Archives for January 2014

Considering Investing In Real Estate? Arizona Is Your Ticket to Success

Initially, Arizona seemed immune to the housing slump that began plaguing the United States at the end of 2007. But Arizona resident’s rising confidence in their local economy stemming from their state’s apparent economic immunity was quickly snuffed out; as Arizona soon became one of the hardest hit states in the nation. As a result, […]

Can Debt Settlement Be Your Way Out of Debt?

Debt is a serious problem for more than 50 percent of the households in the United States. But before we can talk about a way out of debt, you must understand the mechanism for getting into debt. Is Credit Really Your Friend? If you’re like most people you’ll find your mail box full of pre-approved […]

Know Your Limits: Making a Returns Policy That Works for Your Business

Crafting a refund policy might be the last thing on your mind when it comes to any business startup. Sometimes, it can feel like the things to keep track of are endless, but leaving your returns policy to the last minute is not going to help you in the long run. When faced with the […]

False Economies vs. Practical Savings

There are a lot of things out there that will help you save. Unfortunately many of them don’t actually work, they fall under the collective description of false economies.  Very often they come down to promises from a particular brand, company or person that sound great but in reality are not all that great. So […]

Retirement Resolutions to Make in 2014

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. With the start of a new year here, many people may be looking for ways to get their financial strategy on the right track. This can revolve around many things, but there could be a greater number of […]

Keep Your Finances in Your Wallet: How To Save While Shopping Online

Money for most people is a finite resource, and it seems as if everyone looks for ways to save money today when possible. But, did you know that you can save money while shopping online for items you need and want? A new service called Chippmunk can help. This unique service helps you search for and find […]

The Autumn Statement Mixes Some Good News with Some Bad News

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. Recently, the Chancellor gave his traditional autumn statement and he was particularly upbeat this time around (it is probably part of the job description). He announced a wide range of changes to many things that affect people’s individual […]