The Importance Of A Financial Advisor

Word Count: 545 Summary: When it comes to managing your finances, you can certainly do it yourself. If you don?t feel comfortable doing that, you can use the services of…

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The Human Side: Debt Stress

Word Count: 524 Summary: In all the technical discussion you hear about credit card debt, the best ways to manage it and pay it off and all the rest, one…

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The History Of Gold As Money

Word Count: 641 Summary: Turning Gold Into Money Gold is one of the most dynamic elements of the modern economy and some might find it funny that the oldest form…

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The Hierarchy Of Lenders

Word Count: 2039 Summary: ?You?ve got great credit! We don?t need any documentation. You?re already approved.? Although offers like this sound enticing, their simplicity alone is evidence you?re getting into…

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The Gross Domestic Product

Word Count: 169 Summary: The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) exprimes the gross added value of the final output, produced by the economic agents inside the borders of a country, no…

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The Four Classifications Of A Public Retirement System

Word Count: 387 Summary: It is that time in life that we all look forward to. It is time to sit and relax and no longer have to worry about…

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The Folly of PEG Ratio

Word Count: 441 Summary: Common sense dictates that a stock with higher growth rate should be valued at a higher P/E ratio. There is nothing wrong with that. But using…

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The Flip-Flop Asset Allocation Method

Word Count: 679 Summary: Do you put all of your money into some safe CD?s to earn interest, or buy a biotech index fund to grab the next big move…

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The First Home Owners Grant

Word Count: 448 Summary: Information about the first home buyers grant in Australia: find out if you’re eligible and how to make the most of it when purchasing your first…

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Title: The Facts about Low Interest Credit Cards

Word Count: 1039 Summary: Low interest credit cards are considered cheap credit cards because they offer 0% Intro APR (annual percentage rate) up to one year. These offers may only…

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