Archive for the 'Banks' Category


Fair Exchange Is No Robbery

Author: GuestAuthor
September 15, 2013

Taking out a loan is not the only way to get extra money when you are a little short. There comes a stage when it is not possible to tighten your belt anymore and overtime is not always available.

The good news is that you can get cash in hand for items that you already own. Read the rest of this entry »


July 11, 2013

Homeowners Coverage: Can You Insure a Vacant Home?

There are times when we have to be away from our homes for longer than just a couple of weeks on vacation. This can cause a problem with insurance companies who can often balk at the idea of insuring a vacant home, so can you insure a vacant home? Read the rest of this entry »


In March of this year, HM Revenues and Customs decided they would start taxing “loyalty bonuses” for investment funds. While you may have never heard of loyalty bonuses, and you may not even have any investment funds, this decision could still affect you in a very significant way. In New Zealand, while the details of this decision are still being debated and scrutinized, it is possible that you may have to claim taxes on the money you receive from cashback credit cards as a result. If this is the case, as many are claiming it is, then those who use some of the best cashback credit cards, which typically offer the most generous cashback offers, may have to worry about declaring tax on those cashback offers during this tax year.

We will look at the details of HMRC’s decision, and analyze whether the decision could affect your own cashback credit card. Read the rest of this entry »


In a Pinch? Try a PayDay Loan.

Author: Mark Montoya
May 24, 2013

Sometimes Friday, or payday, can’t come around fast enough. While there are many options to consider to get a cash infusion, like pawning, car and title loans, quick sales, and family loans, those all have some cons that you might want to avoid.

Another options to consider if you find yourself needing money for a short-term infusion, consider a PayDay Cash advance. Especially if you are in the Austin, TX area where payday loans Austin TX will provide you with the option you desire, the PayDay Loan option can provide you with the much needed assistance you require in your time of need. Read the rest of this entry »


December 20, 2012

In the fall of 2008, a credit squeeze ballooned into Wall Street’s biggest crisis since the Great Depression. As hundreds of billions in mortgage-related investments went bad, mighty investment banks that once ruled high finance crumbled or reinvented themselves as commercial banks. The nation’s largest insurance company and largest savings and loan were seized by the government. Only the passage by Congress of a $700 billion bailout plan in October 2008 and actions by the Federal Reserve to pump money into the system headed off a full-scale meltdown. Read the rest of this entry »


December 17, 2012

You know all those bad things ….you’ve always heard about bankruptcy. Most of it is NOT TRUE….and I’ll prove it….right here…right now.Here are the Top 16 Myths your creditors want you to believe…and the reason why every one of them is NOT TRUE. Read the rest of this entry »