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5 Important Student Loan Mistakes to Avoid

By Amey / last month

Are you afraid of paying too much interest on your student loans? Student loans are one of the biggest debt traps you could fall into. Particularly if you are uninformed about the whole process and, as a result, make easily-avoidable rookie mistakes. According to a report by LendingTree, the era of taking student loans without […]

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5 Things to know before Adding a Spouse to a Deed

By Amey / a couple of months ago

So your spouse moved into your home and you want to add her to the deed? A lot of people impulsively decide to add their spouse to the deed. So, if something unexpected happens, she can claim the house or your assets. This is a great idea if you really trust your spouse and have […]

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What is the Capital Asset Pricing Model?

By Jurgen / a few months ago

The Capital Asset Pricing Model or CAMP can be defined as a financial model that can be used in order to determine the theoretically relevant required rate of return from an asset so that decisions can be made regarding the addition of assets to a well-diversified portfolio. Thus, the main aim of CAPM is to […]

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Planning Personal Finances is not too tricky – Here’s How to do it!

By Jurgen / a few months ago

Financial planning is one of the essential things to do if you want to make sure that your future is finically secured. Planning out your finances will provide you with numerous benefits. Also one doesn’t have to be an expert in planning their finances.  There are ways in which you can easily plan out your […]

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How to Determine the Salary Scale of your Employees?

By Jurgen / 6 months ago

In any kind of firm that may exist, one of the top concerns for any employer is the salary that they will be getting. Now it is very essential for the owner of the business or the one who facilitates the salary to be able to determine the compensation that an employer should be getting. […]

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What is Marketing ROI?

By Jurgen / 6 months ago

The ROI stands for Return on Investment. It is basically the measurement of the profit which is earned from the various investments made. This way the efficiency of the investment can be found out. One can also use the value of the ROI to compare among a number of different investments on the basis of […]

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What is Annuity and What are its Benefits?

By Jurgen / 7 months ago

An annuity is defined as a contract that is made between two different parties one being the purchaser and the other being the insurance company which is designed with its objective of the retirement purposes.  These contracts are signed up for long terms between the two groups. Here either the purchaser makes a single contribution […]

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Difference between Cost-push Inflation vs. Demand-pull Inflation

By Jurgen / 8 months ago

The term inflation can be simply defined as the rate at which the price of goods and services tentatively go up. It is a term that all the daily readers of newspaper must be familiar with since any news regarding the fluctuating nature of the financial world is never missed by anyone nowadays. The existence […]

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Is investing a good option for a student?

By Jurgen / 8 months ago

Would it be a good idea for students to try and be discussing how to contribute for collegiate? Or on the other hand would it be a good idea to simply instruct them to hold up until the point when they graduate before beginning, and simply consider it daily? We don’t typically consider contributing with […]

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If Crypto is Dead, why is Yale’s Endowment Fund Investing in It?

By Jurgen / 9 months ago

Even as more apprehensions are cast on the viability of cryptocurrency in an increasingly volatile financial market, there are a few hedge fund investor groups that still stick to the digital currency as their preferred mode of investment. One of these groups is the well-known Yale’s Endowment Fund, a recent entrant in the world of […]

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