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Category Archives: Personal Finance Guide

3 Things To Consider Before Taking Out a Mortgage

Posted on September 14, 2017 by Daniel at 9:50 pm

Buying the home of your dreams is something that most people want for themselves once they get to a certain age.  When you start to consider making a family and start visualizing settling down the first thing on your mind is being able to provide a home to do it in.   (more…)

3 Tips For Saving Money Instantly

Posted on August 23, 2017 by Daniel at 9:09 am

Wanting to save more money is something that most people can agree is ideal.  When you have money in savings you can rest assured that you have security stashed away in case you need money in a bind. (more…)

Spending the Necessary Money To Get Healthy

Posted on August 22, 2017 by Daniel at 8:49 am

Financial stability and health are both crucial to people. But the fact is, without health, all the money in the world isn’t going to do you any good. That’s why it should be a logical truth that whenever possible, you should spend the necessary money to get healthy.


Getting That Raise: How to Successfully Reach for a Bigger Paycheck

Posted on August 14, 2017 by Daniel at 12:56 pm

Most dream of the day when they no longer have to worry about how the bills are going to get paid, how they are going to send the kids to school, or get that beautiful necklace for their wife. With any luck, we are able to get through college and at least obtain a degree in an area we enjoy working in. Then, actually get a job we enjoy and work our way up the ladder, but most wouldn’t mind a little hand up. Here are a few tips that might speed the process along so that you can quickly get to a place in life where you might not be necessarily rich, but that money is no longer one of the top worries in your journey. (more…)

Poor As Dirt And Addicted: 5 Ways To Pay For Rehab

Posted on July 24, 2017 by Daniel at 8:15 pm

The most important part of recovery is finding the right opportunity for rehabilitation.  The first thing to understand about organized treatment facilities is that they are an investment.  Sometimes in-patient, residential treatment is the best therapy.  Rehab is not cheap, but it does not have to be an unreachable solution for those who are less equipped financially.   (more…)

The Four Cheapest Cars on the Market

Posted on June 30, 2017 by Daniel at 2:16 pm

Cars represent a hefty household expense. Monthly notes for the loan can run several hundred dollars, insurance, parking, fuel and maintenance cost even more. There is a growing trend to spend more money on life experiences over things. Here are four of the cheapest cars on the market that won’t break the bank and will leave plenty over for experiences. (more…)

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