Banking

5 Things You May Not Know About Filing Bankruptcy

Filing bankruptcy is no one’s proudest moment in life.  It brings with it a whole slew of reasons to worry and brim over with obnoxious anxiety-ridden thoughts.  The best defense against such disarray of emotion is education.  
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Banks or Foreign Exchange Companies: What Is the Best Way to Transfer Funds from Overseas?

Thanks to globalization and technological advancement, the world is getting smaller and smaller every day. New opportunities are up for grabs and increased competition has made the provision of improved services in reduced prices possible. The changed landscape has made
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How Do You Know if a Rewards Checking Account is Right for You?

Nothing in life is perfect. That means with every choice you make, there are going to be pros and cons to each option you’re looking at. This is true when you’re trying to buy a home, apply to jobs and get a checking account.
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Some Benefits that ACH Payments Can Offer Businesses

It is a well-known fact that you can make payments by credit card, cash or check, but what are ACH payments? An ACH (Automated Clearing House) transaction is the process of transferring funds electronically from one bank account to another through a unique routing number, which
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Safe Transactions Can Let You Have Peace Of Mind

Business world is full of uncertainties and risks. No one can undertake commercial activities without having to bear a minimum amount of inherent risk. This is something that cannot be avoided but surely can be controlled as now you have the authorities overlooking most
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Worldcore: Global Payout Solution

In response to a question of exactly what type of business he’d start if he had limited-to-zero funds, the iconic billionaire Sir Richard Branson didn’t hesitate to proclaim that he’d start a web-based business. Of all the pieces of advice billionaires who are careful not to give
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How Does the Chinese Economy Impact Trading?

In 2009, China overtook Japan as the world’s second largest economy. The massive growth in China was spurred by agricultural and industrial industries, which account for 60% of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP). As of 2012, the GDP of China was in excess of $7 trillion.
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Bank branches of the future: how they are staying relevant in a digital age

Our increasingly digital existence means we can do pretty much anything with a secure internet connection and a bit of plastic. We can order groceries to our front door, send flowers to our mother, and transfer money within (and outside) our accounts. Online banking has virtually
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UK Economy Slows With GDP Growing By Just 0.3 Per Cent in First Quarter

There was welcome news for enthusiastic economists recently after the election regarding projected consumer confidence across Britain, but this is still overshadowed by the UK’s economy growing at its weakest rate since the end of 2012. It would seem the trade deficit has
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Forex Trading: Why Volatility Can be Your Friend

There’s no doubt that even for seasoned investors volatility can be scary. It can turn a profitable position into a loss-making one in just a matter of days or hours, so it’s no surprise that a lot of traders will religiously monitor all measures of volatility for the market that
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