What Credit Score is Needed to Buy a Car #infographic

Buying your first car is an important milestone. It is a symbol that you are progressing in life. Having a vehicle, whether it is a new or a used one, allows you to have more independence. But to be capable of procuring it at a decent car loan rate you need an adequate credit score.

In average, to be able to afford a new car you should have a credit score of 714, while for a used vehicle is enough with a score of 655. To ensure you get a nice car loan rate you should start checking your credit score as soon as you start thinking of buying a car. That way you’ll be able to make changes in your financial affairs in time and secure the best credit score possible.

In this infographic, BestCarFinder will inform you of which aspects influence your credit score. Moreover, they will let you know the average car loan rates that can be expected according to credit score rates. If you follow their advice, you might get a more favorable deal.

What Credit Score is Needed to Buy a Car

An infographic by BestCarFinder.

The world of initial coin offering #Infographic #ICO

This infographic provides a detailed look into Initial Coin Offerings. As this is a relatively new term in the world, not many people are aware of what it means, yet it can be explained in very simple terms. It could be described as putting the power of creating new projects or digital tokens into the hands of the people, rather than solely on the efforts of a company. It enables people to buy into and invest in businesses that are offering a new digital currency. It is conceptually similar to an IPO (Initial Public Offering), only it is dealing with new digital currencies.

A digital currency exhibits properties that are very similar to physical forms of currency, such as coins or banknotes, but they allow for transactions that can be instant, and they’re easy to transfer ownership. Depending on the cryptocurrency, some can be used to buy physical goods and services, and can be quite versatile, while on the other hand others can only be used to purchase a particular type of product.

An infographic by Dinar Dirham.

Ireland: An Aging Country #Infographic #Demography

With the current global awareness of the pension crisis, we decided to explore how Ireland fares out when it comes to its citizen’s attitude toward personal pensions. Tapping into the Central Statistics Office’s vast database of information from the recent Census conducted in Ireland, we were able to identify some amazing statistics that back up the global concern around pensions. With an aging population, citizens of Ireland need to focus on starting their pensions at a younger age. By doing so provides a pensioner with a more fruitful and satisfying retirement.

Current statistics show that 1 in 5 Irish citizens will be over 65 by 2046. With this, the government will not be able to carry this burden, hence the requirement to protect your future and start a pension. It is also expected that with the aging population our pensions will also begin at a later age and in 2045 it may be 70-year old’s instead of the current 68 for retirement.

It is clear from this infographic that the sooner you act and invest in a pension the better positioned you will be when it comes to drawing your pension. Zurich Life wants to raise the awareness that this is not just something of concern in the Republic of Ireland but across the globe.

An infographic by Zurich Life.

Why Single Ladies Can’t Afford A Single Income #infographic

Between the added cost of being single and the lagging earnings of women in the workplace, the capacity for single ladies to set aside savings is severely restricted compared to their male and coupled counterparts. Yes, we need to advocate for economic and social systems that are better designed to meet the needs of single women – after all, there are now more unmarried women than married women over the age of 18 in America. But while we advocate for those changes, let’s also be sure to advocate for ourselves by cultivating additional income streams, increasing our earnings capacity and fostering our financial independence. With comparatively fewer financial resources and higher living costs, cultivating additional income streams can help single women set aside more substantial savings sooner. And the earlier we single ladies start saving and investing, the more time we give our money to grow, and the more financial security we build up.

An Infographic by Stefanieoconnell.com.

London Offices Fees After Brexit #infographic #Brexit #Londonoffices

This infographic visualises on a London map how every borough of London voted in the recent referendum on leaving or staying in the EU. After knowing the final results, Skyline offices decided to see the effect it has had, if any, on office rental fees in the capital city. Check out the infographic below to find out what each borough of London voted the past 23rd of June and the average desk rate in London offices after Brexit.

An Infographic by Skyline Offices.