When it comes to small business lending options there unfortunately is no one-size-fits-all package. Businesses must consider the pros and cons of short-term lending, investment lending, loan sizes, varying interest rates and a variety of other factors. For a first-time loan seeker, sifting through these options can become overwhelming without a little help. Ultimately, the borrower’s need is the most important factor which requires differentiating between urgency, loan size, and business maturity. Enter Dealstruck’s loan comparison options Infographic, created to help give borrowers a great starting point for understanding what options are available to them
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The costs associated with DUI or DWI. You know that a DUI can be expensive but do you really know how expensive one can be?
Everyone knows that buying a home for the first time is a huge step and responsibility, and the decision must not be taken lightly. However it seems that first time home buyers all have certain traits in common that arise when faced with different real estate situations. A quick and easy guide of what and what not to do is just the perfect solution for all property virgins out there who are just about thinking of making this life changing decision.
How would you like to start out the New Year saving money? This infographic will show you 13 different money saving tips that will help you save a combined total of $11,244.00!
These tips are simple adjustments to your daily life that will help you take control of your debt and fatten up your bank account. Tips such as bringing your lunch to work, brewing your coffee at home and washing in cold water instead of hot can save you $2,177.00. These 3 tips along with 10 more are not to be missed.
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Financial literacy is a term frequently used but rarely defined. Does it simply mean abstract knowledge of financial concepts? Or is one only financially literate if they apply what they learn? The national Foundation for Credit Counseling took the behavioral view in its 2012 Consumer Financial Literacy Survey, looking at not just what people know, but what they actually do. We’ve visualized the key findings of this survey below. How do you stack up?