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Saving Money On Car Insurance

In business, you shouldn’t cut corners. Invest well in things that matter like great trade show displays. In your personal life though, having an adequate insurance cover

Details that Make Your Business Make More Money

When it comes down to the success or failure of a business, you’ll often find that the determining factors of profit or loss and competitive advantage come

Is It Possible to Own Rental Property With No Experience?

Owning and managing rental properties is one of the most lucrative side gigs—and one of the best ways to diversify your income. The premise is simple to

Building and growing your business

In a fast-changing environment, no business can afford to stand still. Businesses either expand and grow or they face the prospect of going under. The typical, but

Dissecting the Impact of Buying Local

There are so many clichés which get thrown about so loosely that they do indeed live up to their status of being clichés, such as how we’re

The Essential Due Diligence Template

It’s a phrase that’s often referred to in the world of business, particularly when one proceeds to buy a business or a stake in a particular business

Employers’ Liability Insurance Explained

If a business is registered in the UK, it must have both public liability and employers’ liability insurance, with the latter protecting the business from any compensation

Winding up your unregistered company? Here’s what to do next…

Similar to registered companies, an unregistered company can face the threat of a winding up petition. This petition signals severe trouble for your business, often resulting in

What it Takes to Get Ahead in the Financial Industry

Apart from joining forces with other eager opportunity-seekers and resolving to do as the banks (and other big financial institutions) do and not as they say, in

The Social Trading Model to Get Around Limiting Securities Regulations

At first I was a bit disturbed by what is now a firmly established trend of people who claim to be successful traders seemingly spending most of
Jerry Kirkham is an investment professional, and like every investment professional, he makes mistakes. Jerry encourages you to do your own independent "due diligence" on any idea that he talks about, because he could be wrong. Nothing written here, at Essential Savings, or anywhere else Jerry may write is an invitation to buy or sell any particular security; at most, Jerry is handing out educated guesses as to what the markets may do.