Monthly Archive: February 2017

Feb 28

Personal Finance Coaching

All life insurance entails paying premiums over time. If you die the insurance policy pays based upon the terms of the agreement. I think that you really should have sufficient life insurance so that if you, or your partner, pass away you can reside off the interest. Assume a four% return on your investment. A …

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Feb 28

Advice On How To Use A Credit Card

The credit card is really a fantastic concept. However if it is not used properly it can simply bring financial ruin. By not using it properly you could end up in the unpleasant situation of paying every month interest. The credit cards in our days can be very helpful accessories since you won’t need to …

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Feb 28

Get Organized With These Personal Finance Tips

Watch for letters that tell you about changes in your credit accounts. You have a legal right to be informed of changes 45 days in advance. Examine the changes and decide whether the account will be worth keeping. If you decide that the new terms are unacceptable, pay off the remaining balance on the account, …

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Feb 27

Personal Finance Curriculum Related Resource

Are you searching for information related to personal finance curriculum or other information somehow related to retirement, or personal finance report? If yes, this article will give you helpful insights related to personal finance curriculum and even somehow related to quicken and personal finance softwares that you might not have been aware of. Applying for …

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Feb 27

The Banking Name You Can Trust Upon Canara Bank

The Indian Banking system has undergone a sea change in terms of service and functions. The credit of maintaining trust and confidence goes to few banks who have endlessly served to provide their customers a classy service. Be it grievance handling or meeting standing orders the services have been commendable. One such bank upholding the …

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Feb 25

Credit Card Phishing Scams

What Is Phishing? All new technologies come with their drawbacks and it is no different with credit cards. One of these drawbacks goes by the name of Phishing. When a person uses a fraudulent email or online shopping site to get hold of information about your credit card or bank, it is called phishing. Phishing …

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Feb 24

PSBs bank on PoS machines to increase earnings

Banks are vying with one another to acquire point of sales (PoS) machines. This is a huge opportunity for the banks to increase additional income by increasing the card base and encouraging the card holders to use the same for their merchant transactions. While SBI (State Bank of India) plans to acquire 50,000 PoS to …

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Feb 23

Santander 123 Cashback Credit Card For Your Advantage at Every Turn

The Santander 123 credit card offers cashback on most of the essential sources of household expenditure. It will return 1% cashback on every pound spent in supermarkets; 2% cashback at department stores; and 3% cashback at petrol stations. Let’s consider each of these in turn. In 2010, research showed that supermarkets were worth ?107.8 billion, …

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Feb 23

A Wealth Building Free Significant Tip

You see, we should be very thankful that we are born in this modern generation because of the existence of the Internet. With the Internet, every information (whether about A Wealth Building or any other such as consulting, eco building, wealth building institute or even wealth building workshop) can be found with ease on the …

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Feb 23

Vermont Food Bank Joins Foodtweeks(tm) To End Hunger In America

PressRelease) Mobile App Invites Users to Partake in Donating to Food Banks While Encouraging Healthier Lifestyle. Stamford-Norwalk, CT – foodtweeks, a free app that combines weight management with feeding the hungry, announced that the Vermont Food Bank in Barre, Vermont has joined the ranks of foodtweeks-affiliated food banks. To invest users of the app in …

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