Archives for June 2017

Safe Summer: 3 Ways to Protect Your Kids from Recreational Injuries

Yes, summer is finally here, and many families are so looking forward to a stress-free and busy season. Exercising a bit of extra caution will help in making this an active, exciting, and safe break from school-year routines.

Poor Credit Got You Down? Try This…

A bad credit score hurts you in many ways, it not only prevents you from buying stuff, it also raises the interest rate you have to pay on stuff you do buy. People with Good Credit Pay Lower Interest Rates. So how do you improve your credit score?

How to Create the Ideal Home Office You’ll Enjoy Working In

Working from home is an awesome perk, but not if you’re stuck working on the cluttered corner of the kitchen table. To ensure maximum focus and creativity, you need to provide yourself with optimal working conditions. Consider creating a tranquil space that lends itself to getting things done while fostering productivity and creativity. Comfort and functionality are the keys to making your office space enjoyable while performing your day-to-day tasks. Here are some tips on how to create a perfect space that stimulates your mind and productivity.

Modern Housing Hacks to Get a New House- Cheap

One of the most effective ways to build wealth is to either own land or own a home. If you have both, you may be able to secure your financial future and that of generations to come. But houses are expensive and a major portion of the cost goes to the general contractor who oversees […]

Landscaping the Perfect Yard on a Budget

Real Estate professionals stress the importance of “Curb Appeal” but it’s not just for selling your house. Your yard is the first impression you make on guests, neighbors, and yourself. When you simply want your house to stand out, your yard and curb appeal are what is going to make a big difference. Many people neglect their yards due to the cost involved. Fortunately, there are a few ways to fund a better yard on a budget when you want to give it a makeover.

Budget Busters: How to Handle Unexpected Costs

“When you have the money it isn’t an emergency but simply an inconvenience.” You should be setting aside money to cover these unexpected eventualities. But if you haven’t, you are in good company.

Saving Money in the Laundry Room?

Doing household chores shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. There are plenty of ways to save money on laundry and here are some good ideas to get you started.

True Cost: How to Calculate the Financial Needs of Your Family

When you sit down to write out your expenses, you probably know that you need to account for mortgage or rent, heating, electricity, water, car bills, credit card payments and student loan debt. However, don’t forget to account for the smaller bills too. For example, you might need to contribute money to your children’s sports team, or you may have small private loan that you’re still paying off. Don’t forget that money has to pay for food whether you’re going to the grocery store or eating out at restaurants. Don’t forget to factor in things like insurance and saving for emergencies.