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Managing Your Money

After I declared bankruptcy for the second time, I realized I needed to learn how to manage my money a lot better. I had always kind of done my own thing in regard to balancing my checkbook and things like that, but I could tell that it wasn't working for me. Instead of continuing to guess, I realized I needed to work with a financial professional to figure out where I was going wrong. It was hard for me to open up to someone, but the meetings that I had made a huge difference. I was able to learn how to manage my money, and seven years later my finances are in great shape. Check out this blog to learn how to manage your money.


Ready To Plan For Your Estate? 3 Uncommon Tips To Help You Develop The Best Possible Estate Plan

28 December 2019
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You spend your entire life building up wealth and accumulating personal belongings, which is why it is smart to have a plan for all those personal belongings when you pass away. An estate plan will ensure the things that you built up in this life are given to the right people when you pass away. Uncommon Tip #1: Plan for Personal Items First, you need to have a plan for personal items that don't hold a large monetary value, as these are the things that often matter the most to people once you are gone and are looked over the most often in estate planning. Read More …

Personal Money Management: Why You Need A Financial Expert

22 December 2015
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No matter how much money you have saved in your bank account, it can quickly reach a low amount if you don't manage it the right way. It is wise to contact a financial consultant if you are lost as to how to keep money in your private account for a long time. Below, discover what kind of services a financial expert can provide for personal money management and the price that you are likely to be charged. Read More …

Three Private Equity Firm Myths To Ignore

17 December 2015
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Partnering with a private equity firm is an excellent way for an organization to get the capital it needs to grow and excel. Unfortunately, a number of business owners miss their opportunity to experience these benefits because of myths. Here are just three equity firm myths you should be ignoring if you are considering this type of partnership. Firms Are Only Interested In A Quick Financial Fix Private equity firms aren't just interested in a quick, financial fix. Read More …

Generating Returns And Taking Smart Risks - Advantages Of High Yield Investments

8 December 2015
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Navigating the financial sector can be a difficult task for anyone without a deep knowledge of many kinds of financial instruments, so taking the time to actively seek out the best areas to put your money is an important step. While it's understandable that many people lean towards conservatism in their financial strategies, taking a more aggressive approach can have some important benefits. Below, you'll find a guide to some of the advantages of considering high yield investments for your financial portfolio. Read More …

Prepaying Estimated Income Tax For A Self-Employed Worker

7 December 2015
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Income tax generally must be withheld near the time that earnings are received. Some tax filers, however, work for themselves and do not have taxes automatically withheld. Self-employed individuals who need to prepay their federal income tax throughout the year can do so by estimating and paying their tax on a quarterly basis. Self-employed individuals must also report and pay Social Security and Medicare taxes on their federal income tax return. Read More …