Archives for December 2019

Don’t Waste Money On Money Transfers!

Thanks to modern technology and the constant connectivity most people enjoy in their day-to-day lives, it’s never been easier to move money around or even transfer funds to friends and family. It’s the associated fees that become inconvenient after a while, so it’s important to make sure you’re choosing wisely when it comes to how […]

Personal Financial Update. Part 3. DEC 2019

2019 is already over.  This year seemed to fly by.  Since this will be my last personal update of the year it is a good time to look back and review 2019 from a personal finance standpoint. Wealth Building 2019 was a very good year for my portfolio.  I’m up just over $70,000 for the […]

How To Avoid Getting Into Medical Debt

Medical debt is a growing concern for many families. The rising cost of healthcare is incredibly expensive and can cause financial ruin for families who are unprepared. Having a plan in place for medical bills that may arise is a high priority. What can you do to prevent medical expenses from causing you harm? Here […]

A Middle Class’ Guide to Finding the Right Financial Advisor

Investments are not just for the rich as the market has diversified its portfolio to include people who would like to have a share of the economy. Most investment firms hire financial advisors to educate people on how they can start their money market ventures.

6 Top Reasons Why You Should Work With a Payment Solutions Provider (PSP) 

Are you planning to launch your new e-commerce website? Or maybe you want to monetize the current one. Among the many decisions that you should make is your choice for a payment solutions provider.  Here are the leading reasons for working with PSPs. 

How Low Interest Rates Can Affect Retirement

Have recent interest rate cuts impacted retirement?  The short answer is yes.  Things can get complicated, but low interest rates do have long-term effects on the economy and could alter your retirement planning. Retirement Income One of the most obvious short-term effects to lower interest rates is a decrease in income generated from CD’s and […]

Financial Decisions To Make If You Win The Lottery

The internet is awash with stories of people who won the lottery, often running into millions of dollars, only to go broke in a few years. From William Post III who won a $16.2 million jackpot to Evelyn Marie Adams who won two lotteries, totaling $5.4 million, the list is endless. These people could have […]

Charity Raffle Prize Ideas to Help Raise Funds for Your Next Charity Event

Nothing can quickly and effectively raise you more money in a charity event than hosting a charity raffle. It’s a fundraising strategy that requires less money and less planning to fully engage existing donors. 

How to Save Money While Updating an Old House

If you’re looking to sell your home, studies show it will cost an average of $15,200 to do it! What if you’re working with a tight budget? What if your home is old, and you’re worried that may drive costs up even more? The good news is that amount isn’t set in stone. It is […]

How To Make The Debt Snowball Payment Strategy Work For You

What happens when you roll a snowball? It gets bigger and bigger until it’s so big it’s practically indestructible. That’s good fun when you’re a kid. It’s just as fun as an adult when you use this snowball method to tackle your debt So what is the debt snowball method? Continue reading to learn what […]