Author Archives: Guest Poster

The Benefits of Life Insurance to Young Families

Post by Sasha I’m a late 20-something married to an early 30-something, and we have a toddler-ish kid. Our lives, divided between work and play, are for the most part prescribed by the responsibility of family. My husband and I make decisions together, plan for the future and raise a very happy little boy. OutsideContinue Reading

Is Paying Car Insurance in Full Really Worth the Savings?

With finances pinching tighter seemingly every day, we have to look to creative ways to save money, both today and in the future. From finding the best rates for loans and savings accounts to choosing less expensive alternatives at the grocery store, every little bit of savings can add up.  When closely researched, some greatContinue Reading

Human Contact and Sales

A Guest Post from The Wife inspired by Pow Wow Now It’s amazing how small the world is today. Small in terms of how easy it is to communicate with people all over the world. What used to be phones and faxes, is now emails, and teleconferencing. But isn’t human contact still important? Emails haveContinue Reading

High Risk? Get Life Insurance Coverage with a No Medical Exam Life Insurance Policy

Are you interested in purchasing a life insurance policy, but you are concerned that your health will make it impossible for you to get a policy? Fortunately, with the help of no medical life insurance, even those with health issues such as cancer or high blood pressure can still the coverage they and their familyContinue Reading

Things to Consider Before Securing a Title Loan

Payday loans and title loans have a notoriously bad rap; however, there are hundreds of companies that provide such loans still in business which proves that they are obviously in high demand. With the economy strained and many families now living on one or a small fixed income, many don’t have room for error inContinue Reading

When is a Home Purchase Considered a Smart Investment?

Anyone that owns a house knows that they can often be money pits. Some people consider a home as an expense, rather than an investment. I think that either case can be true, but it depends greatly on HOW you purchase the home. When people are searching for a home to live in, they oftenContinue Reading