Things Banks and Other Lenders Won’t Tell You (Part 03) The Value Of A Bank Package

Learn about the importance of a professionally prepared bank package to get the funds you need from personal debt consolidation to large-scale commercial mortgage financing.

Things Banks & Other Lenders Won’t Tell You (Part04) The Dangers Of Shopping Lenders

Learn what few people know about shopping lenders and how it can kill your deal.

Things Banks & Other Lenders Won’t Tell You (Part02) How Lenders View Borrowers & Projects

This article will help you understand lender mentality, how they view borrowers and projects for financing.

How to Finance Your Assets

Whenever you require some kind of asset or business equipments for the smooth running of your business you have two options before you. Either you can make an outright purchase or you can hire purchase the required asset. It is up you to weigh up the benefits and disadvantages of both the options and then decide.

Things Banks And Other Lenders Won’t Tell You (Part 01) Financial Statements And Financing

If you don’t know how to REALLY crunch the numbers to determine your balance sheet and income statement this simple article will help you. It also covers the reasons why people fail to get consolidation loans from lenders and offers some tips…

Understanding The APR Conundrum

The APR or Annual Percentage Rate was introduced by the Government to make it easier to compare the true cost of loans, mortgages, overdrafts, etc and enable consumers to see at a glance who was offering the best rates. Sadly, many of the financial institutions in the market place seem to have differing views on the exact makeup of the APR, often resulting in inaccurate data being presented.

Bank Of England Minutes Confirm Housing Market Not Responding To Rate Rises

The Bank of England yesterday released the notes from the latest regular meeting to discuss interest rates. While it was confirmed that all nine members had voted to keep rates pegged at the current rate of five percent, this stance may change after data released yesterday.

When Should We Begin Teaching Our Children About Finance

As our children grow older and begin to take more of an interest in what is going on around them, when should we begin teaching them about personal finance? This is a question which crops up time and time again, with many differing views.

Funding Mistakes? No Problem!

If you are just starting a business or buying an established one, you are prone to commit certain funding mistakes. After all, to err is human. It’s possible, however, that these mistakes can cause all your efforts to go to waste. It’s better to know about such common mistakes and rectify them quickly, or better yet, not make them at all.

Handling and Understanding Interest Rates

A few months after someone signs into the credit card service, the interest charges start increasing without anybody informing the clients

Are the Banks Moving the Goal Posts?

After the much highlighted government investigation into credit card charges, and the resulting guidelines, which caused an immediate reduction in profits for the financial institutions, they are starting to hit back.

How to Acquire Funds for Your Startup Business: A Guide to Business Financing Options

One of the most difficult issues for any business, especially a small business or startup, is how to raise funds for projects. You may not be able to fund a business from your savings or friends’ help alone. To that end, many organizations, banks, venture capitalists and government organizations provide funds to businesses that have the potential to turn into something big.

Things To Consider When Choosing A Finance Company

There are so many things to consider when it comes to choosing a finance company. Finance companies usually provide leasing or hire purchase contracts to the small and other business owners. There are several types of finance companies in the market.

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