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The Total Money Makeover, a Must Read Ultimate Guide to Money Management

The Total Money Makeover, a must read Ultimate Guide To money management

The Total Money Makeover, a must read Ultimate Guide To money management

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Quoted Shares and Stock Exchange

Quoted shares are shares that have been quoted on a recognised stock exchange. And the stock exchange is a service provider for traders and brokers when they are dealing with stocks, futures, options, bonds, and other securities.

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World economic crash – The visible upshot of global debt

The world economic system refers to the world’s nations, their individual financial systems, and the associations that connect them in an international marketplace. However, the total collapse of the American housing market [2007] and the global economic disruption that trailed in 2008 brought the phrase “economic meltdown” into focus. For people crushed under a heavy load of credit card debt, a debt settlement program provides them with a sigh of relief. Times are tough and it’s now an accepted fact that a majority of the people are handling some sort of debt or the other. Whether it’s US or Europe, people are finding it difficult to make ends meet, despite working hard.

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What is a Progressive Tax?

The progressive tax system is widely used around the world. It is based on the idea that the more taxable income or profit an individual makes the higher the rate of tax they should pay. The way this system should work is that those who earn the least amount of money should have to pay the least amount of tax – they will pay a lower percentage of tax on their income than the high earners. It is viewed as fair system by many but there are also critics who believe that taxing the rich too much stifles the economy. Read the rest of this entry »

How do I Buy a Car with Bad Credit?

If you have a bad credit rating you will likely find it a bit more difficult to buy a car. The good news is that there will usually be a way to get around this. In fact, there are some car dealers out there that focus on selling vehicles to those with bad credit. They are not doing this out of any type of generosity. It just gives them access to a pool of potential customers who are looking for cars. The bottom line is that most dealers are desperate to sell their vehicles and all they care about is that you can pay the money for the vehicle. Here are a few ideas for how you can buy a car with bad credit. Read the rest of this entry »

7 Tips for Saving Money on Automobile Insurance

Anyone who has ever had to work for a living and manage the costs of living knows how very important it can be to budget living expenses, and reduce them to as low an obligation as possible.  It’s easy to cut out things like fast food, entertainment, and miscellaneous shopping costs, but it’s also helpful to know that you can cut costs associated with the necessities, too.  One such bill that can be adjusted is your automobile insurance bill.  Here are seven tips for saving money on automobile insurance.

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What is a Hardship Withdrawal?

Investing in the future is always a great idea, and this is why we bother with things like pensions. If we have spare cash today then the wisest thing to do is put this by for later. When we get older we will likely have far less potential for making money so we have to make provisions for this now. This is why most of us will regularly put money into our pension funds. But what happens if we hit a bad patch now? Will we be able to get this money back that we have put aside for our retirement? Well this is where the hardship withdrawal comes into play. It is an option with some 401K plans and it is a way to get to our money early if life gets too rough financially. The companies that manage these plans add the hardship withdrawal element as a way to encourage people to choose them. This is because we are more likely to put money aside for our future if we know that we can get to it in an emergency.

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What is Unearned Income?

People will usually have different types of income. For instance, they may have their salary and other money they get for providing services. For tax purposes it is necessary to declare not only your earned income but also you unearned income. There can be confusion though, about what this unearned income actually refers to. In simple terms this unearned money is any money that you have been paid but you have not yet earned. For example, if you have been paid money in advance for some service that is not yet complete then this would be considered to be unearned income. There are also other types of unearned income that we will consider below.

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