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May 15, 2020
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Investors Seeking for Apocalypse Insurance

The COVID-19 pandemic has ceased the market of the world completely and the only option left for traders is gold. Gold metal has boosted the price of other precious metals and in high demand by Canadian gold equity. According to the officials of Canadian Gold equity, people will never stop […]
May 11, 2020
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4 Essential Things to Learn from Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice

You must think that what Shakespeare has to do with the life insurance scheme? We must know the fact that Shakespeare was a wealthy person, having two homes, and a good source of income. He was recognized with his works and still, his prominence is very high.  He wrote the […]
December 5, 2019
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How To Manage Your Debt When You’re Self Employed

Being your own boss has a lot of advantages. The freedom it provides as well as the feeling of building your own dream instead of somebody else’s is very attractive. One of the downsides is that it is easy to fail when cash flow is a problem. Usually, it’s debt […]
December 3, 2019
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Great Money Saving Tips to Stay Out of Debt

Falling into debt is the fear of many businesses across the globe. Not only does it limit your company’s ability to grow and expand, but it also puts you in a position to be taken advantage of by companies that provide loans. So what can you do to ensure that […]
September 5, 2019
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Five Effective Debt Recovery Strategies

Businesses are generally about the exchange of goods and services with money or as part of a barter transaction (i.e. trading services) which occurs rarely. Many businesses allow clients and customers to pay them with credit when goods and services are provided in advance.  Effectively, this means that businesses are […]
August 16, 2019
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5 Ways to Manage Money and Get Out of Debt

When was the last time you truly felt that you were financially stable? According to statistics, Canadian households collectively have around $2 trillion dollars in debt. Most Canadians will spend more than half of their paycheck to shoulder debt payments, leaving just a fraction for their needs and other expenses. […]
August 10, 2019
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Debt Consolidation: How Does It Work?

There are a lot of things we have in common with one another as humans on this planet—the need for water and food, somewhere to sleep at night, clothes to wear. For most of us, we also need a source of income. Sadly, money does make the world turn round. […]