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Improving My Financial Situation

After struggling with money for years, I finally made the decision to start focusing on my finances. Instead of buying whatever I wanted and hoping for the best when my rent came due, I started carefully calculating my expenses and budgeting my money carefully. It took a lot of practice, but after a few months, I could tell that it was making a significant difference. I started noticing that I had more money in my pocket and that I was less stressed about the hassles involved with fulfilling my financial obligations. This blog is all about improving your financial situation.

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Three Easy Ways To Learn The Stock Market
5 November 2017

To the uninformed, the stock market is undoubtedly

So Your Child Needs Help Getting An Auto Loan: What Can You Do Besides Co-Sign?
19 September 2017

No matter how old your child is, until they become

Considering A Personal Loan? Don't Forget To Ask These Questions To Your Lender First
16 February 2016

From finally replacing that worn out furnace to pa

How To Use Your Own Home As Collateral To Pay Someone's Bail
5 February 2016

When someone has been arrested, they can go to jai

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Three Easy Ways To Learn The Stock Market

To the uninformed, the stock market is undoubtedly extremely confusing. Most people don't know the difference between a bull market or bear market or any of the other 8,000 terms listed in the National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations' (NASDAQ) online glossary of stock market and related financial terms. Like any industry, learning the jargon can initially pose a hurdle, but with time, effort, and study, you can learn how to play the stock market game. Read More 

So Your Child Needs Help Getting An Auto Loan: What Can You Do Besides Co-Sign?

No matter how old your child is, until they become financially "settled" in life, things can be rough for them and for you. However, since you won't feel comfortable with them driving around in a beaten-up and potentially dangerous old clunker, how can you help them into a decent vehicle, without co-signing the loan for them? As a concerned parent, here are a few sound suggestions on helping your kid(s) get behind the wheel of a safe, dependable and more economical car, without risking your own good credit in the process. Read More 

Understanding Your Responsibilities Before Signing A Bail Bond: 3 Common Types Of Conditions You Might Need To Comply With

If you find yourself on the other side of the law, there might come a time when you need to understand how the bail process works. Once bail is set, you can pay the bail amount and be released from jail until you're set to show up in court. While the Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution requires that the bail not be excessive, it can still be unaffordable. You don't have to pay the full bail amount if you take out a bail bond; however, if you do, you'll be expected to pay a non-refundable premium that is approximately 10% of the total bail amount. Read More 

Considering A Personal Loan? Don’t Forget To Ask These Questions To Your Lender First

From finally replacing that worn out furnace to paying for their dream wedding, there are many good reasons why people are considering a personal loan. If you have an unexpected expense or simply want to pay off debt or take a family vacation, working with a reputable lender to secure a personal loan is a great option – but it is important to learn some valuable information before signing on the dotted line. Read More 

How To Use Your Own Home As Collateral To Pay Someone’s Bail

When someone has been arrested, they can go to jail and wait for weeks or months for their trial date. If this person has obligations to take care of, such as a family or job, they can't take care of them while they are in jail. If you need to help out a jailed friend or relative by hiring a bail bonds company to post bail for them, there are several different ways you can finance the bond for their bail. Read More