Scared of Flying? Coping With the 737 Max 8 Crisis

By |April 8th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|Tags: , |

I loved flying on airplanes when I was younger. Then, something weird happened to me. I got older and my infatuation with flying slowly evaporated, and it’s all about practicality now. As I have gotten older, I find that I don’t enjoy flying all that much anymore. I am now just all too aware that I am in a pressurized

Quick and Easy Divorce in Texas

By |April 8th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

The divorce can hardly be called a natural process, due to the many nuances that are individual for each case. The conduct of the divorce process is affected by the behavior of the spouses, their relationships, the presence of joint children, common property, and the presence of a standard business. An important point is how spouses react to the fact

Home Buying 101: 10 Important Questions to Ask Before You Apply for a Home Loan

By |April 5th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Home loan / reverse mortgage or transforming assets into cash concept : House paper model , US dollar hessian bags on a wood balance scale, depicts a homeowner or a borrower turns properties into cash Are you looking to buy a new house? Before you do, you need to apply for a home loan first. When you apply for a home loan, there are questions you need to ask. This 2019, mortgage rates dropped to 4% from 4.6%. That means shoppers pay a lower monthly payment compared to last year. It looks like a small difference but 0.6% can be a big deal to first time home buyers.

Preventing Business Identity Theft: 3 Important Steps

By |April 5th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Whether you’re opening your first ever business and are the only one in the entire company or you’re running a small business with a few dozen employees, there is one thing that you’ll need at all times: capital. The words for “silver” and “money” are the same in at least 14 different languages; and while silver is great to possess, a business of any kind needs cold, hard, cash. In fact, according to a U.S. Bank study, 82% of companies that fail do so entirely because of cash flow. Hopefully, you’re getting the hang of running your own business, are offering quality products and services, and are keeping your clients happy at all times. Unfortunately, even if you’re doing all of that, your company is still in jeopardy of being deprived of its cash.

Which is The Way to go: Registered or Certified Mail?

By |April 4th, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

You’re in a quandary. You have a very important notarized document that absolutely, positively must reach its intended destination. And you want or need signed proof of delivery. You can’t take the chance of your item getting lost in the mail. But private shippers like UPS and FedEx are expensive for such items. You don’t want (or can’t afford) to spend a fortune on overnight delivery. After all, you’re a money-conscious consumer who watches the bottom line.

Diamonds Have No Value. You Know That, Right?

By |April 3rd, 2019|Categories: Personal Finance Tips|

Quick joke. What are the three rings of marriage? First, there is the engagement ring. Then, there is the wedding ring. Finally, there’s the suffering! I had no idea what I was doing when I first got married as a young man. It was quite a shock to me to learn that a man had to buy an engagement ring