Life insurance is one of those necessities that can cost us a lot of money. It’s essential to purchase life insurance if you have a family and dependents or have outstanding debt. The issue, though, is that life insurance policies can get expensive very quickly.
Do you ever wonder where all your money has gone at the end of the month? The truth is, most people can cut their budget at least a little if they apply the right tactics. Here are a few simple ways you could save $200 or more this month.
Let’s face it, as an art graduate, finding a job that aligns with your degree can be challenging. When you do, it’s undeniably one of the most rewarding experiences you’ll get in a lifetime. But until then, you need to employ a few strategies that will help you cope with financial burdens.
The financial burden placed on families, coupled with uncertainty regarding the housing situation, can lead pets to become left behind, surrendered to shelters or otherwise abandoned.
During the last few years, the U.S. housing market has witnessed significant rebounds. While this growth is certainly positive for homeowners and the overall economy, the rate will likely slow during 2017 for a number of reasons. Read on to find out more about what to expect for the U.S. housing market in the new year.
The ideal candidate is someone who values cleanliness, who upholds respect for people’s property, and who has a sense of responsibility. In other words, high-quality tenants are low-risk tenants. So how do you attract the best-of-the-best? Here are a few tips that will teach you how to screen potential tenants.
College is a learning experience, not only for your formal education, but for your personality outside of the classroom. What’s important to you—you really figure out what your priorities are. There will be some times when you have to choose: Do you save up for food, go out with friends, or get this really cool Darth Vader T-shirt!?
Life is full of difficult situations that test us emotionally, psychologically, and even spiritually. Covering family, money, health, and a variety of other matters, these challenges can test us to our limits, especially if we are not prepared for them. While we hope to never encounter these situations, here are some things to consider should the unexpected take place.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a union guy through and through. When I see public sector unions doing battle with the government, I don’t bitch about how good civil servants already have it compared to the rest of us, I bitch that the rest of us should have it as good as the unionized workers do.
You have paid months’ and months’ worth of rent, dealt with difficult landlords and listened to noisy neighbors fight at two in the morning. You are hoping to become a homeowner, but you may be wondering if you are ready to take the plunge. Here are ten sure signs you may be ready to purchase a home.