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To rent or to buy

mangivepresentation30392901.jpgEveryone needs a place to live. But there are several different ways that a person can meet their need of shelter. A person can rent an apartment, rent a home, rent a condo, purchase a single-family home, buy a condo, or buy a cooperative. Sometimes the choice between renting a certain place and buying shelter will be based on the size of the family or where a person would like to live. But most of the time the choice to rent or buy is based on many other things such as personal finance. This article discusses renting or buying.

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Consignment stores and thrift shops during depression

brokenpiggybank19151356.jpgDuring economic depressions, people love to shop at consignment stores and thrift shops. It is simple because they want to save money, but there are some things you just don't know. The following is a look at what you should know if you are going to sell your items to a thrift store, or try to sell them through a consignment shop.

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Avoiding buyer's remorse

stressedwoman16009389.jpgAt one point or another, you have most likely suffered from buyer's remorse. Buyer's remorse doesn't just happen when you spend a lot of money on a single item, it can even happen when you spend a few bucks on a small item. Buyer's remorse happens because you feel guilty about the purchase you have made because you really didn't need it or because it was, something that you later determined was a complete waste of money.

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A guide to business credit cards

creditcards23282319.jpgAlmost 65 percent of businesses have at least one active business credit card. Business credit cards provide business owners with the ability to easily manage their employee's spending, monthly expenses, and rewards. Business credit cards have lower interest rates, higher limits, and incentives that persuade business owners to take advantage of them. Even with all the benefits, business credit cards can be detrimental to a business. Here are some things you need to consider before you sign up for a business credit card:

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What is the difference between irrelevant and incremental costs?

Businesses experience many different types of costs. There are fixed costs, sunk costs, variable costs, relevant costs, irrelevant costs and incremental costs. Different types of successes and failures bring about each one. So what is the difference between irrelevant and incremental costs? Keep reading and discover what you always wanted to know about business costs.

First, let's start with a definition of both irrelevant and incremental costs.

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