Binary Options Trading Signals Services: 5 Things Investors Must Check Before Signing Up

By |November 20th, 2014|

If you’re new to the forex binary options market, you’re in for a treat. Most people stay away from forex because of its complexity. And, while it is complex, it’s also a quick way to make some money in the largest financial market in the world. Binary trading simplifies a lot of the complexities of traditional trading, and is

What Are You Saving For?

By |November 18th, 2014|

I have to admit that my wife and I haven’t been great at saving money ever since we finished paying for our wedding.

Once we were done paying for the wedding we did want to book a trip to Europe, which we did (and had an amazing time). But we had enough money and credit card points for that trip,

How to Break Up With Your Cable Provider

By |November 13th, 2014|

Now that I’ve been in my house for one year and 11 months, I’m only one month away from the end of my 2 year agreement with my cable provider. That means it’s time for us to start seeing other people.

I got the bundle deal with internet and TV because it was literally about $5 more expensive than just

You Don’t Have to Spend a Fortune on Appliances with Sears Coupons

By |November 12th, 2014|

If you are looking to replace your old house appliances don’t go further than Sears online store. You may not be a greatest fan of Kenmore but then again the price reduction that is available for this brand can definitely change your mind. With sears promo code 20 off, you’ll be able to save over 30% on everything this

It’s Time to Review Your Monthly Expenses

By |November 11th, 2014|

I love automatic monthly payments. I never want to be late on a payment so I love when things are automatically pulled from my account. I haven’t had a late payment on anything in over five years, so it’s obviously working.

However, automatic payments can be dangerous. Sometimes you end up paying for something you don’t need, and you don’t

Should You Sign Up for Legal Insurance?

By |October 26th, 2014|

Every day for the last two weeks my work has been sending me email reminders to sign up for my 2015 benefits. By the end of the day tomorrow I have to make my final elections.

Most of my benefits are pretty standard: a high-deductible medical plan, dental insurance, and then a few benefits like a small amount of life

3 Insurance Products You May Need But Didn’t Know Existed

By |July 2nd, 2014|

Most people are familiar with and/or pay for things such as medical insurance, homeowners or renters insurance, and car insurance. If you’re really savvy about your personal finances, you might even know about things like gap insurance on a new vehicle purchase or long term disability insurance to ensure you protect your income from a bad accident or disease.

However,

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Spent: Looking for Change Documentary Review

By |June 12th, 2014|

So I came across an interesting documentary the other day called Spent: Looking For Change Sponsored by American Express. It’s a documentary about four families who have fallen on hard financial times and have essentially been booted out of the traditional financial systems that most of us (including me) use every day.

Even though I know a little about having

How to Get a Great Deal on a New Car

By |June 9th, 2014|

My new wife and I have decided we needed a second car. We were sharing a 2000 Buick Century with over 140,000 miles on it, and we are honestly a tiny bit surprised every time it turns on.

We were mainly looking at used cars, but on June 2nd it was the “last day of the month” for car dealers

Save Money on Taxes by Getting Married

By |April 14th, 2014|

I’m getting married in a few months, as most of you already know. The main benefit to getting married is getting to spend the rest of my life with the woman I love most in this world.

A nice side benefit is saving a lot of money on taxes next year.

When one person makes substantially more than the other person