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Tip of the Day Build a Nest Egg that is 25 Times the Annual Investment Income You Need

Build a Nest Egg that is 25 Times the Annual Investment Income You Need - When it comes time to retire are you going to have enough money to live...

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    Participating Preferred - Participating Preferred is the capital stock certificates which provide a specific dividend paid that is before any dividend paid to the holders of common stock, and which takes precedence over the common stock in the event of the liquidation. This is a form of financing preferred by investors of private equity and venture capital corporations. The participating preferred stock holders get their currency back with interest and the currency distributed with the percentage of common stock shares into a preferred stock. Like common stock certificates it represents...

  • Best Money Market Funds

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    Money market funds as we all know are the best funds to maintain flexibility for the financial mediators and they never supposed to lose money. There are many money market funds, but choosing the best involves some serious research. There are some detailed analytics available online. Going through them, can give you an idea about some of the best money market funds. Although these are similar to these mutual funds, they heavily differ from them, when it comes to the term of the investments. Mutual funds are supposed to have...

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    If you think refinancing your investment property is a desperate move, think again. In actuality, by refinancing you can actually increase your cash flow considerably--especially if you've built up a good amount of equity in the property you intend to refinance. You can use the money from the re-fi for whatever project you earmark them, including home improvements, financing the purchase of additional investment properties, college tuition, or paying off other loans whose fixed interest rates are high. Because interest rates in general are at an all-time low, this is an opportune...

  • Government Savings Bond

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    When investing for the future some will look to do the patriotic things and buy government savings bonds. Government savings bonds provide several advantages to the bond holder and to the country. Quite often the US government needs to generate cash flow for certain projects. One method of doing this is by selling government savings bonds. The government savings bonds functions as an IOU. You purchase the bonds and agree not to cash it in until a certain date. In exchange you receive interest payments twice per years and compounded...

  • Best Mortgage Refinance Calculator

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    Today there are many good aids available to help people are considering getting a second mortgage or to redo their mortgage. There are some concerns that need to be addressed. One is the actual market value of the property. The economic conditions have affected value more than any other time in the last thirty years. A best mortgage refinance calculator is a gadget that allows you to see the real numbers before signing up. This helps determine whether the refinance is actually worth it. The information you need to...

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Definition of the Day Commingled Fund

Commingled Fund - A Commingled fun is a mutual fund or a common trust fun consisting of various kinds of assets from several accounts united together. The commingled funds asset, mitigate the risk for the investor or shareholder through diversification and reduces the cost of organizing each account separately. The...

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