If you’re about ready to sell your home, you’re likely familiar with the usual tips to stage your home for potential buyers. Things like removing clutter, improving the home’s frontal appearance, and fixing broken light fixtures are a given.
Universities are homes away from home for some of the brightest young people in the nation. They can also be home to some of the most ruthless and deceptive.
You’ve seen them near where you live and have likely shopped at one: flea markets. Typically, they’re outdoor markets where second-hand goods are bought and sold. The term is derived from a French term “marché aux puces” for a market that sells used goods that might contain fleas.
An individual that loans money to another person for an exorbitant fee is sometimes known as a “loan shark.” Unfortunately, the term is often misused to describe legal lenders that charge rates that are above what most of us think are reasonable.
If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you need to be sure you file the right kind. Not all bankruptcy is the same, and the conditions that you go through vary with each.
With international economies constantly being on a roller coaster ride and the banking world facing unprecedented failures and closures, you will naturally want to find a safe place for your money. Since the cookie jar is no longer an option, you have to look at smarter avenues that may be available.