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What Is Zero Debt? An Explanation And Tips For Attaining Zero Debt

12th April 2010
Zero debt is a situation that means financial freedom for an individual. Freedom from any kind of outside financing like a loan, debt, or debt consolidation; in other words it just means that the individual is free from any financial obligations to third ... Read >
Author: aertech

Unsecured Bill Consolidation Loans

11th September 2009
In order to provide you with an overview of bill consolidation loans, you need to know that when you consolidate bills to take a loan it is actually like taking a personal loans. This loan is then used to repay all of the credit card bills that have a hig... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams

Why Should A Company Produce Management Accounts?

26th March 2009
Many undersized and medium sized businesses present incredibly little knowledge on the financial position of their establishment. In some instances, a cursory check of the bank evenness describes the degree of the financial control within the commerce. Al... Read >
Author: Dorua Aneshansley

Abuse under Section 707(b) of the Bankruptcy Code - An Explanation

06th March 2009
Much has been written about the 'abuse' section of The Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act of 2005. That section, 707(b), is the one that might well be referred to as the 'teeth' in that new bankruptcy law. Practitioners and debtors wh... Read >
Author: David Romito

The Chapter 7 Bankruptcy Means Test

21st January 2009
When you file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition, the means test is applied to make sure that you really need to file bankruptcy and that you aren't "abusing" the system. That might sound confusing, but it's in most cases a simple test, and the majority of d... Read >
Author: David Romito

Importance of Managerial Accounting in Business Organisations

26th November 2008
It has been found that management accounts are invaluable when it comes to a company making important and timely management decisions about their business.It is clear that different businesses will have different management accounting needs and this will ... Read >
Author: Gill

How to Beat the Bill Collector with Sample Cease and Desist Letter

04th September 2008
Debt collectors are highly motivated to convince debtors to pay the debt because they frequently work on a low base pay plus commission. This business model has created the reputation for bill collection agencies that we know today. The collector might... Read >
Author: William E. Lewis, Jr.

Legacy Visa from First National Bank

06th July 2008
Acceptance of the card attracts fees: Legacy Visa card is commonly referred to as a "Credit Rebuilding Visa Card". This card helps in repairing ones credit score to a great extent. It may be mentioned here that even though an individual does not use th... Read >
Author: Ryan Smith

Treatment for Shopping Addiction

25th February 2006
Shopping addiction is a disorder that our culture has largely seen fit to smile upon. Feelings of emptiness, low self-esteem, insecurity, boredom, loneliness--or the pursuit of ideal image--can lead people to shopping addictions. But managing these feelin... Read >
Author: April Benson

Collecting Past Due Accounts - Things You Should Never Say

11th August 2005
COLLECTING PAST DUE ACCOUNTS: - Things You Should Never Say By Jim Finucan 2005 Tiare Publications 221 words There are a number of lines which have no place in a collections call. If you find yourself using one or more of them or something ... Read >
Author: Jim Finucan
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