Building a good credit rating is like losing weight – it takes time and poor choices to get into bad shape, and it takes time and wise choices to get back out. There’s no quick fix for poor credit scores, however, if you start making wise financial decisions and using credit responsibly, you’ll see a gradual, steady improvement in your
Did you know that the average American spent over $3,000 on takeout food in 2015? In 2016, Americans spent over $54 billion on takeout and bar drinks. Meanwhile, they only spent about $52 billion on grocery purchases. That is incredible when you think about it. Americans are more likely to get takeout or dine out instead of cooking at home.
When it comes to gambling, a large number of people have to lose a lot of money for a few to delude themselves into thinking that luck is their personal on-call saint. Also, what most people fail to realize is that the house always wins. In 2016, the global gambling industry made over $400 billion. Keep in mind, those are
Financial struggles may have damaging effects on your mental health. They do come about as a result of various factors like being fired from job, loan repayment struggles, and accumulation of bills. Illnesses are also a major cause of financial struggles. You may be one sickness away from poverty. This is because treating certain conditions may drain your bank account.
Experiencing a personal injury not only hurts your body; you can also feel that pain in your wallet. Between the medical costs and time lost from work, a personal injury can be financially devastating, even to those who have an emergency savings fund. Fortunately, there are ways to recuperate costs and recover both physically and financially from a personal injury.
Premises liability is a legal term that is typically utilized in personal injury cases where an injury has occurred on someone's property due to hazardous conditions. In most instances, the injured person must prove that the property owner has exhibited some form of negligence. Negligence usually means that the owner of the property has not reasonably taken care of it