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Square Credit


At Square Credit you have the opportunity to get a credit of up to 15,000 kroner. A credit with Square Credit does not work the same way as a traditional quick loan. Here you are given an amount available and you then decide how much money you want to raise. A credit with Square Credit is screwed together so that…

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Tax return: Do it yourself


Canadians are mixed on the question: 54% of them use the services of professionals (accountant or preparer) while the others do it themselves. How do you know if you should turn to a tax pro or take charge? Doing your own taxes, is it a good idea? Is it worth it, for the sake of economy, to file its tax…

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Withholding Study Debt Becomes More Difficult | Consolidation of Loans


Someone finally woke up in The Hague. Minister Kamsa Alodia wants a debt declaration from the Education Executive Agency (DUO) to be issued. Banks can then check whether there is a student loan when issuing a mortgage or consumer loan. Withholding a student loan then becomes more difficult.   Outstanding debt instead of the original debt It took a while,…

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Credit and Divorce – Who Will Pay You Back?


September 14, 2017 A joint mortgage connects people for years. In the event of divorce, the ex-spouses are jointly and severally liable for the commitment. Failure to pay the debt leads to enforcement proceedings. How can a divorcee get out of the problem loan? We invite you to read!   Division of joint property after divorce Along with the divorce…

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Dues Without Credit Card Banks


Nowadays, paying dues to banks seems to be the last thing bank customers want. Of course, the payment of interest rates and similar cases, the legal obligation of many customers, but only fees and annual card fees, such as fees to be taken back by law; did not have much impact on the banks. While many banks are still receiving…

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Pay your debts


With the last quarter of 2014 starting, many readers of the Journal are asking the same question. Do you have to pay your debts BEFORE you start saving in an Good Lender? Observe is the rate you pay My answer will surprise you. No, not always and it is very well possible to do both. Before choosing, the most important…

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