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Corporate Credit By Susan Alker
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A helpful guide for bankers and CFO's alike, this book explains the process for getting a corporate loan and what the terms of the loan agreement mean.
DIY Debt Free By Cary Thornton
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A Comprehensive U.K. Guide to Clear your Debts. Clear easy to understand step by step instructions. Incudes template letters and court claim forms.
DIY Debt Free By Cary Thornton
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A Comprehensive U.K. Guide to Clear your Debts. Clear easy to understand step by step instructions. Incudes template letters and court claim forms.
Dealing With Personal Debt- A guide for UK Consumers By Safaraz Ali
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easy4life debt management programme INTEREST STOPPED OR FROZEN * 95% OF YOUR DEBTS COULD BE WRITTEN OFF * A PAYMENT YOU CAN AFFORD * FREE ADVICE * DEBT STRESS GONE IN 24 HOURS * IVA * DEBT... More > MANAGEMENT * CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBTS * Get your life back on track TODAY * Tenants welcome< Less
Solar PPA: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors By Kevin Roebuck
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The Solar Power Purchase Agreement (SPPA) depends heavily on the existence of the solar investment tax credit, which was extended for eight years under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of... More > 2008. The SPPA relies on financing partners with a "tax appetite," profits that are subject to taxation, who can benefit from the federal tax credit. Typically, the investor and the solar services provider create a special purpose entity that owns the solar equipment. The solar services provider finances, designs, installs, monitors, and maintains the project. As a result, solar installations are easier for customers to afford because they do not have to pay upfront costs for equipment and installation. Instead, customers pay only for the electricity the system generates. With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 the solar investment tax credit can be combined with tax exempt financing, significantly reducing the capital required to develop a solar project.< Less
Solar PPA: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors By Kevin Roebuck
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The Solar Power Purchase Agreement (SPPA) depends heavily on the existence of the solar investment tax credit, which was extended for eight years under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of... More > 2008. The SPPA relies on financing partners with a "tax appetite," profits that are subject to taxation, who can benefit from the federal tax credit. Typically, the investor and the solar services provider create a special purpose entity that owns the solar equipment. The solar services provider finances, designs, installs, monitors, and maintains the project. As a result, solar installations are easier for customers to afford because they do not have to pay upfront costs for equipment and installation. Instead, customers pay only for the electricity the system generates. With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 the solar investment tax credit can be combined with tax exempt financing, significantly reducing the capital required to develop a solar project.< Less
Workplace Weekly News: Series 11 Digital Edition By Gloria Towolawi
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Workplace Weekly News Publication is the No 1 online and digital workplace publication in the USA. Every week we report news affecting the workplace such as employee benefits, workplace... More > discrimination, wage violations, workplace regulatory updates, immigration issues, employee wellness and spa, training and development, workplace software and technology, workplace trends and events etc that cut across all industries. Some of the major highlights of this week’s workplace breaking news are: Minimum Wage Rise in 10 States Due To Inflation and CPI in the New Year, Bipartisan Tax Agreement: What you need to know, OSHA Sue National Council of La Raza Action Fund, Top 10 Keys to Successful Leadership in 2013, DrivingRecord.net Helps Clients to Ensure FCRA Compliance with Newly Required Forms, Save For Retirement and Earn IRS Special Tax Credit, The Scooter Store Settles Disability Discharge Suit, Mahaffey Tent and Awning Company settle CWHSSA and SCA violation charges etc< Less
Understanding the Commercial General Liability Policy By Dwight Kealy
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The Commercial General Liability (CGL) Insurance Policy is the standard business policy used to pay claims for bodily injury or property damage to others. The policy is divided into three coverage... More > sections—each with its own exclusions—and a supplementary payments section. Do you ever hear—or worry—that an insurance company will not pay a claim because coverage is excluded? In order to know how claims are paid, you need to understand the policy’s insuring agreements and exclusions. In this book, attorney and insurance professional Dwight M. Kealy explains the insuring agreements in Coverage A, B, and C. He gives memorable examples of every standard exclusion—and some significant non-standard exclusions. He explains every supplementary payment, and he explains how policy limits impact how claims are paid.< Less
Understanding Named, Automatic and Additional Insureds in the CGL Policy By Dwight Kealy
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Every day, thousands of people request and receive proof of someone else’s Commercial General Liability (CGL) insurance. They might be named as a certificate holder or they might be named as an... More > additional insured. They might want to be named as an additional insured for ongoing operations, completed operations, or “your work.” They might request Primary Wording, or Non-Contributory Wording, or a Waiver of Subrogation, or a Hold Harmless Agreement. They might say that the insurance company has to have an A.M. Best Rating of at least A-, VIII, and write business in the state on an admitted basis. What does all of this mean? If you are requiring or providing additional insured endorsements, you should know what they mean. In this book, attorney and insurance professional Dwight M. Kealy walks the reader through memorable answers to these kinds of questions that are faced everyday by insurance professionals, attorneys, risk managers, and any business that regularly deals with insurance requirements.< Less
BEST WAY TO FINANCE A NEW CAR By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: What The Loan Companies Are Looking For Chapter 3: Getting Some Credit Chapter 4: Repairing Bad Credit Chapter 5: Outside Companies And Your Credit Chapter 6:... More > Finding The Right Car Chapter 7: It’s All About The Benjamins Chapter 8: Timing Is Everything Chapter 9: Avoid Scams Chapter 10: Buying A Used Car Chapter 11: Conclusion Suggested Assignment Agreement Power of Attorney< Less