Here’s Why You Need a Private Safe Deposit Box

By |January 23rd, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

The only thing that stresses out homeowners more than protecting their home and their loved ones is protecting their valuables. The valuables in your home can be stolen, damaged or destroyed through burglary, arson, natural disaster and a myriad of other factors. Money, jewelry, important items, and other valuables need to be protected in your home. Take burglary. According to

Should You Manage Medical Debt with Credit Cards? What Patients Need to Know

By |January 22nd, 2019|Categories: Life, Personal Finance Tips|

In the United States, nearly every medical procedure comes with an associated cost. Even individuals with quality health insurance can still face significant expenses after an accident, extended hospital stay, or intense surgery. Non-emergency expenses can still lead to medical debt, especially for specialized treatments. Unfortunately, these costs lead individuals to go without important medical care. For example, nearly 30%

Unconventional Ways to Save Money

By |January 21st, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Everybody already knows you can save money by avoiding buying $5 lattes, but there are plenty of other out-of-the-box ways to be frugal. Budgeting or using budgeting apps, having zero spend days, and eating in more often are a great start. But living frugally isn’t just a choice here and there, it’s an entire lifestyle. Below we will dive into some

The Millennial Guide to Financial Planning and Saving

By |January 21st, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Millenials are the up-and-coming generation of young people who have the incredible power of changing the economy. While studying away at college, millennials managed to pick up the highest student debt rates the nation has ever seen, then entering job and housing markets with little room left for options other than living from paycheck-to-paycheck. Luckily, if you’re a millennial faced

Playing the Market: 5 Tips on How to Pick Stocks Worth Investing In

By |January 18th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Investing can be tricky. Learning to make the right choices and generating real returns is challenging for many investors both new and old. If you're planning to invest in the stock market or have already begun, keep reading for a closer look at how to pick stocks worth investing in. Do Your Homework The famously successful investor Warren Buffet once

What to do after graduation?

By |January 18th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Here comes the time to receive your diploma. In addition to flowers and greetings, university graduates receive numerous tips and suggestions from their friends and relatives. But are they really helpful? Here are the top 12 tips about how to live your life after graduation. Find a job in a startup, which is headed by an experienced and intelligent entrepreneur. There

Automation Will Result in a Job Loss for Half of the Finance Industry

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

  Do you ever consider that this is the last era of humanity where human beings will occupy jobs that will soon be taken over by robots and automation? I don’t just mean in manufacturing and construction either. The simple robots that welded and constructed cars in auto plants in the 1980s were just the beginning. Automation and Job Loss

Who is at Fault for an Accident in Wyoming?

By |January 14th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

If you are involved in a car accident in Wyoming, you might have a few questions. One of the most common questions involves fault: who is to blame? To understand the answer to that question, you need to learn more about Wyoming’s car accident laws. Why Does Fault Matter? After a car accident, the bills can pile up. In addition

Almost Half Of Millennial Homebuyers Have No Savings For A Down Payment

By |January 10th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , , |

Nearly half of millennials who plan to buy a house in the near future have no savings for a down payment. According to a recent study by Apartment List, nine out of 10 millennial renters plan to buy a house, but 48% say they have no savings for a down payment. The study found that only 11% of millennials who plan

Calculating and Understanding Your Lifetime Wealth

By |January 10th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: |

Everyone wants to be rich. However, becoming rich is comparatively easier than staying rich. Additionally, becoming rich when you are accustomed or resigned to making an average income is nearly impossible. Unless you are born rich or marry into money, you will likely not luck into wealth like they do in Hollywood movies. No one becomes rich just by working