Cooperative Money Sharing, Borrowing and Lending Strategies
Hi, my name is Cora, and I love to share everything including money. However, that can get complicated. Luckily, I have learned how to navigate cooperative money experiences over the years. This blog has everything related to that concept. I plan to include posts on splitting bills with roommates, borrowing money from friends, taking out loans with other people, lending money to others and much more. If you like to approach money cooperatively, you have come to the right place. This blog takes my personal experiences as well as research I have done. Please, sit back, relax and explore these posts!
Did you know that some of the richest people around you might actually be the highest debtors? Take someone who has committed nearly half of their salary to service a development loan with a housing finance corporation. By the time the repayment is over, this person has a title to property that has appreciated over the years, and they can sell it for way more than they bought it. Here is what you need to manage loans well and get the most of them:
As a business owner, it would be quite risky to carry out your operations without having some form of insurance to protect you from lawsuits. Nevertheless, it can also be quite confusing discerning what policies would be prudent to your specific business if you are not aware of what is available to you. This is why you should consult with business insurance brokers to make a knowledgeable decision on which policies would best fit your business needs.
Although quantity surveyors are the root for any building project that is destined to cost less, in some markets they are also the most ignored service providers in the building industry. This is because many builders disregard the role of quantity surveyors to do it themselves. Some think it is an unnecessary cost. The bad news is that many builders end up spending twice as much as what they would have spent with the use of a quantity surveyor.
The end of the financial year is only two months away. Once June 30 has passed, you will be joining millions of Australians who file their tax return each year. Last year, the Australian Tax Office sent letters to some people who had missed filing their tax returns in previous years. Since you do not want to start out your relationship with the ATO on the wrong foot, here are three important facts that you need to know about filing your tax return.