Month: January 2016

Sell fixed annuity
Selling a structured settlement
Selling your annuity

Beyond America’s Debt Problem Selling Your Annuity

The average U.S. household owes almost $130,000 in total debt, $15,355 of it in credit card debt, according to Nerd Wallet. The site investigated the state of debt in America in 2015 and found that over the preceding 12 years, income growth had been outpaced by the rise in the cost of living. Little wonder […]

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Tips for How to Sell Structured Settlement Payments

There are at least 37,000 people in the United States who receive annuity payments. More than $6 million is paid every year to pay for new structured settlements. If you have won the lottery or a lawsuit, you are not alone. Most employee lawsuits result in a decision for the plaintiff of for a settlement […]

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Sell your structured settlements

The Tax Secret The IRS Doesn’t Want You To Know

Unless you were hiding under a rock this winter, you surely heard about the Powerball lottery. The jackpot winnings for the January 13, 2016 Powerball lottery were a record 1.6 billion dollars. According to the Powerball lottery organization, three winning tickets were purchased this year, which still amounts to $533 million for each winning ticket. […]

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Cash for structured settlement payments
Selling your annuity

Investing Your Lottery Winnings Wisely

When someone wins the lotto or a lawsuit, it seems like they’ll never need to work again. However the key to being rich is not just having lots of money but knowing how to use it wisely. The tales of lotto winners using up their winnings in a matter of years are backed by research. […]

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Currency recyclers

How Currency Changed Human Society Forever

Bucks, clams, dough — I’m not talking about food; I’m talking about money! No matter what you call it, currency has changed the way we live. Currency gives us a standard unit with which we may denote value on goods and services — without money, pre-currency trades were often one-sided; money resolves this by ensuring […]

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