The Link Between Your Credit History and Your Insurance Premium
Did you know your credit history and score could have a tremendous impact on your ability to obtain insurance and how much you pay for it? Many consumers are not aware of this link and because of it they are often in for quite a surprise when the time comes to take out a new insurance policy.Financial Ratios in Sports
Financial statements both report on a firm’s position at a point in time and on its operations over some past period. However, their real usefulness lies in the fact that they can be used to help predict the firm’s future earnings and dividends as well as the risk factor of these cash flows.The Increasing Value of Alternative Fuel Sources
Although alternative fuel sources are not sufficient and still not ready to take over, they are still better than nothing. As people already start worrying about their future, which seems to be darker and colder with each passing day, alternative fuel sources will become more and more popular.Money In Money Out
You open it, close it, and reopen it at least twice a day. One of your most important storage devices, your wallet, has evolved over the years to an important financial tool and a personal journal.Unsafe e-Wallets
Ever since the Internet was introduced a the new revolutionary medium of information exchange, more and more companies, like eBay, MSN, Yahoo and recently Google have drawn the attention of the public to new online ways of keeping money circulating through the World Wide Web.Finance Options For Your Business
Business banking is big business and there are a lot of banks and building societies vying to sign up business owners for their latest deals. There are a number of solutions for business owners looking to manage cash flow effectively. Here are a few options to consider.Risk Aversion and Incentive Fee
Risk aversion is a concept in economics, finance, and psychology explaining the behaviour of consumers and investors under uncertainty. Risk aversion is the reluctance of a person to accept a bargain with an uncertain payoff rather than another bargain with a more certain but possibly lower expected payoff. The inverse of a person’s risk aversion is sometimes called their risk tolerance.