2014 was definitely an interesting and exciting year for investing. The stock market hit amazing new highs and also had impressive returns. On the other hand, many investors will look back on 2014 as a year when the stock market made them anxious and uncertain, especially when stocks were seemingly … Read more about What are the most Important Takeaways for Investors from 2014?
Remodeling your kitchen with granite countertops, custom- made cabinets, hardwood floors, and professional stainless steel appliances can be quite enticing, but can you afford it? The national average for a minor kitchen remodel is $18,550, and for a major remodel, a whopping $54,000. These numbers … Read more about Budget- Friendly Kitchen Remodel
The “American dream” of home ownership is, unfortunately, becoming just that; a dream. Many Americans can no longer afford to buy a home and, with the recent housing bubble and current foreclosure crisis, many once common beliefs about buying a home have changed drastically during just the last 10 … Read more about Once Common Home Buying Beliefs that are No Longer True
If your old automobile is ready for the junk pile (or even if it’s not) and you’re going to be purchasing a new car in 2015, today’s blog should help you save quite a bit of money. It’s got 4 Tips that will help you to avoid the tricks and traps that dealers have an walkout of any dealership with … Read more about Buying a New Car in 2015? Here are 4 Tips that will help you get a Great Deal
If you feel that you make a “decent living” and that you follow most of the rules of money management as well as you can, but you still feel “broke” at the end of every week, that’s a good indication that your finances are not exactly in order. Lucky for you, we’ve got 3 Tips today that should … Read more about Broke as a Joke? These 3 Tips Will Help
One of the most frequent questions that investors ask when they begin to purchase stocks is this; in order to receive the dividend payment, when do I have to buy? In truth, the answer is a bit complicated. The company whose stock you purchase won’t tell you the day when their dividend is … Read more about When is the Best Time to Buy a Stock if you want to Get Dividends?
If you ask most consumers what the most important aspect of their credit score happens to be, many of them will tell you that they simply don’t know. There are a number of factors, no doubt, including payment history, late payments, whether you pay your balance in full at the end of every month … Read more about The Most Important Facts you Need to Know about your Credit Score
For many of us, the start of a new year is the chance to do things the “right” way and make some healthy changes that will positively affect our lives. Many people sit down to make “New Year’s Resolutions” and some of those inevitably involve financial resolutions of one kind or another. Now, to … Read more about Making any Financial Resolutions for 2015? Here’s How to Keep Them