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Five procedures to develop small business cash flow
posted by: Mark Robinson @ Wed Aug 27, 2014 3:53 pm
There’s a cause they say cash is royal: it retains your business flooded and fund development. Several small businesses concentrate on revenue, but cash flow: how much cash is rolling in and out of the business and when is just as vital. Actually, sometimes businesses go to ruin as cash hasn’t originated in rapidly sufficient to meet their bills, even though generally they’re building a profit. There are five simple procedures for developing your cash flow.

Identify where you stand:

Initially, you have to do a cashflow forecast to obtain ...
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Financial Instruments for Lease(BG/SBLC/MTN)
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Make easily $1-5K monthly by promoting online
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Business and Investing Tips From an Ex-Mob Boss
posted by: Redtea @ Tue Aug 26, 2014 9:07 pm
I'm like any other man. All I do is supply a demand. -- Al Capone

Stay away from mafia types. They're a scary bunch. Better to gut your IRA or approach a pesky in-law if you need a loan. But if you're looking for a great meal at a great price, it makes good sense to know where the mob goes to eat.

Savvy law-abiding residents in some big U.S. cities-- New York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago, to name only a few - are clued in to particular local restaurants where they can get a great meal at a fabulous price. Sure, they might pick up some ...
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Can stock certificates be converted without handing them in?
posted by: Coleguita @ Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:44 pm
I have some stock certificates that have no holes, no markings, no signatures on front or back... basically pristine, with the name of the owner printed on them. Is there any chance at all that these certificates were once converted to book-entry form? Is there any law that says paper certificates must be signed and mailed or handed in to the transfer agent / brokerage in order to be converted to book-entry (electronic) form?
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Information about interest rates
posted by: joseoscarsanchez @ Tue Aug 26, 2014 4:27 pm
Hi!
My wife is studying accounting and I'm trying to help her find information about the current interest rates of the following:

US Treasury Bill, Certificate of Deposits, Commercial Loans, Corporate Bonds an Common Stocks.

I've been looking all over the internet but with no success at all!

Please, let me know where can I find this information.

Thanks a lot!
Oscar
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Taking over parents finances, need peoples thoughts...
posted by: squarpeg @ Tue Aug 26, 2014 3:02 pm
My father is 86. My mother is 80 and has Alzheimer. They currently live independently but are beginning to struggle. This is their financial situation.

He has $340,000 in a plain Jane brokerage account.
He has $130,000 in his IRA
My mother has $130,00 in her IRA

All the above money is in about 25 large cap stocks, fairly diversified.

They own the home they are in free and clear . value about $300,000

They have $24,000 yr from social security.
He is currently drawing down about $35,000 out of the IRA's each year to live on, unfort...
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Pay off mortgage or wait for market?
posted by: thebaaron @ Tue Aug 26, 2014 1:47 am
Hello,

First post!

I recently came into some inheritance that I could use to pay off my mortgage. I could also invest it but I'm INCREDIBLY hesitant to invest while the market is at all time highs. If there is any major correction, I stand to lose a lot.

My interest on the home loan is 4.5%. Paying that off now, I could start to invest $2k each month which could spread my risk going forward.

Any thoughts on what I should do? Until then, the money is in savings and I'm paying $1k a month in mortgage interest.

Thanks all!
-B
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Truck or Cash Option
posted by: bigb3434 @ Tue Aug 26, 2014 12:32 am
I recently won a truck at a raffle in Maryland state and they are offering me 17,500 in cash or I could take the truck valued at 23,500. I don't really need the truck so I was going to try and sell it but would it be better to take the cash?

Thank you
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