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Consumer Tips Featured

How to Find a Way to Afford the Surgery You Need

Have you recently been told by your doctor that you need to have surgery? If so, you might be worried about how you will pay for it.

Consumer Tips Featured

What You Should Know About Timeshares

A timeshare describes jointly owned property that is typically used as a vacation home and allows the owners to use it at certain times of the year. Timeshares rose in importance in the 1970s and have been part of the US vacation fabric since then.

Investments

Top Four Physical Assets to Invest in and Why

A lot of attention is given to investments such as stocks and bonds, but very few financial planners spend a lot of time discussing physical assets.

Featured The Game of Life

5 Fun & Easy Ways to Raise Money

If you need to raise money for a church mission trip or to support a community organization, you have a number of options available to you. These options include events that can be held in one day or projects that can take weeks or even months to complete.

Budgeting

Budget Cuts: How to Make a More Frugal Home

A job loss or a cut in hours at work can lead to a need to cut back on expenses to meet a home budget. While most people will need a negative experience to cut back, there are some who will do so voluntarily to save up for retirement, or an emergency fund.

Small Business

10 Employee Perks That Won’t Cost You a Cent

As a small business owner, you can’t possibly compete with the big guys. Not on salary. Nor on benefits.

Money Management

Five Tips for a Smart Homeowner’s Budget

If you want to try a new restaurant in a state you’ve never visited, would you go without Google maps? I didn’t think so. Why, then, would you ever go through life without a budget?

Career Planning Featured

Extreme Jobs for Those Who Don’t Fear Heights: See Through a GoPro

Extreme sports enthusiasts looking for an adrenaline rush may transfer that desire into a number of modern day occupations. These jobs may send a chill up and down the spine whether suffering from acrophobia or not.

Consumer Tips Featured

14 Ways to Save on Water This Summer

It is going to be a long, hot summer, but that is not anything new. What is new are the advanced restrictions your town has placed on water usage, mandating water bans and increasing usage costs to help consumers make more efficient choices.

Consumer Tips Featured

How To Document Your Personal Injury Expenses

When you sustain injuries in an automobile accident, your insurance claims adjuster will request a lot of documentation to support your claim.

Small Business

How to Create a Highly Desirable Work Culture

Many of us want to work at a place where we are appreciated. Unfortunately, that desire is often not met. Instead, we find ourselves working at a job because we have to, not because we want to.

Money Management

Overcome Common Financial Burdens That Are Holding You Back

Everyone struggles with financial issues occasionally, but don’t get bogged down in money problems that can cause serious issues.