Author Archives: Guest Poster

How Comparing Car Insurance Prices Can Save You Money

Everyone knows that if you drive a car, you need to have car insurance. The purpose of car insurance is to make sure you are covered in the event of going wrong, such as if you get into an accident and need to make repairs to your car, or if you are injured and needContinue Reading

Long-term care: What are the Options?

Guest Post by Sasha In my last post I noted some startling statistics about the number of Americans who will require long-term care at some point in their lives. Common medical crisis such as stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, diabetes and arthritis can certainly affect your quality of life in profound ways. Something as unpredictable as aContinue Reading

Factors to Consider When Consolidating Debt

At the office the other day a colleague asked me to analyze his refinance decision and while we getting deep into the calculations (taking into account taxes, remaining interest, etc.) I started to think about things to consider when deciding to consolidate one’s debt.  I don’t think refinancing one’s main home is as easy asContinue Reading

Why Global Economic Negativity, Doom & Gloom Doesn’t Disturb Me

I travel quite a bit, for business and for pleasure, and as I travel across the country and globally, I am continuously amazed, but not surprised, at the amount of discussion (more like complaining) around the economic condition today.  Whether the markets are up or down, someone will always be happy and another will beContinue Reading

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 DinkyContinue Reading

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 anyContinue Reading