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How To Start Your Own Company In 5 Easy Steps

So you want to start a company? Great. Welcome to the world of entrepreneurship. This article addresses the legal process of forming a company and what that means. We won't be discussing the ins and outs of running a business here. Forming a company, as it's legalistically known, is actually quite straightforward nowadays. It's...

What To Do And What Not To Do If You Win A Million Pounds

A story broke today that Jason Mandara, a minimum wage shelf stacker at Tesco, handed his notice in after winning £1.3 million gambling on the Betfair Mobile App. This sort of thing happens all the time. Mostly to lottery winners. But then why do most lottery winners end up back in their original financial position within 2...

Three FTSE 100 Shares That Could Double In Three Years

Brexit uncertainty and the US-China trade war have weighed on the public markets recently. But a depressed market is a buying opportunity. So today, we give you three of the most undervalued shares in the FTSE 100, each delivering a very healthy dividend, which could be timely and welcome additions to an ISA or...

Why You Need A Credit Card

Credit cards. You either love them or hate them. From talking to people, there seem to be a large number of people who do not like credit cards because they don't like being in debt. And while we teach at MoneyBlog that debt isn't always a bad thing and sometimes can even work in your favour, I...

How To Use A Credit Card

Sounds obvious? Give it to the store clerk and punch in your pin number, or type the credit card number in at online checkout. No, we're talking about how to use a credit card in order to help benefit you without the risk of damage. Too many people are scared of credit cards but...

How To Raise Funds For Your Startup

Raising money to finance your startup is one of the most difficult parts of starting a business. Investors need to firmly believe they are going to get a return on their money and if you fail to raise capital, your business runs out of cash flow and dies. High stakes indeed! Create A...

What Is A Lease Option Agreement?

A lease option agreement is a type of legal contract used by property investors in certain circumstances to help them acquire properties. Given that this is the property investing section of MoneyBlog, let's assume you are either a property investor or an aspiring property investor. You've found a house for...

Enterprise Investment Scheme: What It Is & How It Helps Your Company and Your Investors

The Enterprise Investment Scheme is a government initiative by the British Government to help new businesses and their investors. How The Enterprise Investment Scheme Works For Founders Starting a business is very exciting. You've got a great idea and formulated a plan to make it work! But most business ideas...

Is It Better To Rent or Buy Your Home?

There is a conventional wisdom that renting a home is an option taken by people who cannot afford to buy. And I thought so too, until I met a number of very successful property investors and discovered that despite having net worths of £10 million plus each, not a single one of them owns their home. And...

How To Buy A House

Whether it's a buy-to-let property or a place to call home, a house is probably the most expensive thing you will ever buy. That probably goes some way towards explaining why it can also be one of the most stressful experiences of your life. But what is the process? Who is involved? And how long does it...