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Weekly Sunday Tips

Weekly Tip Jan 31: High Bank Fees and What to Do …

Banking fees have been climbing at an alarming rate over the years. These days, it is common to learn about a bank charging $36 for one returned check, $25 for a money transfer, $150 for a consumer loan application, and $10 per month for checking.

Money Management

How To Help Cover The Costs Of Medical Bills From Medical Emergencies

When trying to cover the costs of medical bills from medical emergencies, it’s important to seek professional help. Sudden illnesses or injuries can leave your family devastated, both emotionally and financially.

Consumer Tips

Easy Exercises for People with Diabetes

Diabetes is an unpredictable disease. It can happen to anyone. There are no specific factors for diabetes, although overweight and family history of the disease is the major risk factor.

Achieving Success

7 Tips for Financial Planning and Achieving Success

Many times achieving success means financial accomplishments. We all know the quote “Money can’t buy you happiness but its more comfortable to cry in Mercedes than on bicycle”. This quote proves that money may bring you a comfort.

Consumer Tips

Should College Students Have a Strict Dress Code?

Every once in a while the mass media and social media go into a tizzy because some college or the other in India is accused of announcing very strict dress codes that seek to limit the freedom that girls especially like to exercise once they step into college.


These Insurances Can Save a Lot of Money

Insurance is coverage available against certain risk, be it life, health, risks to household items, automobiles, business debts, etc. Different companies offer such insurance products, and the premiums charged by them also differ.


The Investment Landscape: Where We Are, And Where We Want To Go

Less than 30% of people 30 years old and younger are putting their money in stocks. Having grown up in the shadow of the Great Recession, and seeing first-hand the repercussions of the dot-com bust of the early 2000s and the fiscal crisis of 2008-2009 …

Credit Cards

Credit Cards: A Brief Starter Guide

Credit cards can be your greatest friend, or your very worst enemy. Researchers have found that the average credit card debt is $7750, but if you let this amount of money sit for too long it can turn into five digits faster than you think.


How to Choose Investment Objectives – Prioritize Your Investment Strategy

People invest their money for all the right or wrong reasons. But investing for an easy retirement and investing to become a millionaire are two very different things.

Business Services

What Every Remote Workforce Needs

The traditional workplace environment has changed irrevocably with the influx of new technology. No longer confined to the same physical location, work teams have been using the virtual office environment to collaborate from different locations, allowing companies to harness talent from sometimes even different countries.

ID Theft

How to Prevent Identity Theft: Don’t be a Victim! Here Are 8 Things You Must Know

It can happen to anyone, at anytime, and according to the FBI, roughly 10 million Americans fall victim every year. Identity theft is a serious threat with lasting consequences, and perpetrators are becoming increasingly savvy when it comes to stealing your personal information for their own nefarious gain.

The Game of Life

Importance of Fitness for Good Health

Fitness is an important aspect of everyone’s lives, regardless of gender or age. With more people choosing to lead sedentary lives, there is an increasing need for fitness awareness. People require regular physical activity in their lives to keep fit and maintain a healthy weight.

Home Tips

Home Tips for Keeping Osteoporosis Away

By using things already available at home for certain ailments, people can reduce traveling time and gas costs. There is less stress about having to plan a visit to the doctor or beauty parlor periodically.

Weekly Sunday Tips

Weekly Tip Jan 17: Pending Foreclosure? Take Action …

Tweet If you have fallen behind on your mortgage, then you know red flags are popping up everywhere. Sometimes falling behind a mortgage just can’t be avoided. The loss of


Traveling Tips for Smokers

If you’re among the one in five Americans who still smokes or otherwise consumes nicotine, then traveling can be a rough and stressful experience in many situations.