Advice

Understanding Health Insurance – A Comprehensive Guide for the Novice

December 8, 2014

Understanding Health Insurance – A Comprehensive Guide for the Novice Health insurance is inherently complicated. While it is true that many know and understand what many of the terms mean in individual health insurances and have a basic understanding of the details of their medical health insurance plan, there is still a lot of confusion […]

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5 Financial Tips for Single Parents

November 6, 2014

5 Financial Tips for Single Parents According to statistics, single parents face numerous complications with personal finance. Approximately 13 million households within the United States consist of one parent. A balanced financial strategy must be developed and followed in order to meet the financial and the emotional-based demands associated with such households. Unfortunately, most single […]

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5 Unhealthy Money Beliefs That Sabotage Your Financial Success

July 15, 2014

Needless to say, your psychology about money greatly impacts your financial success. Finance experts emphasize the importance of having the right financial mindset to manage your spending and be able to pay off debt, set a substantial emergency fund, or saving for retirement. Here are five of the most common beliefs about money that are […]

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Consolidate Your Debt the Safe Way

November 19, 2012

The current economic trends are forcing many to consider consolidating their debt. But, is there a safe way to consolidate debt, so that the credit score does not take a hit that will take years to heal. If a consumer can consolidate their debt, it will help them to get back on track with their […]

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The Best Time to Switch Energy Suppliers is Now

October 7, 2012

Businesses that worry about paying too much for gas and electricity may look at ways in which they can reduce their monthly spending on energy bills. An estimated 320,000 gas and 315,000 electricity customers use prepayment meters to help them keep an eye on how much energy they use, although a number of those customers […]

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Which bank accounts are better the British or the Americans?

October 1, 2012

There are bank account differences for British and Americans. People that have lived in both the United Kingdom and United States know about the difference. Many that have not traveled abroad may not know that the American accounts are better. Also, one clarification before we get started.  British banks use a different name, which are called […]

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9 Great Tips for Saving Money & Paying Off Debt

February 24, 2012

(Guest Post) Saving money can be an incredibly slow process, and paying off personal debt can be even more tedious. Both take patience, discipline, and determination. Once you learn how to use interest rates to your advantage though, your money will start growing before your eyes. However, you have to learn to pay yourself first.  […]

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