Month: May 2017

Avoiding the Dreaded Overdraft Fee

If I ever find myself in a financial pinch, I turn to the Paypal money hack to bail me out. Sometimes I’ll need just a little bit of extra money to pay off my bills. I just use the hack in it really comes in handy. I’ve gotten out of a few scenarios where if I didn’t use hack, I would have gotten an overdraft fee from my bank account. I’ve gotten quite a few of those in the past, and they really have no hesitation about applying them. Just one overdraft will net a charge of $35. Any charges after that will cause another $35 to be added. If you don’t have a positive balance after five business days, you get another overdraft charge.

I first learned about the hack when I was searching for a way to avoid another overdraft. I had a bill that was coming up, but I didn’t have enough money to pay for all of it. I was looking at possibly taking out a pay day loan, because no one else would give me the money. [Continue reading…]

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Bailed Us out of Non-selling Units

We ran into a serious selling problem that required an outside Denver realtor to fix the problems. We build town home complexes in various cities and usually don’t have much problem moving the units at a rather tidy profit. We even survived the housing crisis relatively intact due to shrewd planning and a sense that the bottom was going to fall out of the market before it actually crashed. We cut back on our projects while our competitors rushed full speed ahead and ran into serious financial problems. What I’m trying to say is we’re pretty savvy about real estate.

A complex we put up in Denver gave us fits, however. [Continue reading…]

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