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Top 5 Best Economic Issues Books Reviewed

Economic issues are of relevance to a lot of people. Some individuals will have an academic interest in the topic while for others it will be more practical concerns that will attract them to this topic. Of course, there are also many of us who just enjoy finding out more about this topic. There are many texts available on this topic but here are the top 5 best economic issues books reviewed.

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What is a Lockbox?

There are many businesses that find a need for a bank service known as a lockbox. It is a way to facilitate payment by post where the money goes to the lockbox instead of office address. In some ways it is similar to a post office box, but in this instance it is the bank that has control over it. There are many great advantages to such a system and this is why it is so popular with many businesses. Read the rest of this entry »

What is a T-Bill?

a t-billThe best advice a finance advisor can give a client is to have a diversified investment portfolio. This means that there should be a variety of investments that run along a continuum of risk, i.e. some investments will carry more risk than others.

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What is Loan Forbearance?

In today’s tough economy you may find yourself needing some kind of financial help at some point in your life. This usually occurs in the form of a loan. There are also many types of loans that you can qualify for and therefore many types of loan holders.

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What is Deficit Financing?

When working with budgets, the aim of the exercise is to have enough money to pay debts and  bills, as well as some money over for unexpected events. Usually this is achieved relatively easily as budgets are adapted to conform to the amount of money available. There are, however, situations when there is a deficit in the budget, i.e., there is a gap between the money that you collected (or are paid) and the amount of money that you need to meet your budgetary commitments.

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Top 5 Best Business Writing Books Reviewed

Business writing is unlike other forms of writing. It is important that those involved in business understands how to write effectively. Failure to do so could harm the reputation of a company or lead to a loss of opportunities. Like other skills you become better at business writing by actually doing it, but first you need the information and rules relevant to it. Here are the top 5 best business writing books reviewed.

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What is Compound Interest?

Whenever a person takes out a loan, secures finance for a venture or refinances an asset, there is always a clause regarding the interest that the principal amount will accrue during the finance period. When the interest on the primary account is accrued and then added to the primary amount before the next interest is calculated, you are dealing with compound interest – In other words interest on interest. You are no longer working with just the primary amount and random interest. You’re dealing with an amount of money that is added to the primary fund and is then used as the basis of the next interest calculation.

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What is Selective Distribution?

In the business world, the name of the game is making money. The more sales you have the higher the chances that you are making a profit. Although getting your product out into the marketplace and selling as much as possible is a worthy business strategy, it sometimes happens that there is too much competition in that market segment to justify the amount of effort you’re putting in to sell your goods/services.

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