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  • Tax Implications When Selling a Home for a Loss

    Selling a home can make you feel like a weight has been lifted off your shoulders. When you no longer have to worry about the maintenance and upkeep of your home, you can also reduce worries about finances. Whether you have a house payment or not, there are still expenses to be addressed. Taxes and

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  • Shopping for Hard-to-Find Industrial Parts Online

    Your local parts stores may carry a moderate selection of inventory. Even so, you may be hard pressed to find parts like flow controllers and other gear that you need for your machinery and factory equipment. Rather than improvise or face buying a brand new, expensive machine, you can save time and money when you

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  • Top Performing Smartphones That will Cost less than 10K!

    The smartphone industry is surely facing a revolution of sorts where thousands of products are available in the market which makes it accessible to almost every segment of society. From phones as expensive as fifty grand to phones costing less than a few thousand, the smartphone arena has it all. One of the most top

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  • Lenovo Vibe X3

    Lenovo is best known for its slim and handy smartphones that promise some of the best features in the market. Lenovo also released some of the best smartphones in the market that have gained some very good popularity for its brand these days. The Vibe series, true to its name has given some good vibes

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  • The 10 slowest economies in the world

    Some countries bounced back relatively quickly after the global financial crisis, but others aren’t doing so hot. “Worryingly, the stalled recovery in some high-income economies and even some middle-income countries may be a symptom of deeper structural malaise,” Kaushik Basu, the World Bank’s chief economist and senior vice president, wrote. “What is critical is for

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  • Here’s why the IPO market is heating up

    The IPO market is finally starting to get going, and next week will be the biggest week of the year. Roughly 14 companies are slated to go public and will likely raise north of $2 billion. It’s been a lackluster start. There’s been 82 IPOs this year, about 40 percent below where we were last

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  • Why aren’t the markets worried about Greece?

      Why aren’t the markets worried about Greece? I have said for some time that the consequences of Greece leaving the euro zone may be far greater than anyone realizes, but the market thinks otherwise. The German stock market is rallying today, and is flat on the week. European markets are down only about 1

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