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New Car Loans How Much Can You Afford To Borrow?
Before you start car shopping, first figure out what you can afford for a car payment. Look at your budget, research auto loans, and investigate lenders. Once armed with this information, you can choose a car that you can both enjoy and afford. Expense Of A Car According to the FCIC, a car payment should be less than 20% of your after living expenses budget. While this is a good number to start with, you will want to look at your own budget numbers. Be sure to include o...

The Importance Of A Good Forex Or Stock Broker
A Forex or Stock broker in the world of finance will be a great asset to you. The ramifications of brokerage are many, but the central concern of every good house is the service it provides its customers. Not just its rich customers, either. Read the ads. Analyze the educational and promotional literature brokerage houses are putting out, and you will see that much of it is directed at the small investor. Have no fear that you will get a cold eye or a second-class treat...

Putting your estate in order
Put Your Estate in Order For business owners, an effective estate plan addresses a number of concerns over and above the desire to care for surviving family members. Control over who will run the business, conservation of the owner's assets in the face of legal expenses and taxes, and the liquidity to pay estate taxes due shortly after death are just some of the most pressing issues. For the sake of their heirs, business owners should plan for the orderly transfer of their wealth including their business interests well in advance. Prepare for Estate Taxes Depending on the value of business and personal assets at the time of death, the law may require that estate taxes be paid on the value of the business. If there is not enough cash on hand, heirs may have no choice but to sell the business prematurely or for less than the real value. Some business owners use an irrevocable life insurance trust to purchase policies on their life, collect any death benefits, and distribute the money according to prearranged terms. The proceeds can be used to pay any estate taxes due, so heirs are not forced to sell a business, property, or other assets they would prefer to keep in t


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