Work-related injuries are always something you hear about but aren't necessarily something you thought you'd suffer from yourself. Workplace injuries can be traumatizing, painful, and can negatively impact your ability to maintain employment. That being said, it's crucial to know what to do and what your financial options are after you've suffered a serious workplace injury. We've compiled some of
There’s nothing more exciting than buying your first house, especially when you’ve been scraping the bottom of your bank account to save for a down payment. But now that you’ve bought the house, it’s important to know the difference between scraping the bottom of your bank account and digging your own financial grave.
Since the Industrial Revolution, automation and mechanization have been changing the way people conduct business and create products to sell. However, this sort of change can be incredibly difficult to predict and plan for. It has been more than 200 years since the Constitution was created, and since then, many amendments and laws have needed to be made and adjusted
When you're living on a tight budget or even paycheck-to-paycheck, certain unexpected expenses can throw you for a significant loop. For those living in the United States, one of the highest unexpected costs you might have to pay is a surprise medical bill. These costs have been climbing to unbelievable heights in recent years, making healthcare inaccessible and too expensive
It's been a particularly hot summer across the world. Where a mile of hiking can burn an average of more than 500 calories, some of the temperatures we've seen this summer have caused us to opt for more cooling cardio. With June being the month the most ice cream is produced, we've seen a summer-long need for both frozen treats
Although roughly 827,000 divorces happen every year, that fact doesn’t do much to dissuade happy couples from tying the knot. That said, if you want your marriage to succeed, you might want to do everything you can to avoid financial issues; after all, money is cited as the second leading cause of divorce. For those who want to start their marriages off the right way, planning a wedding within your budgetary means is essential. In other words, you should steer clear of overspending. Unfortunately, that’s one mistake a lot of American couples are making. In fact, taking out a wedding loan is becoming more common than ever — but that doesn’t mean you should follow the trend.