Should you make overpayments on your UK Student Loan?

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Now more than ever

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The U.S. Health System Today

“People talk about…

When and Why Tesla chooses not to innovate.

To innovate or imitate?

How cultural knowledge can improve your marketing skills

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Marketing Genius: Creating the Myth

The Why, the When and the What

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Why do I want to Invest?

The Mini, the Air, the Pro, or just the plain old iPad?

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The Lineup

iPad Mini ($399)

iPad ($329)

And why so many financial professionals get it wrong

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Methods of Assessing Financial Projects

The risks you should take, and the ones you shouldn’t

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1. Understand what you are investing in.

  • Bonds are obligations of debt, typically created by governments and corporations. By buying a bond, you hold a share of that government’s/corporation’s debt, and you are entitled to receive repayments on that debt. Bonds are typically less risky than stocks, but pay a lower return.
  • Stocks are a way of owning a small part of a company. Stock owners are called shareholders…

Cashback: The Definitive Guide

Cashback sites will revolutionise the way you shop

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The Discovery

Apple has a winner

Bezels? Screen size? Who cares?

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Tom Ford

Finance, Tech and Productivity. Studying Economics & Management at Oxford University. Building a UK Student Loan Repayment App:

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