Category Archives: Consumer Help

Stock Loans

A short guide to stock-based loans

Stock trading can sap the resources of even some of the best traders. There is always a desire to go for more and more stocks, so the trader can amass a large portfolio, and that may not leave the trader much money for other things they would like to do. While their trading may pay off in the end, it can take a while for the stock to mature and become worthwhile. As traders wait for profits, they may want to see the world, buy a car, remodel a house or do other things that they were hoping to do with the profits they earned through trading.

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7 Common mistakes made by amateur property developers & how to avoid them

As an amateur property developer, you will discover along the way that mistakes are common, however, there are some to look out for immediately to avoid any costly issues – here are some examples and how to avoid them:

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Stop Ignoring Your Credit History

Have you ever had the experience of feeling afraid to check your bank account? Plenty of people have. More than a few of us live from paycheck to paycheck. Between the necessities and indulgences of life, it’s easy to spend all the income you have, and more. If you’ve ever accidentally overdrafted your bank account, you know this feeling.

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Small Business Loans vs Cash Advances – What’s the Difference?

In the course of doing business, borrowing cash is often an inevitability to keep your business afloat or expand. Usually, small businesses can choose between a bank loan and merchant cash advance. Depending on your needs and the urgency of the loan, these options have their own advantages and disadvantages. Here are a few things you must keep in mind when selecting which borrowing option to choose from.

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Will You Ever Be Able to Retire?

The thought of never being able to retire was quite a laughable concept when I was growing up. It was generally accepted that adults worked until they were around 60 to 65 years old and if you were really fortunate or worked really hard, then you might even be able to retire at 50 or dare I say it, 40.