Archives for December 2016

Avoiding Common Health Insurance Mistakes

If you’re shopping for health insurance, it’s essential that you select the right plan for you and your family. Health insurance is a very important part of being able to obtain health care at an affordable cost, and if you don’t select the right plan, you could be struggling to find a doctor that will see you or you could be on the hook to pay for the care you need. To help you make the best choices, be sure to avoid the following mistakes when shopping for health insurance.

Big Costly Decisions: Are You Ready to Take on a Mortgage?

Buying a home is the biggest single purchase most people will make in their entire lives and so it is also an opportunity to make one of the biggest mistakes as people learned beginning in 2008. Up until then the new millenium only included rising home prices and so even a bad deal would come out good if you waited long enough. But then according to RealtyTrac, in 2007 the tide began to turn and over a million foreclosure filings were recorded.

The 4 Kinds of Health Insurance: Which is Best for You?

Health insurance can be a difficult concept to fully understand. Various deductibles, types of coverage, and plan benefits make it difficult to decipher on your own, especially if you aren’t familiar with what everything means. When it comes to coverage in a time of need, your main focus is on the care that is being […]

4 Money-Saving Tips Used By Financial Experts

Whether you’re putting money toward retirement or just scrimping to get by, there are a number of steps you should take to optimize your money’s value. Here are 4 money optimizing tips that the financial experts use.

4 More Ways to Pick Up Some Quick Cash

There’s nothing worse than facing an urgent expense with no cash. A few weeks ago we published 5 Easy Ways to Pick Up Some Quick Cash and today we have 4 more ideas for you.

Home Maintenance: How To Save Money This Winter

As the temperature drops, your heating bills can soar. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), heating and cooling your home can account for as much as 48% of your utility bills. But a few simple steps can drastically cut your energy expenses. Here are some tips for home maintenance that will help you save money this winter.