For Life Insurance Awareness Month, it’s important to not only celebrate the importance of life insurance, but to also be aware of its intricacies and advantages. In that vein, here are a few helpful tips to help you be more “in-the-know” when it comes to understanding how much coverage you and your family may need.
Whenever we see a travel brochure it’s typically full of photos of happy families, smiling and enjoying a beach, an amusement park or some other incredible destination. Unfortunately, taking a vacation can be a real challenge for many of us, given our busy lives and financial responsibilities. Many families don’t think they can even afford a fun trip. But there are ways to cut down on travel costs and still have a great family adventure.
Finding a way to afford a vacation may seem impossible. However, with some priority adjusting, careful planning and budgeting, going on your dream trip may be more possible than you think. Here are some tips for planning a vacation for less.
There are 43 million, unpaid family caregivers in America and most of them don’t have life insurance. Unfortunately, if a caregiver suddenly passes away without insurance, the care they provide may be in jeopardy. If you’re a caregiver, consider purchasing life insurance for three reasons.
Knowing exactly how much money you have to spend, establishing a limit and sticking to it will ensure your project doesn’t cause you stress and won’t break the bank. Here are some ideas to help you create a budget for any remodeling job.
If you’re thinking about taking on some home improvement projects this year, make sure you invest in renovations that will last and save you money in the long run. Here are some home improvements worth considering.
Working a side hustle is a great way to earn more money, but that extra job could carry repercussions for your taxes. If you have a side hustle, you may be required to pay income tax and self-employment tax. Here are a few things you need to know about the tax-filing for side jobs.
Buying your first home is very exciting, but it also takes work. There are many financial and logistical obstacles to overcome in order to find a home you’ll be comfortable in, and one that’s in your budget. The process can be daunting, but don’t let it turn you off. Here are some steps to help you get started.
Before Old Man Winter really sets in, take the time to winterize your home. Make the following preparations to keep your house warm and comfortable in the cold months ahead.
Preparing before you drive in winter conditions is important (see Part 1), but it’s equally important to practice safety when you’re on the road. Here are 6 tips to keep in mind while you’re driving this season: