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Penny Stocks and the Investments

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Recently, investors commence sharing in the penny stocks. This action occurred especially after investors began to realize that they had the ability to invest chump change in a selection of companies. In short, investors could invest a few pennies or dollars in small companies around the United States...

Online Casinos: List of the Most Graphic

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Online casinos are plenty and they differ when it comes to the amount of games, customer service, free cash they hand out and many other features that pertain to the legally binding contract between the player and the casino...

Commercial Mortgages Transform - Jan 2007 update

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Many commercial lenders have effectively (if not actually) shut their doors. For the rest of us, the resulting volume is so great our appraisal and processing systems are stressed to the limit. Several of our competitors are not even taking any more loans just to get through the current overload in their systems...

Refinance

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Refinance is one of the most convenient ways to repay a loan because refinancing means to apply for another loan to pay back a previous loan on the same mortgage. The most common mortgage is generally one's home...

Inflation: Public Enemy Number 1

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

When our grandparents were working they could earn a decent living, pay for a house, a car, seven children, and still have money to put in the bank. But today, the cost of living has outstripped rises in pay so that things cost more but we’re not making more...

How Much Money Should You Save for Financial Emergencies?

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Copyright 2006 Tony Mase Practically every financial planning and personal finance book you'll ever read advises you to start an emergency savings fund, or rainy day fund as some call it, to meet unexpected financial emergencies, as one of the first steps you should take to build wealth...

Want to remortgage but are worried about your personal data?

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

The recent scandal where the personal data of 25 million people went missing is worrying. Lots of companies today want your personal details and very often they don’t need them and shouldn’t be asking for them...

The Case Against Paying Points

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Points seem like a good idea, after all, the interest rate is lowered. But if you don't have cash on hand in advance, paying points can seem just out of reach. Do you need to pay points? For most people, paying points just doesn't make sense...

How to Rip Off the Rich and Make Yourself Wealthy

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Copyright 2006 Geoff Morris In this day and age of uncertain pension plans, rising unemployment, and a general feeling that however hard you work, doesn’t it amaze you that your bills just somehow seem to keep pace with your earnings? Want a solution? Then use Other People’s Money to make yours! So, how does this work then, and how can it make you wealthy? Let me use a real live example...

Reasons For Financial Problems

On Feb 25, 2015 0 104 52

Most of us know when we hit a financial disaster, usually we can even trace the beginning of the process that led to the financial failure, but the problem seems to be the fact that some people keep repeating the mistakes, or adapting new problematic methods of trying and solving problems...