5 Types of Workplace Injuries and How to Pursue a Legal Settlement

Getting hurt at work can leave you with both physical pain and financial stress. If you get injured at work, it’s key to know your rights and the steps needed to receive a legal payout. Getting hurt at work can mess up your finances, so know your rights to get the settlement you deserve. From […]

Here’s How to Navigate an Embezzlement Charge

If you’ve ever faced an embezzlement charge, you probably know how difficult it can be to get the charges dropped, reduced, or dismissed. According to Investopedia, embezzlement refers to a type of white-collar crime where an individual or entity intentionally mismanages or misappropriates financial assets entrusted to them and uses these assets in an unauthorized […]

How to Overcome Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy is a financial situation in which someone can’t pay back bills. It can be very stressful and demanding, but it doesn’t have to be the end of the road. Several things can be done to get out of bankruptcy and get your finances back on track. Read on and learn more about overcoming bankruptcy, […]

5 Ways You Can Avoid Bankruptcy

Many people face financial constraints, and it is how they handle the problem that offers the solution. In extreme cases, you might want to look for a more targeted solution to the problem. Filing for bankruptcy is among the many ways. You should, however, view bankruptcy as the last-ditch in your plan. In cases where […]

Timeshare Maintenance Fees Drain Owner’s Wallets

As you begin the process of budgeting and saving money, it’s important to spend some time evaluating whether your timeshare is helping you or hurting you. Timeshares are an expensive proposition, and they tend to drain the wallets of their owners over time. If you have a timeshare, chances are you’re spending far more money […]

7 Tips to Help You Cut Down Your Debt

Debt can be crippling if you let it build up without attempting to pay it down. Sometimes you can end up deep in debt because of an unexpected expense or problem, and it can feel impossible to get out of the debt you’re in. Especially after 2020 when so many people lost their jobs and […]

The Problems That Come With Being a 30K Millionaire

I’ve recently been introduced to the concept of the 30K millionaire. Apparently, the concept has been around for several years, but I first heard of it about a month ago.  So, what exactly is a 30K millionaire?  I decided to do some research and share what I found with you. So, What Is a 30K […]

Personal Financial Update June 2020

June has arrived and with it my personal financial update, June 2020. Our pool is open, the garden is planted, and we were able to do our first kayak trip of the season on the river near our cabin. The world is still in turmoil, as the coronavirus is still infecting millions of people, and […]

Mortgage Refinance Checklist

Refinancing your mortgage is an excellent way to save money and shorten the term of your loan. But you need to do your research to see if a refinance is right for you. Interest rates are at historic lows, but a low rate alone is not a reason to refinance. Here is a mortgage refinance […]

Coronavirus Credit Card Relief Programs

If you are carrying a balance on credit cards and have suffered a job loss or income reduction due to the Coronavirus pandemic, then you may qualify for some relief.  Multiple credit card issuers have launched programs to assist customers who may have trouble meeting their payment obligations during these unprecedented times.  I’ve compiled a […]