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Three Best Tips to Creating Wealth with Self-Love Practices

We live in an abundant world where there is unlimited wealth for every one of us. You’ve probably come across dozens of articles, books, even movies that talk about how to manifest money and attract wealth. Few people, however,...

4 Characteristics of a Reputable Debt Settlement Company

In a country that offers every luxury and convenience one could reasonably imagine, it’s no surprise that American credit card debt reached an all-time high of $1.023 trillion earlier this year. The previous high came in the midst of...

Personal Finance Rules to Live By

Most of us make financial choices every day. Whether consciously or sub consciously, we regularly make spending decisions - from the food we choose to eat to the way we travel to work and the things we do in...

Getting Rich Quick Through Cryptocurrency: Is It Possible?

Roger Ver, Charlie Shrem, and Dave Carlson are all names you may recognize if you’re familiar with cryptocurrency. All three men have gotten rich quickly due to this digital currency craze that has been circling the market for years...

These Financial Missteps Can Sabotage Your Marriage

No one wants to believe that something as mundane as money could get in the way of their happily ever after, but the truth is this: Money troubles can spell disaster for your marriage if you don’t know how...

3 Ways to Detect Odometer Fraud Yourself

Am I paying too much for this car? 90% of vehicle buyers ask this question in order to negotiate with a seller and ask for a lower price. The first thing they look at is vehicle’s odometer readings. Knowing...

5 Tips of Making the Most of Your Travel Credit Card

What if I used my credit card in a full motion? This is the question, which 90% of Americans never ask. They constantly clean up their borrowing score to become eligible for the most prestigious credit solutions, while they...

Are Millennials at Risk of Missing out on Pensions

Millennials eh? It’s all avocados, selfies and Netflix with them isn’t it? Or so the stereotype would have it. But what about pensions? While it might not be a topic we associate with the smartphone wielding generation, maybe it’s...

5 Interesting ways of Making Money

Traditional jobs are those that have normal hours from 9 -5. While this particular kind of job can appeal to some people, it may not be the best for everyone.  Some workers desire jobs that border on the unusual...

The Implications of a Divorce/Separation to a Will

It is necessary to review a will every 3 to 5 years especially when some personal or financial situations arise such as marriage, separation, divorce, having children and so on. Your relationship status has strong implications on existing wills...

Fighting Traffic Tickets – Did You Get Caught Driving to Fast?

We can all relate to the feeling of being in a hurry and unwittingly rolling through the stop sign at the corner of our street or traveling down the interstate with what we perceive to be the normal rate of speed- when out of nowhere blue lights appear in...

What is a Reverse Mortgage

Rumors are that a reverse mortgage is only for people of a certain age – usually seniors. True or false? Reverse Mortgage: American Style For the most part, it’s true, particularly if you consider how they came about. In the United States, reverse mortgages have been around for some 20 years...

Living on Credit – You’re Just Asking For Trouble

Living on credit means either being in debt or being on debt overload, also known as debt overhang. A distinction between these two is important. Being in debt is a normal situation for us mortals. Being in debt covers those sums of money we owe for goods and services that...

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