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Selling Copper Can Give You Some Extra Money

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Many people have discovered that they can make a little extra money by selling off scrap metal. Copper is one of the more popular metals to recycle. If you have decided that you want to join all the people who are selling copper to make some extra money, you want to make sure you aren’t making any mistakes when it comes to selling it.  Do Clean the Metal You don’t have to make sure that all the copper is nice and shiny bright, but you do want to make sure that you have stripped whatever can be stripped.…

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Why You Might Need More Liquidity In Your Portfolio

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One of the challenges of investing is that you will not always be able too access the funds that you have invested. Therefore, if there is an emergency and you suddenly need to liquidate your assets, this will depend on the form that your assets are in and whether you took other steps to prepare yourself for such an emergency. Understanding Liquidity Liquidity is your ability to turn an asset into cash quickly.…

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Why Use A Payday Loan Instead Of Credit Cards For Your Holiday Shopping?

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As you are preparing to buy gifts for your loved ones this holiday season, you might be thinking about how you will pay for all of these presents. If you don’t have enough cash set aside for the holidays, you might be thinking about using your credit cards to cover the expenses. However, there is a better choice – taking out a payday advance loan. These are a few reasons why this might be a smarter choice for you this holiday season.…

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Working Toward Your MBA? Is a Career in Private Equity Right for You?

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If you’ve just begun a master’s in business administration (MBA) program, you’re likely excited about the doors this degree will open for you—but you may not yet know which door you’d like to enter. For those who enjoy the salesmanship involved in chasing deals or who have aspirations of a salary that far exceeds the median wage for MBA graduates, private equity may be the way to go. Read on to learn more about what is involved in becoming a private equity broker, as well as what you’ll need to do to achieve this potentially lucrative career.…

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Four Tips For Opening A Joint Checking Account With Your Spouse

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When young couples get married, they sometimes decide to share a checking account. If you want to share a checking account with your new spouse, it is important to sit down and have a serious discussion before doing so. The following guide walks you through a few things that you and your spouse need to discuss before getting a joint checking account. Establish Your Monthly Expenses The first thing you need to do is to discuss the amount of monthly expenses you have as a couple.…

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Cashing A Check When You Don't Have A Bank Account

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If you have a check to cash and you don’t have a bank account, then you may be wondering how you can cash it. Luckily, there are a few different ways you can go about cashing your check and this article will introduce you to some of them.   Retail stores Many retail stores will cash checks for you. This can be a convenient option, especially if you already have some shopping to do in that store.…

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Transitional Tips When Moving across Seas for Retirement

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If you have considered moving from the United States to another country, you will soon be embarking on a life in a land full of culture and beauty much different from what you are used to. Many people have realized that moving to certaom foreign countries upon their retirement is beneficial, as the cost of living is lower than that in the Western Hemisphere. Here are a few tips to consider when making the move to a foreign country from the United States for your retirement.…

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How To Refinance A Home Loan With A Chapter 13 Bankruptcy

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Refinancing your home loan allows you to save money on payments. If you are in Chapter 13 bankruptcy, it is still possible to refinance a home loan since you don’t have to sell assets as in Chapter 7 bankruptcy. However, you have to follow the rules, so you won’t get in trouble with the court. Here are tips on getting a refinance home loan under Chapter 13 bankruptcy. Check with Your Trustee…

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How To Responsibly Take Advantage Of Cash Advances

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Many people have found themselves in a situation in which they need money fast but have no way to get it. Maybe it’s the paycheck that stretches just a little too thin for the month, the expensive holiday seasons, or just a month filled with unexpected expenses. The good news is that, if you do find yourself in this situation, there are options available. One of the best is a cash advance.…

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Can You Afford Retirement And College At The Same Time?

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If you’re like many Americans, you put off marrying and having children until you were well established in your career and owned your own home. In fact, the average age of first-time childbirth rose by about 5 years from 1970 to 2013. While having a few extra years under your belt can provide you with a significant amount of financial stability early in your child’s life, you could find yourself facing involuntary downsizing or even wishing to retire right around the time your child heads off for college.…

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