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176. Growing Your Business in a Safe Way
August 30, 2017


Growth is an important aspect of most modern businesses. Sadly, it is not always possible for all businesses to grow when they should. This usually comes down to financial concerns from the business owners. If this sounds familiar to you, then you need to take action. When clients are not paying for services that you have completed, for example, it can wind up holding back the future of your establishment. This is why invoice factoring companies in Kennesaw, GA, make for a wonderful solution to your problems. Factoring is a popular financial move that many businesses are taking advantage ... (read more)

Author: Kevin Smith

177. US Expat Tax Returns - Meet the American Tax Returns Requirements While Taking Professional Assista
August 30, 2017


If you are living and working in UK and you are an US citizen, then you should always know how to file US taxes from the UK. It’s very important and you shouldn’t overlook this aspect if you really want to get the benefits that every tax payer enjoys. No matter where you live and work, if you are a citizen to US, then you should always know the processes associated with US Tax Returns Preparation. There are many professional agencies these days offering services and helping expats for US tax returns preparation. When you hire such a professional service provider who has already spent several y... (read more)

Author: John Mash

178. A Checklist for closing your Home Loan
August 29, 2017


As someone has said somewhere that Home is the biggest assets for a person, but also it is his/her biggest liability. Whenever, someone has been able to close his/her loan account s/he feels very relieved and also happy. Now the home is his/ her own. Owning a house free of debt is one of the cherished desires of all of us. Home sweet home, we say. However, this happiness will remain always with us if we have not forgotten to take certain essential steps while repaying our home loan in full and thereby closing the home loan account. Not taking these steps may turn our happiness into nightmare.... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

179. Portfolio Diversification: 6 ways how "Not to break the eggs"
August 29, 2017


“Do not put all your eggs in one basket” is an idiom which we picked up at school while familiarizing ourselves with the subtleties of the English language. Some amongst us have learnt it the hard way though, when they have inadvertently dropped a basket full of eggs. The result eventually is a mess, monetarily, physically and visually. So what is the remedy? Obviously it is simply by dividing the eggs and keeping them in separate baskets. In the financial world a lot of investors follow a path to the contrary. They fail to heed this time-tested idiom. Their fate is the same as that of br... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

180. US Expat Tax Returns - Meet the American Tax Returns Requirements While Taking Professional Assista
August 28, 2017


When we are talking about the US Expat tax returns, we need to analyze a few important factors associated with this topic. There are some important aspects associated with this topic that are most of the time overlooked by the US people who use to live overseas. Things such as deadlines, filing the requirements, and the important deductions as well as exclusions which are the most known aspects are also overlooked sometime. And when it’s all about American tax returns, how we can miss the importance of Social Security? There are many expats who really forget about the payment associated ... (read more)

Author: John Mash

181. How to transform mis-buying/selling into a smart buying?
August 27, 2017


Are you completely satisfied with the financial products you have bought or investments sold to you? If your answer is No, is it because of mis-selling or mis-buying? Mis-selling means that you were given unsuitable advice, the risks were not explained to you or you were not given the information you needed, and ended up with a product that is not right for you while mis-buying means buyers’ sheer ignorance towards the details and intricacy of the financial product. There is this one example where one retiree and his wife went to financial planner to review their investment portfolio... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

182. How to savemore tax by Creating a HUF?
August 26, 2017


Once, our venerable Finance Minister, Mr. M Chidambaram, has said, “Left to God, even he will not like to pay Income Tax”. Though as a responsible citizen of our country, we should pay our income taxes on time and should not avoid paying it. However, if the Income Tax Act, 1961 provides legal opportunities to save Income tax, it will not be prudent if you are not taking benefits of such provisions. HUF is an entity, which has been given certain exemptions, quite similar to an Individual by the IT Act. If you are a born Hindu or a Sikh or a Buddhist or a Jain, you can take benefit of thes... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

183. How will Brexit affect mortgages?
August 23, 2017


Is Brexit good or bad for your mortgage? Can we expect a resurgent housing market, or will there be a housing market crash? Homeowners are getting advice on all fronts, in this article we look at the speculation and different expert opinions. Brexit - it’s just over a year ago that, for better or worse, the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union and strike out on its own. The knock-on effects have been many, including the resignation of one prime minister, and a snap election failing to secure a majority for another. Everything will be affected, mortgages included. I... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

184. The Future of Mortgages is Digital
August 23, 2017


Financial Technology (FinTech) is a fast-growing industry, and part of the movement set to dramatically improve our lives. It is already making managing funds, transferring money, and now even arranging mortgages easier, more transparent and economical. Whether traditional mortgage brokers are ready for it or not, the future of the mortgage industry is digital. The smartphone or tablet you’re probably reading this on means that you’re no stranger to digital disruption. Apps and on-demand services have certainly changed our lives for the better, improving efficiencies, costs and customer e... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

185. How much can remortgaging save you in the long term?
August 23, 2017


Are you stuck paying over the odds for a fixed-rate mortgage? Or perhaps you’d like to refinance your property as you near the end of your mortgage? Switching mortgages could be the right option for you. Let’s take a look at some good and bad reasons to remortgage your home and see what options are available to you. Mortgages are very often the largest and most significant financial commitment of a person’s life. They involve incredible sums of money and can take decades to pay off. As such, they are subject to the woes of interest rates, economies, and other forces. Tweaking them ... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

186. When should I remortgage? and why?
August 23, 2017


Remortgaging might be the right path for you, especially if you are looking to cut your monthly repayments, pay off other debts, or reduce the term of your mortgage. Let’s take a look at what lies ahead for you if are thinking about changing up your mortgage lender. Remortgaging a property is never a decision to be taken lightly. Sure, it can have a host of benefits, including provision of access to cheap capital, but it doesn’t help to forget the risks. It is, after all, the process of changing one lender for another. And the grass will always look greener when you feel that your current... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

187. What do changing interest rates mean for my mortgage?
August 23, 2017


Like the British weather, interest rates are unpredictable, uncontrollable, and affect our daily lives. Depending on what the Bank of England decides, interest rates can increase or decrease our monthly variable rate mortgage payments (and therefore affect the quality of our lives). While interest rates are currently very low, they will not stay that way forever. We’re going through an unpredictable patch in the U.K. right now, so is it time to get out our brollies, or put on our shades? Currently, the Bank of England’s (BoE) Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) is keeping interest rates at a ... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

188. What does overpaying my mortgage mean for me?
August 23, 2017


As a homeowner, it is possible to save on your mortgage repayments, but first you have to take some very important things into consideration. Mortgages have something of an endless - or ‘to the end’ - quality about them, don’t they? Whether or not that’s because the word stem mirrors that of the Latin and Old French word for death, or because they involve a seemingly endless amount of debt, we don’t know. That remains one for the boffins to fight over. The thing we do know is that, very often, homeowners could be saving on what they are currently paying. Sometimes, it is possible to ... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

189. 4 of The Cheapest Up-And-Coming Areas to Buy Outside London
August 23, 2017


London is an expensive capital city, and many homeowners seeking to upgrade their properties have to look outside the city to find an affordable new home. But where should you look? Let’s take a look at 4 of the best options out there for new buyers. Looking to buy? And your first time? Well, unless you’ve just landed in the giant’s goose’s nest and found it overflowing with golden eggs, it’s quite unlikely that you’ll be looking to London as a moving option any time soon. After all, prices in the capital are high. The average price for a terraced house was in excess of £600,000 in 2... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

190. How to bequeath wealth to our legal heirs using nomination, joint accounts and will?
August 22, 2017


Writing and Registering a Will is the best Option The best way to pass on one’s wealth after death is to write and register a Will in favour of those persons whom one would like to get the estate. Also Have Joint Accounts However, other than writing and registering a Will, there are other ways to pass on the wealth without any hassles is by having joint accounts with the person whom you want to pass on the wealth (namely, one’s spouse). Joint accounts are more hassle free even compared to a Will. On the death of the person, the estate automatically passes on to the survivi... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

191. Market Watch: House Price Growth Reaches New Five-Year Low
August 22, 2017


When you’re thinking of buying a new property, it’s a very good idea to keep your eye on housing market trends. In this article, the Cosy Unicorn team examines the falling house price growth rate in London and all across the country. If you are new to property hunting, or haven’t yet got your foot on the ladder, you could be forgiven for thinking that house prices are still growing as rapidly as ever - there has been steady growth since June 2009, after all. But that is not the case. Recently, house price growth has slowed considerably all across the country. In London -- the unoffic... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

192. 3 Things You Need to Know About Buying a Home
August 22, 2017


They say that buying a house is one of the most stressful times of your life. And it’s no surprise, there’s a lot of money on the line, a mountain of obligations, and delicate chain of events which all have to fall in line perfectly. However, if you’re well prepared, and you know what to expect you can certainly reduce the pressure on yourself. Here we have compiled a summary of the things you should be aware of when buying a home. 1. What to do when making an offer on a new house It goes without saying that you should do your research before making an offer on a property, even if ... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

193. How could video mortgage applications make a difference to me?
August 22, 2017


We’re at the beginning of the on-demand economy, apps and services like Uber, Airbnb, Netflix, and many others allow us to instantly order products services directly from our smartphones, wherever we are in the world. They save us time, offer convenience, and do away with unnecessary expenses. Up to now financial services have lagged behind, but we’re beginning to see a new world of fintech - and video mortgage applications are another step in the digital direction. In May of this year, in the U.K., there were 65,202 mortgage approvals, according to Trading Economics. Imagine, just for ... (read more)

Author: Akosa Melifonwu

194. How do we overcome the Current Economic Downturn: 7 Meaningful Steps!!!
August 22, 2017


After the recent announcement by the venerable Reserve Bank of India, about the consecutive 14 quarters fall of our nation’s GDP to 4.4% from a whopping 8.9%, it is time to think how are we going to protect ourselves financially from this economic harsh winter? Most Indians have never faced a harsh winter all their life as very few parts of this country actually have a harsh winter. Step 1: Protect Your Job It is fact that Indian economy has gone in to recession with the consequence of lesser job opportunities and downsizing. One of the latest India Today story tells about a horror p... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

195. Insurance Is An Essential Investment For Your Expat Business
August 21, 2017


When you have only recently moved to pastures new, and when those pastures new are overseas – somewhere like Spain or Portugal – it should go without saying that anything that could help to relieve your day-to-day stress could be well worth investigating. Such is the case with Ibex Insurance Services’ renowned business Insurance In Portugal or Spain. It may not be a service area of ours that we have discussed extensively on the Ibex blog, but it is still a very good-value one, in more ways than one. What can you expect from our business insurance? At Ibex, we believe when you... (read more)

Author: Smith Lara

196. 5 Golden Rules to get the maximum out of your Credit card
August 20, 2017


Do you know, a recent study in India says that people in the income group of Rs3, 00, 000 p.a. and below the age of 35 have between on an average 3 to 4 credit cards, between 35 and 40 years 3 credit cards, between 41 and 50 years 1 to 2 credit cards, and above 51 1 credit card. It also says that those who own more credit cards are more in debt compared to others. And they pay interest rates between 18 to 36 per cent per annum. Literally paying through the nose!!! Will anyone tell such people as financially responsible? We will rate them as financially foolish!!! When lending rates ... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

197. How to be financially fit?
August 18, 2017


Would like to be a Fit Person or be Rich? On the face of it the above question may appear to you as contradictory. You may feel that I am putting yourself into a corner and asking you to make a choice between remaining fit but not rich or vice versa. If you have got in this way, you have got me wrong!!! You can be fit as well as be rich too!!! Why do not remain fit once we cross the age of thirty? The answer is simple that we eat consciously and do follow an exercise regime. However, many people cannot do any one of the above. They eat insensibly and also do not exercise. The re... (read more)

Author: Ramalingam K

198. How a Claims Adviser Helps with Insurance Claims
August 18, 2017


Are you needing to make an insurance claim? If you were in an accident, a loved one passed away, or you were in an incident that caused you to become disabled, dealing with an insurance company may be a part of your reality. No one wants to spend their time thinking about insurance claims, but you may have no other choice. Whether we are talking about life insurance claims or a disability claim, you will need to sort through a lot of paperwork before you can even begin communicating with your insurance company. We believe that the best approach to getting a good result from an insurance c... (read more)

Author: Edmund Brunetti

199. Avoid These Mistakes While Hiring a CPA Firm
August 18, 2017


Small businesses and startups often have a hard time selecting between CPA firms. After all, the lack of experience is a factor that cannot be ignored. Given the diverse needs of contemporary businesses, it makes no sense to hire a full-time accountant, when outsourcing is much more affordable and efficient. The accounting process, regardless of the business size and niche, should be as transparent and systematic, as possible. In this post, we will talk about the mistakes that small business owners often make often hiring CPA firms. 1. Focusing on wrong things. Well, all accountants... (read more)

Author: Simonds Lee

200. Technology Driving Saudi Arabia Cards and Payment Industry: Ken Research
August 18, 2017


The Cards and Payments Industry in Saudi Arabia involves check payments, payment cards, cash transactions, direct debits and credit transfers. Saudi Arabia is a cash-dominated society where cash is the preferred mode of consumer payments. Majority of the high-value transactions are shifting to electronic platforms and low-value transactions are carried out with cash. Although, the payment cards were introduced in Saudi Arabia majority of the population tend to use these cards for cash withdrawals at ATMs rather than making payments at merchant outlets. The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (S... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta



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