taken ill or were no longer able to work - could their businesses survive?

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Investment Testament


Everything from stocks and shares, bonds, income funds, and property can provide you an income; options that you should consider carefully.

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Peaks & Valleys of Investing


People get the wrong idea about investing, they think it is either going to make them a fortune overnight, or lose one.

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All set for 2012


If you have savings or investments that are earning less than you are paying in interest, then you should consider using at least some of them to reduce your outstanding debt.

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Eurozone Quakes


It may be easy to think that in Asia where we're seeing a relative boom compared to the rest of the global economies, that it doesn't matter.

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Thy Will Be Done


So, tell me, do you have all of your affairs in order? Honestly?

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On the downside


It is impossible to know the future - even the most experienced fund managers and economists can only make a best assumption about how the Eurozone crisis is going to play out.

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The Weakest Link


Looking at your financial affairs as a whole is much more effective when dealing with the individual area you may be specifically thinking about.

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