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MANAGING ONE’SSUPERANNUATIONFUND- the role of SMSF software

13th March 2011
It is a common practice for many to handle their own finances as the cost of hiring professionals such as auditors, accountants,or even, lawyers to undertake certain tasks is usually a bit high. Nevertheless, for an almost accurate reportage on the co... Read >
Author: Samantha Dale

Notice of Default - California Mortgage Foreclosure Laws

04th November 2010
Before a Notice of Default can be filed, the California mortgage loan foreclosure laws require that lenders comply with Civil Code section 2923.5. This California house loan foreclosure law requires the financial institution to make efforts to get in touc... Read >
Author: Michael Hanks

SMSF Software Programs

19th October 2010
SMSF is super annuation and a fund that you get to manage on your own so that you can become self dependent in the later years. Up to four people can set up a SMSF where the main aim is to become independent financially in your golden years. With four peo... Read >
Author: Sarah Mitroff

Reorganization and Liquidation

11th August 2010
Bankruptcy is an effective relief to those people and companies experiencing financial difficulties. Not surprisingly, for several years there seemed to be a stigma associated with people who filed for bankruptcy. Today, however, bankruptcy is a lot more ... Read >
Author: Brenner

Partnership agreements

11th May 2010
Contents: What is partnership? Who makes the rules? Keep it Simple; Do not get stuck in the swamp; How do I terminate my partnership agreement? What is partnership? The word partnership, both formally and informally, means a situation whe... Read >
Author: Clark_Taylor

Declaring Personal Insolvency

09th April 2010
Personal insolvency is an inability of an individual to pay of his/ her debt on time. In legal terms it is called as bankruptcy. When you are unable to pay off you debts and can not negotiate with your creditors for a alternative plan, declaring personal ... Read >
Author: Natalie Fair

Naming Backup Beneficiaries For Your IRA

16th February 2010
Choosing alternate heirs for your IRA can maximize loved one's tax benefits. Some people build more than enough assets. Even in retirement, they don't need to tap their IRA for living expenses. Such people can hold off taking money from tradtional IRAs... Read >
Author: rbuckner

The Five Percent Rule of Self Managed Superannuation Funds

26th November 2009
Self managed superannuation funds are deemed by the government to be for your retirement only. There are strict rules that will be enforced for becoming non-compliant. But that does not mean that you cannot use your fund to help your business. To ensur... Read >
Author: Mel C

State Unclaimed Money

08th October 2009
Work at Home Business through Unclaimed Money. Foreclosure Sales create Surplus Funds - that you can claim yourself!!This unclaimed money comes from tax lien or foreclosure sales.This State Unclaimed Money originates from a substitute trustee foreclosure ... Read >
Author: shawn buige

How Long Does Foreclosure Take?

22nd September 2009
In Foreclosure Power of Sale Foreclosure vs. Judicial Foreclosure, how fast can the bank foreclose? First of all, most lenders will not begin foreclosure proceedings until a borrower is 3-6 months behind on their payments. Although missing a singl... Read >
Author: John Stewart

How to Register Unregistered Land

17th September 2009
Finding the owners of unregistered land is a long and difficult task; once you have found the owners of unregistered land the next stage is to make them an offer on that land. You must also make sure you are happy that they are the owners by seeing the ti... Read >
Author: Rob Fellowman

Creating a Trust in Canada

28th July 2009
A trust is a device used to store assets and divvy them out under certain rules. Trusts contain any asset type a trustor (the person forming the trust, also referred to as grantor) chooses to put in it. Many trusts are setup with loved ones in mind, provi... Read >
Author: Kevin Johnson

Sue Your Bank for a Deficiency After a Sheriff Sale

30th June 2009
One of the greatest worries from homeowners trying to save their homes from foreclosure is that the bank will sell their property at auction and then sue them again for a deficiency judgment. While it is uncommon for banks to do this to borrowers, many st... Read >
Author: Nick Adama

Basic Concepts and Facts about Reclaim Certificate

12th January 2009
Reclaim is a performance-related promotion based on the level of qualifying redemption. The Reclaim Certificate is a voucher given to the customer free with their purchase, the full cost of the promotion being borne by the retailer. Provided the cu... Read >
Author: reclaimcertificate

Important Tips and Reminders about Your Reclaim Certificate

12th January 2009
Now the first question is: How safe is my claim? Whilst the Reclaim Certificate is used as an incentive to purchase, stringent safeguards have been developed to ensure fair play and honesty to the customer in the transmission and handling of funds. All ... Read >
Author: reclaimcertificate
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