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Different types of online gambling

Instead of going a real casino or gambling saloon, online gambling is quite common and easily accessible these days. It supplies you opportunities that having a good time and have a chance to earn some money at the same time. If you want to try some gambling websites, first you need to know which kind of gambling niche can fit you. There are different gambling websites with different concepts and methods.  [ Read More ]

When Should You Use a Forensic Accountant?

When you are engaged in any type of dispute that involves money, you should partner with a team of forensic accountants to take advantage of their expertise and guidance. Tracking the worth of your assets or the value of your estate and business should be left to the professionals who are accustomed to finding a tailor-made solution in a timely and accurate fashion. Let’s take a look at some of  [ Read More ]

First Home Owners Grant WA

A First Home Owners’ Grant can be a confusing thing for those approaching it from the outside. Many don’t fully understand why the First Home Owners’ Grant was instituted in the first place. The Grant was created in the year 2000. The primary goal is to offset the GST, or Goods and Services Tax. This allows individuals who are purchasing a home from a lower position of financial status to  [ Read More ]

If you are someone that is worried about your family dealing with the circumstances that would arise should you pass away, you may want to look into life insurance packages. Life insurance ensures that your family will have some monetary help, should you unexpectedly passed away. This is incredibly important for families in which one parent earns in income, and another parent takes care of the children. You want to  [ Read More ]

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke took to the podium to answer reporters’ questions about the Federal Open Market Committee’s latest announcement. Here are the big takeaways. 1. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is really, really worried about the “fiscal cliff.” Asked if he felt the risks to the economy over the expiration of the Bush-era tax cuts and automatic budget cuts set to take effect Jan. 1 were overblown, Bernanke had a clear answer: No. “I don’t buy the idea that a short-term descent off the fiscal cliff would not be costly,” Bernanke said.  Pointing to declining consumer and business [...]

Buy the Car, Borrow the Bow

If you’re considering slipping the keys to a brand-new car under the tree, you have a daunting task ahead of you. Not only do you have to find the perfect car, it must be paid for, titled and insured without tipping off the object of your affection. On top of that, you somehow have to get it home late on Christmas Eve with a big red bow mounted on the roof. Advertising campaigns such as Lexus’s “December to Remember” have helped drive both holiday sales and car gifting in general. Lexus started the campaign in 1998 and has turned December [...]

Last week’s upward revision of the official estimate of GDP growth raises an intriguing question: Could the economy actually survive a fall off the fiscal cliff? It’s a question worth asking since this week’s news from Washington has brought more posturing than progress on budget negotiations. Failing a deal, the package of spending cuts and tax increases due to begin on January 1 is thought certain to have a dampening effect on the economy. GDP revision shows new momentum Late last week, the Bureau of Economic Analysis issued a revised estimate of economic growth in the third quarter. The new [...]

Get Richer in a Small Town

If you’ve chosen to live in a small, Midwestern town or rural area, you probably already know the benefits of endless sky and fresh air. But did you know you could be gaining wealth faster than the 261 million residents of cities and suburbs? An analysis by USA Today shows that people living in cities and suburbs haven’t recovered earning power lost in the recession and economic slump. It cites a Bureau of Economic Analysis report that states average income per person in these areas fell 3.5% between 2007 and 2011, after adjusting for inflation. But residents of 51 small [...]

When the Duchess of Cambridge checked into the King Edward VII Hospital in London with a nasty bout of morning sickness, she didn’t have to worry about such common matters as health insurance deductibles, emergency room copayments or whether a claims examiner might balk at the three-night stay. When one is carrying a British heir to the throne, after all, one is entitled to health care fit for a king. For you though, royal treatment isn’t likely, even if you have good health insurance. Here are some of the things Her Royal Highness, the former Kate Middleton, doesn’t have to [...]

Anyone who’s had an accident or gotten a speeding ticket knows the feeling. If only you could do things over again, you’d obey the speed limit. Or yield. Or just stay home. Safeco Insurance is capitalizing on that desire with its new Rewind program, which combines driver monitoring technology with accident forgiveness. Although the program can’t turn back time or pay your traffic ticket, it can prevent a mishap from increasing your car insurance premium. It’s a free pass with conditions — a sort of car insurance parole. How Rewind works After a speeding ticket, minor violation or at-fault accident, [...]

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