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Common RV Loan Calculator Mistakes

07th February 2012
All RV buyers must review their financial circumstances before looking for RV’s using a RV loan calculator. This tends to establish the basis for making good personal decisions during the RV buying process. A strong idea of what is actually easily afforda... Read >
Author: Shelby McCarthy

When does Adultery Bar the Right to Spousal Support in Virginia?

16th November 2011
In Virginia, a spouse is often entitled to spousal support when the other spouse makes significantly more gross income. A rule of thumb is that if one spouse makes 70% or more of the amount earned by the other spouse, there is generally no spousal su... Read >
Author: Marilyn Ann Solomon

Why do Cheap Sunglasses appear?

02nd July 2010
For any internet user, if one keys in the phrase Oakley sunglasses, he many get thousands of results, of which, items like cheap sunglasses, cheap designer sunglasses and cheap Oakley sunglasses are very striking. People may ask, famous as these brands ar... Read >
Author: DerikBriany

Debt To Income Ratios For Mortgages

17th June 2010
Debt to Income Ratios, often referred to as "DTI's", are a key calculation used in the refinance, debt consolidation, and purchase mortgage application process. A debt to income ratio is arrived at by dividing your monthly debt payments by your pre-tax in... Read >
Author: Dane Pearson

Estate Planning – Major Aspects of Personal Finance Management

09th November 2009
Appropriate estate planning can only be possible with proper appreciation of the major aspects involved in personal finance management process. Efficient estate planning attorney makes it a point realizing these aspects perfectly while making the plan. ... Read >
Author: michael russell

Married but Filing Bankruptcy Individually

01st July 2009
One of the trickier issues in filing an individual bankruptcy is how to handle the situation in which the debtor is married, but his or her petition is individual as opposed to joint, i.e. the spouse does not join in the bankruptcy filing. Of particular i... Read >
Author: David Romito

How Much Do MBA Graduates Make?

04th June 2009
The MBA or Masters of Business Administration is widely viewed as a ticket to a high salary job whether on Wall Street or in Corporate America. There are obviously many variables that contribute to high MBA earnings including the school attended, the fiel... Read >
Author: Robert Levin

New Loan Modification Guidelines: The Standard Waterfall

13th March 2009
It used to be a prelude to foreclosure when a homeowner fell behind on the mortgage payment. Lenders had no consistent set of guidelines on what to do when a borrower defaults, so they usually tacked the missed payments plus late fees onto the principal o... Read >
Author: Lindsy Emery

The US Trustee's role in a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy case

03rd March 2009
Ok. You're considering filing for bankruptcy relief under Chapter 7 of the bankruptcy code. You may have heard about the 'means test' and how the US Trustee can file motions or complaints under Section 707(b) to dismiss a case or force it to be converted ... 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

ELSS – Secret of Tax Saving with Mutual Fund Investments.

16th January 2009
As the name suggests ELSS (equity linked savings scheme), invests primarily in equity shares of companies. As per financial regulations, the scheme Fund manager has to invest 80% of the total amount in the equity shares and the remaining 20% per cent can ... Read >
Author: Ryan Crown

What Is The Definition Of Cap Rate, And Why Does It Matter?

18th June 2006
In commercial real estate, cap rate, or capitalization rate, is used to determine the values of income producing properties such as apartments of five units or more, office buildings, strip malls and other such properties. The cap rate can represent extre... Read >
Author: Tony Seruga, Yolanda Seruga and Yolanda Bishop
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