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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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    Buy-Sell Agreement - A buy-sell agreement is an agreement used by companies to sell the portion of a company that was owned by someone who is deceased to all the partners that remain alive, at a predetermined price, or by using a formula that has been predetermined. Sometimes this is called a business will and is often recommended by business specialists and financial planners to ensure that the buy-sell is a well-funded arrangement. This is a binding contract between owners are a guarantee that the company will continue to exist...

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    When looking for a good investment what are the odds for China foreign investment as a sound business opportunity? Although direct foreign investment is on the rise in the industrialized countries of North America, parts of Europe specifically the North West of Europe and even Japan, but what about China Foreign Investment? According to the commerce ministry of China, they state that China foreign investment is down from last year by 18%. If we look at the statistics, China foreign investment from...

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    As far as payroll goes there is really only one form that you need to worry about as an individual. The form that you need to know about is a W-2. When you sign up for a job you fill out a form to tell your employer how much money you want withheld from each check. Due to the fact that you can chose to have more or less money taken out of each check at the end of the tax period you may still owe more income tax or you...

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    Definition:  A reverse stock split is a reduction in the corporation's total number of shares available and an increase in the stock price. TeenAnalyst Advice: A reverse split usually occurs for one of two reasons?1.) Most mutual funds won't invest in a stock below $5/share.  Some companies will reverse split their stock to try to get it above that level so mutual funds will invest in it.2.) Stocks must remain above certain price levels to stay listed on a stock exchange.  Companies might do this to stay listed.A 1:2 reverse split...

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    Home mortgage refinance companies specialize in making loans to replace an existing mortgage. The lenders that handle refinance transactions use government backed loans through FHA or the VA or other types called conventional financing. Each type of financing requires that certain conditions be met. Home mortgage refinance companies have reps that will help you through the process to determine which is the right pick for you. With each company, there are somewhat different criteria that have to be met in order to complete the loan process. Generally, each company has...

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Definition of the Day Treasury Bill

Definition: A short-term debt obligation issued by the government to finance government activities.  These are commonly referred to as "T-Bills."  They are usually issued in maturities of one, three, or six months.Advice: T-bills are zero-coupon bonds, which mean that they don't pay out interest.  Instead, an investor buys them at...

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