Yearly Archives: 2011

Is Your House Covered?

Before you purchase a home, you need to be aware of home costs the first two take into account are your future mortgage and insurance costs. The very first cost you need to know in and out is the cost your mortgage per month.  You could use a tool like the mortgage calculator from Dinky

7 Links–My Journey to Millions

I have never participated in a Blog meme but when Glen from Free From Broke called me out, how do I not rise to the occasion? I am supposed to pick out: Your most beautiful post Your most popular post Your most controversial post Your most helpful post A post whose success surprised you A

What Happens if I am Late on a Car Insurance Payment?

Whether you make monthly, semi-annual, bi-annual, or annual payments for your car insurance, you could suffer severe consequences if your payment is even one day late. Some states require that car insurance companies close an account at midnight on the policy’s due date. Since it is a state law, the insurance companies don’t have any

Giving Thought to Long Term Care

Guest Post by Clint With economic volatility and uncertainty rippling throughout the country, it’s not surprising that many families are looking for immediate solutions to their problems. But now more than ever, it’s important to consider your family’s long-term health, security and happiness. Providing for long-term care is just as vital as providing for wellness

SCHOOL! Consider Computer Loans for Purchasing That New Computer!

If you are like many Americans, making ends meet has become a difficult task since the decline of the economy. Therefore, taking on any new debt is something that should be done with extreme caution. Even though buying a new computer is not as costly as purchasing a new car or house, it is an

No Investment Strategy Will Perfectly Align with Your Goals

I read two recent articles from Registered Rep Magazine that reminded me that regardless of how well you plan, and strategize there is no perfect investment strategy.  It doesn’t matter if your investment goal is to mitigate taxes, or if the goal is to invest in all indexes because over time they “have” to beat