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Leslie Cordovan

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    Consumers Can Avoid Financial Ruin, National Debt Relief Provide Tips On How To Do It

    National Debt Relief publishes an article on their website to reveal 8 tips that will help consumers avoid financial ruin.

    Philadelphia, PA ( PRWEB ) January 31, 2014

    National Debt Relief is intent on helping consumers avoid financial ruin. On January 28, the leading debt relief company published an article titled "8 Ways You Can Remove Financial Ruin From Your Future." This article discussed various tips that will save consumers from another financial crisis.

    The article discussed how financial security still eludes a lot of consumers. Because of this, the article provided these 8 tips to serve as a guideline for the readers.

    1. Do not rely on future paycheck. The article claimed that this mindset got consumers into so much debt.

    2. Keep bills organized and make timely payments. National Debt Relief believe that one of the reasons why the consumer is in debt is because they lacked proper organization. If the consumer can keep their finances organized, they should be able to keep track of their debts and avoid late payments.

    3. Limit credit card accounts. The article believe that the less credit cards, the less temptation there will be to spend beyond the consumer’s means. It also minimizes the need to manage the card accounts.

    4. Avoid overdraft charges. Another tip is to avoid overdrafts. The consumer must be aware of their financial transactions to keep themselves from unnecessary c...

  • http://www.skynews.com.au/businessnews/article.aspx?id=912230

    Tokyo investors will stay focused on the US government shutdown next week, as fears grow it could lead to a devastating debt default and strike a huge blow to the global economy.

    The Nikkei's 0.94 per cent slip on Friday to a one-month low ended a week that saw the benchmark index lose 4.98 per cent, or 735.76 points, to 14,024.31, as the political deadlock in Washington dominated headlines.

    The broader Topix index of all first-section shares fell 4.41 per cent, or 53.70 points, over the week to 1,163.82.

    'Players will keep an eye on the US budget stand-off next week,' said Kenzaburo Suwa, strategist with Okasan Securities.

    'But we may see an early end to the impasse as (President Barack) Obama appears serious by cancelling key conferences overseas,' Suwa added.

    Obama axed plans to attend the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Bali and the East Asia Summit in Brunei next week, blaming political paralysis in Washington for the cancellation.

    While the shutdown has fuelled jitters among investors, analysts have generally expressed even deeper concerns about the October 17 deadline to raise the US debt ceiling.

    International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde warned on Thursday that a US failure to raise the borrowing limit could wreak havoc on the global economy, while the Treasury Department said a default could have a 'catastrophic' effect.

    On Wall Street, the Dow ended 0.90 per cent lowe...

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    FC Barcelona on Tuesday staged the official presentation of its partnership with new global partner Qatar Airways, stating the club will receive a basic payment of Eur30.5 million this season as part of football’s “biggest shirt deal ever”.

    Barcelona first announced in November that the airline would take over as the club’s shirt sponsor from the 2013-14 season as part of the Spanish Primera Division giant’s agreement with Qatar Sports Investments (QSI). Barcelona stated that the current five-year contract signed with QSI permitted the possibility of including a new logo on the shirt from the third season of the agreement. The Qatar Foundation had served as the club’s shirt sponsor for the past two campaigns, succeeding Unicef, which became the first brand to occupy Barcelona’s famous shirts after the club agreed to such deals in August 2003. Javier Faus, Barcelona’s vice-president for economy and strategy, outlined the financial details behind the new deal on Tuesday, stating that the club will receive payments of Eur30.5 million, Eur32 million and Eur33.5 million until the current agreement with QSI expires on June 30, 2016. A UEFA Champions League victory will be worth an additional Eur5 million. Tags: the corliss group, barcelona reveals financial details behind Qatar Airways deal

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    Hong Kong builders will put the brakes on home sales for the rest of the year after government curbs to rein in prices sapped demand, according to Bocom International Holdings Co. and Centaline Property Agency Ltd. Builders including Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd. (16) and Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd. (1) sold about 4,320 new units for HK$40 billion ($5.2 billion) in the first half, both the lowest since the second half of 2008, according to figures compiled by realtor Centaline. A total of 7,183 units were sold for HK$66 billion in the second half of 2012, Centaline said.

    Developers are holding off sales after property transactions in the city plunged to a two-decade low in the second quarter in response to a doubling of stamp duties on buyers and sellers, and tightened regulations on marketing material of new apartments. Home prices have dropped 2 percent from a historic high in March, after having more than doubled since early 2009.

    “The pace of sales will remain slow unless there’s something encouraging developers to turn over assets faster,” Alfred Lau, Hong Kong-based analyst at Bocom International, said by telephone. They have “little incentive to sell at a time when the market’s down.”

    Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying, in February, doubled the stamp duty on properties costing more than HK$2 million and targeted commercial real estate. Since taking office a year ago, he also has imposed taxes on non-resident homebuyers and pledged to increase...