Are BO Brokers Trustworthy For Investments?

By |October 24th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

For many new investors, getting to trust a binary options broker can seem like a shot in the dark, and for numerous reasons, too. However, these suspicions are usually proved unfounded, provided the broker in question is a legitimate one. Fortunately, those brokerages who are legitimate and indeed worthy of your trust can be easily recognized from the crowd. The

Who Should Use Coupons?

By |October 20th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

If you associate coupons with your mother or grandmother’s coupon-clipping parties in the 1980s, then you may think that this form of promotion is a thing of the past. However, coupons are alive and well, and the answer to the question, “Who should use coupons,” is “anyone who wants to save money.” You may be careful to buy items on

How to Create Personal Financial Resilience Through Insurance

By |October 18th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

A scholar once said that the only certain thing about the future is its uncertainty. This same principle applies to your personal life and includes your career, your finances, your small business that you might have and your relationships both within and outside your family. You can never be too sure about what the future holds and therefore you need

Walking Out of Debt Like a Pro

By |October 17th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Financial freedom does not come easy especially if you are entangled in personal and business debts that you have to pay off every month from your seemingly meagre monthly incomes. There is always the looming threat of being blacklisted by the credit scoring companies if you default in making your debt repayments. This pushes most of us tend to work

No Bills to Pay: Can you Actually Live Without Credit Cards?

By |October 17th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

To be fair, if you use a credit card responsibly and pay the bill in full when the statement comes in, this will help to ensure that you don’t manage to get into financial hot water, but life isn’t always that easy and sometimes you might need to borrow on your card. There are almost inevitably times of trouble and

Applying for a Tax ID for Starting a Business

By |October 13th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

An employer identification number (EIN also called a tax identification number is a number which the IRS assigns for the purposes of identifying business entities. You may have one already if you ran a business in the past. However, when starting a new business, you must apply for a new tax ID number. Luckily, applying for a tax identification number

What is Going to Affect My House Price?

By |October 6th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

The housing market is a constant reference point for those looking to do two things; understand how the general economy is performing and, making an investment for the years to come. The market flows with the times and right now, the opportunity to see property as a quick financial gain has never been better. Online realtors, Fast Florida House Sale

Why I Decided to Get Life Insurance

By |October 6th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

This article was sponsored by SelectQuote and was written by fellow blogger, Emilie Burke. All thoughts and opinions are her own. If you've ever experienced the death of a loved one, you'll know how difficult it is. Loss is always unexpected, and while my family would be grieving my loss, I don't want them to worry about the financial burden losing me will

Try Before You Buy: Take Your Time Choosing the Right Vacation Home and Location

By |October 4th, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

Spending time at your favorite vacation destination can make it tempting to consider buying a vacation home in the same place. After all, owning a second home for getaways can seem really glamorous and exciting. If you enjoyed your visit at your favorite location, it makes sense you'll want to repeat the experience as often as possible. Buying a second

The Biggest Financial and Investment Mistakes Made by Personal Representatives

By |October 3rd, 2016|Categories: General Personal Finance|

When you first find out a loved one has named you as the personal representative of their will, you may feel as if it’s an honor. Once they pass away, it can begin as an emotional experience, and it’s often one that’s also overwhelming. You’ve lost someone in your life, and you’re simultaneously bombarded with all of the responsibilities that

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