Socially Responsible Investing: What Is an ESG Score?

Posted on: 1 September 2020
Have you ever wanted to invest in the stock market, but you are not quite sure which businesses you want to support? That is a totally appropriate thought process, since many corporations do whatever they want with your money, regardless of whether or not it actually aligns with what you think. Fortunately, many organizations are now willing to share with you their philosophies in order to allow you to make socially responsible investments.
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The Pros & Cons Of Different Lengths Of Mortgage

Posted on: 23 April 2020
If you are thinking about purchasing a home, you need to think carefully about what type of mortgage terms you want for your loan. Different lengths of mortgage loans offer you different benefits and drawbacks to you as a borrower; it is important to understand all of this before determining the length of financing you want for your loan. 15-Year Mortgage A fifteen-year mortgage is one of the shorter mortgage terms on the market.
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4 Gaps You Need To Fill If You Want To Retire Early

Posted on: 11 November 2019
Do you want to retire early? More and more Americans are actively choosing to work toward the goal of retiring 10, 15, or even 20 years early. For some, this seems like a pipe dream. However, you can do it successfully by filling these key financial gaps: 1. Wants and Needs Americans have a hard time defining what is a 'want' and a 'need.' There is a fundamental gap between what people often know is a 'want' and what their emotions tell them about that expense.
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Three Things You Should Know About Making Bail After An Arrest

Posted on: 9 September 2019
If you find yourself placed under arrest, you will be taken to jail and processed. At some point, you will appear before a judge for an arraignment where the charge or charges will be read, and you will enter a plea. If you plead not guilty, there will be the issue of bail. This is the amount of a bond or the money deposited with the court to assure you will make your court date.
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