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3 Ways Working Capital Loans Can Help You Grow Your Business

By Mark / 3 years ago

Business owners use the term“working capital” to refer to their ability to meet typical expenses on a daily basis. In the technical sense, business analysts subtract current liabilities from assets to derive a company’s net working capital. This figure may be able to offer a picture of the company’s health, but it really doesn’t tell […]

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Tips to Help You Save or Make Extra Money

By Disha / 3 years ago

There are many people these days who struggle to make their money stretch far enough. Worryingly, many people also have little or nothing in savings so if and when a financial emergency does come along they may find themselves in something of a pickle. With this in mind, it is well worth looking at different […]

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Change Your Mentality About Finances, Change Your Financial Woes

By Disha / 3 years ago

The average American owes over $15,000 in credit card debt. That doesn’t even include a mortgage, utility bills, and all the other monthly expenditures that can drain even the heftiest bank account. The key to getting your finances under control is to change your mindset about purchases. If you begin to see wants and needs […]

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Top Ways College Students Can Save Money

By Disha / 3 years ago

College life is always very expensive considering the many expenses that a student has to cover in order to be comfortable. Apart from boarding expenses, a student is also expected to pay for their tuition fees and other miscellaneous expenses that come with staying in college. Therefore, it is always important for students to spend […]

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10 Things you Can Get from a Credit Card

By Mark / 5 years ago

It’s no secret that credit cards have their advantages. Not only can a credit card transform the way in which you handle your finances, but it can offer you a whole host of additional benefits of which you might not yet be aware. Here, we look at ten things a credit card can do for […]

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Best Savings Rates for 2014

By Mark / 5 years ago

Spring has sprung, tax time is upon us, and it is a great season to rework last year’s financial strategies and recharge a savings plan. The problem that has been vexing savers for nearly a decade, though, is that interest rates on savings instruments are so low that it can be a huge challenge to […]

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Home Sale Rise as Credit Score Requirements Ease

By Mark / 5 years ago

There is every indication that the real estate market will heat up in 2014, which is good news for home sellers. The not-so-great news is that interest rates are also expected to rise this year, which could make it much more difficult for borrowers to get a mortgage. When buyers cannot find adequate financing to […]

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