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292 Wanting to get rid of Debt
Credit management needs a proper and accurate knowledge of accounting functions and then decides for it accordingly. It is not a secret anymore that we have a lot of credit management issues occurring, they aren’t reduced count but instead it’s still increasing since it follows the financial issue of the biggest industries major countries like U.S. read more...
By Ginar Asombrado is writing article for Mary Jesus | Aug-17-2011

321 Debt Resolution a Solution for Debt Aches
Debt resolution, whether you’re a businessman or ordinary human being leaving in this earth, we have to deal problems intelligently so we will not end hanging and emoting in the corner side of our house door. read more...
By Ginar Asombrado is writing article for Mary Jesus | Aug-15-2011

487 From First to 3rd Parties: A Guide on Business Debt Collection
Currently, firms concentrating on debt collection services now do the responsibility of lenders in seeking financial debt owed to them. These 3rd party companies are experts in business debt collection, and so are trustworthy and valuable in this job. read more...
By chiaragallo | Aug-04-2011

325 Steer clear of Inflated A/Rs, Hire Commercial Collection Services
Reduce having inflated A/Rs. Know the right time to pursue debtors by way of commercial collection services. SMEs need to employ the services to a reliable personal debt collection agency to follow slow-paying accounts. read more...
By chiaragallo | Aug-02-2011

349 Are some judgments easier to collect than others?
Debt collection company and its purpose A collection agency allows creditors to easily collect debts without having to intervene directly. Since pursuing payments is usually a time-consuming activity, these agencies are best equipped -staff wise- for handling debt recovery. A fee that is either a percentage of the debt collected or a fixed amount is deducted. read more...
By faizan raza | Jul-29-2011

909 Bankruptcy and Divorce – Consult the Right Bankruptcy Lawyer
Call us if you want to feel something you probably haven't felt in a while- Hope. The decision to file bankruptcy has important benefits. And it may be your best option. Bankruptcy Is Not A Dirty Word. read more...
By Tiana Wassell | Jul-26-2011

646 In Debt? Seek Debt Management Help from a Nonprofit Agency
If you are in over your head with credit card debt, you are not alone. Thousands of Americans are drowning in debt and don't know where to turn for help. read more...
By Mr William Hauselberg | Jul-12-2011

1482 Tax debt – Different ways to pay off your IRS dues
Now, both the tax debt solutions option has various other types included in them. So, if you are having problems in paying off your tax debts, you can take the help of the different IRS debt pay off options to become free of IRS dues. read more...
By Eustacia | May-06-2011

445 How Can Credit Counselling Program Benefit You
If you're constantly living from paycheck, you might consider a credit counseling program. A credit counseling program helps you develop a budget, while managing their debt. read more...
By New Horizon | Apr-28-2011

413 Tips To Minimize Credit Card Debt
Credit card debt can be built up really fast, but it won't go away that quick and it won't go away if you have done nothing to resolve it. The first step of get rid of your credit card debt is reducing it by avoiding new debt added to it and minimum the interest from rolling up your debt. read more...
By New Horizon | Apr-28-2011

426 Debt Consolidation - Doctor for Your Debt
Debt consolidation refers to the composition of a person to a manageable loan debts. In short we can say that debt consolidation offers help avoid bankruptcy. read more...
By New Horizon | Apr-16-2011

353 How to Repair Your Credit Card After an Identity Theft
The cases and anecdotes of identity theft are abound everywhere and the same makes our credit cards and personal financial details more and more vulnerable to all the fraudulent existences. In 2007, an ID theft survey accounted that more than 8 million people would be the victims of identity theft nationwide and this make the fact evident that our financial identities and security are in jeopardy and we must take some ready steps to combat the crisis. read more...
By Arond | Apr-14-2011

535 How to Manage and Keep Track of your Household Budget
Budget is a part of the personal finances which needs most of our attention and intention and most of the time we fail to create and follow a workable and practical one which would help us from monetary follies and over expenditures. A good budget will always guide and define a profitable and productive household finances and the same will prohibit useless expenditures. read more...
By Arond | Apr-13-2011

321 You will need an emergency fund to meet the unexpected costs
Emergency fund is the amount of money which is required to be kept aside and to used during hard times. The money that has been kept in the emergency fund is usually adept to risks and it can be properly utilized in the case of a financial emergency which may arise at any time. read more...
By Arond | Apr-12-2011

349 Living without borrowing is it possible
You have probably heard of a lot of ways in which it is possible to get rid of debts and financial troubles but how many of them you have utilized remains a question. There are only a handful of people who can actually remain focused on their savings and expenses. Not keeping a necessary balance between the two is probably the greatest reason why people are actually running into huge debts. read more...
By Arond | Apr-12-2011

499 debt negotiation
Since 2004, ACI has been helping consumers become debt free using debt settlement programs tailored to fit their personal needs and their ability to repay. Our mission is to expertly, professionally and ethically assist YOU, our valued client, to obtain a debt-free life. read more...
By Leonardo Fallon | Apr-11-2011

393 Fundamental tasks in investing
The economy is already in shambles and the consumers are struggling to make their ends meet. Businesses are also in equal trouble with layoffs and cut in the overtime hours. Under such adverse circumstances, there are some essential tasks which are required to be carried out particularly with respect to your investments. read more...
By Arond | Apr-11-2011

353 Spending More Money Than You Are Earning
The commonest money problem that the majority of us face is the habit and tendency of spending more money than we earn and ending up in debts of various kinds. However tough it may sound to abandon this expensive habits but dealing with this becomes the most important subject before organizing one’s personal finances and expenses. Let us see how we can go about quitting these urges of over spending. read more...
By Arond | Apr-08-2011

558 Short Term Vs Long Term Investment
Investments are gaining momentum nowadays; especially when people have become more and more aware of the importance of financial security and stabilizing of their future prospects. Debt has already blown the economic status of our country and its citizens but now is the time to understand the re-building process of personal finances. Thus let us start with the differences between short and long term investments and their contradictions. read more...
By Arond | Apr-07-2011

384 Be Financially Independent After Retirement Through Social Security Advantages
Retirement is the age when everyone is bound to feel financially insecure and dicey until and unless he/she have already strengthened the future financial prospects apart from being well aware of all the opportunities and social security benefits provided by government after retirement. Thus working after retirement and availing of the social security funds later can eventually increase financial strength even after retirement. read more...
By Arond | Apr-06-2011

383 Why is it Not Advisable to Buy New Homes in Weak Markets
A new home, the dream of many would-be buyers, makes less and less financial sense in many places. A wave of foreclosures has driven down the cost of previously occupied homes and made them even more of a comparative bargain. By contrast, new homes have become more expensive. Moreover the recent disaster in mortgage market acted like the last nail in the coffin. Let’s find out why buying a new home in a weak market can prove derogatory. read more...
By Arond | Apr-06-2011

678 Why ‘Return on Assets’ is Considered to be of So much Value?
Investors often try to find out or recognize the magic numbers or the metric that will identify a profitable and productive bond out of several others bonds in the market. But alas, such magic numbers don’t exist or work in stock markets. However, when you are considering stocks to buy, there are certain metrics and numbers that are more important than others. Let us assess their efficiency and scope of value to eliminate poor performance. read more...
By Arond | Apr-04-2011

336 Money management for the self employed
After having gone through a lot of ordeals and considerations, you have probably decided to start with a home based business. After all, money is something that you will require always whether it is for the daily needs or for any other purpose. Starting with business has caught up with numerous people after a series of lay off during the recession. However, managing the income generated by self employment may be a precarious issue. read more...
By Arond | Apr-01-2011

467 Drip Investing: An Overview
The term DRIP stands for direct reinvestment plans. It is a type of investment which will allow the investors to reinvest their cash dividends by purchasing more shares or fractional shares on the date of the payment of dividends. It’s been around for quite some time now since its inception in the 1960’s. read more...
By Arond | Apr-01-2011

458 The importance of net worth
Net worth is largely related to personal finance and calculated by subtracting the debts from the total value of assets. Your net worth may speak volumes about your financial abilities at any given point of time. It may also be a determining factor about your financial strength and weaknesses. read more...
By Arond | Mar-31-2011