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Japan Provides Funding For Private Sector Investments

Japan Provides Funding For Private Sector Investments

GEORGETOWN, Guyana CMC – Japan is providing an US$2.9 million grant to Guyana that will allow the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) country to make funds available to the private sector at low interest rates. Foreign Affairs Minister, Carolyn Rodrigues-Birkett, who signed ...

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Tips For Getting The Best Price For Your Car

Tips For Getting The Best Price For Your Car

NC – Everyone wants the best price possible when selling their car. To do this, it’s important that you know what your vehicle is worth in the current market – and you will also want to practise how to up-sell ...

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How Writing A Will Could Save Your Family Heartache

How Writing A Will Could Save Your Family Heartache

NC – Eva Gabrielsson was the long-term partner of the hugely successful Swedish writer Stieg Larsson, author of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Eva and Stieg were together 30 years. But when Larsson died, Eva inherited nothing. Why? Because ...

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Teach Your Kids About Interest Rates

Teach Your Kids About Interest Rates

By Carla Hindman Director of Financial Education, Visa Canada  One of the most valuable financial lessons you can share with your kids before they leave the nest is to explain what interest rates are and how they work. The important ...

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Hacking & ID Theft: Are You Next?

Hacking & ID Theft: Are You Next?

7 Tips for Protecting Your Identity & Money  At least 110 million consumers were affected by the hack involving Target and Neiman Marcus retailers. Whether or not millions more will have their identities manipulated and finances ruined within the coming ...

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Prepare For A Stress-free Retirement

Prepare For A Stress-free Retirement

NC – No matter where you are in your life or career, retirement will arrive faster than you think. Once you stop working, maintaining your standard of living means replacing about 70 percent of your annual income every year. Achieving ...

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