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How to Borrow Money By Owen Jones
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The information in this ebook on how to get the best deals when borrowing money and related subjects is organized into 15 chapters of about 500-600 words each. It will help you improve the way you... More > approach funding and loans with helpful advice and suggestions. It should give you ideas on how to improve what you are already doing. As an added bonus, I am granting you permission to use the content on your own website or in your own blogs and newsletter, although it is better if you rewrite them in your own words first. You may also split the book up and resell the articles. In fact, the only right that you do not have is to resell or give away the book as it was delivered to you.< Less
Borrowed Time By Daryl Duwe
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Daryl Duwe takes us on a wild, wicked, yet laugh-out-loud-funny ride through the intersection of backstabbing politics, dirty money, perverted sex, unbridled greed, racist attitudes and senseless... More > murder in Florida. You’ll never look at politics the same way again after political veteran Daryl Duwe lets you peek behind the curtain!< Less
Borrow money you don't need to repay! By ug
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Borrow money you don't need to repay! The ultimate borrowing guide! save huge amounts on the cost of loans, mortgages and get loads of credit cards. Also borrow money that you don't need to repay -... More > essential reading for everyone!!!< Less
Everything Is Borrowed - Takes On Life, Love, and the Perfect Michelada By Oscar Valdes
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EVERYTHING IS BORROWED - Takes On Life, Love, and the Perfect Michelada, a quirky blend of engaging words, intriguing photography, and bright graphics, offers inspiration and unflinching advice to... More > help you be a successful, humble, modern gentleman. In offering pointers for achieving a surprise for your mate or a bucket list experience for yourself, Oscar T. Valdes wants you to live life on a larger, classier scale. Do you need to know how to make a delicious salsa, put up a hammock, or earn extra money without burning out? This short but impactful book supplies the answers and imparts lessons Valdes has learned so far in his interesting life. With a focus on accountability and perseverance balanced by suggestions for creating fun, taking time for yourself, and stretching your budget, EVERYTHING IS BORROWED challenges you to make the choices of a gentleman and gives detailed tips for a more enriching life, from making the perfect Michelada to taking better photos.< Less
Everything Is Borrowed - Takes On Life, Love, and the Perfect Michelada By Oscar Valdes
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EVERYTHING IS BORROWED - Takes On Life, Love, and the Perfect Michelada, a quirky blend of engaging words, intriguing photography, and bright graphics, offers inspiration and unflinching advice to... More > help you be a successful, humble, modern gentleman. In offering pointers for achieving a surprise for your mate or a bucket list experience for yourself, Oscar T. Valdes wants you to live life on a larger, classier scale. Do you need to know how to make a delicious salsa, put up a hammock, or earn extra money without burning out? This short but impactful book supplies the answers and imparts lessons Valdes has learned so far in his interesting life. With a focus on accountability and perseverance balanced by suggestions for creating fun, taking time for yourself, and stretching your budget, EVERYTHING IS BORROWED challenges you to make the choices of a gentleman and gives detailed tips for a more enriching life, from making the perfect Michelada to taking better photos.< Less
The Girls Guide to Money Etiquette By Heidi Farr, Julianne Pekarthy
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Are your friendships leaving you bankrupt? Does traveling with friends cause jetlag? Do you know people who are "slow on the draw, but quick on the thank you?" This money etiquette guide... More > book goes where no book has dared. Packed with side-splitting anecdotes when money and personal relationships collide. ***To preview this book, click on the title*** A portion of the proceeds from this book will be donated to The American Cancer Society.< Less
Treatise - When There is No Money By Byron Beers
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When the government of the United States issues bonds to the Federal Reserve, and the Federal Reserve authorizes the printing of Federal Reserve Notes or adds digits to an account of the government,... More > is there really any borrowing of anything? When a man signs a promissory note and gives it to a lending institution, is he borrowing money from the “lender”, or is the “lender” borrowing money from the man. Does the United States actually borrow standard dollars of intrinsic value, gold or silver, or does it in effect convert the credit of the nation into a paper currency? Perhaps there is in fact no borrowing occurring, only the illusion of borrowing. When paper currency is issued, the “lenders” are the people; and the government as borrower, is a debtor to the people, who have knowingly or not, provided the value for the currency in circulation.< Less
Treatise - When There is No Money By Byron Beers
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When the government of the United States issues bonds to the Federal Reserve, and the Federal Reserve authorizes the printing of Federal Reserve Notes or adds digits to an account of the government,... More > is there really any borrowing of anything? When a man signs a promissory note and gives it to a lending institution, is he borrowing money from the “lender”, or is the “lender” borrowing money from the man. Does the United States actually borrow standard dollars of intrinsic value, gold or silver, or does it in effect convert the credit of the nation into a paper currency? Perhaps there is in fact no borrowing occurring, only the illusion of borrowing. When paper currency is issued, the “lenders” are the people; and the government as borrower, is a debtor to the people, who have knowingly or not, provided the value for the currency in circulation.< Less
Instruments of the Money Market By Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
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The major purpose of financial markets is to transfer funds from lenders to borrowers. Financial market participants commonly distinguish between the "capital market" and the "money... More > market," with the latter term generally referring to borrowing and lending for periods of a year or less. The United States money market is very efficient in that it enables large sums of money to be transferred quickly and at a low cost from one economic unit (business, government, bank, etc.) to another for relatively short periods of time. The need for a money market arises because receipts of economic units do not coincide with their expenditures. These units can hold money balances—that is, transactions balances in the form of currency, demand deposits, or NOW accounts—to insure that planned expenditures can be maintained independently of cash receipts. Holding these balances, however, involves a cost in the form of foregone interest.< Less
MONEY SECRETS NOT TAUGHT IN SCHOOLS By Paul Allen
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This book will teach you how to get out of debt without borrowing money from friends, relatives, and not to mention those high interest companies known as Payday Loans. Imagine being able to request... More > a handsome check from your apartment rental office, water company, gas company, and a host of other places. You will also learn how to repair your own credit which will save you lots of money. This book is easy to read. Purchase a copy and start saving money for those rainy days ahead.< Less