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When you want to start investing, but you feel you don’t have enough money to start, it can be discouraging. Because the benefits of investing are so great, though, you really can’t afford not to invest. But how do you get started? These three things may seem basic, and truth be told, they are! But, they are also key to getting your finances in order to start investing. 1. Curb Your Spending One ...
Posted: Jul 27 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Buying a car is one of the biggest and most important purchases that you can do in your life (next to buying a house), and naturally, there are many factors that you should consider before settling into the perfect car model. Hybrid cars are not as widely common as regular cars just yet, but it offers a lot of advantages economically and environmentally. As of the moment however, the price range ...
Posted: Jul 13 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Has it ever crossed your mind how retailers are able to know just what you need at the right time? How do they know you need a pair of shoes or a scarf? You could be thinking they’re probably good at guesswork or that it’s simply a coincidence. Well the thing is this is neither guesswork nor a coincidence. Most retailers have various methods to dive deep into the thoughts ...
Posted: Jul 06 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Sometimes it can just take one unexpected event to lead people to bankruptcy. Just one visit to the emergency room or a marriage break-up can be enough to land someone in serious financial trouble. In fact, 46% of families in the U.S. say they would struggle to pay for an emergency cost of $400 and 56.3% have less than $1,000 in their savings. It’s no wonder then that people consider ...
Posted: Jun 08 2017 @ 8:00 AM
Many people erroneously think that losing your creditworthiness and having a bad credit score is a financial death sentence. This fallacy is strengthened by the unending streams of personal finance advice on how you should play the credit game to avoid being burned. Most people think that it is practically impossible to make financial headway unless you have excellent credit; yet, nothing could be further from the truth. Of course, good ...
Posted: May 25 2017 @ 8:00 AM
If you are purchasing a new home, chances are that you need a mortgage loan. Obtaining a mortgage can seem complicated and overwhelming. You need to apply for the loan, and you want to make sure you can afford the payments. You also need to choose a reputable lender whom you can trust. In addition, you will need to decide the type of loan and the term of the loan ...
Posted: Apr 27 2017 @ 12:00 PM
I’ve personally never been in serious debt, and I’m lucky to be able to say that. That doesn’t mean that I’ll never succumb to the dangers of debt, though. There are all sorts of reasons why debt can become a major problem in people’s everyday lives. It doesn’t take a whole lot to turn your finances upside down. Knowing how to try and avoid debt is crucial to ensure you don’t ...
Posted: Apr 13 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Unless a person has an executive level job, they probably only get a modest income. So the only way that they can cover all their expenses is to save money from each paycheck to apply it to their bills. This requires a lot of self-control though. It also means that they have to say no to going out to eat, nights out with their friends, and shopping trips. So what ...
Posted: Mar 30 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Building a family is a rewarding endeavor for many parents, but it requires some financial savvy, even for dual-income households earning average wages. The combination of housing prices, property taxes and child care make city living a costlier lifestyle choice in most metros around the country, but not all. First-time parents and growing families have several budgeting factors to weigh before making their decisions to settle in the concrete jungle ...
Posted: Mar 23 2017 @ 12:00 PM
You are making a mistake from the get-go if you think the due diligence for buying a foreclosure is exactly the same as that for purchasing a regular home. While foreclosures are often considered bargain deals, savvy buyers look beyond the irresistibly low offer price. They know how particular problems that foreclosures possess may affect their bottom line. If you are in the market looking for a foreclosure, here are top ...
Posted: Mar 16 2017 @ 12:00 PM


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