How to Prepare for a Car Loan


If you are thinking about taking out a car loan, you will want to make sure that you are in the best possible position to be accepted for a loan. When assessing your suitability for a loan and when setting terms such as the amount of interest you will pay, car loan providers will evaluate your financial standing. If your credit report is good, it will increase the likelihood that you will be accepted for a loan and it will help to keep the interest on your car loan low.

27 September 2017

What To Do When Your Clients Don't Pay


If you run a small accounting business, you may from time-to-time encounter clients who don't pay their invoices to you on time.  This can impact your cash-flow and cause serious problems for small practices.  Here's how to deal with late payers. Immediate court action? You should begin by contacting the debtor by telephone and by letter.  It's important to keep the channels of communication open at this point, as you need to find out why the client can't or won't pay.

7 November 2016

Mistakes You Might Make That Will Cost You Money on a New Car Loan


When applying for a new car loan or negotiating with a salesperson for your new car, you want to ensure you've done your homework and prepared ahead of time. There are some things you can do to save hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars on the cost of that loan, but a few simple mistakes oversights can cost you just as much. Note a few those mistakes here so you can be sure to avoid them and walk away with the best loan for your car.

24 August 2016