Personal Finance : Business & Finance
Many emails have circulated regarding the so-called 1 Percent Transaction Tax. Many people have used the emails naming various major political players as supporters to incite indignation and upset. However, the reality of the 1 percent transaction tax is tamer than portrayed due to the lack of suppo
A 401k plan is regulated by the Internal Revenue Service's Section Code 401(k). Under these provisions and regulations, employers are able to set up a retirement savings account on behalf of employees. The employees are allowed to make contributions and employers can elect to add to...
As of 2010, the Canadian Goods and Services Tax (GST) is a 5% sales tax administered by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that is applied to most goods and services. Individuals may wish to contact the CRA regarding GST refunds, credits and current rates; businesses may wish to contact the CRA regardi
Government grants are financial assistance to communities, organizations, and individuals that present reasonable arguments for funding. From education to community development to low-income housing, government aid has for decades provided subsidies to improve the welfare of many American citizens.
Students who want to become ministers shouldn't have a problem finding financial assistance for their pastoral studies. That's because scholarships and grants to pay for college are plentiful for ministerial students. The best sources for free money are the churches themselves which often provide jo
Boats are an expensive asset. To protect it from any damage or loss we always try to remain careful. Inspite of that due to some perils or incidents which is not within our control it ...
A safe deposit box is a good idea for storing valuables or important documents away from your home or office. Safe deposit boxes can be rented at banks, credit unions and other financial institutions. While they aren't a 100% guarantee that your items will be safe from harm, they are generally locat
Financial trouble is hard on a family, even more so if they lose their home. Many states in the US have programs to helps families with mortgage payments to avoid foreclosure. While each state has different organizations working with such programs their are ways to find out were to go where you liv
When gold prices are high, we live in what seems to be a modern era gold rush. The only difference is that instead of heading for the hills with picks and shovels, we open up our jewelry boxes and cash in on the high price of gold. When gold is at a high price, people take advantage by selling gold
Facebook isn't just about keeping up with people. It is also great for keeping up with your favorite companies and stores. Companies are realizing the power of Facebook and using it to reach people who already love their products and attract new fans. Among the ways they do that: Giving away free co
A variety of scholarships and grants are available to former military personnel who are disabled. Some scholarships are also extended to family members of disabled veterans, such as dependent children and spouses. While national organizations offer scholarships to students throughout the United Stat
Many people receiving Social Security disability have difficulty handling their own financial affairs. Their disability may cause them a mental or physical impairment that prevents them from handling money, bills, contracts and basic communication with anyone with whom they do business. In these cas
American Express provided annuities via its IDS Insurance subsidiary for many years. On August 1, 2005, American Express spun off its insurance and investment services as Ameriprise Financial. Annuities bearing the American Express, RiverSource Life or IDS Life brand-names are now serviced via Ame
Compounding Compound Interest I've always admired Albert Einstein. After all, he was a fairly intelligent fellow. In science, he changed our understanding of light and of gravity, helped prove the existence of molecules, and explained ...
Accounting departments typically "close" the books at the end of an accounting period, usually monthly. Quarter-end and year-end closes are particularly significant because these periods also represent Securities and Exchange commission reporting deadlines for publicly traded companies. Financial re