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Mark

Hello! My name is Mark and I'm the one responsible for this website. I'm just a person with enough knowledge about finance-related stuffs. You can know more about me by liking my Facebook Page, following me on Twitter or by adding me in one of your circles on Google+.

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Secured vs. Unsecured Loans: Which is Best for You?

By Mark / a few months ago

There are times in your financial life when you will need a loan. There are a lot of good reasons for this, from purchasing real estate to starting a business. There are all kinds of debt out there, from the revolving debt of credit cards to personal loans, equity loans, and more. How do you […]

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Freight Factoring Steers Your Business In The Right Direction

By Mark / a few months ago

If you are a trucking company owner, you’ve likely heard of the term freight factoring. This is a mainstream financial tactic used by trucking businesses to secure cash advance funding on outstanding invoices. Essentially, your business sells an unpaid invoice at a discount in exchange for a lump sum payment upfront from a factoring company. […]

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Working with the Student Loan

By Mark / a few months ago

It is great that you have got a job after finishing the college. Now you can be financially independent and support your family. But wait! You had taken the student loan and now its time for the repayment of it. The student loan repayment can add some load on you when you start to earn. […]

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Some Online Jobs that can Help you Earn Extra from Home

By Mark / a few months ago

Content writing: This is one of the simplest things that you can start with. All you need is flair for writing and good command over language. Just because you wish to work as a content writer, it does not mean that you cannot work until and unless you know SEO. It is a fact that […]

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Should you Marry if you have a Student Loan?

By Mark / a few months ago

Come to think about it. Both your student debt and marriage are long term commitments and needless to say – they are inevitably connected to each other. As per the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, around 37% of the participants admitted that they wouldn’t tie the knot unless their student loans are completely paid off. […]

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Factors Affecting the Value of our House

By Mark / a few months ago

It is often stressed that your home is actually an investment. You must have heard of brokers who wish to approach you in case you wish to sell your house because they love the property and are ready to offer a good deal to you. but, if you are someone who is unaware of the […]

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