On your marks, get set, Africa!

In view of shrinking world markets and a lack of prospects in the West, Africa is increasingly becoming a business location. Africa, with all its fear and chaotic history and its struggle against social upheaval, shows a resilience and a sense of survival that we can marvel at. The International …

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What is the difference between domestic and offshore funds?

To understand the difference between domestic and offshore mutual funds, it is important to understand what these funds are. It is true that there are a number of different mutual funds available to investors, but the basic structure of a mutual fund is that it is set up by a …

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IPO of a company and prospectus

Once a company is registered, it needs to take off. This is known as a company’s IPO. It is true that after registration, a company comes into existence and can do business immediately. But a start-up company often needs to get enough capital to get off the ground. The organizers …

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Advance Loans and Truck Accident Claims

Truck-related accidents happen every day in the United States. Truck accidents can result in serious injury and even death. Many of these truck accidents are related to driver fatigue, failure to check tires and brakes, overloading, tailgating, drinking and driving, using CB or cell phone, etc. These are all considered …

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The legal structure of cooperatives

What is a cooperative in legal terms? It is an organization legally owned and controlled by the cooperative members. Members are mostly manufacturers, consumers or employees associated with the company. Cooperatives can exist in different legal forms. They may be registered and limited by warrant, stock, or partnership, or they …

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The Canadians are coming… The Canadians are coming

As the Yankee dollar continues to slide and the loonie breaks through the 90 US cent barrier For the first time since 1977, everything American – from McDonald’s hamburgers to real estate – looks damn cheap to Canadian eyes. The $US/$CAD midday rate hit 0.9032 on May 5, 2006 as …

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Reverse mortgages and HECMs – what you need to know

INTRODUCTION It’s not uncommon for homeowners approaching or reaching retirement age to need additional income, whether to cover healthcare costs, supplement their Social Security, or renovate their homes. To allow for a more comfortable lifestyle as they age, people in these situations often apply for a reverse mortgage. Unlike a …

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Home loans with every Schufa check!

If you are a borrower looking to avail a home loan, you can opt for a home loan with any Schufa check. Homeowners who are facing credit problems and looking forward to availing credit can take advantage of this offer. These loans are approved without a credit check. This form …

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