Unbanked is a slang term used for people who do not use banks or other financial institutions and basically have no personal accounts in any of these institutions.
Tax service enabling taxpayers to file Form 1040EZ using a touch-tone phone. Provided by the Internal Revenue Service from 1997-2005, it worked by ...
Written document, prepared by a company’s management, outlining its operational and financial goals in the future, as well as the steps it wi ...
Capital Cost Allowance - CCA
A annual depreciation or deduction that can be claimed for income tax reasons on the expense of particular assets. CCA or the word capital cost all ...
Time period when a stock trades either above support, below resistance, or both. Market occurrence where the demand for a specif ...
A client information form used by registered investment advisors and other asset managers which helps in knowing the optimal portfolio mix for him ...
Why Airlines Are Vulnerable to Declines
The airline industry has always been a favorite of of bankruptcies, although several managed to recover by merging with other carriers. Despite thi ...
Unending Saga of Fear and Greed Cycle
Fear and greed are everywhere. Most of the time, it influences people negatively. In the market, majority of investors are driven by these two emot ...
Best Time to Trade the Swiss Franc
The Swiss franc is one of the major currencies in the world today. Many forex traders speculate on its strength and weakness through many currency ...
Are You Ready to Retire?
Is your retirement on course? Look at the following indicators to determine if you are well prepared to retire:
Make the Most of Your Retirement Nest Egg
Many people come up with plans to reach retirement but not living through their golden years. Sure, having a sound plan goes a long way to ensure s ...
SEE FOREX TUTORIAL
Digesting Financial Statements: Long-Lasting Liabilities
Long-lived liabilities refer to obligations which are due more than a year. Some examples of long-term debt include convertible bond and capital le ...
Retirement Planning: Creating a Nest Egg
Last time, we discuss the different income sources for building a retirement fund. We shall now tackle the ways to create a retirement nest egg.
Inflation and Investments
“How does inflation affect my investments?” Most investors ask this question, particul ...
A Guide to Your Personal Income Tax: Avoid Awful Surprises
Who loves to be surprised by the Internal Revenue Services? No one (unless it is a tax refund). The federal agency has its way of shocking taxpayer ...
Macroeconomics: A Brief History
Macroeconomics is a branch of study under Economics that deals with the economy’s growth and the way it behaves. It examines nationwide pheno ...
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