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Something I Did To Change The World to The Better

8 September 2019
Angie Watson
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We are pleased to present the Winning Essay of Daniel Naqui. He is our proud holder of the Summer 2019DirectLoansLenders Scholarship. Daniel’s essay was cautiously examined and assessed by our rigorous jury and was fairly appreciated as the best among all other essays.

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Meet the Summer 2019 DLL Green Finance Scholarship Winner – Dan Naqui

5 September 2019
Kenneth Bennett
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Daniel Naqui from The University of Miami has just won our DirectLoansLenders Scholarship Contest. We’re so glad to meet him and introduce him to other students that seek inspiration for greater achievements!

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The Pros and Cons of Mobile Payments

15 August 2019
Edna Hill
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In our technologically advanced society, everything seems to be going digital. This includes bank management such as money transfers and debit orders using mobile payments.

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Ways to Say No to a Friend Who Wants to Borrow Money

30 July 2019
Kenneth Bennett
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Some people have no problem lending small amounts of money to family and colleagues. But, as many posters on Mr. Money Mustache Forum indicate, context matters. If a friend forgot his wallet, lending him money for lunch or parking is no big deal, most people seem to agree. The amount isn’t enough to ruin a friendship, and, in most cases, the debt can be easily repaid later.

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7 Warning Signs You Are Overspending and What to Do About It

16 July 2019
Edna Hill
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The American Journal of Psychiatry estimates that shopping addiction may be found in roughly 5.8% of the population. Unlike other addictions, shopping addiction is difficult to pinpoint.

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5 Lessons to Teach Your Kids About Money

8 July 2019
Kenneth Bennett
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The lessons you teach your children can stick with them for a lifetime. So, when it comes to financial education, it’s best to start instilling money management skills early. According to Forbes, even three-year-old children can understand certain monetary concepts, including the basics of spending and saving.

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The Road to Your Financial Freedom: Debt Relief Options

Achieving financial freedom requires a lot of work. The sense of relief of not having to pay for, or settle certain bills is incomparable. Financial freedom means you can make specific life decisions without necessarily having to stress yourself about the impact. This does not only mean you are financially capable but that you are in charge of your finances. This is where debt relief options come in.

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Payday Loans – An Endless Cycles Of Debt that Needs to be Broken

Payday loans are a very fast way to get extra cash. But you need to be careful because falling into a payday loan trap is easier than you may think. Being sure that you will be able to pay it off in time is just one of your worries. There are many more concerns and reasons why you shouldn’t get a payday loan and seek out alternatives. Being late or unable to pay a short loan, which adverts show to be quick and easy, can cause you to spiral into debt.

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How to Save Money with Discounted Gift Cards?

9 June 2019
Edna Hill
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Buying discounted gift cards is among the best ways of making and saving money, which can be used to acquire a variety of products and services like groceries, gifts, and traveling among others.

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How to Save Money on Clothes: Clever Strategies

30 May 2019
Edna Hill
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Image is important because first impressions remain. If you walk into a room, the clothes you are wearing will be the first thing people see. Some people tend to judge you based on what you are wearing and believe your style in clothes says a lot about the person you are.

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