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Jewish Business Leaders Embrace a New Approach To Financial Management

There have been a lot of changes taking place and the business world during the past few years. Even during the past few months.

Jewish Business Leaders Embrace New Approach To Money Management

Why PCP could be the next PPI claims scandal

The most popular form of car finance, personal contact purchase (PCP), could emerge as the next PPI scandal.

Why PCP could be the next PPI claims scandal

Merchant Cash Advance: Express Lane To Debt, Or Bridge To Your Financial Future?

At MCH Financial, merchant cash advance serves as part of a larger plan for financial independence.

Merchant Cash Advance: Bridge To Your Financial Future?

How Are Regulations Changing the UK Financial Sector?

The UK Financial Sector is one of the world’s most sought after financial markets and one of the UK’s largest.

How are regulations changing the UK financial sector?

The growth of specialist finance

Over the last 10 years, there has been a noticeable increase in the role of specialist lending in the UK.

The growth of specialist finance

Improving your credit score

How to build and maintain the kind of credit record that will open financial doors for you, expand your opportunities.

Improving your credit score

Plan for serious economic volatility

Smart investors must keep aware of global trends and how they affect markets.

Our economy may experience serious volatility – let’s plan now

New in Israel? Take financial insight

What olim need to know about retirement planning, insurance, and Israeli pensions.

New in Israel? Take financial insight

Poll: Israelis Blame Netanyahu for Financial Woes

Poll gives Lapid good news, indicating he is held less to blame for weakening finances, as average poll results of last week released.

Poll Finds Israelis Blame Netanyahu for Financial Woes

Hamas Govt. Passes 2014 Budget Amid Plunging GDP

$784 million budget approved; GDP growth plummets from 26% to 3% in 2 years, unemployment rate at 30%.

Hamas Govt. Passes 2014 Budget Amid Plunging GDP

'Lapid Hitler Photo Adds to Global Anti-Semitism'

JNF issues harsh condemnation after a photo was published on Facebook depicting Israeli Minister of Finance Yair Lapid as Adolf Hitler.

'Lapid Hitler Photo Contributes to Anti-Semitism Worldwide'

Feiglin: I Found the Money – We Spent It on Oslo

Feiglin: We’ve heard how much ‘settlements’ cost, let’s see how much the political left costs.

Feiglin: I Found the Money – We Spent It on Oslo

Fayyad Urges New Elections in Farewell Address

Outgoing PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad urged the Ramallah government to hold new elections to reunite PA Arabs in Judea, Samaria and Gaza.

Fayyad Urges New Elections for PA Unity in Farewell Address

Anti-Debt Activist Pleased by Bennett’s Bill

Anti-debt NGO happy with Bennett’s proposal to strengthen the Post Office bank. ‘It’s time for real competition.’

Anti-Debt Activist Pleased by Bennett’s Bill

US Weekly Unemployment Claims Rise

New claims for US unemployment insurance benefits rose last week but were still in line with an improving trend in the jobs market.

US Weekly Unemployment Claims Rise

Fischer Named One of World’s Top Bankers

Bank of Israel Governor Stanley Fischer has been named one of the world’s top central bankers “during one of the toughest years on record.”

Fischer Named One of World’s Top Bankers

‘Dr. Doom’ Predicts ‘Bad’ Will Get Worse

The sputtering world economy is good news compared to what is around the corner, says “Dr. Doom” Roubini: Military clash with Iran.

‘Dr. Doom’ Predicts ‘Bad’ Will Get Worse

OECD to Israel: Great Job! But Crisis Not Over Yet

OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurria praises Israel on its management of the global fiscal crisis, but warns “it's not over yet.”

OECD: 'Pat on the Back and Move On - Crisis Not Over'player

Steinitz: We're Prepared to Help Contract Workers

The government is prepared to do much in order to protect the rights of contract workers, Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz said.

Steinitz: We're Prepared to Do a Lot for Contract Workers

In Israel, It Pays to be a Public Servant

State workers’ salaries went up by nearly 7% in 2010, according to annual report. Overall, public service income up by 3.5%.

In Israel, It Pays to be a Public Servant

Unemployment at New Low of 5.5%

Unemployment drops to 5.5%. Steinitz: this proves that Netanyahu's financial policies are sound.

Unemployment at New Low of 5.5%

Moody's israel Affiliate Rates Hapoalim Funds

Bank Hapoalim's long-term investments were rated AAA by the Israeli affiliate of the Moody's rating agency

Moody's Israel Affiliate Rates Hapoalim Funds AAA

It's Official: Real Income Down by 1.2%

Protesters feeling the pinch now have data to back them up, as surveys show a 1.2% drop in real income in March-May.

It's Official: Real Income Down by 1.2%

NIS 60b: What Social Quiet Costs

Just how much would it cost the Israeli taxpayer if the government tried to satisfy all the demands by protesters?

Just How Much Would it Cost to Satisfy Protesters' Demands?