Considering Divorce? Your Budget Will Take a Major Hit

Divorce at any point in life will be expensive and that is not just counting the lawyer’s fees. If you’re in the middle of a divorce or considering the process, take a close look at how your budget will change.

3 Keys to Teaching Your Kids Financial Literacy

Teaching kids how to take care of their money while they are still kids can help them become financially healthy adults. They must learn how to take care of their money, even if their school doesn’t offer classes in money management. You, as their parent, should teach them about the concepts of budgeting, saving, and spending. If you do, they stand a better chance of developing excellent and healthy financial habits that will benefit them well into adulthood.

Have You Made Mistakes? Why and How to Get Them Expunged

If you’ve made mistakes in the past that resulted in your getting a “record” whether it be Criminal or Civil these mistakes can follow you and make your life miserable (and much more difficult). Having a “record” can make it hard to get a job, rent an apartment, or get a loan or credit card. Drug crimes (including possession) can certainly turn employers off and make finding work much harder. You might think that there is nothing you can do. But if you’ve “turned over a new leaf” and are trying to get your life back on track you may be able to get your record expunged.

Money & Mannerisms: Traits That Lead to Success

In many ways, our financial habits are an expression of our personalities. Those who tend to be impulsive in other areas of their lives may be more likely to spend money on a whim. Those who tend to be more measured in other areas of their lives may also be more likely to be calculated when it comes to their finances. Let’s take a look at some other ways that your personality traits correlate with your financial success.

Odds and Ends: 3 Ways To Make Money While Clearing Clutter

Although many people throw out, recycle or upcycle remaining odds and ends after clearing clutter out of their homes, there’s no reason that you should waste an opportunity to make a little extra cash. As the old saying goes, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”

Break Free, Reduce Stress and Upgrade Your Lifestyle

After spending years on a tight budget, struggling to make ends meet, you finally see a light at the end of the tunnel. With time and hard work, you’re able to move beyond worrying about paying the bills. In fact, you may be at a point in your life where you’re living a bit more comfortably.

Unfortunately, life is a giant paradox… throughout most of our lives we are in one of two situations either we have plenty of time but no money or we have enough money but no time. If you’ve conquered the money problem and are fighting the time problem, how would you like to improve your lifestyle and free up some time?

Cross Country: Tips For Your Next Move

Many people look forward to moving and relocating to a new city or state. For those who are moving cross country, it can be expensive to transport all of the items to a new location. When you want to save money and reduce your costs, there are a few important tips to follow.

Be Sure Your Family is Secure Physically and Financially

As parents, we all want our homes and family to be well protected. Ensuring the well-being of your family is your ultimate goal as a parent. However, we can’t always be present to make sure this happens. As a result, home security systems and certain types of insurance coverage can help to ensure the safety of everyone and everything under your roof.