3 Potential Steps To Take After A Contractor Does Poor Work

Posted on: 11 August 2017

When you hire a contractor for any project, whether it's to build a house or to make improvements to your existing home, you probably expect for the work to be done properly. However, unfortunately, this is not always the case. If you are a homeowner who has recently hired a contractor to do work for you but if you aren't happy about the work that was done, you could be wondering what you can do about it.
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Tips For Increasing Your Odds Of Being Approved For A Vehicle Loan

Posted on: 30 June 2017

Whether you are interested in buying a brand new vehicle, or a vehicle that as a few miles on it, unless you have the money to pay for it in cash and in full, you are going to need to obtain a vehicle loan. If you are a little concerned about your odds of receiving an approval, you will want to take a few moments to read through the following tips.
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5 Ways To Enhance Your Small Business Cyber Security

Posted on: 5 June 2017

Cyber-attacks can happen to anyone and to any business—regardless of size. In fact, if you own a small business, you may be at a higher risk of experiencing an attack if you lack resources dedicated to cyber security. You may feel your business is not a target because there is not much to steal. However, your small business has plenty of valuable information that criminals are looking for, like bank account information, customer and employee records, and access to your company's finances.
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Three Reasons To Consider A 15-Year Mortgage

Posted on: 29 May 2017

Too often people look at their monthly payments for a mortgage and automatically decide on a 30-year versus a 15-year mortgage. But there are good reasons to consider a 15-year mortgage. The following are three of them. If you are in your middle ages, it can help you after retirement If this is a mortgage for a new home purchase and your expected retirement age is still in a time frame that is greater than a 15-year mortgage, it may be a good fit for your retirement planning.
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