Author: Axel Muir

The personal finance section is handled by Axel Muir. He is a guru when it comes to financial markets, equity, and market trends. If there is a financial news story buried out there, you better believe that Axel will be there to report it!

Are you thinking of opening your own business? If so, there are a few things you need to know about the construction process. This can be a daunting task, but with the right information, you can make it a lot easier on yourself. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most important things to keep in mind when constructing your new business. We’ll also provide some tips to help make the process go as smoothly as possible. So if you’re ready to take the plunge into self-employment, read on! Start With A Solid Plan Before you even…

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The kitchen is one of the vital areas in the house. It’s where we prepare and cook our food, so everything in the kitchen must be clean and safe to consume. There are several simple steps you can take to ensure your kitchen is up to scratch. Have water filtration systems in place an excellent way of ensuring that everything in your kitchen is safe to consume is to have water filtration systems. This is because clean water is essential for cooking and preparing food, and contaminated water can easily lead to food poisoning or other illnesses. Filtering your water…

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When you need money, the natural inclination is to go to a financial institution for a loan. This is a good idea, but it’s important to remember that you are entering into a business agreement with the lender. You need to ensure to work out good conditions so both parties are happy with the arrangement. Here are some tips on how to do just that: Do Your Research Knowing what other options are available to you is crucial before entering into negotiations with your financial institution. Take some time to shop around and compare different lenders before deciding. Be sure…

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Here are the Top 7 Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories that are circulating on the internet. 1. The United States in the Midst of Wild Coronavirus Conspiracy Theories Channel One, a Russian news network first started the story blaming the US for the coronavirus outbreak. The aim was purportedly to cripple the Chinese economy in the wake of the heated trade war between the US and China. Another reason was supposedly to make money by selling vaccines. The presenter making these allegations reasoned that the word ‘corona’ means ‘crown’ in Latin. US President Trump has judged many beauty contests and crowned the…

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Who Was Robert Maxwell? Ian Robert Maxwell MC was born on 10 June 1923. His birth name was Ján Ludvík Hyman Binyamin Hoch, and he was a British MP, media proprietor, and fraudster. Maxwell was originally from Czechoslovakia and during his life he built himself up from a life of poverty to extreme financial success. After his death in 1991, it was found that his companies had been incredibly fraudulent, including misappropriation of his Mirror Group Pension fund. His daughter, Ghislaine Maxwell, was the girlfriend of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein. Editorial Credit: Mark Reinstein As a young man, Maxwell…

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2020 opened up to a bevy of controversies as the world teetered on the edge of yet another global war (the US-Iran conflict). And before we even had time to catch our breaths, out came the Coronavirus pandemic, stringing us along for yet another scary ride. Below are some coronavirus facts that you may not want to know but we are going to tell you anyway. This isn’t the first time we’ve dealt with global pandemics, from the 1820 cholera outbreak to the 1920 Spanish flu, every century has given humanity its fair share of pandemics. The only difference between…

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The market has been flooded with credit card debt consolidation offers from companies like Credit 9. If you are unable to make good on your payments to creditors, have no available means to consolidate debt, and have no other sources of income, you’re probably thinking about declaring bankruptcy. Declaring Bankruptcy: What Does It Really Mean? What does it mean to declare bankruptcy? Put simply, bankruptcy is a way of eliminating your legal responsibility for debts. It is usually the last resort for consumers in financial distress, that have no way to consolidate credit card debt and allowing them to liquidate…

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If you are familiar with Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, then you know what to expect here. There’s a lot of talk about sex, plenty of social drinking, fun innuendo and sassy insults. This isn’t the first time that Kim and Kourtney Kardashian have visited Miami. Two years previous to this series they were making their way through Florida before the end of Kim’s marriage after a record 72 days. Through this season, Kim is far more interested in Kanye West. West doesn’t appear in the show that often but there are plenty of pictures shown of the couple together…

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Why The Truth About Debt Consolidation Hurts Credit 9, Simple Path Financial, and Americor Funding have been flooding the market with unrealistic, low-rate debt consolidation offers. Even if your credit score is below 550, if you are on their mailing list, you will get a reservation code and a pre-approved offer for credit with interest rates as low as 4.99%. Debt consolidation is when taking all your unsecured loans, credit cards, and medical bills and combining them into one supposed “low monthly payment.” The truth about debt consolidation is that when you peel the layers and get to the bottom…

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It is now possible to increase your credit score even if you already have a lot of debt. In fact, consolidating your credit card debt with the help of a personal loan can also help you to increase your credit score by as much as 20 points or even more. This is because it has been estimated that, on average, most consumers who have consolidated their credit card debts have put a stop to their excessive spending habits. In the long run, many of these people manage to pay off close to 60 percent of their total credit card debt…

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