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    • Traci Green Evans

      Collecting Money from Friends for Group Events

    • Claudia Sascău

      All in the family: loans from relatives or friends | Home tips - Private loans are an increasingly popular way to finance a home: About 7% of first-time homebuyers borrow money from family or friends, according to the 2008 NAR “Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.” (And that’s just for their down payment. It doesn’t include those lucky buyers whose parents lend them the entire purchase amount.) Read more: http://home.tipsdiscover.com/family-loans-relatives-friends/#ixzz2n01CTnbL

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      What is the Best Ettiquette for Collecting Money for Group Events? How to manage your group events more efficiently Are you the person that is always planning the next group activity? The next Bachelor Party? The next Fantasy Football League? The next Little League Sports League for your kids? I have always bee...

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