It’s Time To Start Saving For The Holidays

Published on Sep 20 2013 // Personal Finance
It’s Time To Start Saving For The Holidays
I know; it’s wayyyy to early to be thinking about Christmas, but let me tell you, the Christmas music will be blasting in the stores before we know it. I’m sure some stores have already jumped the gun and created a Christmas aisle, but we won’t think about that just yet. By the way,...

Are Coupons Worth it?

Published on Sep 07 2013 // Personal Finance, Savings
I used to be an avid coupon clipper. And when I say “avid,” I mean “obsessed.” My family members and friends would save me their coupon inserts, and I would spend hours on Sundays combining the coupons with sales and writing down my grocery list. My shopping trips would take me a long time, as...

First Time Home Buyer Help

Published on Mar 29 2013 // Real Estate
It’s time to stop renting. When you rent a home, your hard earned money is going to someone else to pay their mortgage. Buying your first home is the most important investment you could make. In most scenarios, people who buy a home actually save money on their living expenses and the money goes to...

Save Money on Car Insurance by Shopping Around (It’s not as scary as you think!)

Published on Dec 28 2012 // Auto Insurance, Insurance
Save Money on Car Insurance by Shopping Around (It’s not as scary as you think!)
For some reason, there seems to be a negative disposition that shopping for car insurance is time consuming, scary, and an overall pain in the butt. I admit that I was under this same impression as well, until I had to force myself to do it. About two months ago, I got into a car accident with my house,...

Three Easy Ways to Simplify Christmas and Save

Published on Dec 12 2012 // Personal Finance
Three Easy Ways to Simplify Christmas and Save
I was reading “Little House in the Big Woods” the other day to my daughter. I was astonished at what their Christmas looked like. Laura Ingalls was about five or six, and remembers fondly getting a pretty new dress sewn by her Ma and a doll made by her Ma. Even though her sister already had a doll,...

Best SUV for the Price: Review of the 2013 Kia Sorento

Published on Dec 10 2012 // Cost of Living, Supporter
Best SUV for the Price: Review of the 2013 Kia Sorento
When it comes to buying new cars, my husband and I are not ones to upgrade very five years. We like to find a car and stick with it. That is what we had planned when we bought a used Honda Civic a year and a half ago. However, we did not plan for any additional family members to be joining us. Nevertheless,...

Should I Pay the Rent or the Child Care?

Published on Aug 17 2012 // Cost of Living, Kids and College, Savings
Should I Pay the Rent or the Child Care?
This is a Guest Post By Brianna at Hows Married Life We already know it’s pretty expensive to have a baby and raise them to adulthood. In many cases, your child’s 18th birthday is not their severance day from your wallet. Some parents can’t even think that far, however, because the rising cost...

Do Small Businesses Need Employers’ Liability Insurance?

Published on May 09 2012 // Business, Business Insurance, Supporter
If you have any employees – casual or permanent, full-time, part-time or piecemeal, voluntary or paid – then you must have Employers’ Liability in place.  It must be for a minimum sum assured of £5million and if you don’t have it then the Health and Safety Executive can prosecute you and you’ll...

Finding an Accountant if You Are a Blogger

Published on Jan 04 2012 // Taxes
Finding an Accountant if You Are a Blogger
If you are a blogger, you may have started your very first blog just to get your thoughts down and hope that someone, somewhere would read.  Maybe at first, you only had a handful of visitors, perhaps many of them family members.  However, little by little, through networking effort on your part, your...

Payday Loans Survival till Payday Guide

Published on Jan 19 2011 // Personal Finance
Payday Loans Survival till Payday Guide
  You wouldn’t be the only person who come mid month is finding their bank balance looking a little grim. Sometimes many of us might accidentally overlook a bill, or have an expense to cater for that you didn’t allocate any of your monthly budget for. If this does happen you may find yourself...
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