Buying and Selling Structured Settlements

April 8, 2014

Note: This post is for informational purposes only. The information is not being provided by an attorney and should not be considered professional advice of any kind. Always consult your own professional before making any legal or financial decisions. What is a structured settlement? When a case – often a personal injury lawsuit – is […]

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Safeguarding Credit Rating From Feedback Loops

March 27, 2014

The following is a post by Sam Peters. The recession of 2008 was an indication of the close association of global markets, and this close affiliation warrants an improved model of analyzing and managing micro financial risk. Management of sovereign risk and those of financial institutions, including credit history, has become important for investors. The […]

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Making the most of promo codes and bonuses

March 5, 2014

The following was written by Becky Roberts. She is a freelance writer that has just graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in Life Sciences. As well as that she has a passion for all things internet. Promotions and bonuses are a great way to save money on various things such as shopping […]

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7 Investments to Help You Retire in a Mansion on the Beach

February 11, 2014

The following is a guest post. Close your eyes. Imagine cool ocean breezes, the warm sun on your face, and the taste of piña colada. Now add a mansion right on that beach and you’ve got yourself a pretty sweet retirement daydream, and you might be wondering: how can you make that dream a reality? […]

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Tips for moving your kids back and forth to college

January 30, 2014

Last fall we visited a college halfway across the country from our home. While there, I asked another mother who lived near us how she moved her daughter back and forth from home to college. Minivan stuffed to the gills? U-Haul? Her answer was neither. They flew back and forth, stuffing as much into their […]

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Engagement Ring Insurance | Should I Add Wedding Ring Insurance To My Homeowner’s Policy?

December 19, 2013

The following is a guest post. There’s not really anything specifically called engagement or wedding ring insurance, not in insurance industry lingo anyway. Many married couples have no idea about how to insure their engagement rings – and they may not even be aware that the vast majority of homeowner’s insurance policies have very little, if […]

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Three Different Ways to Purchase Life Insurance

December 9, 2013

The following post was written by Sam Peters. Life insurance is one of those things we don’t want to think about until it’s too late. None of us really want to consider what might happen to our families if we die, or if our spouse dies. Unfortunately, failing to plan for an early or accidental […]

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How the Love for a Garden Will bring You Happiness

November 26, 2013

The following is a guest post. The time and effort we put into our homes and garden are infinitely rewarding. We craft our own little worlds that brings us happiness. In the home, we feel at peace and that brings the family together. The garden is our escape to nature. The two go hand-in-hand to […]

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Insuring Your Car or Motorcycle

November 21, 2013

The following is a guest post. Next to purchasing a home, a vehicle purchase is probably one the more expensive financial decisions one will make. Making the right transportation choice can be a tough decision and several factors must be accounted for. This, and most obvious, factor is the cost of owning a vehicle. The […]

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Family Savings for a Rainy Day: Family Trips, Extra Curricular Activities, and Family Purchases

November 14, 2013

The following is a guest post. Having a family savings account is highly recommended whether you have recently found yourself struggling financially or if you are simply seeking additional security for you and your loved ones’ futures. Having savings for a rainy day can ultimately result in the ability to take vacations, relax and even […]

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