Other Finance

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Other Finance Articles
    • How to File a Consumer Complaint About a Bank
      If you have a complaint about a bank or other financial institution, the Federal Reserve System might be able to help you. The Federal Reserve is responsible for carrying out many of the federal laws that protect consumers in their dealings with ...

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    • Using Ads to Shop for Home Financing: Fast Facts
      for Consumers Using Ads to Shop for Home Financing Phrases such as "effective rate," "adjustable rate," or "flexible payments" indicate that the credit terms may change. If you see any of these phrases in an ad, find out more about the credit ...

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    • Co-Signing
      Reprinted from the Staten Island Advance, Friday, September 24, 1999Page E1 It would be nice to have a friend like Terry McAuliffe. Remember him? He's the chief political fund-raiser for the Clintons and the man who personally put up $1.35 million ...

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    • Developments in Canadian Asset Securitization
      The Canadian securitization market has continued to mature in 2004. Evidence of the further development of the market included a number of new entrants into the marketplace as well as a couple of firsts from a transaction standpoint. In 2004 ...

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    • Transfer Pricing Update Canada
      Some transfer pricing trends are beginning to emerge that taxpayers should be aware of and be prepared to address in the course of preparing for an audit. Observers have noted: • the CRA's use of the "recharacterization" and penalty provisions in ...

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    • Structured Settlements: They've Come Undone
      People who receive money every month from a structured settlement take note: factoring companies can be a threat to your financial stability. They offer a lump-sum consolidation payment to people who are receiving structured settlements as a result ...

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    • Looking for the Best Mortgage: Shop, Compare, Negotiate
      Shopping around for a home loan or mortgage will help you to get the best financing deal. A mortgage--whether it.s a home purchase, a refinancing, or a home equity loan--is a product, just like a car, so the price and terms may be negotiable. You.ll ...

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    • Consumer Rights
      Consumers' rights are protected by federal and state laws and regulations covering many services offered by financial institutions. This brochure will assist organizations which often receive complaints about banks, savings and loan associations ...

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    • Federal Reserve Board Interpretation Letter
      January 21, 1997 Chip Trimmier, Esq. Trimmier Law Firm, P.C. P.O. Box 18885 West Palm Beach, FL 33416 Dear Mr. Trimmier: This is in response to your letter of November 5, 1996 to the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta asking six questions regarding ...

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    • Is Your Inventory Lien Enforceable?
      Inventory lenders beware. A 1994 amendment to the Bankruptcy Code may turn the priority scheme on its head. Section 546(h) of the Bankruptcy Code permits a debtor to return goods which were shipped pre-petition by a supplier to a debtor in exchange ...

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