Archives for September 2013

Money Saving Tips for Students

It’s daunting for a parent when they wave their child off as they begin the next chapter of their life as a college student… it only seems like a short while since they were starting kindergarten. Parents do as much as possible to educate their children with life skills: necessities like how to separate the whites and the […]

Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling Tips

Remodeling a house adds a personalized touch and truly makes the home “yours.” That said, the idea of remodeling a house can cause mixed feelings about the whole task. The process can be as exciting as intimidating. The good news is that you can modernize your home all by yourself, with exquisite furniture and fixtures that offer your home a personality of […]

Internet Safety: Protect Yourself Online

Online banking is extremely convenient. But being able to control accounts from home has some associated risks of managing financial information online. What are some of the ways that you can protect yourself while banking online and processing payments with credit cards? Access Accounts from Secure Networks Unsecured WiFi networks can leave you at risk when it comes to […]

Does Your Child Like Math And Science?

If your child enjoys math or science you are in luck, math and science can lead to high paying careers in engineering, finance, health, and many other dynamic industries. Excelling in these subjects opens up many career prospects for learners. Mathematical and scientific skills are highly valuable to employers and job opportunities in these disciplines are among […]

The Savings Associated With College Athletic Scholarships

Scholarships can help to take the stress out of paying for college. College athletic scholarships can enable students to attend school while playing one of their favorite sports, drastically reduce the cost of the education and provide the student with other ‘perks’ while attending the college. Free Education The #1 perk of an Athletic Scholarship is […]

Filing for Divorce – Prepare Wisely to Mitigate the Financial Fallout

A Looming Divorce Rate Yes, it is official! Almost 50% of the marriages in the U.S. end in divorce. And let us face it; almost every divorce is traumatic in one way or another.  The decision to file for divorce brings with it a whole list of unpleasant situations that have to be addressed during […]

Fun Ways to Teach Your Child Money Management

The media is always talking about how the children of today aren’t being prepared properly for the future. And one key area that is lacking in public education is knowing how to manage their money. Here are some fun ways to teach your kids about money. Educational Gaming Video games are often blamed for inducing violent behaviour in […]

Financial Implications of a DUI

Statistics reveal that incidents caused by driving under the influence impose a massive $51.1 billion financial cost. Many times the offender doesn’t even realize the extent of the financial implications caused by his actions… upon himself and the public. Costs Defined A DUI can lead to a variety of costs including attorney fees, court fees, impounding or […]