It’s expected to be dreadfully cold outside during the winter months, but it can be quite uncomfortable and even maddening when that arctic breeze finds its way inside of your home. Unfortunately, many people find themselves spending exorbitant amounts of money on their energy bills during the winter, only to still have a cold home. In this article, we will discuss how heat may be escaping your home as well as ways to ensure that you efficiently and affordably keep your home warm this winter. How Heat Can Easily Escape From Your Home You … [Read more...] about Winter is Here – Keep Your Home Warm
An investment is defined as the action of investing money for profit. It goes without saying that sticking your money under the mattress won’t do you any favors. For one thing, if the house burns down, it’s gone, and for another, your money won’t grow in value. Thankfully, most people recognize the value of investing their money. Traditional savings accounts and pension plans are sensible investment instruments but don’t expect to earn a ton of money in a short time. If you want to make your savings work a bit harder, here are some … [Read more...] about Top 5 Alternative Investment Instruments
Filing for either Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy might seem like taking the monkey off your back. Once you do, the pain of a low credit score sets in. Low credit scores are diabolical in how they block you from owning a new car or affording proper housing. But, there’s no good in punishing yourself. Now is the time to get determined to build credit after bankruptcy. Those who file for Chapter 7 will notice an immediate reduction in their debt-to-income ratio. Chapter 13 applicants can refinance after 18 months, and they have home equity. Use … [Read more...] about How to Build Credit After Bankruptcy
Short selling is a way to buy and trade within the stock market that many find success with. However, short selling is not an easy thing to do, and it is important to understand exactly how short selling works, what the restrictions are on short selling and the risks involved in short selling stocks. By understanding the basics of short selling, you can better prepare yourself and develop a strategy that is successful. How to Short a Stock Short selling can be a great way to profit on trends in the stock market. To help you understand more … [Read more...] about The Basics of Short Selling – Learn How to Sell Stocks Short
There are many different things that you will need in an emergency, such as water, food, first-aid, and other, similar life-saving, or life-sustaining items. All of them are important, but what about the times when you need more transactional items? For that you need money, but you may not be in a position to acquire the money you need, maybe you are stuck in a place that doesn’t accept the currency you have on you; there are dozens of scenarios where you might be in a position where you don’t have any money or where your money is no good. How … [Read more...] about Emergency Cash – How Your Jewelry Can Save Your Life
If you have recently had a ruling made by a trial judge for your divorce. In most cases, both parties agree that this is the final outcome and move on. However, if you believe that there was an error in the ruling, you may want to consider your options for filing an appeal against the rulings. It is important that you understand a few important things about the divorce appeals process before deciding if it is the correct decision for you to make. Below is a list of common questions about the divorce appeals process. In addition to reviewing … [Read more...] about Common Questions About the Divorce Court Appeals Process
If you are retired, you can attest that money is the commodity that you want most but cannot get easily. Begging your relatives and kids to fund your activities are not alternatives you want to turn to.
Top 5 Smart Ways Retirees Can Make Money on the Side
Lucky for you, there are many fun and easy ways to make money while at home. Here are 5 smart ways to make money on the side once you retire...
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Warren Buffett famously once said, “Success in investing doesn’t correlate with IQ. Once you have ordinary intelligence, what you need is the temperament to control the urges that get other people in trouble investing.”
Temperament trumps intellect because having the right temperament allows you to ignore the “noise” of the market and be a patient, disciplined investor, … [Read more...] about
Few business owners would say they don't care about safety. Most people want their employees to work without risk of injury or illness. A verbal commitment to safety isn't enough to create a safe working environment, however. The workplace continues to pose danger to people in many occupations, including construction and logging. In fact, 5,190 American workers died on the job in 2016 alone. These numbers should concern workers and business owners alike. In order to create a safe working environment for employees, business owners need to … [Read more...] about How Businesses Should Budget for Workplace Safety
Things don't always go according to plan financially. No matter how carefully you save, there's always a chance that you could find yourself facing trouble if you suddenly lose your job or have to pay for a massive repair. If you didn't have a great deal of cash to put aside for extra expenses, to begin with, you might be wondering how you can save even more money when times are particularly tough. The good news is that it isn't impossible - you simply need to think about how you can make a few careful compromises. In this article, we'll … [Read more...] about How to Save More When Times are Tough