Monday, August 21, 2017

How and when to use Personal Loans!

This week’s video is about personal loans… how and when to use them. Like every major financial cross road, the more knowledge that you have, the better you will feel about making an educated decision that will work for you, in your unique situation.
Taking out a personal loan for your financial goals can be a daunting process, especially if you don’t know what to look for. But this video that I made for you, helps demystify this process, so that if you need a personal loan, you know exactly what to look for, what key requirements are essential and most importantly how and why you need to pay it off as quickly as possible.

As promised, here is the link to the calculator that I refer to in the video….…

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Personal Loans: a loan that is obtaining an amount of money from a financial organization for individual use. People might utilize the money for almost anything; some instances are a trip, a vehicle, home renovations or costs consolidation. The borrower will make regular monthly settlements to the economic institution repaying the amount obtained plus interest. Individual loans offer people the economic ability to make investments without saving the funds initially.

This was the definition of personal loan
The only thing that’s wrong with it is that after you loan this money and spend on the stuff mention above, you will still need more money to spend again
If this money doesn’t make you any money you will always be in Need ..

-Who Benefits the Most From A Personal Loan
When you Take a personal loan it benefits you in the beginning as you get the money that you need to pay for whatever that you need at the moment
But really in the long term, the only person it benefits is the Bank.
They get to get the same money that they borrow you but twice as much and sometimes 3 to 4 times as much, as the years goes by and you get more in debt…

Personal Loans For Students
It’s a cycle that is played by many…
I remember when I went to College, I went to this expensive school
Even after all the financial aid and the loans that I took to pay my tuition
The Financial adviser would still encourage me to get more personal loans
To spend money on books, computer and so on..
I’m sure if you went to college you can relate to that…
But later on when it’s time to pay for them, the load doesn’t feel as easy like it was when getting those student loan

If you are not going to use the money to make you more money in order to pay it off, I would definitely discourage anyone into getting a personal loan, as it put you more in debt, and after you borrow it, you will always need more MONEY …

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Credit Cards For Bad Credit Part 1 The Best Unsecured, Secured Credit Cards online Instant Approval

Credit Cards For Bad Credit Part 1 The Best Unsecured, Secured Credit Cards online Instant Approval (Part 1) This presentation will cover what I went through and how bad my credit was and what the best credit cards for bad credit that I found that approved me. View Credit cards for bad credit video part 1 here View Credit cards for bad credit video part 2 here Just a few short years ago I had great credit, I was running a real estate business and I had over 10 mortgages on my credit one of which was in my name. I had two auto loans for the two trucks that my wife and I drove. We had several credit cards with high limits; one of the credit cards was an Amex. This American express had no limit, you could run it up as high as you wanted each month but you had to pay it off the next month. My credit was so good that I could get a signature loan from that bank with no problem…all I had to do was sign my name and they would give me thousands of dollars. BUT then things took a drastic turn for the worse. My real estate business went down and in the process so did the rest of my personal finances. My houses were foreclosed on even the home that I lived in, my wife and kids and I had to move in with family. My two cars were repossessed and all of my credit cards became delinquent. My credit was totally ruined! I filed bankruptcy and when it was all figured out the bankruptcy discharge was well over a million dollars. Here is the good news… most people reading this do not have credit this bad. As you read on that I was able to get a credit card and start rebuilding my credit.
As I say in the video I was emotionally bankrupt along with being financially bankrupt. The first thing I had to do was get a car, the only place I could go was a buy here pay here lot. Just to be clear most buy here pay here lots do not report to the credit bureau. So getting a loan at a buy here pay here lot will not help your credit score. After that I began to apply for credit cards to start rebuilding my credit. I started applying for store credit cards just because it was easy to do… they entice you to apply with a ten or twenty percent discount off of your purchase. I was even declined for store credit cards. I finally resorted to searching online for credit cards for people with bad credit. After doing some research I found a short list of a few credit cards that are specifically for people with bad credit. I have compiled a short list of credit cards for people with bad credit and have listed them all on my website I have them broken down the best ones for people that need a secured credit card and for people that don’t need a secured credit card. Even though this video may have been published months or years ago this website will have the best most up to date credit cards for bad credit. View Credit cards for bad credit video part 1 here View Credit cards for bad credit video part 2 here
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Title: QST
Year: 1915 (1910s)
Authors: American Radio Relay League
Subjects: Radio Radio
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32 . Billings, Mont., area (W7KGF) 133 Bloomfield, N. J. (W2ZPD) » 113 Bozeman, Mont. (W7ED) 9 55 Bristol, Tenn.-Va. (W4IYI)33 122 Broward Co., Fla. (W4PPR)33 184 Burlington Co., N. J. (W2UA)32 Carlton & Pine Co., Minn. (W0IRJ) i 44 Cedar Rapids, Iowa (W0HDX) 11.33 307 1 Nov. 9. 2 Oct. 12.3 Oct. 13. * Nov. 7. ^ Oct. 22. 6 Oct. 17. .-Vug. 31 & Sept. 11, credit for participation in HurricunesCarol and Edna. ^ Oct. 19. 9 Feb. 22, 1955. 0 Oct. 27. ^ Oct.24. 12 Oct. 26. 3 Oct. 15. 1* .sst. EC making report; nopoints calculated. ^Oct. 21. « Oct. 14. i Oct. 31; 8 Oct.15, credit for participation in Hurricane Hazel. ^ Oct. 28, 29& 30. 20 Credit for hurricane participation, Sept. 10-11.2 Credit for participation in tornado emergency, Oct. 11.22 Oct. 18. 23 Oct. 25. ^■i Oct. 3. 25 Oct. 11. 26 Oct. 9-17, com-bined report of all ECs in Nassau Co. 2 Nov. 1. 28 Oct. 23.29 Oct. 30. 30 Oct. 16. 31 Oct. 4. 32 Reported active, but nopoint total calculated. 33 Bettered last years score.

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Title: Purdue debris
Year: 1906 (1900s)
Authors: Purdue University
Subjects: Purdue University College yearbooks Universities and colleges
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line-upwas still unsettled, but this did not prevent a good exhibi-tion of team work as well as individual starring. Seven-teen men were used including such coming stars as littleI Ioldie and Robertson. Right end in this game was helddown by Frushour, and his work showed that the problemof one of the ends was solved. The final score was 36 to Gin our favor and every one but the team was satisfied. The three men played there during the Beloit game but it wasdistinctly open until the versatile Johnny Johnston wasallowed to show what he could do there. After his firsttrial he stayed there. About this time I. Long, betterknown as Shorty, left guard, became ill with malaria andhis position was for a time unfilled. Wabash meanwhile had been playing a phenomenalgame, and all preparations pointed to the Presbyterians.The scarlet wearers held Illinois and Chicago to remarkablysmall scores and came to LaFayette with the full expecta- tion of winning. It was the first game of the season to test

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WABASH GAME points of interesl on thai day were, Kings appearance onthe field ready for the next game; Convill declared eligible,and Duke playing right guard. The left end position was still a problem to the coaches; the mettle of the Purdue Warriors and a large crowd turnedout to witness the contest. The newly acquired Purdueites(Indian Medics) came from Indianapolis on a special train and weregiven a royal re-ception by all LaFayette and Pur-due University. Wabash put upa game fight andthe defeat she sus-tained was not atall to her dis-credit, but intruth it must besaid that but forthe poor work ofUmpire Burklandthe score wouldhave been farlarger. Nearly ahundred yardsin penalties is a fearful handicap to any team. Wabashcarried the ball for downs four times, in all other cases theywere forced to punt by the perfect defense of the Boiler-makers. Allen, Convill and Thomas did the special stunts 218 in this game, Convill especially doing some great grandground gaining. Only once was t

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Title: Yachts and yachting; a magazine devoted to the upbuilding of the noble sport of yachting
Year: 1911 (1910s)
Subjects: Yachting
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. 15.66 gross tonnage. Freeboard 2 ft. 6 in. least. Wood, copperfastened throughout. Frames oak, -5 in. sectional area, 9 in. apart. Planking hard i)ine11/4 in. thick. Deck also hard pine, canvas covered. Lead ballast, 8,000 lb. outside,2,000 lb. inside. Cabin, four transoms and toilet. Cabin finish, pine, bright. Head-room 6 ft. 2 in., length 15 ft. Water tanks, two; capacity 100 gal. Two pipe berths.Wilson & Silsby sails, covers, awnings, etc., all good. Two new double shrouds, new1909. Halyards, sheets, etc., mostly new in 1908. Light sails 1906; main, jib and stay-sail new 1908, and another jib and staysail 1906 in fair condition. Also small jib, stormstaysail and trysail in good condition. Two tenders, one 14 ft. long, bnilt 1905 byGraves; the other 11 ft. long, built 1907 by Emmons. Two anchors, compass lighted byelectricity. Inspectable near Boston. Little Hope has cruised from Marblehead toNewfoundland and Nova Scotia twice and is noted for her deep-sea cruising abilities.

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For Sale—Crack center-board, Hanley built sloop, 44ft. 3 in. o. a., 30 ft. w. 1.,13 ft. 11 in. beam, 3 ft.draught. A noted prize-win-ner with scores of trophie5to her credit. Two suits oisails made by Wilson & Sils-by, one suit used one seasonanly. All spars hollow. Beau-tifully built with bright deck.Copper fastened. Best otrigging and equipment. Anopport unity seldom offeredto buy a first-class light-draught sloop at an attrac-tive figure. 187 i For Sale—Handsome cruising- 30-footer designed and l3uilt by Lawle5^ in 190:;!.49 it. 4 in. o. a., 11 ft. 3 in. beam, 7 ft. 3 in. dranglit. Built in the b-est possiblemanner. Double planked and copper fastened. Flandsome bright deck. Teak trim-mings outside, and rich, solid mahogany inside. 6 ft. 3 in. headroom in cabin, whichis 14 ft. long. Two toilet rooms. Cabin has over fifteen lockers, with three berths,desk and cabinet. Galley has sink, ice-chest, stove, lockers, two berths for crew, andseparate w. c. Wilson & Silsby sails

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12 Months: 1887 (1880s)
Writers: Hill, Thomas E. (Thomas Edie), 1832-1915
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came to be at Groton.Mass., 1792, and had been for many years asso-ciated operating along with his sibling Amos.within the second element of their life Abbott wasengaged largely within the Asia trade. In1834 he was chosen to Congress, wherehe supported regarding committee on ways anilnu-jins; consequently he had been one of the Government Northwesternboundary fee. In 1849 President Taylor offered him a seatin his case; but Mr. Lawrence declined and accepted the postof Minister to britain. Ended up being recalled, but at his ownrequest, in 18.53. The remainder of their life he specialized in privatebusiness, their lot of money getting huge. To Harvard university hegave ,000 to determine a scientific school, which holds their title,and left ,000 more to ascertain model lodging-houses. Hidiedat Boston, in 1H55. In jobs of both these men was manifested the trueNew The united kingdomt personality f(tr company energy and integrity, producingtill- ii>iuil r>iilt—livr- iif jirii-perity juid di» BARNUM.

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Longview Fiber Mill regarding Columbia River. Longview could be the house associated with the Weyer-Hauser business, one of many premier Forest Operations in the World 04/1973

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Longview Fiber Mill on Columbia River. Longview may be the Home of Weyer-Hauser business, one of several Largest woodland Operations worldwide 04/1973
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Title: US ornithology when it comes to residence and school
Year: 1901 (1900s)
Authors: Reed, Chester A. (Chester Albert), 1876-1912
Topics: Birds
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■a-u-ii-u-a-<»-a-u-cA-i*-u-{*-a-< ci=»ncH<Ci»ciHHcincnnn=j3B=- Vol. I. September, IDOl. JVo, 9 AMERICAN OSTRICH FARMS. a lot of Os- almost triches, the descendents ofAfrican imports, are vege-tating in CaHfornia and Ar-izona as of this writing. Apair of the animals havebeen understood in Californiato hatch thirty-seven chicksin one-year; a quick reflec-tion upon these numbers with-out a lively imagination willin an extremely short period of time showlarge potential earnings inthe tradition of this AmericanOstrich; experience, thebest teacher, reveals thatthis rate cannot by anymeans be depended upon,but that different localitieseven in identical districtaffect very seriously thehealth for this odd spec-imen of this bird creation.Cold winds in addition to wantof green meals tend to be fatalto the Ostrich youthful; eventhe embryo just isn’t free from

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the CORRESPONDENT. i6o UNITED STATES ORNITHOLOGY. risk of destruction by the parent, either brought on by fright from the part ofthe hen Ostrich, leading to breaking the eggs whilst in the nest, or bythe irregular desire for food of male, who will in some cases get a habitof eating the new laid eggs of his partner. The Ostrich industry has actually al-ready acquired proportions of adequate size to interest capital; and todaynot a single Ostrich can be purchased for love or cash uncontrolled by thecompetitive demand for this Ostrich trust. For reasons of revenue mostof the Ostrich farms of The united states tend to be influenced by the object of interestwhich these odd bipeds tend to be to your tourists through the north; just who annual-ly visitthe hotter climates of this country, where just can the AfricanOstrich thrive. Exhibitions are made of the birds at Northern expositions,but these exhibits tend to be by no means Ostrich farms into the real feeling of that

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[Display of home-canned food] (LOC)
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[between 1941 and 1945]

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Photo shows containers of yellow squash, peas, beets, and other veggies. For notes distinguishing specific jars, look at backup of picture in Flickr
Transfer from U.S. Office of War Suggestions, 1944.

World War, 1939-1945
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