Month: October 2015

People Have Some Intriguing Ideas About Peer-to-Peer Lending

Peer-to-peer, or marketplace, loan providers have been growing quick as theyseek to interrupt the conventional world of banking by linking borrowers directlywith loan providers. As they develop, however, they’re bumping versus a host of old and brand-new rules, including a current court decision that might make it more challenging for them to lend. They’re likewise …

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Research Analysts Offer Predictions For Cardinal Financial’s FY2016 Incomes …

Boenning Scattergood enhanced their FY2016 earnings per share (EPS) approximates for Cardinal Financial (NASDAQ: CFNL) in a report issued on Thursday, Zacks Investment Research study reports. Boenning Scattergood expert M. Schultheis now anticipates that the brokerage will earn $1.60 per share for the year, up from their previous price quote of $1.55. The consensus quote …

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College Planning: 7 Steps To Filing The FAFSA

Now that college application season has actually begun, its time for students and households to think about college expenses and how theyre going to pay them. The key to college funding is the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Help, which every school, both public and private, uses to compute just how much aid …

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Are BofA’s 1 Million New Credit Cards An Excellent ProphecyA Promise?

The winning ticket for bank incomes in the next 3 months– and rather possibly future quarters– is probablyin your wallet today. While investment banking and home loan financing were a drag on revenues in the 3rd quarter, some banks saw their charge card businesses carry out well as they addedclients, tapped retailer collaborations, and had …

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Apple Store Worker Charged With Utilizing Bogus Credit Cards To Buy Almost $1 …

A 24-year-old male has been charged with grand larceny and other criminal activities for presumably re-coding credit and debit cards while working at the Apple shop in the Queens Center Shopping mall and utilizing them to buy genuine Apple gift cards worth almost $1 million. Ruben Profit, of Cambria Heights in Queens, New York, started …

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