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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.

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3 Tips To Start Improving Your Credit

10 March 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Credit is more important than many realize. It determines whether you are going to get a loan, a job, a home and even a good rate on your insurance. Because of this, you want to make sure your credit is in the best shape it can be. Regardless of what might have happened in the past, you can begin improving your credit today and reshape it for the future. Follow these three tips below to start your credit on the right track. Read More …

Does A Reverse Mortgage Make Sense For You?

23 December 2015
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Your primary residence is the largest single asset most Americans have. However, unlike CDs, stocks and other financial instruments, home equity generally isn't available to the homeowner unless he or she sells the house. For older Americans, who own their homes outright, a reverse mortgage is a way to tap into the value that's been building up for years without having to move away from the home you've created so many memories in. Read More …

Tips For Paying Off Your Student Loans

22 December 2015
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

It's very common to leave school and enter the world of work with student loans. Here are some tips for paying them off as quickly as possible and keeping them under control. 1. Consider Income-Driven Repayment Plans Chances are good that if you have just left college, you're not going to be working your dream job and making tons of money. You are likely going to be working an entry-level position or a temporary job that is not related to your field while you look for more permanent work. Read More …

How To Get Your Mortgage Paid On Time

21 December 2015
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

The goal is to have enough money to pay your bills and to pay them on time. However, it is very easy to fall on hard times. If your mortgage is due in the next few days and you do not have the money, then you have to explore your options. Read on to find out how to pay your mortgage on time. Look Into A Payday Advance A payday advance or loan is a short-term unsecured loan that is due on your next payday. Read More …

Tips For Avoiding Injuries And Worker’s Compensation Claims In An Auto Body Shop

19 December 2015
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Working in an auto body shop puts you at risk of a variety of injuries from the metal fabrication, welding, painting and sanding equipment. Additionally, auto body repair requires the use of a variety of hazardous chemicals. Understanding the things that put you at the biggest risk of injury when you're at work can help you to not only avoid that injury, but also the potential for a worker's compensation claim. Read More …