The Road Less Traveled to Financial Security

There’s more than one way to skin a cat. At least that’s what people say, even though I can’t now think of why anyone would say or do that. But assuming that’s the case, that’s a saying that is true across many different realities and disciplines. Nowhere is it more true than within investment and […]

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How To Choose The Right Insurance For Your Business

Most business insurance policies are taken out voluntarily by businesses across many sectors for good reason. A whole host of accidents can be caused by your business where costly accidents claims could ensue. There are different types of business insurance policies to suit various industries and the premium all depends on the type of business […]

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How Not to Screw It Up, When Things Go Unexpectedly Right

We all know what it’s like to lose money. And just as it’s easier to fall down than it is to get back up, losing money is something we deal with more often than suddenly gaining it. But sudden acquisitions of money do happen in the lives of most people. And even if we’re just […]

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Car Insurance Shopping for Teen Drivers

If you have a new teen driver, you are probably a little bit worried for a myriad of reasons. You are concerned for your child’s safety first and foremost, but be honest. You are also worried about your car and your premium. Unfortunately, adding an inexperienced motorist will raise your bill, but there are plenty […]

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Top Tips for Saving Time and Money at Walt Disney World

The following is a guest post byEvelyn Ramsey. If you would like to write an article for Money Q&A, please visit our Guest Posting Guidelines page. Disney World is two times larger than Manhattan. If you’ve ever wanted to visit Orlando, now is the time. There are so many exciting things to see. Here’s how to save money, have […]

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Understanding Credit Card Debt Early In Your Life

Credit card debt is a grueling reality for many. As gradates from college or grad school, or any young adult, looking to start a career and/or potential family, the weight of credit card debt can literally and figuratively carry is certainly a burden. Student loans alone have increased over 8% in the last year. Many […]

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