Archive for January, 2018

Relocate with Ease: Excellent Tips for Cutting Off Moving Costs

Relocate with Ease: Excellent Tips for Cutting Off Moving Costs

| January 19, 2018 | 0 Comments

An excellent relocation plan begins by being aware of how much you need to spend, the expenses of the relocation, and any financial assistance you will get. Keep in mind that moving expenses consistently pile up. In several situations, the safest approach to keep these expenses down is by planning early, analyzing the costs, and […]

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How to Speed Up the Home Buying Process

How to Speed Up the Home Buying Process

| January 18, 2018 | 0 Comments

Whether it’s due to the excitement of buying a new home or time restraints caused by a work-related relocation or an expiring lease situation, you may want to expedite the buying process. House-hunting over a long period of time can be inconvenient and stressful. There are several steps you can take to speed up the […]

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Ain’t Broke: How Financial Planners Fix Your Finances for the Future

Ain’t Broke: How Financial Planners Fix Your Finances for the Future

| January 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Preparing your finances for the future is understandably one of your primary goals, and you may have already devoted a considerable amount of time and effort to try to get your finances on track in the past. However, despite your best efforts, you may be struggling to achieve any significant progress toward your goals. A […]

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Prevent Phantom Energy Drain

Prevent Phantom Energy Drain

| January 11, 2018 | 0 Comments

There’s something spooky going on in your house… and it’s costing you about $100 a year! Phantom energy drain (also known as vampire energy–told you it was spooky) occurs when electricity is pulled by devices which are turned off, or on standby. It’s energy that’s eaten up without actually doing anything whatsoever. Much like Dracula, […]

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Keep It in the Bank: A Guide to Saving Money on Car Insurance

Keep It in the Bank: A Guide to Saving Money on Car Insurance

| January 10, 2018 | 0 Comments

Car insurance is an absolute necessity for all drivers, but many people struggle to keep their monthly premiums at a manageable level. Even if you are an excellent driver with very few accidents and tickets on your record, you might still be overpaying for your auto insurance. In addition to being a safe driver, here […]

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Time to Move? 4 Thrifty Tricks to Get You Into Your New Place Quickly

Time to Move? 4 Thrifty Tricks to Get You Into Your New Place Quickly

| January 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Most of us will have to move at some point in our lives. Moving can be a very stressful process. It can also be expensive. Fortunately, there are ways that you can cut your moving expenses. Get Rid of Excess Junk You probably have things in your home that you no longer need. Taking the […]

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3 Tips for Getting What You Deserve from an Insurance Claim

3 Tips for Getting What You Deserve from an Insurance Claim

| January 7, 2018 | 0 Comments

Many insurance claims are settled without an issue, but there are instances when claims are not settled to the satisfaction of all parties. Some expenses may be disputed, or the entire claim may be declined. When this happens to one of your claims, you may experience financial hardship and have other negative ramifications as a […]

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How Can a Personal Loan Help You to Consolidate Your Debts?

How Can a Personal Loan Help You to Consolidate Your Debts?

| January 6, 2018 | 2 Comments

These days, providing funds for all your financial needs has really turned out to be difficult, as the prices of all goods and services are increasing constantly. It has become difficult for an individual with an average salary to afford all these expenses. Many people find loans as a solution is such cases. The process […]

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Can Your Credit Record Impact Your Business Loan?

Can Your Credit Record Impact Your Business Loan?

| January 5, 2018 | 0 Comments

It is said that it’s always better to keep your work and your personal life separate. By that logic, your personal credit history shouldn’t really affect your business loan application. However, often, that isn’t the case. You see, when you are a small business owner, those lines between work and personal life often tend to […]

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