9 Pocket Friendly Tips to Make Your Bedroom Look More Luxurious

By |July 19th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Making your bedroom luxurious does not have to be expensive. All you need is to learn a few budget-friendly tips to create the feel and look good as you always wanted. Here are some of them: Invest In a Good Mattress Nobody wants to retire to a room characterized with a saggy, lumpy, and worn-out mattress at the end of

Beware the Card Cracking Scam That Makes Victims Accomplices

By |July 18th, 2019|Categories: Life, Personal Finance Tips|

Innocence and willful stupidity are two extremely different things. It’s the difference between being young enough not to be able to appreciate the long-term consequences of actions and being old enough to know better yet pretending not to know. If life is hard enough, if personal problems are bad enough, its always easy to see what one wants to see.

Here’s Why You Should Rethink Taking Out a Wedding Loan

By |July 17th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

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.

Millennials Won’t Buy a New Home Unless It Suits Their Pets

By |July 15th, 2019|Categories: General Personal Finance, Personal Finance Tips|

I was terrified when I first began looking at homes to buy. There is much to consider. One-bedroom or two bedrooms? Should I buy a home that accommodates my current family size, or one that is big enough in case we have an addition? Perhaps I should choose a home with a connected garage, so I am not soaked when

Do You Need A Construction Attorney?

By |July 15th, 2019|Categories: Life, Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , |

Whether you are a homeowner or own a company, you might need a construction project completed at some point. You will usually enter into a contract prior to the start of construction. You’ll also want the job done correctly and won’t want any payment disputes. This is why you may need legal help. An attorney will be able to review

Active vs. Passive Investing

By |July 15th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

If you’ve decided to invest your money in the markets, one of the first decisions you’ll have to make is what strategy you’ll use while choosing investments. To build the best portfolio for your financial goals, your risk tolerance, your initial capital, as well as your time horizon, you’ll need to decide, broadly speaking, between “active” investing and “passive” investing.