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Be Aware of Rogue Debt Management Companies

Debt is nothing new in society today but with a recession, it can get worse - especially for those who were not having problems before. When you notice that your debt is mounting, the best option might be to seek help from good professional sources. But, how can you be sure that the debt [...]

By | December 5th, 2017|credit card, Credit Repair, Credit Report, Debt, Debt Management, Family, Finances, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Be Aware of Rogue Debt Management Companies

Divorce & Money: How to Make the Best Financial Decision During Divorce

Where to buy: www.amazon.com Divorce is a time of great anguish and uncertainty – not only emotionally but also financially. It is important, when sorting out a divorce, to put emotional matters aside, as much as possible, and focus on the legal and financial issues, which will have an impact for all of the [...]

By | November 15th, 2017|Budgeting, Family, Finances, Relationship|Comments Off on Divorce & Money: How to Make the Best Financial Decision During Divorce

Learning Resources – Buy It Right Shopping Game

Where to buy: www.amazon.com Still looking for a gift this holiday season for your kids? The Buy It Right Shopping Game from Learning Resources is another fun and educational game by this company. Without realizing it, children will learn about money and money recognition in a playful and entertaining way through this game. Throughout [...]

By | November 3rd, 2017|Budgeting, Family, Finances, Kids & Money, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Learning Resources – Buy It Right Shopping Game

Pros and Cons of Staging a Home for a Quick Sale

If you have been trying to sell your home during this difficult market and find that it has taken far longer than you had anticipated, you may be considering hiring a professional home stager. If so, you will want to know the pros and cons before pursuing. The first task in staging your home [...]

By | November 2nd, 2017|Bills and Payments, Finances, Investing, Loan, Mortgage|Comments Off on Pros and Cons of Staging a Home for a Quick Sale

Low Income Budget Tips

If you find yourself having to live on less these days, you are not alone. While this may not comfort you, there are some things you can do that will make the most of your income and relieve some of the stress. The hardest part about change is the adjustment that goes with it. [...]

By | October 25th, 2017|Budgeting, Family, Finances, Savings|Comments Off on Low Income Budget Tips

Top Tips to Keep Your Head above Water after a Lay-Off

If you find yourself in the nearly ten percent recently laid off, you may not be prepared for the loss of income. Hopefully you are able to qualify for unemployment benefits, as these benefits will help to get you through the next few months until you are able to acquire a new job. These [...]

By | October 22nd, 2017|Bills and Payments, Family, Finances, Frugal Living, Savings|Comments Off on Top Tips to Keep Your Head above Water after a Lay-Off

PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS FROM CRAZY NATURAL DISASTERS

September is National Preparedness Month 2017.#NationalPrepardnessMonth September is National Preparedness Month (NPM).  Is your business prepared?  25 percent of firms do not open again after a major disaster, according to Institute for Business and Home Safety.  Smart planning can help you keep your business running if disaster strikes. You will want to take [...]

By | September 5th, 2017|Casualties and Losses, Disasters, Entreprenuers, Finances|0 Comments

Moving In Together? – How to Deal with Household Costs

Moving in together with your partner is a big step in a relationship. It is also a big step in regards to finances. Moving in together can ease the burden on both of your wallets as household costs will more than likely be shared by both of you. Advance planning is necessary for a [...]

HURRICANE HARVEY: TAXES ARE PROBABLY THE LAST THING ON ANYONE’S MIND

Homes Damaged from Hurricane Harvey But the #IRS said stated it would grant an automatic extension to individuals and businesses who are victims of Hurricane Harvey. They'll have until Jan. 31, 2018 to file and pay federal taxes that were due between Aug. 23 and January 2018. "This has been a devastating [...]

By | August 30th, 2017|Casualties and Losses, Family, Finances, Life Matters, Taxes|0 Comments