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Here are 10 ways of creating passive income!

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Having a 9 to 5 job might be luring for those who usually enjoy their own comfort zones but it can eventually prove to be monetarily insufficient. Your current job might not be able to carry the huge strain of the bills flooding in. To creating passive income and to make both ends meet, you…

How To Set Financial Goals

how to set financial goals

Whenever someone interested in investing asks me about to Set Financial Goals or how to start investing, the first question I ask is, “what are your investment objectives”? Almost 80% of them don’t know the “right” answer or they just say – earn more money. Investing without any goal is like traveling without a destination….

Why should Women learn how to manage Money?

We all know that Women are good at multi-tasking! The way women handle house and work proves the very fact! However, when it comes to managing money,  many still prefer to hand the responsibility over to men. These days, although many women are capable of generating their own income, unfortunately, they still lack the awareness about saving and investing…

Parenting your Parents – The Financial way!

You read it right. You are grown up now, working, settled, enjoying & managing your own life and finances. Hold on.. Have you thought about your parents? Are they settled financially or are they still trying to manage their finances for the rest of their life, to be precise,  their daily expenses! People are now more aware of the financial…

Economists Point Out Abnormalities As Housing Market Appears To Heal

It’s been almost a decade since the worse housing crash since the Great Depression. And while the housing market has healed in some ways, in others it’s far from normal. Single family home construction is rebounding from the trough, but still far below historical norms and the homeownership rate just keeps falling.   ROBERT SIEGEL,…

Mortgage Rates are at all time Low!

Average fixed mortgage rates dipped slightly last month (August 2016), remaining near their all-time record lows, according to the recently released Freddie Mac Primary Mortgage Market Survey® (PMMS®).   The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 3.43 percent with an average 0.5 point for the week ending August 18, 2016, down from the week of August 11, 2016,  when…

Information On Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA)

The implementation of Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (‘FATCA’), 2010 by the United States Government is one of the biggest steps taken in achieving taxpayer information mobility across nations. A manual for Automatic Exchange of Information (‘AEOI’) introduced “Common Reporting Standards” (‘CRS’) which operates on the same lines of FATCA. FATCA/CRS will have a major…

Sellers: What Every Buyer Wants to Know about Your Home

Home sellers are in an advantageous position this summer, with demand high and sales at their strongest in close to a decade. Planning to list your home in the coming weeks? Get the most for your house before the season’s up by making it accessible to buyers—with information. Every homebuyer wants to know specific aspects…

Where are the home prices heading over the next five years?

Every Quarter, Pulsenomics, an Economics Research and Consulting firm, surveys a nationwide panel of over one hundred economists, real estate experts, and investment and market strategists about where they believe prices are headed over the next five years. They then average the projections of all 100+ experts into a single number.   The results of…

Understanding Your Credit Score.

When you’re applying for a mortgage, your credit score is a major factor in whether your application will be approved and in deciding your interest rate. A higher score increases your chances of approval and a receiving a lower interest rate, but how is your score determined?     Most companies use a FICO credit…

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