Completing A Project While Securing Your Interests - Advantages Of Surety Bonds

Posted on: 11 May 2017

Whether you're looking to expand or remodel your home or simply have a small outdoor project completed, turning to a private contractor can be a great way to get professional hands on the job. Unfortunately, if you don't have experience working with a particular firm, you may experience some anxiety over a project being properly completed or financial terms being fulfilled. If you're plagued by these doubts but want to maintain a solid relationship with your contractor, you should consider the use of a surety bond.
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3 Tips For Grading Coins At An Auction

Posted on: 21 April 2017

Adding new coins to your collection can be a great way to grow your collection while expanding its total value. Attending auctions provides you with the opportunity to bid on coins that you like. In order to ensure that the coins you bid on have maximum value, it can be beneficial to engage in an amateur grading of each coin before you bid. Here are three tips you can use when attempting to grade coins at an auction in the future.
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How To Take The First Step Towards Creating A Financial Plan

Posted on: 14 April 2017

Most people know they need a financial plan, but not too many people have any idea where to start with such a thing. It's because of the inability to start, those same people wait far longer than they should to take financial planning seriously. Here's how you can start your journey towards a real financial plan. How Do You Start a Financial Plan? A financial plan isn't just one thing. It encompasses all the ways you can turn your current financial state into the financial state you would like to have at any given point in the future.
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How To Prevent The Straw Buyer Scam With Forensic Accounting

Posted on: 11 April 2017

Abusive lending practices affects consumers, financial institutions, mortgage fraud victims, and other lenders. This results in the mortgage industry losing millions of dollars because of this type of corruption. The straw buyer scam is one of the most common types of mortgage fraud schemes. Read on to find out how to prevent this type of fraud with forensic accounting. What Is The Straw Buyer Scam? A straw borrower takes on another person's identity for mortgage purposes.
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