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Are Verbal Agreements Legally Binding?

Are Verbal Agreements Legally Binding?

Verbal agreements can create legally binding contracts—only if the proper contractual elements are present. Learn about these elements, how they work in oral contracts, and when oral agreements aren’t enough.

/ October 30, 2019
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4 Things You Can Do if You Can’t Pay Rent on Time

Sometimes your spending habits or financial obligations can get away from you, and it can make for a stressful time when your rent is due. This blog post has four tactics you can use to help alleviate some of the...

/ July 10, 2018
4 Ways to Buy a Home Without a Mortgage

4 Ways to Buy a Home Without a Mortgage

Are you an aspiring homeowner? If you don’t qualify for mortgage financing or are simply curious about your options, here are four alternatives to a traditional mortgage.

/ March 30, 2017

Financial Aid 101: A Guide for Students

The financing options that are available for college students, including federal and private loans, scholarships, grants, and more.

/ August 11, 2015
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Getting Serious About Startups: Interview with Business Attorney Brian Rogers

Business attorney Brian Rogers answers our questions about small business law, from social media and e-signatures, to acquisition and angel investing. See his insightful responses in this post.

/ April 1, 2015
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Loans and Family: What 82% of Americans Would Do for Their Relatives

More Americans are now turning to family for loans in order to avoid defaulting on bank payments.

/ January 17, 2014