This may seem like a super morbid topic but if you have a family, I can’t think of any subject more important than planning for end of life. I know first-hand what it’s like when people don’t take this step.
Yes it is Movember again, for those who wish to show support for Prostate Cancer (and other cancers), grow yourself a mustache, and maybe get some sponsors for it. Think of it, you don’t shave and you have a
Do you feel poor? If so, you aren’t alone. The average American’s net worth has declined by 35% to $66,740 from 2005 to 2010. Not surprisingly, over that time period the average stock market portfolio and home equity value declined by about a third.
With Hurricane Sandy causing concern, many are wondering what the latest natural disaster could mean for their taxes. When you suffer a loss due to a disaster, there is a good chance that you will be able to take a tax deduction for it.
People across the country are reining in their spending and pinching pennies in a concerted effort to save more money. While some families are doing this while living comfortably, others are forced to make spending cuts just to survive until the next paycheck hits the bank.
As I have stated I sometimes do advanced estate and retirement planning so I am not sure how many people will find this information useful, but hell its my blog so I’ll share it anyway! Specifically, this information is for those people who run or are involved in a small 403(b).
With a little bit of planning you can save money traveling – a lot of money. Sure, you can score last-minute deals on flights, like weekend fares. But overall, you’ll pay a lot more when you wait too long to book your flights. Let me share two ways you can save serious cash when it comes to air travel.
Shopping around for the perfect used car can feel stressful for anyone out there. There are so many options, and if every detail isn’t checked, it can be like throwing money away. This is one of the main reasons why so many people choose to purchase a Honda as their child’s first car.