February 19, 2018

NHS Pleads For Faster Cash Injections

The NHS is struggling to stay in the black for 2015-16, according to recent reports. The organisation’s finance chiefs have appealed to the government for a £8 billion injection by the end of next year. According to the Financial Times, there is far too much pressure on the service to deliver. And, that the £8 billion on offer needs to be … [Read more...]

Are Millennials Really Saying ‘No’ To Credit?

Americans have been using their credit cards less, according to a Gallup poll. A leading financial website decided to commission a study by PSRAI to determine if Millennials were leading the way in this trend. It seems that 18-30s are shunning the use of credit cards at the moment. But there is little to suggest that they are surviving with no … [Read more...]

Revealed: US Said No To Anne Frank’s Visa Application

Visual Hunt Picture We all know that there is a visa debate happening here in the USA. If people want to sell their home and move to a new country, they may need a visa. With the laws on immigration always changing, it is difficult to keep track of the latest news. When it comes down to it, the best way to learn about the future, is to take a … [Read more...]

Are You Doing Your Bit For Mankind?

Source: As awareness of the damage we’ve caused the planet has grown, it’s become every man’s responsibility to do their bit for the future of the world.  In recent years, the majority have improved their habits in some shape or form. But you can honestly say that you’re doing your fair share? Technology continues to help huge industries such as … [Read more...]

Big Businesses Continue To Grow In 2015

Credit 2015 is almost over, but we’ve seen some astonishing revelations in the business world this year. Large companies have grown at an astronomical rate that has beat all expectations and predictions from the experts. The economy might be less than perfect, but some companies are making a killing. We wanted to find out what strategies those … [Read more...]

UK Faces Rise In Insurance Premiums

Have you noticed your insurance costs have been bumped up a little over the past couple of weeks? If so, you are likely to have the Insurance Premium Tax (IPT) to thank. At the beginning of November this year, the increase in insurance tax came into play. The new rates were announced by George Osborne in the government’s summer budget plan. It … [Read more...]

Why Is It Important Your Business Saves Money In 2015?

Image Source If you’re a small business in 2015, it’s important that you start to think about how you can cut costs and save money. The reasons for this are quite obvious. Firstly, with each passing year the market and the business industry become more competitive. There has never been more businesses on the market at one time. It’s not a … [Read more...]

Property Trends In Vancouver For 2016

Source Housing has been a hot topic in Vancouver over the last few years. We have seen many changes, and, no doubt, there will be plenty more to come. Anyone entering the property market in the next year or so should understand exactly what they should be looking at. Here are five trends that have been on the rise during 2015 and that are likely … [Read more...]

The Rise in Popularity of Hiring Private Investigators

It would be nice to think that we lived in a world where everyone trusted each other and had no reason to suspect anybody of wrongdoing. However, the rise in popularity of hiring private investigators tells us an entirely different story. Here are some examples of people and businesses turning to private eyes to find out info on those they suspect … [Read more...]

Sky Is The Limit As Goodyear Blimp Underline’s Tire Giants’ Commitment To Pushing Boundaries

Source: For over a century, Goodyear has played an integral role to the progress of transport on the ground. However, the global tire giants are now on the verge of breaking new ground in the aviation game with their latest addition to the blimp market. The 250-foot structure is being lined up for completion by March 2016. The structure is set to … [Read more...]