Monthly Archives: December 2015

What can Web Hosting Benefits do for you?

What can Web Hosting Benefits do for you?

Web hosting has a number of benefits, so lets take a look at some.

Support

The first thing that you need to look at is the support that you will be getting. If you have a problem then you will need to be able to get a hold of someone at anytime so that it is fixed. The longer that you have an issue then the more risk your website is at. If your problem is serious then your entire website could be down, which could turn visitors – Read more

How to Get a Student Loan

How to Get a Student Loan

It is never easy to pay for education and not everyone is able to cover the costs. If you need to come up with the money to pay for your education then you will need to know how to get a student loan.

Even though you want to pay for your education there is something that you will need to hear just once and that is try not to borrow anything. It is easy to get money right now, but it wont be that easy to pay it off later. Education is an investment and it is – Read more

The Payday Loan Truth

The Payday Loan Truth

Payday loan offers are everywhere, so what is a payday loan? And how do they work?

What is a Payday Loan?

Payday loans can be expensive, which means that people who use them should do with thoughtfulness and be able to pay the amount that they have borrowed back sooner rather than later. The term of these loans is quite short so the cost of borrowing is high. The borrower will usually provide the lender with a pre-dated check or debt authorization.

How Does it – Read more

Personal Loan Offers

Personal Loan Offers

Here is a look at some personal loan offers.

Lending Club

With the Lending Club you are able to get a loan amount of $10 000. The APR estimate is between 7.75% – 8.99%. The estimated repayment that you will have to make is $312.

With this loan you are able to pay down your credit card or pay them off. You have the chance to make one low monthly payment that is fixed. You are able to build credit whilst you pay down your debt and the process is easy – Read more

Paris Climate Conference: Finance Set to be Stumbling Block in Talks

Paris Climate Conference: Finance Set to be Stumbling Block in Talks

Developed nations will not put a figure on the aid that they will be giving for climate action after 2020 as per the agreement at Copenhagen 2009.

The arguing over money has started at the climate change conference in Paris. Developed countries will not be putting a figure on the money that they are willing to give for climate change after 2020. At the same time they are trying to shift some of the financial – Read more

R500m in Fines for Standard Bank

R500m in Fines for Standard Bank

It was reported that Standard Bank Group Limited will have to pay UK and US regulators $37 million, which is R532 million in fines after its global markets business, ICBC Standard Bank PLC failed to prevent bribery by two Stanbic Bank Tanzania executives.

In February of 2015, ICBC acquired 60% of Standard Bank PLC ordinary shares.

Standard Bank Group protected ICBC in terms of the sale against the cost of such resolutions and is then liable to pay – Read more

Is PayPal or a Credit Card Safer?

Is PayPal or a Credit Card Safer?

You may wonder how safe your money is. When you buy online you can choose to pay with your credit card or to pay with PayPal, but which of these are safer?

How Safe is PayPal?

PayPal says that your data is kept safe. They say that your information is encrypted to the highest level that is available commercially.

Their servers will check your browser to ensure that t uses the latest encryption technology and your data is stored on servers that are – Read more

Common Credit Card Misconceptions

Common Credit Card Misconceptions

In most cases opening a new single account will improve your credit score. This is just one of the many misconceptions that surround how credit cards work. Here is a look at some more of those misconceptions.

I Pay the Balance in Full, So I Don’t Have Any Debt

The smartest ways to use a credit card is to pay the balance off in full each month so that you don’t have to pay any interest.

This does look like that you aren’t incurring any debt, but – Read more

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