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Business owners urged to be careful with grant help

She went on to say sometimes after paying a substantial fee for the list; there may be one or two grants in the book the business would qualify for based on their industry. Most grants are targeted towards a specific industry or a specific demographic, so theres often very little in there that they can […]

LTG in line with expectations – Learning Technologies Group says profit for the year ended 31 December is in line with expectations after excellent EBITDA margins in the second half. Cash generation remains strong with net cash at 31 December of GBP7.0 million (2014: GBP4.4 million). The Group has no debt. The year saw the vompany continue to build […]

Turkcell Falls 1.5% Despite Spectrum Buy, Bond Success

By Dimitra DeFotis Shares of Turkish telephony provider Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri (TKC) fell¬†1.5% Tuesday¬†after it reported quarterly results and commented on the acquisition of more spectrum. The iShares MSCI Turkey ETF (TUR) also fell 1.5%. Turkcell&’s net income for the quarter was at TRY 630 million ($216.9 million) and pro forma net income excluding non-recurring […]

Is a Second Mortgage a Good Idea?

To many home buyers the idea of taking out two mortgages on the same house sounds frightening. However, a second mortgage–also known as a second trust junior lien–makes good sense in the right circumstances and can actually save you money. A second mortgage is simply a loan secured against your property as collateral. The term […]

4 Ways to Avoid Debt After Divorce

So you made it to the finish line. You are officially divorced and ready to start your new life. Welcome to your new chapter! If you are like many people, you may feel as if you’ve been put through the emotional wringer. It’s likely been a long haul that left you feeling raw and vulnerable. […]

What to know before taking an online loan to pay debt

NEW YORK — Online lenders are pitching a fast way to get rid of credit card debt: Take out one of their loans and use it to pay off the card balances. Those offers may sound tempting, but be careful, financial advisers say. Those who cant control their spending may end up in more debt […]

A Creative Cure for Holiday Spending Hangovers

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Jan. 5, 2015) – As Canadians recover from serious spending during the holiday season, many are dreading the first credit card bill of the New Year. Will they be able to pay off Happy Holiday charges? Will they have to carry a balance and accrue interest? All is not lost according to […]

Do You Need a Balance Transfer Credit Card?

Have you spent too much money during the holidays and found yourself struggling with credit card debt? Then a balance transfer credit card might be one way to help you save money while you pay off your debt. Balance transfer credit cards offer 0% APR promotional financing for a limited time on existing balances that […]

Congress Extends Tax Break for Troubled Homeowners, But Headaches Aren’t …

Those who lost their homes to foreclosure or sold them via a short sale in 2014 will hopefully breathe a little easier knowing that they may be able to avoid a huge tax bill when they file their tax returns. With the passage of the tax extenders legislation Tuesday night by the Senate, Congress has […]

Moody’s upgrades APRR’s rating to Baa2; stable outlook

London, 18 December 2014 — Moodys Investors Service has today upgraded to Baa2 from Baa3 the senior unsecured rating of Societe des Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhone (APRR). Concurrently, Moodys has upgraded to (P)Baa2 from (P)Baa3 the provisional rating on the companys EUR6 billion medium-term note (EMTN) programme. The outlook on the ratings is stable. RATINGS RATIONALE The […]

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