10 Minute Guide to Smart Borrowing

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Macmillan Spectrum/Alpha, 1996 - Business & Economics - 138 pages
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Figuring out what type of loan and which terms are the most advantageous is a challenge. This book offers tips on finding the lowest interest rates, alternate loan sources, as well as advice on how to much money can be borrowed safely. Graphics.

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Contents

What Is Smart Borrowing?
1
Check Your Financial Health
8
Picking a Lender
16
Investing in a House
24
Finding the Right Mortgage
31
Buying a Second Home
38
Borrowing Against Your House
43
The MultiPurpose Home Equity Line
50
Borrowing Against Your Retirement Fund
76
Borrowing Against Insurance Policies and Certificates of Deposit
82
Financing a Small Business
88
Financing a New or Used Car
94
Should You Lease or Buy?
101
Your Tax Deduction on Home Mortgages and Other Loans
108
Your Tax Deduction on Loans for Investment
115
If Youre Turned Down for a Loan
121

Refinancing Your House
57
Borrowing Against Yourself
63
Borrowing Against Stocks Bonds and Mutual Funds
69
When You Cant Pay Your Loan
128
Index
134
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About the author (1996)

Hetzer writes on personal finance, small business, and other work issues.

BARBARA WAGNER is a business writer and author of 10 Minute Guide to Working with Financial Advisors, How Can I Ever Afford Children? Money Skills for New and Experienced Parents (Wiley), and Smart Guide(TM) to Maximizing Your 401(k) Plan (Wiley). Her work has also appeared in BusinessWeek and Working Mother magazine.

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