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  • The Importance Of Consumer Credit: Too Easy To Fail

    Consumer Credit: Too Easy To Fail What comes to mind when the term “credit” is used varies from person to person. Maybe credit means a pair of shiny new shoes, or just a fun shopping trip in general. Or maybe credit invokes stress when a pile of bills and late notices comes to mind. Or maybe, nothing comes to mind at all, because cash is king. Like everything, credit over the years has evolved. It has changed its face and grown into something much different from when it began. In today…

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  • Importance Of Securing Your Needs

    Securing Your Needs Securing your needs involves managing your money in a way that is resourceful. Money may be spent through cash, credit or debit cards, checks or applying for a loan. Another important component includes benefits from a job, large household needs, insurance and managing debt. These components are important because they lead you to build your wealth. Using these tools properly can help you save money while using them incorrectly can put you deeply in debt. My current situation…

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  • Mitttal Steel Case Study

    Growth of Mittal Steel Edwin Romero Ashford University BUS616 International Business Dr. Johnny Vanneste November 10, 2014 Abstract In today’s world for a company to be able to grow and compete on a level higher than its competitor’s it must eventually seek to move outward into new markets. This growth will not only assist the company in its need for expansion but it can also be beneficial to the local communities the organization moves into by providing jobs and other economical…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Buying A Home

    The economic downturn over the past few years has really been hard on people of all status, socio-economic background and race. It’s hard to envision an America without the beautiful home and pick-it fence, but the reality of it is that most American families do not have that vision right now. With the beginning of a new day came a way to overcome this sad reality though. The economy is on the rise I believe and with that more people, boomerang buyers, are able and eager to get back into owning…

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  • The Importance Of Debt Management

    can be considered good debt is simple. I call it the 5% rule. Your monthly car payment should not be more than 5% of your monthly income. For example if you make $50,000 a year, which comes out to approx. $4166 a month, then your car payment should be no more than $208.33 a month. If your car payment is 5% or less than your income then you have made a savvy investment and that car loan is a good debt. If your car payment is any more than that then you went above your means and you have taken on…

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  • Difference Between Debit Card And Credit Card

    the bank the same amount of money that I need to pay the bank back in the future. Usually, the bank has also set a date that I have to pay back without paying extra interest; but, if I delay the payment, the bank will charge me additional interest for not paying on time until I complete my whole payment. Also, according to each person’s financial condition, the bank has set different monetary limits that people cannot exceed (“Credit or debit? Each card type has pros and cons” 52). As a…

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  • Flypay: The Cashflow In The Hospitality Industry

    First Capital Cashflow, a direct debit solutions provider interviewed experts in the payment sector about the payment trends for small businesses in 2016. Mobile payments, as well as Contactless and digital wallets are evolving, however, John Cooke, Commercial director card services of Allpay Limited points out that changes in payments are usually very slow. Although Contactless has been in use since 2008, there are still many pubs and bars that were unable to implement this technology (First…

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  • Why I Need A Budget Essay

    Throughout grade school it was drilled into us the importance in learning how to save and the need to create a budget to assure one’s future. Like, most teenagers we discarded the idea of needing a budget and spent as much as possible on unnecessary luxuries. They say knowledge is power, so that means that budgeting can help assist in creating that knowledge. When your able to create a true budget, you are able to force yourself to see what your expenses are. Creating a budget line allows one…

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  • Why Should College Athletes Be Paid?

    The National Collegiate Athletic Association also know as the NCAA is a multi-billion dollar business that controls just about everything in college sports. A question asked over and over again when talking about college sports is, where does that money go that the NCAA makes from games and merchandise? According to the NCAA, the money they make goes into the scholarships the school 's offers, stadium upgrades, gear the athletes have, and getting the best coaches to get them into the…

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  • Two Most Common Reasons Why People Get In Debt

    car loans, student loans, and having a baby are all situations that can drive people to the overwhelming doom of debt. Debt is mostly overlooked for the simple reason that people find it normal to have certain types of debt like car and mortgage payments. Debt is sometimes very difficult to escape, especially if one does not manage money wisely. Two of the most common reasons many people get in debt is because they do not save money for unforeseen expenses, or because they tend to live beyond…

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