Finance Articles
  • Importance of Assets Management in Finance Industry
  • by Candice Hubbard
  • Finance based companies make their money by investing money in the stock market. As a rule, the value of a business or a country's currency is dependent on what events are going on in the world and how much money is being invested in companies and sectors within a countries economy.
  • Two Practices to Avoid if You Want to Boost Your Credit Score
  • by Stephen Leifer
  • Many customers - particularly those who are planning to make a large purchase on credit, such as a home or a car - make it their top priorities in life to find ways to raise their credit. However, wanting to raise your credit score is a far cry from actually doing it, and doing it without putting yourself into further financial trouble. To boost your credit score the right way, here are two practices that you should avoid.
  • What Is Your Exit Strategy? Part 2
  • by Joseph M. Maas
  • Business owners need an exit strategy and exit statement to plan for the eventual sale of your business. Are you ready?
  • It's Time For A Mid-Year Financial Review
  • by Joseph M. Maas
  • Now into the second half of the year, this is a great time to conduct a mid-year financial review of your investments, savings, retirement plan and tax withholdings to see if you are on pace to reach your 2014 financial goals.
  • What You Need To Know Before You Get A Total And Permanent Disability Insurance Quote
  • by Kerrie Peacock
  • According to a report by the Casualty Actuarial Society, the provision of Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance has contributed greatly to the increased uptake of life insurance during recent years. This is because people who may not really have any interest in life coverage would still consider buying it, simply because of the TPD feature. In fact, they may even purchase coverage at much higher amounts.
  • Reasons For Rejection Of A Total Permanent Disability Insurance Payout
  • by Kerrie Peacock
  • At times, policy holders may be interested in increasing their level of coverage. This would usually necessitate updating of their health information. In certain circumstances, you may not be required to provide such details. An example is the case of members of AustralianSuper who are eligible for automatic coverage. However, this exemption from providing health details would only apply up to a certain level of increased coverage.
  • Is Your TPD Insurance Payout Taxable And Other Important Questions To Ask
  • by Kerrie Peacock
  • Once you identify all the accounts, you should check whether you're required to pay any transfer or exit fees in order to roll over the multiple accounts into one fund. You should also confirm whether you're likely to lose certain insurance benefits during this consolidation process. After confirming all these details, you'll be in a position to make an informed choice, whether to consolidate or not.
  • How To Make Contributions For Your TPD Insurance Super Fund
  • by Kerrie Peacock
  • Sometimes you may be forced to open new super accounts due to changing jobs or part-time work. In this case, you can choose to roll over the amounts accumulated in such funds into your current one. However, you should first consider whether you're able to retain the benefits you had in previous accounts. You should also check on the transfer fees that may apply. Taxation on such funds would depend on the original contributions made.
  • Repairing Credit after Foreclosure: Part Two
  • by Stephen Leifer
  • Last time, we discussed the immediate steps you should take when recovering from a foreclosure experience, including the creation of a budget and keeping up with bills and debt maintenance. Once you've accomplished that and your monthly financial life is stable, the next level is to make a plan to get out of debt entirely.
  • Affordable Apartments for Sale in Colombo
  • by Kishore Reddy
  • Real Estate Buildings are now being built on a large scale in Colombo to cater to the people who demand a modern lifestyle. High rise buildings are coming up in Colombo, Sri Lanka with modern amenities and facilities.
  • Taking Financial Planning Education Courses
  • by Wile John
  • If you are interested in the world of finance and at the same time wants to help other people then pursuing a career in the financial services industry is the right path for you.
  • Where Does Your Money Go?
  • by Jessica Rector
  • You say you don't have money and you even believe it, but when someone asks you where it goes, you don't know. You know you pay your bills, but you never seem to have enough money. Keeping track of the money that comes in and goes out with a budget allows you to have more than you realize. When you don't know where your money goes, you'll never feel like you have enough. Discover how to be free from your money starting now.
  • A "Charged-off" Account: Is it a Good or a Bad Thing?
  • by Stephen Leifer
  • Some people may be inclined to feel relieved when they hear that their debt will be "charged off". After all, it's a debt they've been having trouble repaying and if it's "charged off," at least they don't have to pay it, right? Actually no--that's wrong. In fact, one of the worst things that can happen to negatively affect your credit worthiness and credit score is having your debt "charged off."
  • Types Of Options And Their Mechanics
  • by Roman M. Sadowski
  • There are two basic types of options. A CALL option gives the holder of the option the right to buy an asset by a certain date at the certain price.Learn about Types of financial options and binary options mechanics
  • How To Choose Your Binary Options Broker
  • by Roman M. Sadowski
  • Before choosing your binary options broker, I recommend doing your own homework. search for binary options broker review and you will find plenty of info.
  • Debt Settlement Vs. Bankruptcy
  • by Nikitas Tsoukalis
  • Debt settlements typically require you to work with the creditor to see what they'd be willing to accept to settle an outstanding balance. While in many cases, they'll accept less than what you actually owe, there are a few things to consider when it comes to settlement:
  • Inheriting Debt
  • by Nikitas Tsoukalis
  • Are you going to inherit your dead spouse's or parent's debt? Probably NOT. However, if you have cosigned for the debt you are responsible for paying it off.
  • Improve and Get Approved
  • by Nikitas Tsoukalis
  • When applying for a mortgage, your credit score can make or break the deal. It is crucial that your credit score is in good standing in order to get.....
  • Understanding Authorized User Accounts
  • by Nikitas Tsoukalis
  • Authorized user accounts can be a great way to create credit history and improve your credit score, however be aware of the drawbacks that user accounts have.
  • Should You Apply for a New Credit Card?
  • by Nikitas Tsoukalis
  • Most Americans are hit with new credit card come-ons several times a day. When is it a good idea to bite and when should you pass them by?
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