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How to write down each month borrowing over past month

Since Pandemic I had lost my job and borrowed money or money sent by my parents from saving but I couldn't write it down as I am financially illiterate/bad with maths. Now and in past, it has caused ...
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Why do business loan interest rates vary that much?

this might be a very basic and stupid question, but I've just recently started considering bank loans for my business (Covid...) and I have no experience with this world whatsoever. I've noticed that ...
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Is there a price point beyond which it no longer makes sense to buy an apartment or house?

I am in a very frustrating situation right now. I have accumulated a decent amount of value in cash and stocks. My wife and I however are still living in a rented small flat in our town in Austria ...
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Repossession fee refund after 8 years [duplicate]

2013 our car was repossessed by WellsFargo Dealer Services It was sold at auction and fell off my credit report this year. Today I received a check for$125 from an over charge of the repossession fee. ...
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What are the legal and tax implications of crypto lending?

With high interest rates for crypto loans, I'm currently thinking of lending out my cryptocurrency on a crypto lending platform like Celsius Network. However, I'm not too sure about the implications ...
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Would being a co-applicant on a loan have any impact on minimum payment each month?

My mother and I are considering getting a loan through the Dividend Finance programme to have a solar panel installed. My mother filled out the primary applicant section of the application and is ...
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Avalilability of very short term loan options for non-salary individual in India

I am a student and I have a non-salary account. I mean, I am not getting salary and getting money every month as scholarship. The amount I am getting as scholarship is not less and is at-least ...
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Remaining Balance Formula for Actual/360 and Actual/Actual Accrual Methods

Is there a concise formula for calculating the remaining balance of a loan with actual/360 and actual/actual accruals? I know for 30/360 amortizations, the remaining balance is just the FV of the ...
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Formula for time taken to pay off loan with annual interest and monthly repayments

I am trying to find how to work out the period of time it will take to pay off a loan. There are plenty of online calculators out there but I cannot find the formula they use. I want to recreate the ...
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Do collateralized loans impact your credit score?

Do collateralized loans impact your credit score? Such as a securities loan collateralized by your stocks, a refinance on your home, a personal loan collateralized by a car, and so on.
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How fast will my credit score increase?

I have 12k in students loans (all of which isnt required to start making payments until Q4 2021) owed to non-government lenders, and have roughly a 1.5k credit balance currently, with 3 lines of ...
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What happens to the dividends when you enter into a securities-based line of credit or "portfolio loan"?

For this example let's say you have a stock portfolio that is paying you dividends and you take out a securities-based line of credit against the portfolio from your local bank. What happens to the ...
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Is buying a mortgaged property profitable?

I am planning to buy a property and wondering if this property is worth buying. A. Price of property including everything: Rs 45 lacks B. Down payment: Rs 5 lacks C. Loan/Mortgage (C = A-B): Rs 40 ...
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401K Loan - Company switched providers and rules

My company (a large health co) merged with a larger Pharm Co. In this process, we basically got all the Pharm Co benefits. When with the health co, I took out a 401k loan which had the provisions that ...
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What is the cheapest way to pay off this loan?

I recently took out a loan in order to buy a car for work. The contract is over a five year term, with a total of 60 monthly repayments, at an interest rate of 13% pa. The way the lender wants me to ...
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Borrow and return HSA funds in same tax year - taxes and/or penalty?

I've had an Health Savings Account for several years now, and I know I can only take out funds from it for qualified medical expenses. I'm wondering if there will be any taxes and/or penalties if I do ...
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If the loan interest is lower than inflation rate, does it mean it would be less expensive to take a loan and spend now, than save to buy later?

I am considering to buy an upright piano. For that, I have been planning the budget I would need and how much I would have to spend/save to be able to buy it . A few things to consider: The piano ...
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How can such a thing as a "fully collateralized" Bitcoin loan exist?

Let's say I want to buy a house, but I don't want to spend any of my 10 BTC. So I want to borrow 1 BTC. In order for me to not be able to scam whoever lends me that 1 BTC, I have to "fully ...
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Can I use my lot as security on a credit line?

I purchased an empty lot next to my house. I'm very glad to have it, but I did naively think that perhaps that I could use this lot as something like a credit card. Using it as collateral for a ...
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Would a hypothetical, ever-appreciating asset allow for infinite collateralized loan-rolling?

If I owned a hypothetical asset that was deemed extremely safe, and permanently increased in value over time (allowing me to borrow a similar percentage of the asset's value each time the loan reached ...
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Taking out a 401K Loan vs. Liquidating Investments - what's better?

Let's assume the following: I need $50K for various expenditures (aka simply spending, not paying off CC debt or putting the money somewhere else). I can either liquidate regular taxable investments ...
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How does 401k loan default after you left your job?

I'm trying to find some basic answers here but having a very hard time. I have a job currently and I'm about to lose it. I have pulled out a 401k loan and paying it back through the payroll deduction. ...
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My parents live in England. I live and file taxes in the US. I want to make them an interest free loan to buy a house. Payable at death / house sale

I considered purchasing it as joint tenants in common but that triggers stamp duty on the entire purchase as I’m a non UK resident. I thought they may be able to amend their will to represent the ...
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What is a difference between "Tender Offer" and "Tender & Offer"?

Would someone be so kind to please answer me on two different questions: First: I'm aware tender offer has something to do with getting the stocks directly from shareholders, according to some ratio, ...
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How do I know whether zero-percent finance or bank loan is cheapest option?

I have been considering purchasing a car. There are two methods I use to pay for it: Method 1: The advertised price is $6,000 but there is a “Zero Percent Finance” offer that the shop has ...
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Can my property be taken as a payment for a relative's loans?

My aunt went to several loans to which she isn't capable of paying as of now. Now, the lenders are visiting our house and trying to find her and she currently lives in the same residence with me, ...
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If I pay off a lien on a car, do I own that vehicle?

My boyfriend and I have been together for 13 years. He has been separated from his wife for 20 years. He has a lien on his car, and he did not will it to anyone. If I pay the lien, do I own it?
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Bank treating loan as asset

I understand bank treat loan as asset but isn't it the cash reserve being transferred from bank to borrower, resulting in reduction of cash reserve of bank and hence reducing its lending power. From ...
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Have I correctly understood the logic of lending money to a bank? [closed]

Let's say that I am able to convince my local bank to borrow 1 Bitcoin from me today, with them allowed to hold it for at least a year before I am able to ask them to give it back. After a year, if I ...
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Deposit and lending real money

It is universal that banks use deposits for lending and make money in the form of interests. My query is if bank utilising the deposit for lending,why it isn't reflected in depositors account? Say for ...
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why would a mortgage lender be asking someone a year away from retirement about their pre-retirement income?

My 69yo mother is looking to buy a new house (and sell her current one). Based on what she's expecting to get for her current house, how much she still owes on her current house and how much a new ...
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Loan com. Sent me $$ and asked me to send it back to get a larger loan [closed]

A loan company sent me $$ and then asked that I send it back on a Google Play Card. In order to receive a larger sum loan. Is this a Scam
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Can my dad remove himself from my car loan?

I bought a new car from a dealership, and my dad agreed in front of my husband and my mother to co-sign for me. The dealership allowed me to take the paperwork out to my dad's house and have him sign ...
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Home sale payment

My questions refer to real estate in the US. When the buyer pays cash (i.e. without taking a loan), would it usually mean that the buyer will have to pay the whole amount in a single payment? Or is ...
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What formula would I use to calculate the percent of an APR if I knew the payment, principal, and interest?

I'm writing a blog article about potential scenarios in which I might lend someone money and explain how interests work. In my example, I am lending someone $400 and agreed to pay back $100. With no ...
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If I owe £100k as a directors loan, do I have to pay back £100k

If I have a directors loan of £100k taken out in the UK and I am now look to pay this back. Would I be looking to pay the full £100k or is it calculated differently? I am slightly confused here, when ...
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Withdraw a covered call premium right away

Let's say that I have $50k in my brokerage account. My broker will let me buy double my account's value on margin. I can buy 100 shares of TSLA at $820 per share and then sell a one year covered call ...
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Can a bank continue to allocate payments to interest even after they have taken what the contract states?

I purchased a car, borrowing money from a bank for the auto loan. Long story short, I asked the bank for a detailed history of my payments, and they sent me a document that shows every payment I've ...
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Paying taxes on a converted old retirement account to a Roth IRA from a 401K loan from current employer?

I have an old 403B plan, I am 47 years old and would like to convert part of it to a Roth. I would like to convert $100k to the Roth, but will then have to pay taxes on the conversion. Lets just say ...
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How does a bank lend your money while you have constant access to it?

How do banks / fintechs lend your money while you have constant access to it, ie. can withdraw at any moment? I assume there is some kind of liquidation pool, but how exactly is that managed with ...
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Does paying down the principal change monthly payments?

I have a 16,000.00 loan at 6.49%. If I pay 6,000.00 on the principal, will it lower my payment? Will it reduce interest each month and reflect on my payment?
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Is my back-of-the-envelope calculation about taking out a loan to invest into the markets flawed?

With the recent economic struggles due to the Covid-19 pandemic the stock market seems to be even more interesting for personal investments. Taking out a loan might be one of the ways to gather or ...
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Will rising interest rates boost financial stocks?

Would rising interest rates (as set by fiscal and monetary policy) increase the profitability of companies that lend out money, and thus increase their equity value?
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Question for Xenith (Eikon) Expert - Is the following data available...?

In the ''Universe'' tab are many different options: Government and Corporate Bonds, Equities, Funds, Indices, Equity & Index Derivatives, Companies/Issuers, Commodities, FX & Money, Benchmarks ...
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Choosing between a deep discount bond and a loan with variable interest rate

I was wondering what kind of a method should be used to choose between a deep discount bond and a loan with variable interest. Since one option has a fixed rate, and the other has a variable interest ...
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Tracking Loan Made to someone in Mint

I loaned my son money for his car and he is now paying this back with monthly payments. Is there a way to track that within Mint? Tried setting up different account types, but none of them seem ...
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Can you hire a cosigner online? And does it work? Has anyone tried it? [duplicate]

I am looking to hire a co-signer online for a loan that’s been approved pending co-signer approval. I completely comprehend that my financial assessment is sketchy however I would like to offer some ...
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Why can't you get a loan against your IRA?

I'm trying to borrow against my IRA but for personal reasons rather than one of the 8-9 approved reasons. Does anyone know why it's prohibited? Is there any way around this?
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How can I protect against my proxy incurring fines or charges on my library card?

My small town USA university provides me free interlibrary loans. They confirmed that I can authorize anyone as a proxy like these quotes. For confidentiality, I don't want to name my university or ...
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Was 50k loan limit always a part of the 401k program and are there any ways around it?

I got a loan from my 401k that I repaid a while back and I don't remember anything about a $50k limit. Now I am buying a new house before I sell mine and the $50k limit seems to be ridiculous since ...
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