Hey remember, there is life after Christmas – also bills and other obligations. So if you did not get a chance this year to set something aside to purchase Christmas gifts, it may not be a good idea to rob Peter to pay Claus!
So often you hear advertisements for foreclosure listings, companies promise to give you a laundry list of foreclosures, but for a small catch – you have to pay for it! But know, there is no need to pay for these listings. There are several ways to view foreclosures in your area and the best part of it all – it’s absolutely FREE! Continue reading
Each year businesses and other entities turn over millions of assets to the State’s Treasury Department as unclaimed property. These assets include stocks, bonds, paychecks, insurance benefits, utility deposits and much, much more. If a business is unsuccessful in contacting the owner of such accounts, the law requires the holder to remit the proceeds after a certain period of time, usually referred to as the holding period. Continue reading
If Jesus came back today and said to you, “Give me $1,000 and I will open the gates of heaven for you,” would you be able to receive your blessings? Or would you have to go to Fast Cash for a payday loan? Continue reading
We understand money makes the world go around, but passion is what moves our spirit. Without passion and purpose, we are just moving to the beat of others’ dreams. Of course, we can work a high paying job, 50 to 60 hours a week and do what we are asked, but are we really fulfilling the call that is on our lives?
Big houses, big cars, big ticket items…..we see it, we want it, but should we really have it all? We’ve all been there…..your neighbor returns with a shiny new 52 inch flat screen television and all of a sudden your 32 inch just isn’t that shiny.
Or what about your friend moving into a large home behind the pearly gates and now your traditional ranch home seems a thing of the past. But before you make another big purchase there are some things you first must consider! Continue reading
Your loved one has passed away. If your loved one is like most Americans, you may be left in the dark about his or her final wishes. In addition to the many emotions you are feeling, you have yet another burden–paying for the funeral, a cost that continues to rise in America. Once all funeral-related costs are factored in, the typical traditional funeral service will cost the average family $8,000 – $10,000.
So, what do you do? It may be a good idea to start by speaking with your loved one’s close friends, family members and professional acquaintances. These conversations could uncover whether a life insurance policy is in place, a will exists or if funeral arrangements were funded prior to their departure. Continue reading