13 January 2016
If you have old pieces of gold jewelry lying around, you may be thinking of selling them to get some extra cash. However, this is a very competitive field and prices fluctuate often as the price of gold goes up and down. As such, the amount you get from one buyer on one day can vary from the amount you get from another buyer on another day. If you have never sold gold before, you may be wondering how to get top dollar for your old jewelry.
12 January 2016
Illegal immigration is a huge problem in the U.S. and affects the entire nation as a whole. In 2013, both the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement made a total of 662,483 arrests. Those who are arrested have the option of posting bail. This gives the defendant an opportunity to hire a lawyer, develop a case and gather up the evidence that they need for their court hearing.
8 December 2015
Perhaps one of the most frustrating things about getting behind on bills is the need to pay late charges and, often, overdraft fees. If you are only one day late on paying a credit card, for example, the company might assess a late charge that is greater than the minimum payment! If that check bounces, your bank will likely institute an overdraft fee. Take a look at some ways to nip the cycle in the bud and avoid paying late charges and overdraft fees.
30 October 2014
Do you need to perform emergency repairs on your vehicle or pay for a doctor or dentist appointment? A payday loan can get you out of a tight financial situation in less than an hour's time. You just need to fill out the required paperwork and the money is yours for the noted loan period. You must pay off the loan on the given date to avoid fees and charges that can drive up the rate.
15 September 2014
If you are like most people, you hear of people being arrested all of the time. It may just be on television, or in the local news, but unfortunately, sometimes it applies to a loved one. If it has happened to a loved one, you may be asked about posting bail, or posting a bond. While these words are often used interchangeably, they do not mean the same things. Understanding the differences may help your loved one get out of jail faster.