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Mortgages

Is car ownership too expensive?

Whether it is expensive or not to own a car is quite subjective depending on a person’s personal circumstances. For some people, owning one car is all they can afford, while others own more than one for different purposes. Eleven factors may influence expense of having a car: Sources of income To be able to […]

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How Can You Easily Get A Bike Loan

People usually avoid public commuting these days due to increasing crowds. Moreover, public transport like buses, trams, cabs etc. can also be irregular. Therefore, it is always better to drive or ride your own vehicle. With your own vehicle, you have the freedom to go anywhere you want at any given time. Most people think […]

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How to Reduce Interest on Your Mortgage Loan?

  Reducing a home mortgage loan can be a daunting task, so here are few guidelines you can use. Some of the steps you may know already but nevertheless here they are summarized in points. With the rapid growth in the economy and with prices of commodities reaching peaks it is very difficult for people […]

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Getting yourself Great Deals in Mortgage-Equity Loans

Do you want to own a house of your own and be able to pay for it? Do you think that the loan options offered to you are not really sufficient or enough for you? If you are of the opinion that the deals you are currently receiving leave something to be desired then you […]

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What Are Mortgage Home Loans And Equity Home Loans?

Mortgages loans can be a confusing topic even for the financially literate and the government’s attempts to clarify matters sometimes does more harm than good. One way to start deciphering the code is by enlisting the help of a mortgage professional, but it pays to know something of the basics from the beginning. The difference […]

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Delayed retirement a Viable End-Game

A lot of personal financial consultants will explain the top way to save for retirement would be to commence in your youth and regularly save a share of your paycheck in a retirement savings plan like an Individual retirement account. And many folks certainly make this happen. But if you’re like many of us, you […]

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Market’s mini crash 2011

The economic anxiety drove the DOW  down 512 point. This was a mini crash of 2011. People are comparing this to 2008 and let me tell you its nothing like 2008. I have been through 2008 and it was something else. The Dow used to swing 800 to 900 point in single event and there […]

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Culture of Wall Street

University of Minnesota professor Karen Ho talks about how Wall Street is a culture full of prep school cronies that are so focused on profits and bonuses, that they have no long term economic vision. Ho is the author of the upcoming book, Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street. Based on three years of research […]

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President Obama on Meeting with Bank CEOs

The President talks about the importance of loosening access to credit and the necessity of financial regulatory reform in remarks following his meeting with financial and banking leaders at the White House. December 14, 2009. (Public Domain)

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Obama Working for Goldman Sachs?

Watch more at www.theyoungturks.com.

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