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You’ve Acquired Nice Stuff. Now it’s Time to Protect It!

Let’s face it: you’re not a kid anymore. You may have lots of toys, but they weren’t cheap and you worked hard to earn them. Which is why it’s important to consider whether your home or office needs a security system to protect these items. A private security system is,...
Posted On 10 Dec 2012

Life Insurance: Securing Your Future for You and Your Children

Life insurance isn’t something you usually think about when you are making a financial plan, but it is actually an important part of your family’s financial future. If something happens you want your family’s to be financially secure, but you may wonder how much...
Posted On 30 Oct 2012

Smart Financial Moves: Renting vs. Buying

The age old debate between renting and buying continues to roar on. While some people will tell you that a home is a massive responsibility and you’re better off letting someone else deal with the maintenance and repairs, the fact is that buying a home continues to be the...
Posted On 20 Sep 2012

How to Build a Stunning Home Interior on a Small Budget

The interior of our home says a lot about us as individuals. After meeting the cost of securing a home in the first place, we are often left with little money to create a stunning interior. We looked at some of the best ideas around how to create a memorable home interior on a...
Posted On 13 Sep 2012

Business Grants for Women – A Real Opportunity for Your Business

While women can apply for any grant, there are many that list gender-specific selection criteria. Let us take a look at opportunities available for business-minded women. Most grants are either for a newly-launched company, or for a woman to attend school for entrepreneurial...
Posted On 07 Aug 2012

Online Security: When Shopping In Pajamas Can Be Dangerous…

Identify theft isn’t a pleasant experience. The shopping that led up to the thief’s ability to grab your information for his own unsavory use, was, of course, swell. But the discovery of the theft is not enjoyable. What’s more, it can take 40 plus hours of effort on...
Posted On 12 Jul 2012

Using Your Summer to Learn New Skills For Your Life After 25

Summer can be a great time for learning and expanding our skill base. It’s also a fantastic time to start your journey towards learning new skills, because the days are longer, the weather is better and if you’re like me your motivation will be rocketing. It can be difficult...
Posted On 10 Jul 2012

Why Life Insurance is So Important in Your 20s and 30s

Many older adults will agree that their twenties were some of the best years of their life. Graduating college, backpacking across Europe, getting married, and maybe having a child (or three). While it is true that your twenties often bring on many great experiences, they can...
Posted On 27 Jun 2012

Put Your New Business in the Public Eye For Your Life After 25

One of the hardest things about getting a new business off of the ground is attracting clientele. Without a steady flow of customers, many new businesses will find themselves permanently closing their doors. The best way to attract clientele is to get your name out there....
Posted On 11 Jun 2012

Save Now, Play Later- Budgeting For Financial Security In Your Life After 25

You will likely enjoy your retirement years much more if you plan well while you’re young. If you can think of retirement as another exciting phase of your life, you will be motivated now to set aside enough money to be comfortable and self-sufficient when you quit working....
Posted On 06 Jun 2012

10 Ways to Start Saving for Your Children’s College Fund

Doesn’t it seem like it was just months ago when you brought your baby home from the hospital for the first time? Time sure flies when you’re having fun, and changing diapers, and trying to keep your sanity while parenting a houseful of children. The odds are that you...
Posted On 01 Jun 2012

Money-Saving Habits that Can Cut the Cost of Driving

People are beginning to panic as they see gas prices spiraling upward in what seems to be a daily event. Because their wages are not following suit, and in some cases work hours are even being reduced, it is a matter of survival to find ways to stretch the dollars budgeted for...
Posted On 21 May 2012

Planning Your Estate, State to State

Elder laws vary from state to state. Maryland elder law dictates estate planning and will preparation in Maryland, while Arkansas laws will be different, as will North Dakota laws, and so on. The most important thing you can do when planning your retirement budget, your estate,...
Posted On 14 May 2012