Author Archives: James Paul

Living Longer than Expected and the Presidential Election

It can be a good quandary. Someone buys life insurance in case something unforeseen happens, or the inevitable and their heirs are left with a valuable asset. In today’s trying economic times, and as people live longer than previously expected, a life settlement may become the best choice for someone to live an independent lifestyle in their golden years. Life ...

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Why the New Mortgage Rules are not all Bad News for Canadian Investors

Earlier this year on July 9th, Finance Minister, Jim Flaherty announced new changes to the mortgage rules. The new measures included shortened amortization periods (30 to 25 years), lowering the maximum amount Canadians could borrow against their home when refinancing (85 to 80 percent), fixing the maximum gross debt service ratio (39 percent) and limiting government backed insured mortgages on ...

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Meet Financial Demands with Payday Loans

How to Apply for the Payday Loan

The average adult faces a whole lot of demands—demands on their time, their attention, and most of all, their wallet. You have bills to pay, people to interact with, studies to do, projects to accomplish, and the list goes on. The list of all the things you have to care about and pay attention to can start to grow longer ...

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How Crucial Are Projections When House Flipping?

House Flipping

Making good cost projections is integral to your success as a house flipper. When you don’t predict your numbers accurately, you run a major risk of loss on your investment and the loss of your investor’s money as well. For me, predicting accurate costs are so important to my house flipping business, as they predict all my profits and losses ...

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What Should You Know About Student Loan Deferments?

Student loans are often the first type of debt that many people take on. They are also next to impossible to eliminate during a bankruptcy, so they have the potential to follow a person for the rest of their lives if they’re not able to pay them off quickly. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to make payments when your income ...

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The Best Way to Sell a House Flip

No doubt, one of the most exciting parts of house flipping is selling. It’s the culmination of months of work and many house flipping steps – some which went as planned and some that didn’t. Either way all your work is finally going to pay off for you…provide you get the right price. You most likely financed the deal by ...

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