Washing machine loan. Washer or washer dryer – what should you choose?

admin / December 7, 2019

Everyday duties can be tedious and take a lot of time. No wonder so many people try to improve them. Modern household appliances, for example, a washing machine or a washer dryer can help. The question remains – whether to choose a washing machine that will only wash clothes, or maybe choose a washer-dryer that also automatically dries washed clothes?…

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Cheapest non-bank loan for 12 months

admin / November 28, 2019

Today it will be interesting, because as we entered the holiday season on the first day of December, it is worth taking a look at non-bank loan offers that can help us in a situation when the bank does not grant us the necessary credit. Especially for you, I will check today where you can get a non-bank loan at…

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Foreign Currency Loans – The First 100,000 Customers Receive a Notice This Week

admin / November 23, 2019

By the end of April, more than 1.7 million customer contracts will be sent by credit institutions for the settlement of foreign currency-denominated loans and forint-denominated mortgage loans. About 237,000 contracts will be settled in March and another 1,465 million in April. According to the MNB, for many tens of thousands of customers, the amount due in settlement is such…

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Debt Relief Order-useful tips for beginners – Debt consolidation

admin / November 18, 2019

  Reserved for the money? Here are some simple strategies to conserve just a little more: do not use ATMs at other banks and avoid costs for consumers; cancel cable-based film programs and preserve about a month; put all your change at the end of the day in a jar and save about a month; realize a sales garage and…

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Moody’s raises Peru’s debt quality above Investment Grade

admin / November 13, 2019

If a few days ago we collected and compared data on the levels of indebtedness and solvency between the “developed” and “emerging” countries (I have never liked these two words much), last week Moody’s raised Peru’s debt rating by foreign currency at Baa3 rating. The first level within the investment grade scale Due to the greater capacity of the Peruvian…

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Foreign currency loans – Taxation: The tax implications of the Settlement Act are unclear

admin / October 14, 2019

According to Good Finance, domestic financial institutions may have a problem with the tax implications of the Clearing Act that came into force a few weeks ago when settling foreign currency loans. The advisory states in its statement that, according to a preliminary timetable for the Clearing Act, which entered into force on November 1, banks and leasing companies will…

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