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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

Balancing your debt to income ratio and ways to manage your budget effectively

Whether you have applied for a new home mortgage, a bridging finance loan or another type of loan, you may have been told recently that your debt to income (DTI) ratio is high. If your DTI ratio is too high, you may not qualify for financing. Another alternative is that the loan...
Posted On 30 Apr 2012

10 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your Tax Refund

Reports have been reflecting that the average tax refund check is a little more than $3,000. This amount of money can be very beneficial to make progress toward meeting a financial or personal goal. Before your check arrives make a list of priorities so that your tax refund money...
Posted On 23 Apr 2012

How A Financial Advisor Can Benefit You In Your Life After 25

Why Get Financial Advisors Even if you have a great salary, flawless payment record, and insurance, getting a financial advisor is a wise move that will likely lead you to a more efficient handling of your money. Investing in financial planning by getting financial advisors at...
Posted On 19 Apr 2012

The Beginner’s Guide to Securing Venture Capital Funding

When you have a good idea for business, one of the biggest hurdles that you must overcome is coming up with enough money for funding. One way to get the money you need is to seek out venture capital. Venture capital, or VC, can provide you with money from investors who are...
Posted On 12 Apr 2012

Why Acting Your Age Applies To What’s In Your Wallet & How It Can Save You Big?

By Odysseas Papadimitriou, CEO of Card Hub, a leading credit card comparison website. Your credit card isn’t like a hammer, a tuxedo, or that trusty old station wagon that gets passed through generations of family members. You can’t just get one and be set for the foreseeable...
Posted On 04 Apr 2012

Simple and Wise Ways to Increase Your Home’s Value

You might have dreamed about remodeling your kitchen or installing new wood floors since you bought your house, but you never seem to find the time or the money. Does this sound like you? If so, no matter your budget or available time, you can come up with some simple ways to...
Posted On 08 Mar 2012

How Do Lottery Winners Manage Their Finances?

Lottery winners may need extra help when it comes to managing their massive windfall.   Lottery fans may think all of life’s problems can be solved if their luck comes in and they get the chance to take millions in winnings home – but some may not realize that...
Posted On 06 Mar 2012

3 Ways To Save Money In College, No Matter Your Age

College is expensive, and can be especially difficult if you’ve been out of school for awhile. Those returning to college later in life have more expenses than others did as bright-eyed freshmen straight from high school. Mortgages, family obligations, bills, and various other...
Posted On 28 Feb 2012