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111: Consumer AdviceWhat is identity theft?
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information without your knowledge or consent to commit a crime, such as fraud or theft. Once they steal the information and manipulate it, iden

112: High Volume Merchant Accounts
As your business continues to grow and customers buy more goods and services, you may want to consider joining those who are applying for high volume merchant accounts. When you are approved for a hig

113: Canadian Debt Consolidation
Life throws people a number of challenges often on a daily basis and unfortunately, some of those are financial challenges. The loss of a job, an illness and many other situations can make paying off

114: The Ins and Outs of Credit Card Debt Settlement
Are you a self-confessed shopaholic who buys anything and everything that you get your shopping addicted hands on? Such thoughtless and impulsive buying will most likely result in the accumulation of

115: Achieving Financial Security in an Unreliable Economy
Financial Security is a false concept that developed in American society based on the idea that security comes from the perceived reliability of a regular or planned paycheck. Many people, believing i

116: What to Consider when Filing for Personal Bankruptcy
President Bush in April signed into law The Bankruptcy Abuse and Consumer Protection Act. This bill promises many changes to law, and will make it more difficult for the average person in financial tr

117: What You Don't Want to Know About Bad Meetings
Bad meetings are a cultural malady that senior executives pass on to new employees. Long pointless meetings are useful in that they keep incompetent people from interfering with those who are workin

118: Create Real Magic And New Customers
Do you want a small business opportunity that could create more business for you? It is a chance to sell to the government. Bring in new customers is always the number one goal of many business owners

119: Money Management For the Work At Home Mom - Auto Recovery
One of the most difficult aspects of working at home may very well be the money management. Even if you’re making great money, many people find it difficult to make ends meet when there’s

120: 7 Financial Strategies for Transitioning from Salaried to Solo
A 40’s something woman was talking to me the other day about her growing sense of frustration with “working for someone else” and her longing to “do my own thing, drive my own

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