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While it is true that a timeshare contract is a binding legal document, it is often mistakenly thought that such a contract cannot only be cancelled. In fact, most timeshare companies maintain that their contracts are non – cancellable. This … Continue reading
Starmount Life Insurance Company and sister company AlwaysCare Benefits have announced that both are now part of Unum, a leading nationwide provider of financial protection benefits at work, including disability, life and supplemental health products. An ideal fit for Unum, … Continue reading
New research finds that young adults are being shielded from ER costs because of PPACA. (Jason Redmond/Associated Press/file) A popular and key aspect of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act that allows young adults up to age 26 to … Continue reading
Most Los Angeles and Southern California business owners and entrepreneurs start their businesses as sole practitioners, or perhaps two or three individuals starting a partnership. During these early stages of the company’s development, proper infrastructure might not be too important … Continue reading
Being hindered by a low credit score used to mean that lenders were reluctant to approve any loan applicants. But with the availability of mortgage loans for people with bad credit, disappearing. The fact is that a variety of lenders, … Continue reading
When planning to buy a home, you surely need to gather enough money to finance the down payment and closing costs as well as create enough slack in your budget to cover any extra costs that come with home ownership. … Continue reading
Nearly as many working moms (34 percent) are the sole financial providers in their families as men (39 percent), according to a new survey by CareerBuilder. The survey also found that, with more women taking on financial responsibilities for their … Continue reading