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Category: Finance and Investing

Cash, Credit or Smartphone: What Payments Does Your Business Accept?

These days, customers have a host of options when it comes to making payments in stores and on the Internet. Therefore, businesses need to be on top of the many payment methods that are available, and they need to take steps to ensure that they can receive payments via these methods in order to keep their customers satisfied and loyal. So keep reading to learn about the many ways that payments can be accepted, and why your business should be accepting all of them. Continue reading »

Originally posted 2016-06-03 18:13:59. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

How to Build a Defensible Rental Income from a Small Portfolio

The rental market has seen some turbulence over the last few years. But at a time when interest rates are low, it is still an attractive investment option for many. If you are considering getting in on the action, however, as a small investor, there is little margin for error. Here are important things to keep in mind as you build a defensible rental income from your small portfolio. Continue reading »

Originally posted 2016-10-30 10:38:15. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Heading into the world of the investment market: What you need to know

So you’re thinking of entering the investment market. It can be a big thing to take on. Careless investors run the risk of losing their savings, and it’s relatively easy to make a mediocre amount of money that doesn’t really justify having your money tied up. Most of those who find themselves in these situations, however, have simply not put in the work to ensure they know what they’re doing before they start. If you’re prepared to take your time, you can get to know the techniques that successful investors use ad you can get to know the market itself. This will put you in a strong position from which you could do very well indeed. Continue reading »

Originally posted 2015-11-20 18:34:38. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Tips On Making Money With A Rental Property

If you have been looking for a different type of income opportunity you might want to look into owning rental property. It’s a great way to make continual residual income. In fact, it’s always better to have assets that bring in more income than ones that generate expenses.

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Originally posted 2015-08-13 01:27:31. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

What You should know about the Purpose of an Accountant and How they can Help You

There’s a common misconception among us about accountants – that they’re just bean counters, men and women who tally everything up at the end of the month and tell us exactly, in neat format, what our financial bottom line adds up to. But nothing could be further from the truth. Accountants are individuals who warn us of dangers, who save us money, who ensure our compliance with the law – and who often save the hide of our company and the livelihood of our employees.  But still, what exactly do accountants do?

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Originally posted 2016-01-08 10:49:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Tips to Get Approval for a Payday Loan

Payday loans in general as the name suggests is a way of getting money with some interest rate, however experts claim that these loans are quite different from any other loans type in financial market. The main different feature of these loans is the approval process. For instance, lenders do not check your credit story, credit score or request any credit reports; they will not be looking into the incoming and outgoing bank payments or checking your credit status. With these examples it might seem that the approval is a very easy goal to reach, however lenders still have their criteria of payday loans approvals. Continue reading »

Originally posted 2016-04-18 13:11:17. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

Retirement travel dreams fading?

We’ve recently witnessed a positive shift in pension attitudes. Research from True Potential Investor’s Tackling The Savings Gap Q3 report shows that just 19% of 24-34 year olds didn’t contribute towards their pension — showing a reduction of 7% on Q2’s 26%. Continue reading »

Originally posted 2017-05-05 16:36:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter