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Using Zero Percent Interest Charge Cards To Your Benefit

by Blair Verge (2022-10-07)

If we use 0.2 times 10, this means we move the decimal on 0.2, one position to the right which changes it to the number 2. Then apply the divided by 10 to the initial number of 160 and use the rule for division to move the decimal space backwards one position. Therefore the number 160 is now 16.

I will continue to use the example of the two students who earned the 84% and 86% averages. For this example, the students earned their percentage scores entirely from multiple choice tests. (Students in the real world do more than just take multiple choice tests. However, for this example that's all they do.) 84% means that for every 100 multiple choice questions this student attempted to answer, this student answered 84 correctly. 86% means that for every 100 multiple choice questions this student attempted to answer, this student answered 86 correctly. By now you are probably thinking: Students' are not given tests with exactly 100 questions every time. What about a student that is given a test with only 75 questions, or the student who is given a test with 150 questions?

Remember this extra $173,239 was not due to working harder, putting additional money into the account or because of some weird bank error. This additional money was just for finding a bank account with one additional percent interest per year.

The next time your customer asks for something extra or something different, needs a little more care, compassion or effort, you can tell them it is "99 percent difficult" - or webpage -, you can deliver the 1 percent.

If you have one or more credit cards with a lot of payments overdue, it turns out problematic soon. Every company will charge fees and apply heavy interest for overdue accounts. Keeping track of all of them and organizing timely payments is hard. You really want to come out of this debt trap but interest and penalties will not allow you to do that easily.

A lot of people out there right now are simply copying what the leaders are doing and that is very obvious. Now I am not saying go in the other direction, but just take what is working for the pro's and change it up slightly. How about one percent change, like wear a funny hat, have your own personal unique intro, have a theme. Brand yourself.

Large number of opportunities exist every day and you can get up to 30 percent returns. Even a 2.5 percent return everyday for a month means doubling your money in 30 days. Once you get the 100 percent winners, open your account with two to four bookies, look for opportunities and just place your bets. The website will do the rest for you, structuring the bets so that you are in a win-win situation always. Believe me it's as easy as that.

Be Honest With Yourself: Once you ask yourself the questions above, make sure to answer them honestly. After all, only you know the answers to the questions and only you are empowered to make the changes necessary to make sure you're giving it your all.

So when you are handicapping, don't look at the speed figs, as they are called, look at any change from the horse's previous race and then pick the one that will pay well and surprise the crowd. You'll be surprised at how often you'll have a winner. Of course, there are no guarantees in life and horse racing is a risky business so your speculation should only be with money you can afford to lose.

The network marketing industry has earned a not so desirable reputation for having a high turn-over. Why? According to industry statistics, only 3 percent of the people who enter the industry ever make money. That money can represent anything from enough to cover the initial financial investment, to making millions of dollars, and everything in between. A sad statistic!