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Federal Budget Canada 2013 Highlights

Federal Budget 2013 CanadaCanadian ruling Conservative government tabled its new federal budget for 2013 on Thursday, March 21, 2013. According to the Finance Minister Jim Flaherty latest budget will boost Canada’s economy. Flaherty says he is emphasising on top three main pillars that are skills training, manufacturing and infrastructure.

Here are some of the highlights from the federal budget Canada 2013:

  • 2013-14 forecast; revenues at $263.9 billion, spending at $282.6 billion and deficit at $18.7 billion, where deficit is projected to drop to $6.6 billion in 2014-15 and become $800-million surplus in 2015-16.
  • Development of a new Canada Job Grant program next year to train workers, it will be negotiated with provinces by next year to replace existing $500-million labour market agreements. $241 million over five years for First Nations skills training. New programs will promote apprenticeship and also measures will be introduced to improve skills training for the disabled.
  • $900 million in new spending, no new taxes or tax cuts.
  • $400 million in revenue from closed tax loopholes and enforcement.
  • An improved and expanded tax break on expenses for families adopting children.
  • Special tax break for first-time charitable donations to encourage young people to come up.
  • Super tax credit to encourage young Canadians to donate.
  • Snitch line and rewards to catch international tax cheats.
  • Gas tax fund for cities to increase two per cent each year.
  • 2 year extension of an accelerated capital cost allowance to help manufacturers.
  • New 10-year, $14.4 billion infrastructure fund starting in 2014.
  • $1 billion over 5 years for aerospace industry and research.
  • Infrastructure spending of $47 billion over 10 years, starting next year (2014).
  • Refund for veterans’ funerals and burials doubled to $7,376.
  • For small business, extension of EI credit for new hires.
  • $119 million over five years to transition homeless off the streets.
  • $100 million over two years to support housing construction in Nunavut.
  • Tariffs eliminated on baby clothes and sports gear, including skates, hockey sticks, skis and golf clubs.

Flaherty says it’s not a budget but an economic action plan on what he was optimistic about achieving the government’s economic agenda. As most of my blog readers wants to know about its impact over mortgage market, here’s an interesting article from FinancialPost that may help them in finding out their concern on major financial product mortgage loan; the federal government is once again cracking down on Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) and the mortgage insurance sector.


Canadian Family Debt-To-Income Ratio Hits Record High

Do you know your debt-to-income ratio? Find out and know your creditability and if its worst like most of the Canadians then improve it without delaying.Does the year 2012 of borrowing trouble? Family debt-to-income ratio hits record high in Canada! Debt rises 78% in last 20 years, according to The Vanier Institute of the Family 12th annual assessment of Canadian family finances report; the average Canadian family debt including mortgage loan has reached $100,000. The average Canadian family debt-to-income ratio has now hit a record 150% that means Canadian families owe $1,500 for every $1,000 in after-tax income. We are not going to discuss here about what happens next year, because it comprises lot of inside economic indicators and out side world crises as USA and UK are also reflecting nearly same negative trend. Yes, we have got a positive thing with us that benefit all the individuals, we still have a very low interest rate in Canada and it feels that Bank of Canada want it to continue it’s low rates in 2012. Time will definitely disclose about the report how much it compares of apples and oranges. Dealing with a high debt to income ratio is not very difficult and as a sensible individual you have to safeguard your personal finances by reducing your extra spending and saving for the future, and you can do it. Lets discuss our monthly personal and household spending in relation to our income that demands us to reduce our debts with a productive option of saving into investments.

Simple spreadsheet that will help calculate your debt to income ratio.Do you know your debt-to-income ratio? People usually want to use the debt to income ratio calculator, although Its a simple calculation that an individual can do it by using excel spreadsheet or by hand, it will help you in finding out how much you’re paying in relation to your earning each month and whether your ratio of debt to income is acceptable or high. Debt-to-income ratio is a percentage of your income you owe in debt or debt payments and its one of the best ways to know whether a person is in a good or bad financial position. You require a good financial position to borrow money, spending too much on debt and other financial commitments will result in bad credit, it will drop your creditability and a chance to get credit when in need. All the banks, financial institutes and lenders require your debt-to-income ratio to determine your ability to repay debt, lower ratio means you hold better chances of repaying your debt. Where higher ratio means you would consider being a credit risk that could result in dis-approval of your loan or mortgage. There are various lenders specially dealing in mortgages also calculate Gross Debt Service Ratio (GDSR) and Total Debt Service Ratio (TDSR) to analyze your affordability to take an additional debt. In view of various financial experts, your debt-to-income ratio should not exceed one third of your gross income.

You probably have taken some kind of debt in your life and it’s quite normal, whether it’s a mortgage, credit card, car loan, student loan, payday loan, personal loan, or any sort of due bills you may have. Debt can be divided into two types in relation to rate of interest, high and low interest rate debts; Where credit cards and payday loan debt belong to high rate of interest and these are the debts you should always consider to pay off as soon as possible, preferably before due dates, that way you can save your self from getting into speedy and extra debt burden.

Reducing your debt mean saving that you can further invest to get more future benefits, there are great number of individuals that prefer investing their money into government backed investment offers to get high interest savings programs like Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA), Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSP), Guaranteed Investment Certificates (GICs), Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs), Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds and other to enhance and save money for various future tasks and most probably for retirement purpose. Here you can get benefit from your lower rate debts while investing them into those investments, which deliver higher returns. It is further advisable to all the individuals to consider all the factors before making decision to go with these benefit programs because there are two possible things you must consider; you should calculate difference between your investment rate of return and interest rate over your various debts. A positive difference between two will help you in making your decision, if paying off debt would help you in reducing your financial burden while enhancing your monthly saving amount then it’s a best deal to consider.

Personal debt management is not difficult because you can easily manage your own debts according to your situation and priority but if you follow the ways how professional debt consultant do it, then their suggestion help you a lot in many ways like;

  1. Start paying off similar kind of debts of smaller in amount and interest rates, it will reduce your burden having various credit and you know these kinds of debts are easier to pay.  After paying off one debt individual can get more satisfaction and courage to start concentrating on the next debt amount to be paid.
  2. Paying off one big value debt having higher interest rate like credit card repayment require your most urgent attention, as you know interest occurring from the credit card is very high and payday loan late payments can charge you with penalty and high fee, don’t delay in paying off these expensive debts. This strategy will definitely enhance your satisfaction, creditability and more handy cash that let you concentrate on the other debts to reduce.

As an individual you have variety of options but choosing one best may determine by your own convenience that’s why go with the option that satisfy you a lot. If you are facing poor credit rating, you will observe when you start paying off debts to your lender, your credit rating will improve having lesser debts. It will also help you in getting your desired low rates big loans for your various types of future investments.

If you’re struggling with your credit card debts and other high interest rates debts and want to adopt better ways to manage your finances then credit counselling could be a right solution for you. You are also advised to consult with your debt consultant; there is variety of debt relief Canada websites available online today where you can get free debt help and analysis, and if it satisfy you, you may ask them their full help.

Lowering down your high debt-to-income ratio is not an easy task, but you still have a great option to lower it accordingly because its not in hands of other than you, take responsibility of your personal finances, educate your self, control your spending habits while purchasing smartly only things you need most, stop your frequent credit cards usage. You will be surprised yourself to find out about how changing your habits will improve your money management skills and help you reduce your debt.


How To Protect Your Investment Against Mortgage Fraud

Do not spoil your realestate investment by mortgage fraudReal estate is the largest lifetime investment and for a great number of people, purchasing a home is an expensive investment in relation to their income. Having the enormous price tag that required decades to be paid off that automatically buildup an emotional relationship, being an honor and financial security that these people don’t want to loose. Despite the fact of being having big asset there is also a threat that can lead to a number of dangerous outcomes. Every new homebuyer should take great care when entering into mortgage transaction to avoid and protect its investment against mortgage fraud. There are many types of mortgage fraud today, three of which are common among the general public that may happened as a principally fraud are being greatly observed and happened are; the title fraud, mortgage fraud and the value fraud.

These are some of the mortgage loan fraud news happened in Canada:

A North York woman lost the 100-year-old home valued $300,000 in which she had lived in for 30 years, became a victim of identity theft. She lost her mortgage secretly placed on her home by thieves, a mortgage that a judge ruled valid, even though obtained fraudulently.

In the province of Alberta last year, the Bank of Montreal alleged a $120 million mortgage fraud scheme, the largest in Canadian history. It involved, according to the suit, bankers, lawyers, private citizens and possibly elected officials. Their scheme was one of the simplest: over-inflating mortgage values and using “straw buyers,” i.e., people willing to pose as mortgage seekers and sign up for the loans.

Many homebuyers in Canada are unaware of the dangers posed by identity thieves when it comes to their real estate investment. Unfortunately, one of the three main forms of mortgage fraud, the real estate title fraud is on the rise. According to the Canadian Association of Accredited Mortgage Professionals (CAAMP), real estate industry insiders now peg the average case of real estate fraud at $300,000. In comparison with the other big threat, the RCMP estimates the average credit card fraud case in Canada to be $1,200.

These are few tips that will help you to avoid fraud and protect your investment against mortgage fraud:

  1. You are strongly advised to check your credit reports through Canadian credit reporting agencies like www.equifax.ca and www.transunion.ca beside all the financial and bank statements regularly for all the inconsistencies, unknown charges and unauthorized credit inquiries.
  2. Try to avoid disclosing out your private and confidential stuff. Don’t give out personal information in person, over the phone line and or on the Internet unless you don’t feel confidence and know who you are dealing with, how it will be used and shared.
  3. Protect your mails, be alert to billing cycles and when bills or mails haven’t arrived.
  4. Don’t throw your important papers as these are; always shred any documents or materials with personal or financial information prior to discarding them.
  5. Always seek advice from a real estate expert who is licensed in your area when shopping for a home.
  6. Ask your mortgage professional, broker or consultant about how title insurance could help protect your real estate investment.

How to protect your investment against mortgage fraud, is a very simple question but its answer is complex as it greatly involves human intention, I’m not saying that all the sellers out there are suspicious or fraudulent but every buyer should need to do some due diligence on your own. There is a thin line in between good and bad and you should always avoid and get more cautious on those mortgage deals that sound “Too Good To Be True”, always prefer best mortgage rates instead of those lenders who offer cheapest one. If you don’t know the real estate market and how this mortgage works then your foremost move should be to leave that offer at once. And when you get involved in a transaction, you should go out to discuss about your deal with those people in the market that don’t have any relation with the said transaction to inquire about not even your mortgage transaction but the people you are dealing with.


New Government Backed Insured Mortgage Rules to Take Effect April 19

The Minister of Finance Jim Flaherty, on February 16th, announced new mortgage rules designed to ensure buyers can manage their debt of rising rates of interest, and to slow the speculation in real estate property.

Minister Flaherty commented on the mortgage issue:

“There is no clear evidence of a housing bubble, but we are taking proactive, prudent and cautious steps today to help prevent one. Our government is acting to help prevent Canadian households from getting overextended, and acting to help prevent some lenders from facilitating it.”

The new rules will come into force, on 19 April 2010; here is a brief overview changes apply to the government-backed insured mortgages:

  1. Borrowers should now be available at a fixed rate of five years even if they choose a mortgage loan with a lower interest rate and the short term. Rationale for the Government for this change is that it will help borrowers to prepare for a higher rate even if it can tighten home buyers purchasing power.  It remains unclear if borrowers must benefit rate posted five years or reduced the rate of five years.
  2. The maximum amount that Canadians can withdraw in their mortgage loans refinancing will be reduced to 90 per cent of the value of their homes instead of 95 per cent. Justification of the Government for this change is that it will help to ensure that accession to the property is a more efficient way to register.  The impact of this change is expected to be minimal as owners relatively little withdraw equity their houses to this extent.
  3. A minimum down payment deposit of 20 per cent will be required for Government backed mortgage insurance on properties that are non-owner occupied “purchased for speculation,” which means rental realistic.   While this measure is intended to hinder the speculative purchase of properties by reducing the buyers leverage effect, it will have an impact also on those buying real estate in general investment purposes.

Don’t forget to talk to your mortgage professional for the advice on the mortgage strategy that meets your needs and how these changes might affect you.


Bank of Canada’s Lowest Ever Interest-Rate Relief According To Canadian Consumer View Point

Lending rates hit record low when Bank of Canada announced last month, on January 20th that it would cut its key policy rate by half a percentage point. Instant market reaction was detected when BOC chopped its main interest to historical lowest rate ever.

Banking sector depresses Stocks and Loonie down after Bank of Canada cuts interest rate by half a point! The Toronto stock market was down over 100 points in early trading that took composite index tumbled latter at 177.7 points to 8,663.8 while Canadian dollar was down half a cent US after the Bank of Canada cut its key interest rate to one per cent.

On the other hand Canadian senior citizens don’t seem to be happy with the interest cut down because their interest returns on their investment and saving with the bank will affect their already fixed and limited means to squeeze more.

What Does It Affect You As A Debtor On Having Various Forms Of Debt?

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Mortgage Loan!

Fixed-rate pricing on downward trend! If your interest rate is fixed, pricing for fixed rate mortgages is higher than it normally would be, as lenders are accounting for higher perceived risk in the financial services industry.  The spread between a five-year Government of Canada Bond (1.58 per cent) and a competitive fixed rate mortgage rate (4.79 per cent) is now 3.21 per cent – which is much higher than what we have seen over the last few years.

Variable mortgages offer savings! If you have a variable rate mortgage, your payment level in most cases will remain the unchanged, but more of your payment will go towards the principal and less to interest. So you will be paying off your home more quickly. Moreover, whether the lower policy rate from the Bank of Canada will translate to lower interest rates for some borrowers remains to be seen, but variable-rate mortgages are still a cheaper option than they were a year ago.

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Credit Card!

Credit cards will likely remain where they are, at least for the time being. Given the state of the economy, credit-card companies are concerned about potentially higher delinquency rates. Their write-offs tend to be higher in tough economic times.

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Car Loan!

Car industry is going through a hard economic situation globally and so does here in Canada, although sluggish export results low production, high prices and cut jobs but government has taken timely steps to improve its efficiency in a way domestic sales on car prices will stay at moderate level. So, car loans seem to have remained fairly steady.

  • Canadian Consumer Having A Lines Of Credit!

Reduction in the prime rate leads to immediate savings for those who have variable rate mortgages, lines of credit and other floating interest rate loans. If your line of credit is tied to the prime rate and you are paying interest only, your payment will decrease. If you have a set payment, more of it will be applied to the principal and less to the interest.

  • Is It A Best Time For The Investors!

In trading business, your success depends on your purchase, that’s why big companies have more margins in their sales than the smaller companies because they cant get the benefits associated with the bulk purchases. Anyhow, it’s a best time especially for those who are having a right investment plan or opportunity where they can reinvest their borrowed money on such low interest rate. Although, most of the people will also planning to take advantage of more low interest rate by a half-percentage point which is expected to fall in June 10, 2009. But remember this next interest rate fall is not confirmed because it will only implemented if economy required to keep moving. But if you have a right investment today, tomorrow you may not, so don’t pass it away I guess I can see it being somewhat attractive.

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What’s The Difference Between An Open Mortgage And A Closed Mortgage?

You may have heard about open mortgages or closed mortgages, and are wondering what’s the difference between both.

An open mortgage typically allows the borrower to pre-pay all of mortgage, beside renew or refinance at any time before maturity. This also means that you can switch your lenders at any time you wish. The catch is that this flexibility to pay back the mortgage whenever you like usually comes with a higher interest rate.

An open mortgage may be an ideal solution for those who know they are receiving a large sum such as an inheritance and want to put this money onto their mortgage, or are intending to sell their home in the near future. Open mortgages can also be a good choice for those whose income will vary over time, such as self-employed individuals who will exceed the pay down allowance permitted on a closed mortgage.  .

A closed mortgage typically allows you to prepay a limited amount each year without a penalty, usually between 15 to 25% of the original principal amount. This type of mortgage may also include the ability to increase the size of your regular payments, up to double in many cases.

The basic advantage of a closed mortgage is that they almost always have a better rate compared to an open mortgage, although it pays to understand the pre-payment provisions in the fine print. Looking to pay off your debt early and have a closed mortgage? This type of mortgage loan may be renegotiated or refinanced in most cases with a pre-payment penalty.

The details can vary from lender to lender, so its better to talk to a mortgage broker early on, when you’re starting to think about what financing is best for you. Your Mortgage Consultant will have the latest info on the product choices, rates, and recent interest rate trend in Canadian financial market.


Immigration Loans Program For New and Recent Immigrant to Canada

Immigration Loans Program helping new Canadians to pay for training and certification costs to help find skill relevant work in their profession or trade! Discover about financial assistance and loans available for new and recent immigrant to Canada.Discover financial assistance and loans including personal loan and mortgage products designed for you:

Canada welcomes thousands of new immigrants every year and Government of Canada along with various financial institutions is ready to help you make the change. As a newcomer, you are definitely feeling burden and facing financial challenging environment; your primary goal is to get control of your money to become successful part of the new community, establish your family while stay in touch with your home land to feel informed and secure. eLoan Canada has gathered some important information here about Canada immigration loans program for new and recent immigrant to Canada, to help make your transition a little easier.

It’s a common myth that if you are a new Canadian and have not attained a status of a Canadian Citizen; you do not have right and qualify for financial assistance and loans like mortgage loan, personal loan, car loan, business loan, credit cards and or other credit facilities. The good news is that every landed immigrant can get financial assistance and loans to improve job skills and obtain the credentials to work in Canada, besides applying for other loans that facilitate life for smoother operation and confidence if you can afford, you may apply without any credit history.

There are several loan programs from Government and private sectors are available for new Canadian that will assist you to prepare for the job market and after getting a job and start earning. Beside federal loans programs there are variety of provincial loans that you can apply too, in case you need small business loan to start a new business or purchase an existing one, you can check your possibility with the province and territory where you reside.

According to the Conservative Leader Stephen Harper (2009 report of the House of Commons Citizenship and Immigration committee);

“Federal loan program targets all those new immigrants, who may not have the credit history to qualify for a private loans in the programs they need to get in, some of these programs can cost up to $25,000, may not qualify for support under existing programs such as Canada Student Loans Program and the Immigration Transportation Loans Program. He further states; the small investment in the future of new Canadians will strengthen the future of our economy for all the Canadians.”

According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), The Immigration Loans Program provides refugees and protected persons with loans to cover the costs of medical examinations conducted abroad, transportation to Canada, travel documents, housing rental, telephone service deposits and the purchase of work tools, etc., on an easy to follow credit process, for more information and general enquiry you may call on the phone number: 1 888-242-2100

Getting for a mortgage loan is a dream of every individual; you will find various lenders offer mortgage products specifically tailored to the needs of new immigrant and or even non-landed immigrants. While most financial institutions traditionally have insisted that new immigrants provide a down payment of at least 20% to 35%, there are now lenders who offer qualifying new immigrants or those who have been transferred to Canada by an employer, mortgages which feature a much lower down payment.

When we talk specially about no credit check personal loans, most of the short term loan lenders in Canada like payday loans want to push their product in today’s online environment, please don’t accept these types of quick cash loans because it may be possible, you don’t afford it in relation to your uncertain earning or job, if so. Otherwise there is a recently launched GIC investment loan is getting popularly among people looking for personal loans for immigrants in Canada, it may be an ideal solution for all those Canadians who have not build their credit history as a new Canadian immigrants, and looking for some productive financing that will help them to build credit beside receiving a GIC savings account ensures better financial future. You can start building your credit profile that will help you in getting any type of loan or credit facility from best lenders and banks on best rates you need in future. On the other hand, GIC investment loan also help those people who need credit repair loans in Canada to combat their debt problems and bad credit history, it will help in rebuilding good credit history by improving credit score.

The primary purpose of writing on the subject of immigration loan program is to enhance a confidence level of all those individual seeking Canadian immigration and want to find out how their foreign education and job training will help them in Canadian market and what if they require financial help to cover the cost of any additional training and certification to get skill relevant work in their profession or trade, where immigrant loan program provides access to loans for such new Canadians. Moreover, if you are planning to settle in Canada but felt a great concern on the personal financial issue, you may consult with the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and ServiceCanada about the credit possibilities with the Canada immigration loans program that may fit your own situation prior to the arrival, you are also advised to check online through province, and or territory’s website of your residence about provincial and territorial financial programs for newcomers and if you are a recent immigrant to Canada, contact loan and mortgage consultant near you to get advice on how you may qualify for financial assistance and loans aimed at new and recent immigrant to Canada. Above all, you will also meet lot of new immigrant enjoying credit facilities, like car loan, personal loan, student loan, mortgage, and credit cards products, ask them personally to get a practical and authentic information and solution.


What is a Rate Hold and When to Lock in Mortgage Rate

I know when I got my first client pre-approved for a mortgage loan, I was very excited to think about the very first sales incentive which I were going to receive, but all excitement was gone away when I knew that I could not get the money till it was not paid by the client. Yeah, because that pre-approval got a grace period which is known as Rate Hold and it may take 120 days to close the mortgage deal. Anyway rate hold if held my reward for so long to come to me but on the other hand lock in mortgage rate gave my client a best possible interest rate option with a plenty of time to search for an ideal home of his choice to start his mortgage loan, and I felt really happy with my clients satisfaction which passes all the excuses.

A shifting interest rate environment may cause an unpredictable situation that lead anyone to think about to adopt an option of mortgage rate hold or lock in mortgage rate, to get the best rate possible while looking for the best home of his or her choice, while pre-approval means that you’ll know how much you can afford to spend on the home.

There are various ways to enquire and apply for your mortgage pre-approval loan with a rate hold option like you may apply through a bank, a mortgage company or through a mortgage broker, choice is yours anyone of these can assist you in providing the best financing options for your borrowing need. If fixed mortgage rates rise during your rate hold period that is up to 4 months or 120 days, you’ll be already protected by the rate hold and if it falls, you’ll have access to the lower rate the competitive interest rate to adopt for your mortgage loan. Moreover, with a lock in mortgage rate you’ll have peace of mind about your mortgage rate while you look for the home that suits you the best.


Bank of Canada Keeps Interest Rates at 3%

OTTAWA July 15, Bank of Canada warns of inflation and slow growth that’s why bank holds steady on key interest rate that is 3%. Anyway, The combination of slow growth and high inflation is a difficult puzzle for policy makers because battling one ailment exacerbates the other.

There are various schools of thought who have been predicting on this critical issue but it’ll be normal soon, because most of the problems are seem external rather than internal economical situations. Anyhow, most of the economists already expected the same solution from the Bank of Canada like bank left its key interest rate unchanged.

In accordance with the Bank’s announcement, lending institutions in Canada are expected to keep their prime-lending rate unchanged and steady too. The prime rate used by lenders is the base rate that they use in pricing loans to their most creditworthy customers. Variable-rate mortgages, variable-rate credit cards, and home equity lines of credit are typically linked to a lender’s prime rate. Anyhow, Pricing for fixed-rate mortgages is not directly affected by bank’s decision.


What Type of Borrower Are You? How Debtors Think..

 Borrowing Needs For Various Types of Borrowers

Personal loan have got so many questions that a human mind carry to be asked one after another to satisfy him or herself, before taking the loan and even after too, until it is not fully paid off. This borrower behavior is most likely affected when getting a mortgage because of its size and value that is far bigger than other personal loans because its most probably needed once in a life, that’s why it felt that borrower behavior will reflect from the questions stated bellow are mostly mortgage loan borrower. Anyway, please don’t consider these questions as an ultimate list but it provides as a good beginning.

  1. May I obliged with some fluctuation in payments?
  2. Do I need the lowest payment possible?
  3. Do I want to know it will not change my monthly payment for the whole loan term or mortgage term?
  4. Do I want to pay back my mortgage loan as soon as possible?
  5. How much I afford to pay as a down payment for the mortgage without disturbing my budget?
  6. Am I looking for the payment savings in term of an insurance exemption?
  7. Are there any credit issues about which I will need to provide documentation?
  8. What will happens if I were jobless, do I have to worry about payment break?

There are plenty of other questions may arise in your mind according to your personal circumstances and situations, these considerations need to be work out with your mortgage consultant and most probably he or she will discuss any other question which might not be in your present question’s list but looking at your curiosity and worries too, an intelligent mortgage consultant will definitely want to offer you expert advice, because your Mortgage consultant has access to an impressive array of mortgage choices.


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