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Why Students Should Have Credit Cards
There has always been a debate whether students in the tertiary education system, usually entering their adulthood, should have access to credit cards or...
Cafe con leche? That’ll cost 0.000135606 Bitcoin please
A bar in Malaga is now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment. Hermanos Madrid, in the La Roca neighbourhood of Malaga, will hand over...
Zara among most valuable brands in the world, according to new rankings
Zara reigned supreme in 82 position with a value of $17.5 billion and Santander was close behind in 92 with a value of $16.2 billion.
Financial Security Post-Brexit
Whilst nobody really knows what the definitive outcome of Brexit will be, there will be some changes, whether the UK comes out of the...
The Future of Cryptocurrencies
One of the raves of the moment in the financial world is the cryptocurrencies. It is difficult for you to read a financial news bulletin without something being said about these new set of currencies.
Cryptocurrency vs. Real Money
In the current financial world, one of the most used words is cryptocurrency. When you open any financial or economic news outlet, the first news that will greet you will be something about the cryptocurrencies.
Spanish debt reaches over €1 trillion
The debt has risen for a fourth consecutive month
Spanish economy on road to recovery thanks to excellent first quarter
The Bank of Spain increased its growth estimates for 2017-2019, citing an improved global economic outlook, and GDP increased by 0.8% in the first three months of the year.
Starting a business in Spain
It can be a scary prospect but help is at hand
Top 10 tips on finding a mortgage in Spain
Olive Press columnist Tancrede de Pola at The Finance Bureau offers his top tips
Business schools in Spain named best in the world for entrepreneurs
Spain’s students were also found to be the most driven
Backing a winner on the markets
The market is what it is but you can always switch horses midstream, writes SaltyDog
Save your savings!
Now is the time for all good men and women to come to the aid of their savings
Buying what’s hot, ditching what’s not
Douglas Chadwick of Saltydog investor explains why they invest in funds... not shares
Which tax man to pay – some confusion!
Financial expert Richard Alexander clears up exactly who’s taxing who
The DIY guide to growing your money
There’s an alternative to paying someone else to manage your investments, writes Salty Dog's Douglas Chadwick in our new financial column
Beware the pension predators!
Advice for those hatching plans to cash in their ‘nest eggs’ post-Easter
Finance expert Mark Rickard returns to the Olive Press delighted thanks to a great deal on wine
Health cuts see more than one million people to lose medical cover in 2015
Spain's Finance Ministry has slashed list of covered doctors and hospitals
Back to the future
Retirement planning – know where you’re heading
New Year’s revolutions
2015 looks to be a year of politics and pensions
Spanish political parties accused of dodging the law using crowdfunding websites
Watchdog calling for legal loophole to be closed
Mortgage sales surge suggests a housing price boom for 2015, says finance expert
We're in a 'sweet spot' at the moment
Tax residency cases in Spain: The devil is in the detail
Three cautionary tales about tax avoidance
The end is nigh!
Preparation now could save grief at the end of the tax year, writes Richard Alexander
Chasing dividend yield for income
Market volatility may reap great rewards if your investment is shrewdly managed