Archive for March, 2016

Are You Considering a Pre Settlement Loan? Read This First!

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When a person files a personal injury lawsuit, they are often in a tough financial predicament. The injury that they sustained in the subject of their lawsuit is preventing them from working and drawing the income that they were able to make prior to their injury. The injury is probably causing significant pain and hardship, which also result in significant medical expenses. Many times, the plaintiff in a personal injury lawsuit is desperate for the cash just to keep a roof over their head and food on their table.

This is where insurance companies who are often the defendants in personal injury lawsuits want you to be; desperate to accept a settlement for less than you deserve just to have the money to survive. And this is also where services provided by a pre settlement loan company coming. When you

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A Few Things That Might Go Into A Small Business Valuation

Small business valuation methods

What should be our willingness to pay for something? If you ask this question around a person with a head for finance or economics, they will almost immediately rattle off an “It depends.”
“On what?” you’re probably thinking. Well, a lot of things. But you’re reading this article because you are considering buying a small business. Below are a few things your willingness to pay for said small business should depend on:
1. The business valuation formula you’re using.
Just like you would never build something without plans, you should never buy something without some sort of business valuation principle backing up your thinking. Busines

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5 Culprits Behind an Overstated Business Valuation

Business valuation software

When a business owner is selling their business, the valuation is the most important factor in the equation. A company’s valuation is based on the businesses earning power and risk assessment, the assets that they own, and the value given in comparable transactions. Since many of the factors included in the business valuation analysis, such as the earning power and the risk assessment, require some estimation to determine, there is room for overstating the business valuation. Of course, it is in the best interest of the owner for the busines

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The Benefits of an Online Trading Course

Trading systems

The stock market is a heavily underutilized source of capital for individuals in the United States today. In fact, stock ownership among American adults has significantly decreased in recent years, dropping from over half the population at 53.2% in 2007 to only 48.8% in 2013. It is a highly misunderstood concept, as well. Many people have only a vague notion of how it works, or think that only the wealthy can participate in the market. In reality, foreign exchange or currency market accounts can be opened for as little as $100, and can yield a substantial amount if properly managed. With just a little bit of education and practice, you can actually be quite successful.

If you are interested in joining the meager fraction of families who own stocks (less than 14% in 2013), you would be smart to enroll in

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