The important tips about filing for bankruptcy

The important tips about filing for bankruptcy

Before declaring bankruptcy, you should consider alternatives if possible. In the period 1998 to 2010, bankruptcy has doubled. Filing for ...

Why you should choose a debt relief program during financial difficulties

Why you should choose a debt relief program during financial difficulties

Sometimes people can earn a lot of money but can't keep them. If you make pots of money, but if ...

Commodity futures trading: what is this?

Commodity futures trading: what is this?

Commodity futures trading offers great potential reward, and in many ways less complicated than trading stocks. Here is an overview ...

How to begin smart investing

How to begin smart investing

Beginning as a conservative investor and make low-risk investments is a good way to start smart investing. You can probably ...

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Thanks to technological progress, stock and Forex trading has become much easier nowadays. With such a facility at hand, online trading has helped many people to make investments without encountering difficulties faced by traders a few decades ago. In addition, access to various online resources helps understand the vital functions of trading. Yet simple Web resources are not sufficient to equip you with all the nuances regarding effective strategies and long-term profits. Therefore, it is particularly important for you to undergo formal investor training to learn to trade the market and become a successful investor.

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Rethinking the proton center investment

The Midwest’s first proton beam cancer therapy center is closing its doors amid ongoing efficacy questions and financial struggles. This and other developments should leave health systems considering investing in proton therapy treading cautiously – but not ruling it out altogether.

On the advice of an outside review committee, Indiana University Health is closing its proton therapy center early next year, once the current roster of patients have completed treatment.

IU Health’s proton therapy center was the nation’s third proton treatment facility and the Midwest’s first when it opened in 2004. It offere

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Most of us enjoy eating out, some of us do it more often than others. Personally, I eat out a lot because it helps me save a lot of time. Even though I save a lot of time, I do end up spending quite a lot of money each month just on restaurant expenses. Thats why its important to use the right credit card for your restaurant purchases. There are several rewards credit cards that offer great rebates or rewards on restaurant purchases. But there is one card that takes the cake with its special program that offers additional rewards on certain dining purchases. Here, well take a look at that card as well as some of the other best credit cards for eating out.

My top ranked card for restaurant purchases is Chase Sapphire Preferred. This card has a special dining rewards program running through 2014 called First Friday℠ Favorites. This program offers cardholders 3 points per $1 spent on dining on the first Friday of each month. C

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New green innovation fund targets farmers

The venture capital fund, with an initial £8 million of investment, is aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that are pioneering solutions to some of the problems currently facing farming, from water resource efficiency to pest control.

The Agri-Innovation Venture Capital Fund is Anglo-Japanese and the first of its kind in the UK. It formed from a partnership between Norwich-based investment and consultancy group, Adapt Low Carbon Group, and the Japanese commercial investment firm, Tsukuba Technology Seed Co Ltd (TTS). The two organisations have been partnered since 2012.

Low Carbon Innovation FundAdapt, a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of East Anglia, also manages the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF). The £20 million LCIF launched in 2010 to run until 2015. It has so far invested over £11 million alongside £31 million in private co-investment.

The first stage of the new fund will see some of the LCIF funding, alongside current TTS funds, diverted into agricultural technology. The se Read all post…

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Why I voluntarily slashed my salary

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In January 2007, I wrote an article about being recently divorced, helping to support a disabled adult child and working toward a university degree in my late 40s. “Surviving (and thriving) on $12,000 a year” went viral as readers (including J.D. Roth) demanded to know how, exactly, I could do that.

This post generated more reaction than any other article published that year. The editor kept asking for more, and within eight months I was writing for MSN Money full-time.

Oh, the irony: Having barely enough to get by turned into a decently paid job. (Which was just as well, since I had legal debt from the protracted divorce.)

On September 11, 2013, Microsoft laid off all its writers. A couple of hours later I’d lined up more work – but not much of it. Having spent 10 years on a dead run, I decided to give myself the gift of slowing down. Translation: At age 55, I voluntarily cut my salary by nearly 58 percent.

Between the MSN gig and a couple of others, I’d been looking at earning at least $85,000 (probably more) in 2013. Not bad f

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The 1% rule for rental properties basically states that for a property to be a ‘good’ investment as a rental the rent should be at least 1% of the property cost.   For example if a property costs $100,000 then the rent should be $1,000 a month or more for the numbers to work in your favor.

I would have thought I would have written about this more than I have.   I mentioned it in a way in a post back in 2008 How to value rental property prices.   But then I referred to a 100 x rent price rule, rather than calling it the “1% rule”.

I can’t seem to find any detail on the origins of the 1% rule.  I don’t know who came up with the rule of thumb or how they figured the 1% number.   When

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It’s been a good first half for U.S. dividend investors. U.S. listed common stocks increased their dividend payment $11.2 Billion in the second quarter of 2011, compared to the $19.0 Billion increase in the first quarter. The decrease is more a result of the great first quarter, than a disappointing second one. For the first half of 2011, the dividend increase of $30.2 Billion already surpasses all of 2010, which had a $26.5 Billion increase. The net result is that if you look at dividends as your pay check, you received a 4.1% increase in the second quarter, and an 11.1% first half of 2011 increase (4.1% for Q2 and 6.7% Q1). S&P 500 investors also received a 4.1% increase, but did better in the first quarter (7.4%) to end up with an 11.9% first half year increase. Dividend decreases continued to decline, with only 21 issues doing so in the second quarter compared to 30 in the first quarter (vs. 34 in Q2,’10 vs. 250 in Q2,’09). Increases declined to 444 in Q2,’11 from a very active and positive 510 in the first quarter (vs. 335 in Q2,’10 vs. 233 in Q2,’09). The dividen Read all post…

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