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  • Blacklisted Loans for the Blacklisted
  • Blacklisted Loans for Blacklisted Folk

    Wednesday, March 30th, 2016


    Get Cash Loans from EC Loans if you are Blacklisted or have a Bad Credit Rating. This article will explain to you what it means to be Blacklisted and how EC Loans can help you settle your debt and eventually clear your blacklisted record. (more…)


  • Don’t Stay Mum on Money, Mum! Part Six

    Tuesday, January 5th, 2016

    Teenagers. Continued. The horror! If early teens were a handful for you, head for the hills.Find higher ground. They’re too lazy and hormonal to follow you, even if they have a reason to. Leave them with some money, a pizza delivery number and get out. (more…)


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  • Don’t Stay Mum on Money, Mum! Part Five

    Monday, December 21st, 2015

    If there’s one thing that every person will have in common or one aspect that connects all humans the world over, it is money. Okay, there could be other things, but we’re naturally going to focus on the subject of money. Teenagers are invariably ready to start fully grasping the concept of a world immersed in money matters. (more…)


  • Don’t Stay Mum on Money, Mum! Part Four

    Monday, December 14th, 2015

    Children by this age should have savings accounts, but if they don’t yet have one, it shouldn’t be cause for panic and you can calmly think about setting one up. In the previous blog post I discussed the benefits of setting up a bank account for children that are aware of what it means.



  • Don’t Stay Mum on Money, Mum! Part Three

    Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

    What a wonderful age! The little bright sparks are developing opinions and coming home from school to excitedly tell you about what they learned in class – which is usually completely trivial and beside the pointof the teacher – never-the-less, they’re passionate about it, to the point that they’re barely able to get the words out and from their partly toothed mouths comes mostly saliva and incomprehensible words. (more…)


  • Don’t Stay Mum on Money, Mum! Part Two

    Monday, November 30th, 2015

    The difference between a three year-old and a four year-old is almost negligent in some aspects. Children will age and mature differently, but it is around the four year mark that things can change. For the most part, the activities that taught the two to three year olds about money don’t necessarily have to fall away entirely as new ways to educate them about money are introduced. (more…)


  • Don’t Stay Mum on Money, Mum! Part One

    Monday, November 23rd, 2015

    Why do financially naïve children become financially ignorant adults? As an adult, and especially as a parent, I ask myself where my financial incompetence stems from and the answer is my bubble-wrapped childhood – as a certain Dr. Jung would have it.



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