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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.


5 Tips For Minimizing Your Risk Of Overdraft Fees

7 March 2022
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

If the bank receives a check or automatic payment and you don't have enough money in your account to cover the transaction, you could incur an overdraft fee. In some cases, the bank may even deny the transaction, and you may face additional fees or issues from the vendor.  Dealing with overdrafts can be a pain. But if you manage your checking account carefully, you can minimize this risk. Keep these tips in mind. Read More …

How A Beginner Can Profit From Investing In Currencies Through A Futures Trading Mobile App

17 December 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

If you are interested in politics and business, and if you would like to turn this into a source of income as an investor, one option is to begin investing in futures trading with a focus on currencies. This is a much easier form of investing to try if you have the right tools such as a mobile app. Investments You Can Trade-In There are many types of investments you can trade, such as commodities and precious metals. Read More …

5 Steps To Help Qualify For A Mortgage After Bankruptcy

31 August 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

Do you want to apply for a new mortgage after completing your bankruptcy filing? For many Americans, the relief brought by bankruptcy means not only leaving behind old financial baggage but also starting over with a clean slate. If your version of starting over includes buying a home in the near future, though, you may wonder if you can qualify for a mortgage with a bankruptcy on your credit. The answer is yes, and here are a few things you can do to make it happen. Read More …

Practical Tips To Keep In Mind When Looking To Buy Gold Bullion Coins

14 June 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

When some people think of investments, they envision spending money on shares, real estate, and so on. However, what these individuals are not considering is that while these assets can be valuable, they are also at a high risk of fluctuating in value. Thus, if you are keen on investing but want to be on the safe side, you may want to consider buying gold bullion coins. Manufactured by national mints, gold bullion coins are not just valuable but are also invulnerable to market fluctuations. Read More …

2 Questions To Ask Before Choosing A New Personal Credit Card

19 February 2021
 Categories: Finance & Money, Blog

After checking out your credit to find that it is good enough, you may be shopping around for a new credit card. However, after discovering that there are so many choices and different types of cards, you may be at a loss as to which one you should go after. If so, ask yourself the questions below to help you determine your needs so that you can narrow down which personal credit cards to seek out. Read More …