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Tip of the Day Ditch Your Car

Ditch Your Car - If you live in a community where everything is within a reasonable distance, you need to ask yourself why you are driving a car, which when...

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    Young graduates might be discouraged into thinking that there are no investment banking jobs available in 2009 especially as they look at the gloomy economy forecast but that is just simply not true. There is investment banking jobs out there if you are willing to take the time to look. Companies are starting to pick up again and that means there will be more need for investment banking jobs. The industry is starting to open up again and there will be opportunities to get into the industry, despite the talk...

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    When an individual investor is on the move to purchase mutual funds to buy there are a few rules to watch for and guidelines to follow before making the investment. Identify the mutual funds interested in Decide the types of strategy whether long-term or short-term Research the cost of the initial investment Understand all the risks that are involved Choose the mutual fund or funds through education One of the first mutual funds for any investor to research is the equity funds. The reason is simply because most individuals are busy working and taking care of...

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    Fixed Home financing options- This constitutes the most sure enough and just about primary form of loan. Both the rate of interest and the every month payment are frozen, therefore you all of the time cognize how much you require to allow for your loan defrayal each month. In addition to, notwithstanding rising prices in the economic system, the rates of interest for your mortgage may stay on as is until you give off the total sum of money. It's consequently a really safe and sound alternative. Flexible rate Home financing...

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    Dual-class Ownership - a dual-class ownership is where investors share equity with company officers who primarily have more authority then the investors. This usually occurs when a company, which is private, starts to trade on the public market. The original founders, president, CEO, or managers, still want to remain in an authoritative role and still be allowed to sell larger amounts of stock. They still want to maintain their high voting rights A management team is in place and under the dual-class ownership label, they will have more power and...

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    Buy A Used Car - Next to a home, the most expensive purchase you are likely to make is a car. When looking to buy a car it is best to remember that new cars lose considerable value the minute you drive them off the lot, and a good percentage of the time, you can get a one or two year old car, in excellent condition, for a more reasonable price. The idea of owning a car is to get you from point a to point b the...

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Definition of the Day Good Faith Deposit

Good Faith Deposit – A good faith deposit or “earnest deposit” is a monetary payment, usually on real estate, that indicates to the seller that the buyer is genuinely intending to complete the purchase.  A good faith deposit shows the seller that the buyer is serious, and this sum is...

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