Money is tight now as everyone knows it. And, with rising health care costs, it is sometimes complicated to find ways to cut back especially on necessities such as healthcare costs. One great way to save money on your rising medical costs is to shop around on the web. There are many great websites like www.glasses.com that can help you find affordable medical care, prescription glasses, and the like to help take the sting out of rising medical costs. How to Easily Save Money on Rising Medical Costs Here are five additional tips for … [Read more...] about How to Save Money on Rising Medical Costs
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Being a landlord can be very hectic, if you are renting out your vacant properties, there are plenty of things that can go wrong when you allow tenants to rent the house. It is wise to take the necessary precautions before it happens. If you haven’t got the right insurance cover you might have to pay the bills from your own pocket if things go wrong. What if the property is damaged by a natural calamity, or even vandalized? To make being a landlord less stressful than it already is, there is the Landlord insurance, which can really come in … [Read more...] about What is a Landlord Insurance? Is it worth it?
Did you know that half of American families live paycheck to paycheck? That number may seem astounding, but considering how high costs of living are nowadays and how wages don’t seem to be catching up with those costs, maybe it’s not so surprising that so many families live paycheck to paycheck and as many as 1 in 3 Americans have less than $500 saved up to cover emergency situations. It’s never been more important to separate your paycheck from your discretionary expenses because we never know whether our health insurance premiums might go … [Read more...] about How to Separate Your Paycheck from Your Discretionary Spending
A financial setback can be frustrating and life-changing. It may leave you feeling helpless and with a lot of unanswered questions. The good news is that there are steps you can take to get your finances back on track after a setback. It’ll require you to make some tough choices and be very self-disciplined but stick with it, and your behavior modifications will pay off in the long run. You want to avoid digging yourself a bigger hole and racking up more debt. Therefore, take action as soon as you recognize there’s an issue related to … [Read more...] about Getting Your Finances Back on Track After a Setback
Are you looking to cut more spending out of your personal budget? When you do this, you will find that you have more saved each month and more money to spend on the things that you really want. Luxuries like holidays and new technology will all be far more affordable when you take the right steps here. One of the best ways to do this is to explore how businesses work to save money. Believe it or not, the lessons here can easily be translated so that they can be used to help you with your personal finances. So, let’s get started and explore … [Read more...] about Lessons from Businesses on How to Save in Your Personal Budget
I am a buy and hold investor. I do not like to sell many of my investments. I’m decades away from retiring, and I’m a long-term investor, to say the least. It takes a lot for me to sell mutual funds that I own. But, I have been known to transfer the assets from one mutual fund or mutual fund company to another one based on certain criteria. There are times that it is best to just sell your mutual funds and let them go. Things change. Investing philosophies and goals change. Those are the reason to sell mutual funds. Four Reasons When … [Read more...] about Top 4 Reasons You Might Want to Sell Mutual Funds You Own