Archives for October 2011

5 Simple Tips on Saving Gas Money

With retail gas prices increasing at an alarming rate plus today’s tough economy, saving money on gas just makes sense. The high cost of gasoline nowadays not only affects car owners; the higher cost of transportation actually affects almost every American consumer. Tip 1: Keep Your Car Properly Maintained Keeping your car properly maintained is a […]

Tips to Keep Your Electric Bill Within Budget

Are your electricity bills killing your monthly budget? After your mortgage or rent, electricity and car expenses are the next major expenses. Don’t let your electricity bills shoot through the roof, take immediate action before it is too late. So the question arises what can you do to put a leash on your utility bill? Here are a few […]

The Frugal Guide to Building Wealth

So you want to build up some savings and family wealth? There’s nothing wrong with that.  It’s only the love of money that’s the root of all evil. The often misquoted verse is located in 1 Timothy 6:10. “For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they […]

A Step-By-Step Guide to Managing a Deceased Loved One’s Estate

The death of a loved one is a trying time.  There are a lot of things that need to be done once the funeral arrangements have been made and the guests have paid their respects. Here is a list of items that will help you get started in knowing what lies ahead in order to […]

How To Develop Winning Money Management Skills

Better Money Management Skills by Benard Solomon Is it true that once you have a certain level of money your future income is guaranteed? Unfortunately, it is not certain. The life stories and habits of the wealthy doesn’t support the popular belief that the more you earn, the rosier your life will become. If a […]

6 Ways a Slow Cooker Can Save You Money

I’ve always loved autumn. It might sound cliché but there is something special about evenings by the fire and the way nature gives us a fantastic show of colour. In addition to being a great excuse for drinking plenty of hot chocolate and curling up on the sofa to watch a movie, autumn is a great […]

Is Financing Your Child’s Mortgage Right for Your Family?

Having children requires a considerable financial investment. It calls for clothes to be bought, education costs to be paid, and years of doctor’s appointments to cover, and that doesn’t even include the cost of the latest iPad or camera phone. But what if your child is 30 years old, and hasn’t lived under your roof […]

Term or Whole Life Insurance- Whats The Right Option for You?

The main thing to keep in mind when thinking about what type of life insurance you should buy is to first determine why you are buying the insurance in the first place. There are many reasons why you need life insurance. Some of these reasons can include the following: Final costs including funeral and debts. Mortgage […]