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Most of us will use credit at one point or another, for big purchases such as homes, cars and furniture. There is a price for this resource which comes in the form of interest charges and lenders use your past history to determine how much interest you will pay. The process happens when the lender […]

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Team Building Part 2: Honesty is the Key!

The second in a series of 2 articles giving a slightly different viewpoint on effective team building, condensed from an original seminar presented by the author, John Roberts. John is a Freelance Training Consultant and director of JayrConsulting Ltd. Part 1 ( Another Brick in the Wall ) dealt with selecting and building the initial […]

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Let’s assume you have just started a new venture and plan to expand in the later stage. The scope of expenses is not just One Dimensional, and therefore cash flow becomes essential. The financial situation these days is a bit dicey, and starting the business venture needs money. Arranging the money from loans is possible, […]

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Can Massage Chairs Help With Weight Loss?/feed//feed//feed/

This question seems like a dream if the answer is yes. Wouldn’t it be great to just sit down in your massage chair and lose weight? However, life is never so simple. Massage chairs can aid in the process of weight loss. The true path to weight loss includes eating right and ongoing exercise. Massage […]

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Accounting Sub Journals and Cash Book/feed//feed//feed/

The accounting procedure, for recording information, involves two steps, namely journalizing and posting. It follows that every business must maintain a journal (books of original or prime entry) and a ledger (principal book). Thus the system of book-keeping originally envisages that all the transactions must be recorded first in the book of original record, i.e., […]

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High School Wrestling: Diet and Supplements

The nutritional plan that a wrestler follows can be a factor in his performance. Different foods supply different nutrients to our bodies. Although food is the most important element in your nutritional plan, supplements can also be a beneficial addition. Some wrestlers desire to lose weight. Some wrestlers do not need to lose weight. Regardless […]

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Getting $15,000 Personal Loans For Bad Credit And Debt Management

Most of us believe that having bad credit scores means we have very little chance of securing a meaningful loan. Lenders, after all, do not like lending to risky borrowers. But with the growth of online and subprime lenders, large loans have become attainable. So, a $15,000 personal loan for bad credit and debt management […]

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A Secret Credit Score Your Car Dealer Won’t Tell You About/feed//feed//feed/

You’re ready to buy a new car. You’ve done all your homework. You know your three FICO credit scores. You determine that your highest FICO credit score is from Equifax (also known as your BEACON score). So, you find a car dealer who uses your highest score (which increases your opportunity to get approved at […]

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Can You Sue a Car Dealer For Excessive Hard Credit Inquiries?

I came across this question, “Can I sue a car dealer for excessive hard credit inquiries?” when reviewing search terms on my blog and thought this is a good topic for further discussion. First Of All, What Is A Hard Inquiry? There are two types of credit inquiries, hard and soft. A hard inquiry is […]

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Getting $20,000 Military Loans With Bad Credit Is No Myth/feed//feed//feed/

It is widely believed that, regardless of your walk of life, low credit rating makes getting a loan more difficult. But this is only the case when lenders pay attention to the score applicants have. For members of the military, it is possible to secure even large loans, like $20,000 military loans, with bad credit. […]

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