Budgeting

Dealing With Your Finances After A Serious Injury

If you have ever suffered a serious injury, then you will know what a terrible experience it can be. What might compound such an incident even further is if you also have to end up taking time off work so that you can recover. Not only is this a nuisance, but it also means you […]


Make Ends Meet When You’re Out of Action with These Tips

If you get sick or injured for a prolonged period of time, you need to find ways to stay afloat. This is not always easy when you have no means of making money. You can’t get out, and you can’t go to work. But making ends meet can still be possible if you take the […]


Addressing The (Bank) Balance When You’re Made Unemployed

Pixabay Losing your job is a massive strain. Once you were making a comfortable living, and now the rug is taken out from underneath you. It can cause a massive strain on your well-being, your relationships, and, of course, your finances. We can be ill-equipped to deal with the problems it can throw up for […]


Money Vs. Stock: Which Is Best To Invest?

Investment has always been a troubling area. It’s incredibly hard to make sure that you’re putting your money into the right places to make sure that it grows enough. There are loads of options out there, which just makes it all even more confusing. So, to simplify things, this post is going to focus on […]


A Lightbulb Moment: Investing In Sustainability

https://www.pexels.com/photo/light-45072/ Reducing your carbon footprint is the big thing on every modern investor’s mind, it’s just disguised as “how can we save money?” Because the great thing about working towards a sustainable world, whether it is renovation and selling your property on, or by using technology to cut down on the amount of paper waste, […]


Formulating the best strategies to withdraw your Social Security benefits

Life always gives us many opportunities to rectify our mistakes. What if we marry the wrong person? We file a divorce, sign on some papers and then you’re free enough to walk down the aisle as many times as you wish. But as long as your Social Security benefits are concerned, you just get one […]


Accomplishing everything that you want financially – Few doable strategies

For umpteen years now, every December, you resolve to save more money, pay down debt and spend less. If you’re similar to most people, you will have definitely broken the promises by the time it was February. But now that we’ve stepped in 2017, you need not feel disappointed as the behavioral experts say that […]


Financial Firsts: An Introduction To Your Own Finances

If there’s one thing that schools don’t teach you that they absolutely should, it’s how to handle your finances. Far too often people find themselves thrust out into the world with absolutely no idea what they’re doing and they are expected to wade through the murky, confusing financial waters of adult life without any preparation […]


Investing In A Start-Up? Read This First!

Not all that long ago, it was extremely rare to hear about any angel investors pumping capital into a new start-up in an effort to set wheels in motion. The risks involved were great, not to mention all the extra “safety net” legal fees that came with it. However, as online investing has become more […]


Mushrooming financial wellness programs in 2017 – Trends retirement advisors should know

It has been studied that with the onset of 2017, more and more employers have started addressing their financial wellness beyond retirement to produce a happier and healthier life beyond retirement. Although there is increased participation in workplace retirement accounts like 401(k), yet they don’t seem to be satisfied with their employee savings rates. This […]


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