It is no ordinary task to establish a bank unless you have the knowledge, the determination, the drive, and above all the dynamism. But it was possible for Steve Liefschultz because he has all of it in him. An example for the youngsters in the banking field, he is popular as the founder of Equity Bank and the co-founder of the First Bank Florida in Naples. It is due to his leadership traits that he has won hearts even of the ones that work in his team and not to mention the customers too.
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Credit is recorded and recognized when income is earned. But the credit will become bad when the borrower fails to repay this loan within the fixed period of time.
Reasons of Bad Credit: There are a few reasons of bad credit. Why people fail to repay their loan is described below.
The first and common reason of bad credit is the loss of job. Whenever any person losses his job simultaneously his income also stopped, but expenses remain the same. In some cases it may go up.
The second reason of bad credit is the sudden death or illness. When a person becomes seriously ill, his unpaid hospital bill may turn over to collection agencies. Continue reading Reasons of Bad Credit
We said in the last article that the supercommittee is in a stalemate, in which you can not reach agreements on how to cut the huge U.S. debt. Between the proposal of either party to take 640 billion dollars in spending cuts and savings in interest rates, and 3 billion dollars that would come by ending tax breaks for business travel by air, without touching programs social rights such as Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, is not accepted in the other part.
Between the two political factions, the gap at the moment is on taxes, or on the question whether the rich Americans should participate in the sacrifice. It sounds harder than you thought some time ago. Obviously, from each of the two political parties, if time is short it is the fault of the other faction. For example, according to the Democrats to blame for the delay is attributable to the Republicans, who were not willing to accept reductions in expenditure needs to be done, and are continuing to insist on entering more than 1 trillion resulting from an increase in taxes.
Continue reading Supercommittee, we are in a stalemate, Part 2
They go directly to explore the market and deliver offers to people who could potentially be interested in obtaining a credit card. In this scenario, there are two basic types of credit card offers: those that are already approved in advance and invitations to Apply for a Credit Card.
How is it possible to receive these offers?. Generally, companies prepared lists of contacts and communicate by mail, through telemarketing, and forms on their web pages and personally, especially in certain businesses that provide these cards to operate with their own products.
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Very relevant for today the question of whether the second wave of the crisis. Many of this claim with confidence and assert that in 2011 will be the same terrible year, as 2008. To this reasoning, we must be aware of what all did this well-known crisis. The cause of the crisis were no refunds other banks, and then a chain, banks are no longer able to pay their deposits to private clients, hence the affected people.
Continue reading The second wave of the crisis. Myth or Reality?
They talk about the deficit, but what they are trying to say is debt, total debt, the entire debt, the debt built on debt, debt that feeds back the debt.
Any doubt was that ‘these wonderful years “had been based on debt?: It was necessary to reduce the deficit to indicate who would pay was due, but now sees that now, that measures to reduce reduce the growing deficit, reducing the income to repay those who must. Now, now: we do not trust Greece, or Spain, but from USA … for now.
Continue reading Santiago Nino: “The crisis is already here”
Another great piece over at CJR. This one concerns the radical changes the credit cared industry has undergone in the last thirty years. Here’s what shocked me most:
What’s more, as Harvard’s Elizabeth Warren documents, struggling borrowers have become the industry’s bread and butter. More than 75 percent of credit-card profits come from people who make minimum monthly payments. It is not too much to say that creating more such strugglers has now become a common industry goal.
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