Monthly Archives: March 2013

Is Your Debt Rising?

There’s no doubt about it, we live in a tough economy today. There are still quite a large number of people that are out of work, and cash savings are still fairly slim. For many people, it’s all they can do just to survive from one day to the next. So what happens in situationsContinue Reading

Is it Possible to Lie on My Health Insurance Application and Get Away with It?

Getting better health insurance coverage, for the cheapest price, is a subject that has been weighing heavily upon the hearts, minds, and pocketbooks of Americans for a very long time. With financial distress a commonplace in today’s day and age, it can be very tempting to tell what seems to be a “little white lie”Continue Reading

What to do if Your Credit Card is Stolen

Having your credit card stolen is inconvenient. But not only that, it can also result in you being the victim of identity theft and credit card fraud. Of course, you should make sure the credit cards in your purse or wallet are well protected in case they ever do fall into the wrong hands, butContinue Reading

Don’t be a Jerk Get Life Insurance if You are Raising Children

Last week, I wrote about updating my life insurance and while it isn’t finalized yet revisiting the topic on a very personal level rather than for a faceless client has reinvigorated my feelings on the subject.  Granted, I work with the product, daily, but being in the in the middle of my own protection planningContinue Reading

How to Sell Your Old Cell Phones for Cash

You probably have it–the drawer that should be called the cemetery for old electronics filled with cell phones and iphones from the last several years.  Technology advances so quickly now that you no more than by a new iphone and a year or two later, a new version comes out, which, of course, you mustContinue Reading

Another Reason I Hate my 401(k)

I have always had a pretty angry relationship with my 401(k).  On the one hand, I get a match of 100% up to 6% of my salary provided by the generous boss-men (anyone know why this is very common?), on the other hand my fund choices are terribly expensive.  I largely ignore the account only updating itContinue Reading