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  • Understanding Bonds To Avoid Risk  By : John Morris
    With a plethora of ways to analyze bonds, it might make your head spin. Even so, evaluating the potential risk before you buy and calculating your potential returns is an essential step in the process of acquiring bonds...
  • Using Home Reversion Plans to reduce Tax liabilities  By : Adrian Hudson
    With changes in legislation Home Reversion Plans are going to become a tool for reducing Inheritance Tax - this article explains how
  • Demographic and Social issues affecting the Property Market  By : Adrian Hudson
    With a high immigration rate and other social impacts affecting the property market, this article explores whether basic interest rate increases will have a significant impact on the UK housing market.
  • Tax Software - Taming the Paper Tiger  By : sandyb
    Tax Software - Taming the Paper Tiger
  • Tax Save 2007 - Helpful news about taxes and TurboTax Premier.  By : sandyb
    Tax Save 2007 - Helpful news about taxes and TurboTax Premier.
  • Different Types of Stock That You Should Know  By : Makabongwe Maseko
    The stock categories discussed apply to the two stock fundamental categories, common stock and preferred stock. And is of use no matter how small or big the company maybe and which is very useful information that you may apply on to your business or
  • Small Business Guide to Equipment Leasing  By : Razvan Jr
    The Small Business Guide to Equipment Leasing explains the benefits of leasing equipment and why 80% of U.S based businesses lease their company equipment as opposed to buying. These benefits cover how leasing helps businesses improve their financing
  • Where Can You Find Financial Education When You Need It Most?  By : Charley Huang
    However, with the recent boom in finance and the globalization of economic trends, many are questioning their blanketing acceptance of this mode of thinking and are reconsidering the importance of a quality, specialized education in the area of finan
  • Stopping Credit Card Identity Theft  By : Peter Kenny
    Although identity theft can be a big problem, if you can prove that you did not buy any items or give up your information, then your card issuer should be able to refund all or part of the money that was taken
  • Using Commercial Cards In Your Business  By : Peter Kenny
    Although credit cards are the most common commercial cards, there are other cards available. Charge cards for business purposes are similar to regular charge cards
  • Credit Repair  By : Andrew Olson
    Credit repair is defined as the process of eliminating, unfair or unpaid dues from your credit report. Credit firms all over America charge thousands of dollars for eliminating bad debt, and to carry out credit repair.
  • Use The Same Techniques The Rich And Famous To Avoid Taxes!  By : Lee Hadnum
    Everyone has heard about the actor or businessman who lives a jet-set lifestyle and 'pays no tax'? This article explains how everyone can benefit from the same 'secrets'.
  • History of Money  By : Ibrahim
    The first instances of money were objects with fundamental value are called commodity money and includes any commonly-available commodity that has intrinsic value; historical examples include rare seashells, whale's teeth, and cattle. In medieval Iraq, bread was used as an early form of money.
  • A New Breed of Pawn Shops: Financial Services Provider  By : Chris Robertson
    Today, there's a new breed of pawnshop - one that's a reputable provider of financial services.
  • Get Your Unclaimed Money Share  By : Mark Silverman
    The unclaimed money sums are quite incredible, billions of dollars are waiting to return to their rightful owners. Using trusted online records information providers will help you take what you are entitled to.
  • Transfer of Tangible Personal Property - Regulation 1595, Part 1  By : Thomas Alston
    When contemplating the purchase of an aircraft, a potential owner must consider the ownership structure that will best suit their needs. Often, only afterwards, does the owner realizes they don't own the aircraft in the entity that is most beneficial for tax purposes or that limits their liability.
  • Best Car Finance  By : Brent Miggles
    Different car financing options and their pros and cons.
  • Credit Repair Guide To Quickly Improve Your Credit Score  By : Singair
    Can you repair my credit? The main thing with bad credit repair is to make a conscientious effort to pay your bills on time. There are critical factors that affect your credit score.
  • Trading Psychology For Forex Trading  By : Ryan19 Litchfield19
    Lean Tips For Sound Forex Trade Investments

    With the use of better trade strategies, one can make sound investments and learn the art of forex trade.
  • How to Budget Your Money When Starting Up a New Business  By : Mr. Jeff Nelson
    Starting up a new business can be very difficult, but very rewarding if you are successful.
  • Using Technical Analysis To Manage Risk And Maintain Top Quartile Performance  By : Dwayne Strocen
    To manage an effective risk management solution requires more than the calculation of VaR. Ultimately a successful risk management program requires the execution of an effective hedge. Technical analysis is a vital element of this strategy.
  • Forex | Forex Signal | Forex Strategy System | Currency Trading  By : Marco
    Exchange of a nationís currency for that of another is Foreign Exchange (FOREX). The foreign exchange market is a largest non-stop financial market in the world where currencies of different nations are traded. For more information about forex trading strategy, forex, forex alerts, forex signal, currency trading, forex trading signals, visit:
  • Carbon Emission Trading, The Basics Explained  By : Dwayne Strocen
    The Kyoto Protocol of 1997 was signed by 38 signatory countries to address the issues of greenhouse gasses and resulting climate change issues. The following article will provide an understanding of trading greenhouse gas emissions.
  • Advantages of Forex Trading  By : Marco
    Foreign exchange trading involves buying and selling different currencies. It works on the theory that is similar with share market. As we know that to make the profit, you have to buy at lower price and sell at higher price, or we can also sell at higher price first and buy at lower price. For more info visit:
  • Merchant Funding: Why is it making a Buzz Louder than Your New Year’s Fire Crackers.  By : Kirk Tsiaperas
    As the economic debate heats up in Congress as to what companies the government needs to bail out, pangs of uncertainty has crept up not only in the US, but in other parts of the world as well.
  • How to stop IP ownership Issues by Joint Venture?  By : Amit Chanana
    Technology-focused collaborations form a foundation of corporate planning strategies today. Such collaborations can be in the form of strategic alliances, joint ventures, open innovation or other legal structures. Regardless of how the participants characterize and legally structure such collaborations, the most common motivation for forming such alliances is to pool technology and R & D resources.
  • Texas Business Personal Property Rendition and Taxation  By : Patrick O Connor
    The Texas Property Tax Code for many years had required owners of business personal property (BPP) to annually render those assets used in a business. Rendering is summarizing to the central appraisal district the ownership and value of the assets. Historically, however, over half of all owners of business personal property have not rendered.
  • Arcane Income Tax Tip  By : Patrick O Connor
    Cost segregation is simply an accurate way to allocate the cost basis of real estate and establish a depreciation schedule. The real estate depreciation schedule is often established by allocating a portion of the cost basis to land and allocating the balance to a long term depreciation recovery period (27.5 or 39-yr straight-line depreciation).
  • Refinance Your Home Debt or Foreclosure  By : Sarah Carlye
    If the home was financed at one of the high interest rates that prevailed during the early 1980s, refinancing at a lower interest rate and/or with a longer payment period can greatly reduce monthly payments and bring them within reach. Moreover, refinancing a low interest first mortgage and high interest second mortgage into a low interest first mortgage can also reduce payments. Advocates should keep in mind, however, that many refinancing schemes are frauds. Even legitimate refinancing options that look like an improvement on closer inspection are far more costly than the existing mortgage. The major disadvantages to refinancing residential debts are the increased finance charges that result from extending the repayment period, the possibility of having to pay points, the additional closing costs, and prepayment penalties on the old mortgages. The feasibility of refinancing depends on whether the homeowner can obtain a loan at a reasonable rate, usually from a savings bank, a commercial bank, a credit union, or a legitimate mortgage company. Most finance companies and certain mortgage companies do not make residential loans at reasonable rates and terms.
  • Steps To Take To Help Prevent Foreclosure  By : Sarah Carlye
    Foreclosure rates have increased nationally by more than 200% since 1980 and show no signs of abatement. More than 600,000 homes were foreclosed in 1989.

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