My Custom Essay Writers Sun, 15 May 2022 06:24:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 My Custom Essay Writers 32 32 Handwritten manuscript of Herzl’s utopian ‘Altneuland’ exhibited for the first time Sat, 14 May 2022 10:37:36 +0000

The original handwritten German manuscript of Theodor Herzl’s novel ‘Altneuland’ (Old New Land) went on public display this week for the first time at the Herzl Center in Jerusalem, as part of a new exhibit celebrating 120 years of its publication.

The utopian novel, published in 1902, described the vision of the founder of modern Zionism for a Jewish state.

According to the center’s website, the new exhibit features a tour of Herzl’s study, which now features the manuscript, and an additional exhibit that connects Herzl’s vision of a Jewish state to the modern state of Israel.

“It’s like touching the handwriting of one of the writers of the Old Testament, maybe even Moses,” Herzl Center President Uri Zaki told Channel 13, explaining the value of the manuscript.

“If I have to, I can give you an estimate – each page is insured at the moment for $1 million, and ‘Altneuland’ has 396 pages,” he said.

Susan Burns, curator at the Central Zionist Archives, who loaned the manuscript to the museum, said Herzl envisioned a future society with light rail as a mode of transportation and electronic newspapers read by an enlightened public.

“Some of what he wrote is prophecy,” she said.

Theodor Herzl on the balcony of the Hotel Les Trois Rois in Basel, Switzerland, 1897. (CC-PD-Mark, via Wikigamad, Wikimedia Commons)

The Zionist utopian novel was published six years after Herzl’s political pamphlet “Der Judenstaat” (The Jewish State) laid out its author’s vision for the return of the Jewish people to their homeland.

“Altneuland” beginning with the famous phrase “if you want it, it’s not a dream”, recounts the Viennese Jewish intellectual Friedrich Löwenberg and the Prussian aristocrat named Kingscourt, who are about to settle on a island in the Pacific when they stop over in Palestine ruled by the Ottomans.

They find a poor and sparsely populated land and leave disappointed. However, deciding to return from isolation in the Pacific 20 years later, they find a developed and cosmopolitan Jewish state.

Herzl, who began his career as a journalist, is considered the father of political Zionism. On August 29, 1897, he called the first Zionist congress in the city of Basel. Some 200 participants from 17 countries, including 69 delegates from various Zionist societies, attended what is considered a watershed moment in the effort to establish a Jewish state.

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It’s time to rethink debt consolidation Thu, 12 May 2022 09:01:54 +0000

“Consolidating debt in this way can be a vital lifeline for borrowers, reducing their monthly interest payments and giving them greater control over their monthly finances.”

To fight against this inflation, the Bank of England used its main tool: interest rates. The latest increase in the prime bank rate from 0.75% to 1% means rates are now at their highest level since 2009.

Each item that becomes more expensive puts additional pressure on the pockets of strained consumers. This is taking place against a backdrop where many are already feeling the pressure as we emerge from the economic devastation of the Covid pandemic.

Research from Pepper Money’s latest Adverse Credit Study found that 81% of people with adverse credit said a £100 increase in their bills would have a significant impact on their finances.

On top of that, almost a third (32%) of people with bad credit said they had increased their level of debt over the past 12 months and, with the rising cost of borrowing, the cost of service of this debt will only increase. upper.

Unfortunately, there is not much people can do about the cost of essentials, while there are steps they can take when it comes to managing their monthly debt servicing expenses, which is likely to become more expensive due to recent interest rate hikes. .

One way to do this is to pay down unsecured debt and revolving credit by increasing secured borrowing, either through a mortgage, new advance, or second mortgage.

There are always considerations for converting unsecured debt to secured debt and potentially increasing the length of time the debt is repaid. But under the right circumstances, consolidating debt in this way can be a vital lifeline for borrowers, lowering their monthly interest payments and giving them greater control over their monthly finances.

Consolidating revolving credit in this way not only allows customers to reduce their monthly expenses, but can also give them a realistic path to debt relief, as the balance will eventually be paid off if all payments are made.

For clients who choose to consolidate their debt, how they do so will depend on their own circumstances and needs. When speed and flexibility are important considerations, a second mortgage can be a good option, with approvals available within 24 hours and loans up to 80% LTV.

There are so many potential benefits of debt consolidation for so many people, especially in today’s economic environment, yet the concept of debt consolidation remains shrouded in negativity, seen as a desperate measure taken by desperate people.

I firmly believe that this is an erroneous and very damaging misconception. In fact, rather than being a desperate step, I think consolidating debt in this way can be a very smart and proactive move to take control of spending and pay off outstanding balances. After all, reducing the cost of borrowing is a smart financial decision, and reducing monthly expenses to improve cash flow can have a very positive impact on the lifestyle of many families.

So, I think it’s time to rethink debt consolidation. Maybe we should even rename it, something like “proactive debt management”. Whatever we call it, however, there is no doubt that brokers have a great opportunity to make a big difference in the lives of their clients right now. Consolidating existing debt could help so many people cope with the rising cost of living. It’s time to make them aware of their options.

Meghan Markle’s biographer makes a bold statement about her journey to success Wed, 11 May 2022 22:23:00 +0000

It’s clear from Meghan Markle’s transition from TV actress to Hollywood A-Lister, entrepreneur and philanthropist that she has a clear vision of who she is and the role she wants to play in the world. Some speculate that due to the issues she picked and the way she showed her support, she may have future plans to run for political office.

Meghan has a degree in theater and international relations from Northwestern University. Many believe this not only shows his interest in politics, but also speaks to his intellect, according to Express. The publication notes that she also interned at the United States Embassy in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

A California-based PR expert speculated that Meghan would do particularly well in California because of the issues she is passionate about. This includes the “Paid Leave for All” campaign, where she lobbied politicians to ensure paid parental leave in the United States. “I just got the phone number, I’m calling and having a chat,” she said at a November 2021 event (via The New York Times).

But when criticized for being political, Meghan explained that paid family leave was not a partisan issue. “It sets us up for economic growth and success,” she explained. “It also allows people to spend this very sacred time with family.”

Vida increases both maximum LTV for debt consolidation and loan size Wed, 11 May 2022 11:35:19 +0000

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Al Jazeera accuses Israel of killing journalist Shireen Abu Akleh Wed, 11 May 2022 10:43:19 +0000

The media AlJazeera accused Israeli forces “deliberately targeted and killed our colleague” on Wednesday after Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot in the face while covering a raid on Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.

In a statementthe Al Jazeera Media Network said Abu Akleh – who worked as the publication’s correspondent in Palestine – was wearing a press jacket that clearly identified him as a journalist when Israeli forces shot her “with live ammunition”.

AlJazeera, which is based in Qatar, called the attack a “blatant murder”, saying Abu Akleh, 51, was “murdered in cold blood”. Abu Akleh was an American citizen.

The statement continued:

Al Jazeera Media Network condemns this heinous crime, which only aims to prevent the media from doing their duty. AlJazeera holds the Israeli government and occupation forces responsible for Shireen’s murder. It also calls on the international community to condemn and hold the Israeli occupying forces accountable for the intentional targeting and killing of Shireen.

The Israeli authorities are also responsible for the targeting of AlJazeera producer Ali al-Samudi, who was also shot in the back while covering the same event, and is currently undergoing treatment.

AlJazeera extends its heartfelt condolences to Shireen’s family in Palestine and her extended family around the world, and we are committed to pursuing the perpetrators legally, no matter how hard they try to cover up their crime, and to bringing them to justice.

Footage from the scene shows the moments after Abu Akleh was shot.

(Warning: the video is disturbing)

The Israeli government quickly denied responsibility for killing Abu Akleh and wounding al-Samudi, saying they may have been shot by “Palestinian gunmen”.

“There is a good chance that it was armed Palestinians, who fired wildly, that caused the unfortunate death of the journalist,” said Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.

But al-Samudi, talk to the Associated press following the incident, dismissed the Israeli government’s account as a “complete lie”.

“He said they were all wearing protective gear that clearly identified them as journalists, and walked past the Israeli troops to let the soldiers know they were there,” he added. PA reported. “He said a first shot missed them, then a second hit him and a third killed Abu Akleh. He said there were no militants or other civilians in the region, only journalists and the army.”

An outpouring of grief and tributes followed the news of Abu Akleh’s murder.

Yousef Munayyer, a Palestinian-American political analyst, wrote on Twitter that “Shireen was one of the bravest and oldest Palestinian journalists and an inspiration to so many Palestinians, especially young women in the field of journalism”.

In a interviewAbu Akleh’s friend and colleague, Dalia Hatuqa, said Shireen “was there in every city, every Palestinian town, village, alley, refugee camp”.

“Everyone knew his name,” Hatuqa continued. “Everyone welcomed her. She wanted to do the stories that no one else wanted to do. And she gave voice to a lot of people that we wouldn’t have heard of otherwise.”

Using a home equity loan for debt consolidation Wed, 11 May 2022 08:04:51 +0000

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Sometimes it makes sense to put all your eggs in one basket.

Consolidating your debt can help streamline your repayment plan and hopefully save you money in the long run. But when using your home as collateral to secure your existing debt, either through a home equity loan or a line of credit (HELOC), there are a few additional factors to consider, starting with the fact that a default could end up costing you your home.

How to Consolidate Debt Using Your Home Equity

Debt can pile up quickly, and you could find yourself dealing with multiple payments a month for things like your mortgage, credit cards, and student loans.

“Most consumers are dealing with some type of unsecured debt, and COVID has definitely made it more difficult to manage,” says Jeffrey Arevalo, financial wellness expert at GreenPath Financial Wellness.

Consolidating your debt means taking out a big loan and using it to pay off your other existing debt. This way, you will only have one loan payment to make each month, ideally with a lower interest rate on that single loan than you have on your other existing loans.

For example, if your credit card charges you 16% interest on your lingering credit card debt and you consolidate that loan into a home equity line of credit with a rate of around 5%, you’re going to save a lot of money. money on interest.

“For someone struggling to pay off debt, not growing fast enough, paying high interest rates, or just plain overwhelmed, I would consider debt consolidation,” Arevalo says.

For those with decent equity in their home, a home equity loan or home equity line of credit (HELOC) may be good tools to consider – if you can qualify. A home equity loan is similar to a traditional loan: you’ll receive a lump sum at the start of your term, then monthly payments (plus interest) until you repay what you borrowed. A home equity line of credit is more like a credit card. It’s a revolving line of credit, which means you choose how much you spend on the line as you go, and then have a repayment period to pay back what you borrowed ( plus interest).

Is it a good idea to use the equity in your home to consolidate your debt?

You should seriously think about your repayment plan and whether the underlying behaviors that led to your debt in the first place are going to continue before you take out a home equity loan or debt consolidation line of credit.

“You want to be so careful when turning unsecured debt into secured debt,” Arevalo says. “If you were to default on a home equity loan or home equity line of credit, you could risk things like foreclosure.”

Yes, you risk losing your home if you don’t make your payments.

“I think it’s a dangerous world to borrow from your house to pay off your credit cards, because so often we don’t change our behavior. We end up putting all our piles of debt into one massive pile,” says Craig Lemoinedirector of the Academy for Home Equity in Financial Planning at the University of Illinois.

But if you do it right and make diligent payments, it can be a way to save money on paying off your debt.

Taking out high-interest loans and consolidating them into a HELOC or home equity loan “could potentially save you thousands of dollars a month,” says Darren Q. Englishdevelopment loan officer at Quontic.

Again, make sure you’ve addressed the underlying circumstances that led to your debt in the first place.

“If it turns out that they can save a lot more money on interest and they’re okay with turning unsecured debt into secured debt, that’s when a home equity loan would have meaningful,” says Arevalo. “But any behaviors or circumstances that led to the accumulation of debt in the first place must be taken into account.”

You’ll want to take a holistic approach to your situation to find out if this strategy makes sense. Think about all your income and debts, other common bills you pay, and your cash flow.

“Sometimes getting a loan or a consolidation won’t solve that underlying problem. It could just be a band-aid,” Arevalo says.

Home equity loan vs HELOC for debt consolidation

The principles of using either product for debt consolidation are the same: you’ll take out your HELOC loan or home loan, use it to pay off existing debt, and then just worry about that existing loan.

A home equity loan is a more structured traditional loan. You’ll withdraw a lump sum, against your home, and generally consumers can use it to eliminate debt “fairly quickly,” according to Arevalo.

You will have a fixed interest rate for a home equity loan. This means that you will lock in your interest rate at the start of your loan term and it will not change.

A HELOC, on the other hand, offers a bit more flexibility. It’s similar to a credit card, and so your payments will vary depending on how much you spend on your line. Your interest rate will also be variable with a home equity loan, which means that if rates go up, you will be subject to higher interest payments.

With a home equity loan in particular, you’re more likely to have to pay closing costs and get your home appraised, although some lenders require the same for HELOCs. These will be reimbursable costs.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Home Equity for Debt Consolidation


  • Consolidate multiple debts into one payment

  • Save money on interest

  • Simplify repayment (only one payment to worry about, instead of several)

The inconvenients

  • Convert unsecured debt to secured debt

  • You could lose your home if you don’t make your payments

  • May not qualify for an ideal interest rate

  • Need to have good credit and a decent amount of home equity to qualify for a home equity loan

Alternative Debt Consolidation Options

If you’re considering debt consolidation but aren’t sure if it’s right for you, contact a consulting agency who can help you with your decision.

If you’re worried about turning your unsecured debt into secured debt, a balance transfer credit card might help. You can also get a personal loan depending on the amount of debt you need to pay off. Both of these options have their own pros and cons, so do your research before diving in.

Whatever you choose to do, “be careful not to just move your debt to different places instead of dealing with it head-on,” says Arevalo.

BTL mortgage for debt consolidation Tue, 10 May 2022 08:00:00 +0000

Summary of the case

  • Buy to rent mortgage
  • Capital raised for £29,000 debt consolidation
  • Recently missed mortgage payment
  • Client living in the property

What we have achieved for the client

  • Overcame recent missed mortgage payment
  • Overcome that the client had not yet left the property
  • Capital raised for debt consolidation into one manageable payment method
  • Overcame tight rental calculations with the best slicing solution

The stakes of the case

In this case, the client wanted to remortgage a property on a rental mortgage, when it was currently the client’s home. They owned another property, which they intended to move into, but during our initial discussions, there were tenants on site.

The client was waiting for the end of the notice period to take possession of the property in order to move into it.

Generally, mortgage lenders will not accept a case where the person named on the mortgage still lives in the property. Indeed, it could be a sign that the applicant does not intend to rent the property, which would be against the terms of the mortgage. Most lenders will want to see that the property is already rented to a third party tenant.

In this case, the lender was happy to accept that the client moved to another property.

The reason for the mortgage was to pay off debt, credit cards and a loan. So the client was looking to raise capital on the property he was living in to do this and then move into a second property he owned.

Overcome a Recent Missed Mortgage Payment with a Buy-to-Rent Application

There were several reasons why fundraising presented a challenge.

First, the client had missed a mortgage payment 6 months prior to speaking to us. For any mortgage lender, including buy-to-let, this poses an element of risk to a deal. Indeed, anyone borrowing who has not been able to maintain payments on a loan may be vulnerable to facing the same challenges in the future.

Of course, the circumstances that led to this may have been temporary, but regardless, when comparing two similar applications where this was the only difference, many lenders would not accept this which would be assessed as a recent problem on an applicant’s credit. the story.

Our adviser overcame this by researching lenders who offered greater flexibility over the applicant’s credit history. When the advisor pursued a policy decision, the lender took that factor back into the application and it was manually assessed by the lender for viability and approved.

Using top-slicing to overcome narrow rental coverage in the affordability calculation

Our second challenge, on raising the necessary funds, was that the rent calculation for the security property was very tight. This meant that rental income alone did not justify the affordability calculation, for the loan the client needed.

Our advisor overcame this problem by looking for lenders who could offer the client “top slicing”.

This is where a lender will consider an applicant’s excess personal income, to support a calculation of mortgage affordability.

Some lenders will offer a higher severance, as they are happy to accept that, if tenants stop paying rent in order to cover the mortgage payment, the mortgage holder could and would use their personal income in the meantime to maintain mortgage payments.

This is a very useful area of ​​criteria for many applicants with low rental income, but who have excess personal income.

In this case, our advisor was able to raise capital up to 75% of the loan to value, which generated the total sum the client needed to pay his outstanding debts from credit cards and a loan .

If you are looking to remortgage a buy to let property and you have experienced issues with your credit history, we may also be able to help and raise capital for you.

Contact an advisor directly by calling our toll-free number above or inquire online.

Think carefully before securing other debts on your property. Your property can be repossessed if you do not continue to pay your mortgage.

By consolidating your debts into a mortgage, you may have to pay more over the entire term than you would with your existing debt.

Meg ‘trampled on others to get to the top like a politician,’ says biographer Mon, 09 May 2022 22:18:00 +0000

MEGAN Markle “trampled on others to get to the top like a politician,” her biographer said.

Journalist Tom Bower has said his next tell-all book will contain ‘extraordinary insight’ into the Duchess of Sussex’s rise to royalty.


Meghan Markle acted like a ‘politician or tycoon’ to get to the top, biographer saysCredit: The Mega Agency
Tom Bower says the Duchess of Sussex


Tom Bower says Duchess of Sussex ‘trampled on others’ on her journey to becoming a royal

According to the Daily Mail, Bower claimed the book would contain stories of the Royal’s ‘victims’.

Asked by GB News’ Mark Dolan about his book, Bower replied: “Well actually I’ve finished it and it will be out very soon.

“It’s a story, an untold story. I found out things that are really quite extraordinary about him.

“And I think the public perception of him will either be confirmed, or outraged, or at least it will be a big surprise.”

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He continued: “It turned out to be… very, very difficult work because people were quite reluctant to speak up and she and her lawyers had done a very good job of keeping people quiet, but I got through it. [to] sufficient.

“And it’s a great story. It’s an amazing story of a woman who came from nothing and is now a global figure and has trampled all those others down the path that’s classic for the kind of people I always choose whether it’s a politician or a tycoon.”

Experts previously had a different opinion, citing that Meghan often enjoyed luxury as a child thanks to her father Thomas Markle.

As a successful actress, Meghan built up a big nest egg before she met her future husband in 2016.

With the role of Rachel Zane in Suits, she made £40,000 per episode over seven series of the legal drama – that’s £360,000 a year.

Meghan has also established herself as an influencer, earning an estimated £56,000 a year from endorsements on her lifestyle website Tig.

When she walked down the aisle in 2018, she is estimated to have brought £3.5million to the wedding, according to Forbes.

She was propertyless at the time, having rented the Toronto townhouse she lived in while filming the legal drama.

These days she lives with Prince Harry and his two children, Archie and Lilbet, in their stunning £11million mansion in Los Angeles.

Last week the couple revealed they would be attending Platinum Jubilee celebrations, despite being snubbed by the Queen for a balcony spot.

The visit will be the first time Harry and Meghan have brought their family to the UK since leaving for the US in 2020.

However, the Duchess of Cambridge has reportedly been told to be “careful” during the Sussexes’ stay in the UK.

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Bower told The Sun: “Kate and William would be fools not to be suspicious and would be reckless not to be careful.”

Jubilee festivities are set to culminate in a four-day public holiday next month, June 2-5.

Meghan currently lives a lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their two children


Meghan currently lives a lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles with Prince Harry and their two childrenCredit: The Mega Agency
The couple will return to the UK to attend the Queen's Jubilee, but will not be on the balcony


The couple will return to the UK to attend the Queen’s Jubilee, but will not be on the balcony
Consumer Debt Consolidation Market – Major Tech Giants Are Hot Again Mon, 09 May 2022 12:30:34 +0000

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Biographer says Mickelson lost $40 million gambling in four years Fri, 06 May 2022 00:42:11 +0000

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Los Angeles (AFP) – US federal auditors investigating Phil Mickelson’s role in an insider trading case found he suffered gambling losses of more than $40 million from 2010 to 2014, according to an excerpt from the upcoming biography of Phil Mickelson. ‘Alan Shipnuck on the American Golfer.

Shipnuck posted the unauthorized biography excerpt on the Firepit Collective website on Thursday.

The book, “Phil: The Rip-Roaring (and Unauthorized!) Biography of Golf’s Most Colorful Superstar,” is slated for release May 17.

It’s two days before the start of the PGA Championship, where Mickelson is the defending champion.

Mickelson became the oldest major winner in golf history when he won the PGA at Kiawah Island last year at the age of 50, but it is not yet known if he will defend the title at Southern Hills in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Mickelson has not played since an uproar in February followed Shipnuck’s publication of the player’s explosive remarks regarding the Saudi-backed LIV golf tour led by Greg Norman.

The six-time champion called the Saudi partners “frightening”, citing the 2018 murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

But he said he’s willing to work with them if the breakaway tour provides “leverage” in efforts to force the US PGA Tour to change policies that Mickelson says deprive players of deserved opportunities. to earn money.

Mickelson was a relief defendant in a 2016 insider trading case that sent player Billy Walters to jail.

Mickelson was not charged, but paid back nearly $1 million from the deal.

In the excerpt released Thursday, Shipnuck, citing a source with direct access to the documents, writes that government auditors working on the case investigated Mickelson’s finances over four years, from 2010 to 2014.

“During those high earning years, Mickelson’s income was estimated to be just north of $40 million a year,” Shipnuck wrote. “It’s an obscene amount of money, but once he paid his taxes (including the California tariffs he publicly railed against), he ended up with, what, a low-20 Then he had to cover his plane and his mansion(s), plus his agent, caddy, pilots, chef, personal trainer, swing coaches and various others.

“Add in all the other expenses of a great life — like a real T. Rex skull for a birthday present — and that leaves, what, $10 million? According to the government audit, that’s about near Mickelson’s average in annual gambling losses.”

Mickelson’s management company confirmed in April that he had requested a release from the US PGA Tour to play in the first LIV Tour event, the LIV Golf Invitational near London from June 9-11.

But in a press release Steve Loy, co-president of the management of Sportfive, underlined that the player had not yet confirmed his participation.