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If you are receiving structured payments, you may ask yourself “how do I sell my structured settlement for cash?” There are many different options when it comes to selling your annuity, but it pays to do your research. Whether you have lottery payments or a structured settlement, it may be a good idea to get the cash.
Think About the Options
Before you sell a structured annuity, think about all the decisions thoroughly. According to the CEO of J.G. Wentworth, selling the settlement is a great financial decision. If you decide on an immediate annuity option, you can start receiving payment (more…)
Company payroll services are hard enough for one country — let alone two! American companies that hire employees in Canada are often unprepared for Canada’s payroll and labor laws. Canada has about 190 laws regarding payroll on the books. Handling payroll in both the United States and Canada is daunting, so much so that some companies are hesitant to expand to Canada — even if the expansion would greatly benefit the company. As a result, many American companies (and companies from other countries) hire professional payroll processing companies to do all the dirty work for them!
What does this work entail? Here are just a few of the things professional comp (more…)
Businesses have enough to worry about on a day-to-day basis. One of the tasks that they shouldn’t spend much time worrying on is counting the money they have. However, counting is a serious task, and it’s more complicated than it sounds. Before the advent of fully electronic currency counter machines in the 1980s, money had to be counted by hand. As you could imagine, this took serious labor. Major money counting operations involved several people and often had to be repeated two or three times (if not more) just to safeguard against human error. This put a serious strain on businesses, banks, and other financial institutions.
Thankfully, businesses a (more…)
Choosing to invest in real estate properties is a big decision to make — and there’s a lot of terminology included in the process which might not make sense if you don’t have a lot of experience in the industry. REITs, in particular, are a complicated part of commercial real estate investing — but they’re also pretty important, so here are a few of the most common questions new investors have:
- “Should I invest in real estate?” Real estate investments are definitely a great choice if you have some extra money to invest — and also if you’re a patient person! One of the biggest advantages of real estate investing is that it’s possible to invest a small amount of money but end up with a substantial amount of money.
- “Should I invest in property for commercia (more…)
You need a change. After owning the small gift boutique for the last 10 years, you are ready to move on to another career. Owning your own business was the perfect solution when your daughter was in both middle school and high school, but now that she is off to college, the business takes too [...]
Many automobile dealerships are realizing success from working acquiring subprime auto finance leads. A credit score ranging from 500 to 600 is a subprime buyer, scores ranging from 300 to 500 are deep subprime. Statistics show that 43% of vehicle owners are financing their respective automobiles. Not utilizing the immense amount of sub prime leads [...]
Are you someone who is concerned about your financial health? If so, you are not alone. Thousands of people just like you are worried about how to make sure they are financially secure in the future. The good news is that there are so many options available to you that will increase your financial literacy [...]
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