A proposal form is a legal document that seeks relevant information from you so that the insurance company understands you well.The proposal form will also ask you about your medical condition and any medical history
Third party VS Comprehensive Car insurance. Each year while renewing car insurance, most car owners have one single doubt:
Third party insurance or Comprehensive insurance: Which one to buy? To answer this question, you need to know the difference between the two plans. Let's find out in the video today!
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If you want to learn about overdraft accounts check out our video on how overdrafts work.
An arranged overdraft is when your bank lets you spend more money than you have in your account - up to an agreed overdraft limit. A bank overdraft can be helpful if you've got small expenses to cover or if you're a bit short of cash until you next get paid.
You can apply for an overdraft on your existing bank account, and you have control over your overdraft limit based on the amount you choose to apply for and how much you're approved for. When you apply for an overdraft there are usually overdraft fees that you need to be aware of, such as a set-up fee or monthly fee.
You'll need to pay back your overdraft and you'll need to pay interest as well, so paying it off quickly is a good idea. With an ASB Tertiary, job starter's or Graduate package, you could get an interest-free overdraft.
An ASB arranged overdraft can be a helpful way to manage unexpected expenses or times when you are short of cash.
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Read more about overdrafts here: https://blog.asb.co.nz/posts/2016/03/how-overdrafts-work.html
Arthur Russell explains why practising your booking keeping is essential if students want to achieve top marks in the Junior Cert Business exam...
The accounting section of the Junior Cert Business exam is challenging and requires significant attention to detail.
Arthur Russell, who has been teaching Business at The Institute of Education for 35 years, outlines some of the key things students must remember when completing this section and explains why practice and perseverance will help them secure a high grade in the exam...