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Getting Real Estate Professionally Appraised is Important
It is important to understand what the true value of your home really is. If it has been quite some time since you originally purchased your home, then it would benefit you to get it appraised. read more...
By Ian Steward | Sep-19-2018

What You Should Know About Real Estate Appraisals
Appraisals are typically recommended when you are purchasing or selling a property. However, a lot of homeowners and potential home buyers do not really understand how the appraisal process works or what information it provides. read more...
By Ian Steward Aedis | Sep-19-2018

Hire an Accountant to Achieve the Financial Goals of Your Business
When it comes to keeping your business profitable, accounting and finance are one of the most significant factors. They play a crucial role in the management of your business. read more...
By John Panayis | Aug-05-2018

Hiring An Accountant For Your Business? Here Is What You Should Know
Do you alarm the idea of reconciling and handling your business finances? When you concentrate in private practice, bookkeeping becomes a big concern for you. This concern may snowball into an even bigger one if you don't have a proper system to handle it. read more...
By John Panayis | Jul-18-2018

Smart Insights on Managing Small Business Finances
Do you run a small or medium-sized business? If so, are you using a cloud accounting program to handle your finances or getting the help of tax accountants in Maroubra to manage your finances and keep them systematised? read more...
By John Panayis | Jul-03-2018

612 Five Things You Must Know to Get Bail
Getting a bail is an expensive procedure. Bondsmen are in business to earn a living, so the person has to pay. The fee is usually 10% (though possibly less if the person has retained a private attorney, or is in a union, or has real estate as collateral on large bonds). read more...
By mike smith | Jul-09-2009

194 Investing 101: Understanding Time and Risk
The recession has hit America badly. The events that took place from the mortgage crisis to the stock market crash, and down to the collapse of major companies, were really traumatic, to say the least. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

305 Do Not Be a Victim of These Online Scams
It’s surely not the best way to be on the good side of people, but when it comes to making money, whether online or offline, you’ve got to be skeptical. The internet is like a jungle; it’s unregulated and composed of completely diverse individuals. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

204 Great Side Gigs to Earn Extra Cash
We all face tough times financially. You know how it is; you get your paycheck and pay your rent and monthly bills, only to find out that you’re left with another crummy amount not even worthy of saving because you still have to eat today and next day and so on. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

197 How to Manage Your Monthly Cash Flow
We all admire successful corporations. Why wouldn’t we? When it comes to managing their cash flow, successful companies are very meticulous. Even when these businesses are on rough roads read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

169 Where to Put Your Money During an Economic Downturn
As the financial markets are melting down, people are terrified to put their money in any investment vehicle. Even the smartest and bravest investor will cower down and tightly hold his money as he watches major corporations fall down. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

181 The Ultimate 4-Step Guide in Recovering From the Recession
The recent stock market crash and the recession that followed later were truly traumatic events. If you are among those whose investments and savings were destroyed by the economic downturn, do not despair. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

227 How to Survive Bankruptcy
Contemplating about the possibility of bankruptcy is not an uncommon thing people do. Now that the economic crisis is in its full force, many Americans have lost their jobs and are now completely desperate to make ends meet. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

376 Investing in Gold is Always a Good Bet
While it is important to diversify investments, many people often forget to put their money on gold. Instead they concentrate too hard on the stocks, bonds, mutual and hedge funds. Many financial experts believe that you may be able to find great fortune in the gold commodities market. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

453 Be Aware of the New Tax Laws for 2009
Each year, the IRS releases changes in the US Federal income tax laws. Much hasn’t changed for the past years but the recession during the last quarter of 2008 has been a great deal of influence to the new changes in tax laws. read more...
By Yossarian Smythe | Jul-08-2009

641 Free Market Lends Federal Housing Stimulus a Hand
Economic experts overwhelmingly agree that before the United States financial crisis finally comes to an end, declining housing values must be halted so that real estate will once again provide adequate security for lenders to make loans comfortably. read more...
By Brian S. Icenhower | Jul-08-2009

361 Money Management For New Business Owners
In today’s economic situation, we always hear about money management. You may have thought that money management is for individuals only but the fact is that even businesses have to manage their money. Everyone is affected by the global financial crisis, that is why, individual or businesses need to learn proper money management. read more...
By Home Payments | Jul-04-2009

708 Tips on Preparing Yourself in Case of a Flood
Floods come in all sizes, from the "Noah, build an ark" kind to smaller, though equally damaging, floods from broken dishwashers, pipes, or hoses that come loose. It's important to get ready before the flood starts. read more...
By Mac Rousinburg | Jul-04-2009

254 Things to check before you go on holiday
The last thing you want to be doing while you are on holiday is sorting out a load of bureaucratic hassles, so it is a good idea to get these out of the way before you go. read more...
By Micke Jack | Jul-03-2009

290 How to keep your business travel costs down
If your work involves a lot of travelling, and you are not lucky enough to have an unlimited expense account, then you will most likely want to keep your outgoings to a minimum if you are to get the most, financially, from your road bound endeavours. read more...
By Micke Jack | Jul-03-2009

242 Your guide to family travel insurance
With so many people taking to the skies for foreign holidays these days, insurance companies have upped their game and now provide a whole range of travel insurance products tailored to meet the specific needs of travellers. read more...
By Micke Jack | Jul-03-2009

351 Real Estate Short Sale
A real estate short sale takes place when the sales price is less than the amount of all the liens against the property. It is not just the original lender who may be foreclosing. It would include anyone who has place a lien on the property such as a home equity loan or line of credit loan. read more...
By Gary Brey | Jul-01-2009

738 A look at the current range of travel insurance products
The variety of holiday destinations and activities available to us grows each year. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

673 Reasons to insure your next foreign holiday
Travel insurance is a necessary purchase when booking any kind of vacation. It is one of many important considerations that you have to make when arranging a foreign visit, and it can be a lot less enjoyable than picking out your destination and accommodation. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

693 Insuring your next holiday while in pregnancy
Any kind of foreign travel requires some kind of travel insurance, but those travelling while pregnant need to be sure that they have as much travel health insurance in place as possible. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

690 Cheaper holiday insurance for your next budget break
Many holidaymakers choose not to purchase travel insurance, seeing it as a waste of money. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

626 How to choose a great travel insurance deal
If you should have an accident abroad, or fall ill and require medical cover, or if your luggage is lost in transit, you will be thankful to have taken out a comprehensive holiday insurance policy. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

565 Getting the best deal on your travel insurance
Not only can the internet can be a great place to find and book a cheap foreign holiday, but it can also be a great place to get cheap travel insurance too. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

669 Taking a Gap Year? Choose China
In recent years China has become a popular destination for students leaving secondary school who wish to see a little more of the world before they embark upon their further education. read more...
By Neon Glory | Jun-30-2009

442 Is a gap year right for you?
Choosing which university you want to go to and which subject you want to dedicate three years of your young life to can be a daunting task. read more...
By Mathew Sabri | Jun-29-2009