Most people hope that when they tie the knot, that'll be the first and last time they say "I do." But sadly, almost 50% of all marriages nationwide end in divorce or separation. And while not getting the fairytale ending you hoped for can be devastating enough, many divorced couples realize too late that their financial decisions might have made
Life can be over before you know it, so smile often while you still have teeth. That can be easier said than done for people without dental insurance. Also, fewer people are enthusiastic to go to the dentist now because of the pandemic. And depending on the dentist you visit certain dental procedures may not be permitted because of coronavirus
Many business experts believe that the simplest and best way to earn reliable income for the future is with a fixed-income investment. You can use a fixed-income investment to pay for retirement or generate extra income in the future. A fixed-income investment can also mitigate risk in a diversified financial portfolio. And most fixed-income investments pay anywhere between 5% to
According to industry professionals, such as Paul Daneshrad, there are a few ways to find success in the real estate business. By dropping certain excuses and paying attention to these musts, you can get ahead of your competition and be successful. Here are some of the most important practices for real estate agents to improve their business.
The world of Insurance can be a tricky one with its unique terms and conditions. Burial insurance policies are much like life insurance policies, except that the death benefit is much smaller. The policy is specifically designed to cover funeral and burial costs when you die, so your loved ones aren’t burdened financially. Selecting an insurance policy is probably the
Have you recovered from the stock market drama involving GameStop yet? The whole fiasco sounded like the plot out of a cable or streaming drama; poor and working-class investors defeating rich, elitist Wall Street investors at their own game. “Retail investors,” meaning people like you and me, are taken just as seriously as traditional investors now. “Meme Investing,” now a