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How to improve your cash flow?

The cash flow of a business – whether a small-scale or big-time business – is the feast and famine nature when money coming into the business becomes tight enough to risk not supporting underlying business activities it formerly supported.

Author: Scott Townsend | Categories: Financial Planning

How to Save and Still Live in Full?

The spend thrift son of a billionaire and boastful middle-class lawyer both have this in common. Making savings without too much effect on our daily lives is not only possible, it’s highly achievable. Everything that has to do with saving and budgeting is always resisted by those individuals who have the “I CAN so I spend it” kind of attitude.

Author: Joanne Lee | Categories: Financial Planning, Saving Tips

How Reducing Prime Rate Affects Credit Card Debt and Finance?

The prime rate is always seen as the first approach to controlling a recession. Burst periods which accompany the end of a market boom can be controlled by reducing the prime rate. Up until now, the Federal Reserve has steadily reduced prime rates in a bid to reduce interest rates and stimulate consumer spending.

Author: Brent Thomas | Categories: Banking, Credit Card Debt

Money Saving Tips for 2009

As the year comes to an end, many families are in search of a working solution to reducing their means of living for 2009. Always remember that saving money doesn’t come easy, at least not without the dedication and willingness to try it out. Below are some of the best money savings tips you’d find out there.

Author: Joanne Lee | Categories: Financial Planning, Saving Tips

Credit Card Debt and Motivation

Credit Card debt is one of those issues affecting millions of Americans today. With credit easily available, the lure of spending what we don’t earn is hardly resistible. A lot of individuals even live out rightly on their credit cards with no form of savings whatsoever.

Author: CreditCardsCo | Categories: Credit Card Debt

What is ID theft and How to Report it?

Simply put, Identity theft occurs when someone gets hold of your personally identifiable information to commit acts such as fraud and other crimes.

Author: Carolyn Spiel | Categories: ID Protection

Second ‘$800 billion’ Bailout and US Consumer Banking

Unlike the first $700 billion stimulus package which was intended to promote inter-bank lending, the second bailout $800 billion economic stimulus package would be used to purchase consumer debt and mortgage backed securities.

Author: Scott Townsend | Categories: Banking, Financial News

Avoiding Christmas Credit Card Debt

As the year comes to an end and Christmas approaches, a time has come where your expenses might get higher than usual. With millions of Americans already high in credit card debt, remaining debt-free throughout this period requires some work on your part.

Author: Roberta Sanchez | Categories: Credit Card Tips, Financial Planning

Understanding Credit Cards in Small Print

Millions of United States consumers lose money due to their inability to either read or understand details pertaining to their credit cards in small print. Whether it’s a credit card agreement, purchase agreement or other contract details, the bulk of Americans will only skim through the document rather than take a while to read and ensure to have understood all aspects of the agreement.

Author: Brent Thomas | Categories: Banking, Credit Card Basics

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