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One way corporations and various governmental agencies raise capital for projects and activities is through bonds, a debt investment issued for a specific period of time and at a fixed interest rate. Interest is generally paid every six months. On … [Read More]
Dough Rising is the next installment in a series of financial novels described as Rich Dad Poor Dad meets Sex and the City. Rita, Marla, Jade and Lori once again find themselves wrestling with financial issues, everything from aging parents to losing … [Read More]
Here is a step-by-step guide to starting your new business. 1. Meet with an accountant experienced in business tax law to determine what type of business entity would best suit you and your business. (See the article entitled Business Entity … [Read More]
If you’re looking for a way to start your financial discussion, here are some questions to get you going. 1. What will we spend our money on? 2. What are our goals and dreams as a couple? Separately? 3. How will we prioritize these so we both … [Read More]