Advice Chaser Blog
What Is an Accredited Investor?
An accredited investor is someone who can trade investments that are not registered by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
Starting a Nonprofit
There are over 1.5 million nonprofits in the US. If you want to start a nonprofit, there are distinct steps you’ll need to take.
How to Invest in Futures
Futures are a derivative asset, representing a contract to buy or sell something at a certain price on a certain date.
How To Sell Your Used Car
Do you have a used car that you want to sell? Here are some general guidelines for getting started and choosing the best option for you.
How Much Is Your Collection Worth?
If you collect anything—from art, to memorabilia, to toys—you may want to know how your collection affects your larger financial picture.
Buying and Selling a House at the Same Time
Is there a way around having to buy and sell a house at the same time? There are a few things you can do to avoid playing musical houses.
Is Gold a Good Hedge Against Inflation?
At a time like this, some recommend collecting gold as an alternative to keeping your money in bills or the bank.
How to Sponsor a Work Visa for an Employee
When the ideal candidate is the citizen of another nation whom you want to bring to the US, you will have to sponsor their work visa.
Is It Worth It to Lease a Car?
Leasing appeals to many drivers because it has a much lower average monthly payment than taking out a loan for an equally new car.
Trade School: Is It Worth It?
College costs are increasing far faster than salaries. Is learning a trade a viable alternative to getting a college degree?
Managing Retirement Income and Required Minimum Distributions
Throughout your working years, you get used to earning a paycheck. Managing your income after retirement is a whole different animal.
Hiring Overseas Labor for Your Business
What if the best person for the job is in another country? Can you legally hire labor from overseas?
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