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Nearly Half Of Those Who Lose Credit Or Debit Cards Don't Know Any Of Their Card Numbers

Do you know your credit card numbers by heart? Or at least have them recorded somewhere safe? If you can't locate them, you want to make sure you can put a stop to them before someone else racks up charges on your cards.... More>>

Many Millennials Suffer Homebuyer's Remorse

Congratulations! You've made it through the home-buying process. You feel a great sense of satisfaction and relief. Will you feel the same way over time? According to a new survey from, you have a decent... More>>

Credit Card Debt By Age And Income

According to Federal Reserve data, America's outstanding revolving debt – mostly credit card debt – stood at $1.055 trillion at the end of 2018. Who holds most of that debt? ValuePenguin's report on average credit... More>>

Debt Lasso Method Of Paying Off Debt

If you've ever carried credit card debt (and most of us have), you know how difficult it can be to get out from under it. The Federal Reserve's data shows that as of the fourth quarter of 2018, the average APR for... More>>

4 Of 9 Credit Card Applications Submitted On Mobile Device

You probably receive plenty of credit card offers, through both direct mail and digital methods like card issuer e-mails and social media ads. Which path is more effective? If you aren't receptive to a new credit card... More>>

Sexual Chemistry More Important For Singles With Lower Credit Scores

What are your top five must-have factors in a romantic partner? If you selected trust, communication, honesty compatibility, and sexual chemistry, you're in sync with most respondents in a new survey from Elevate's... More>>

The Best Cities for New College Grads in 2019

Once you’ve put in the work to get a degree, you’ve got a big decision ahead of you: Where to start your career? For those who have the ability to relocate, choosing the right city can make a big difference. …... More>>

New W-4 Form Shows Craziness of Tax Program

Simplification Creates Complexity Do you love getting a big tax refund? You shouldn't. You paid more than you owed and gave the government an interest-free loan when you could have been putting that money to better use. ... More>>

Your Mortgage Preapproval Checklist

To get preapproved for a mortgage, you’ll need a few documents detailing your income, assets and debt obligations. This helps banks and other mortgagees determine exactly how much they’re willing to lend you.... More>>

What Is a Subprime Mortgage?

A subprime mortgage is a type of home loan issued to borrowers with low credit scores (often below 600) who wouldn’t qualify for conventional mortgages. They usually come with much higher interest rates and down payments... More>>

What Is a Leveraged ETF?

Exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, are popular investment securities that track stock market indexes, a particular commodity, bonds, or a particular category of assets like tech stocks.  A leveraged ETF is a particular type... More>>

A Guide to Section 125 (“Cafeteria”) Plans

A cafeteria plan – also known as a Section 125 plan, after the portion of the IRS code that regulates the plans – lets employees redirect part of their salaries and wages to pay for certain benefits. Section... More>>

The CMO’s Role in Creating Enterprise Value: Everything You Need to Know

Originally posted on a CMO (Chief Marketing Officer), you find yourself on an ever-changing battlefield every... More>>

How Do I Find the Best Growth Hacking Agency?

Originally posted on Growth hacking isn’t just a new field in marketing. It isn’t just some Silicon Valley buzzword for new age... More>>

Reason for Keeping False Information on Credit Reports

Originally posted on general population is forced into an educational system that never teaches its students (Our Youth) the proper the... More>>

Which Credit Repair Company Is the Fastest

Originally posted on Early last month 03/05/2019 we posted news of having us ranked in the Top 10 of the best credit repair... More>>

Ultimate Guide To Financing Heating & Cooling

Originally posted on You’ve been thinking about replacing a heating & cooling system, and maybe using financing to... More>>

IRA Withdrawal Rules

When you’re ready to take withdrawals from your IRA, you’ll find there are plenty of rules to follow. Failure to stick to these guidelines could have serious ramifications. The most notable among these is a 10%... More>>

What Is a Gold IRA?

There are many different routes you can take when you’re trying to save for retirement. Some of the most popular options include 401(k)s, traditional IRAs and Roth IRAs. A lesser-known choice is the gold IRA, which... More>>

Airbnb Investment Property: How First Time Home Buyers Are House Hacking Real Estate

Originally posted on House hacking is nothing new, but it’s definitely an under utilized strategy. A dream for many people is to become a homeowner. Fortunately,... More>>

The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide on How to Find Investment Properties Using Zumbly

Originally posted on A real estate investor is anyone who has purchased purchased a property or is interested in purchasing a property. The success of a real estate... More>>

Paying For Your Habit: How Much Does Rehab Cost?

Over 70,000 people in the United States died from an overdose in 2017. That statistic shows the devastating truth that an addiction that goes untreated often leads to an overdose. That doesn’t have to be how your... More>>

Can’t Make Payroll? How to Find Fast Capital and Pay Your Employees

Originally posted on Almost 30 percent of startups fail because they ran out of cash. This means they don’t... More>>

10 Life Hacks to Boost Your Credit Score

Originally posted on Everyone could use a boost these days. Your credit score is no different. NY Daily News reports, millennials feel held back by their credit... More>>

What Is a Modified Gross Lease?

Originally posted on A modified gross lease can be best understood through comparison, as it represents a middle ground between a full-service gross lease and a triple net... More>>

Where Singles Have the Highest Homeownership Rate – 2019 Edition

Saving for a home can take years, which sometimes makes the idea of switching from renting to buying a daunting one even if you have some help. But if you’re on your own, buying a home can be even more … Continue... More>>

8 In 10 Americans Want More Credit Card Protection

Prior to the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility, and Disclosure (CARD) Act of 2009, restrictions on credit card issuers were loose at best. In the wake of the Great Recession, the CARD Act imposed proof-of-income... More>>

How To File For A Tax Extension

Procrastinator alert: your taxes are due! If you are nowhere near ready as the scary deadline approaches, you may file an extension with the IRS that gives you up to six more months to file your taxes. Filing an extension... More>>

S Corp vs. LLC: Which Is Best For Your Business?

So you own a business and you’re looking to incorporate. Two of the most popular business structure are the S Corp and the LLC. Which is best for your business can depend on many factors, such as what you do …... More>>

What Is A 1099? A Comprehensive FAQ About This Important Tax Document

Originally posted on The “gig economy” is real, and it’s a growing part of the American workforce. With more than 15 million independent contractors, employers and workers... More>>

In a World Full of Soaring Student Debt; Why Not Explore the Alternative?

Originally posted on I recently conducted a quick search on the definition of the word “alternative” and found the following: More>>

How Come Corporate Giants Aren’t Paying Taxes?

Originally posted on Maybe you’ve heard about this: Netflix and Amazon paid $0 in federal income taxes for 2018. More>>

More Than 1 In 4 Whose Wallets Vanish Lose Cash, Credit And Debit Cards, And Driver's License

When your wallet or pocketbook disappears, it's not just cash that you're losing. MoneyTips wanted to see how often people lose credit cards, IDs, and even prescription medications when they are a victim of theft or... More>>

All About 401(k) Withdrawals

The idea behind a 401(k) is to provide tax-deferred retirement savings that can grow, untouched by you or the government, until you reach old age. As a result, if you can wait until age 59.5 to take withdrawals from your... More>>

What Is Investment Banking?

Investment banking is a sect of the banking industry focused on raising capital for companies, governments and other entities. Investment banks, which are typically private companies, may underwrite debt and equity... More>>

How Much Do Financial Advisors Make?

A financial advisor provides financial guidance on everything from monthly budgeting to investing in the stock market. Many financial advisors find it rewarding to help others take control of their finances. But that... More>>

Best Stocks Under 5 Dollars – Here’s How To Spot A Winner

Originally posted on Searching for the best stocks under 5 dollars? Simple Math: the cheaper a stock is, the more shares you can buy of it. That’s one of the first reasons... More>>

5 Best Marijuana Stocks for Growth in 2019

Originally posted on 2018 was a huge year for cannabis stocks. Companies everywhere looked to jump into the fray byways of IPOs and big investments. Pot stocks were all the... More>>

Penny Stocks: Everything You Need To Know

Originally posted on up because this article is about to teach you everything you ever needed to know about penny stocks! “Find out how an ordinary accountant quit his job... More>>

Are Lithium Stocks Worth Buying and Which Ones Are the Best?

Originally posted on Lithium stocks  are getting a lot of buzz among investors. You’ll find the element in (lithium ion) batteries, like the ones used to power the iPhone, iPad,... More>>

These 7 Stocks Under $1 Could Take off in March 2019!

Originally posted on Stocks that trade under one dollar are often referred to as penny stocks. A penny stock by definition is a small cap company that trades under $5 per share.... More>>

What Is a Trust Company, and What Do They Do?

A trust company is a legal entity that can serve as an agent or trustee on behalf of a trust.  They can be either stand-alone entities or divisions of commercial banks. If you’re planning to use trusts as part of... More>>

What Is a Non-Deductible IRA?

A non-deductible IRA is a retirement plan you fund with after-tax dollars. So you can’t deduct contributions from your income taxes as you would with a traditional IRA. However, your non-deductible contributions grow tax... More>>

What is a Paraplanner and What Do They Do?

A paraplanner is a financial services professional who handles administrative, accounting and other support tasks for a financial advisor. A paraplanner is a financial advisory office’s equivalent of a paralegal.... More>>

How to Buy a Foreclosed Home

With shows like “Flip or Flop” and “Property Wars” attracting TV viewers, Americans have become more interested than ever in how to buy a foreclosed home. If you can purchase an inexpensive home,... More>>

What You Should Know About Fannie Mae Loans

When you’re buying a home, there are multiple ways that you can go about paying for it. You can secure a mortgage by finding a bank or credit union in your area that offers home loans. There are also plenty …... More>>

What Is an Investment Portfolio?

An investment portfolio is a basket of assets that can hold stocks, bonds, cash and more. Investors aim for a return by mixing these securities in a way that reflects their risk tolerance and financial goals. For... More>>

What Is an RIA Firm and What Do They Do?

While it’s possible to manage your assets and grow your wealth yourself, many people seek the advice of a professional. As you seek out a financial advisor, you might encounter many certifications and acronyms... More>>

Bonds vs. CDs – What You Need to Know and Which You Should Invest In

Bonds and certificates of deposit (CD) are generally safe investments with little to no risk of reducing your principal. However, they have particular features that may suit different kinds of investors. The bonds vs. CDs... More>>

CFA Exam: Cost, Curriculum and Difficulty

A chartered financial analyst (CFA) is someone who holds a professional designation from the CFA Institute, an international association of financial professionals. CFAs primarily review individual investments, market... More>>

A Guide to the 5 Stages of Retirement

Retirement planning is a lifelong process that takes ample organization, forethought and effort to do successfully. The easiest way to manage this sometimes overwhelming venture is to split your retirement planning into... More>>

What Exactly Is a Financial Advisor?

Financial advisor is not a specific term that applies to a single job or role. Indeed, you’ll hear financial professionals filling a number of different roles and performing a number of different tasks described as... More>>

A Guide to Automatic Email Responses for Email Marketing

    You’re a new business owner dealing with a rush of incoming emails from prospective clients. If you are getting roughly 50 emails a day, chances are you struggle to answer all of them in a timely... More>>

Cities Where Women Are the Most Successful – 2019 Edition

The latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that women earn approximately 80% of what men do. Though the work to achieve pay gap equity is far from finished, it’s important to recognize the areas in which women in... More>>

Top 5 Reasons For Personal Loans

Do you whip out your credit card to take care of every large purchase? Maybe you shouldn't. A personal loan may be a better alternative – but when would it be best for you? A recent survey explored the... More>>

Americans Are On The Move

Expand Your Horizons You've been searching for a long time for your new home, without success. Maybe you're looking in the wrong place. According to the Census Bureau's 2017 American Housing Survey (AHS), 35% of... More>>

What Is a Fee-Only Financial Planner?

Fee-only financial planners earn compensation for their services only. They don’t earn commissions or kick-backs for recommending certain products. This fee structure reduces potential conflicts of interest, which is... More>>

Mortgage Protection Life Insurance

So you took the plunge and bought a house, with a mortgage to match. You may be wondering if you need life insurance to cover the mortgage in case something happens to you before it’s paid off. Without life... More>>

What Is a Home Equity Line of Credit (HELOC)?

In a perfect world, you wouldn’t have to borrow any money because you’d always have enough. In reality, there are times when you don’t have the cash for your child’s tuition bill, your own student... More>>

What You Need to Know About Hiring an Estate Planning Attorney

The process of planning your estate can be a long and complex one. You might need to create legal documents and entities including wills, trusts, power of attorney and more. That’s why many people choose to work with... More>>

What Is a Mortgage and How Does It Work?

Buying a home can be both an amazing and stressful process at the same time. But tackling the huge expense of a home in one fell swoop is often difficult for an individual or family to handle. That’s where mortgages... More>>

Cryotherapy FAQ

Originally posted on How does cryotherapy work? The Whole-body Cryosauna uses a gaseous form of nitrogen to lower skin surface temperature by 30-50 degrees during a two-three minute... More>>

How to Choose a Mortgage Broker

Searching for the best rates and terms for your mortgage can be hard to do on your own. That’s why some homebuyers opt to work with a mortgage broker, the middleman of the home loan market. Instead of going to... More>>

Should You Get Indexed Universal Life (IUL) Insurance?

Life insurance is a fairly simple concept: In exchange for paying premiums, your family may receive money upon your death. It’s a way to financially protect your family after you pass, especially if that happens when... More>>

Years of Work Needed to Afford a Down Payment – 2019 Edition

Owning a home is an important financial goal for many Americans. Data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows that at the end of 2018, approximately 64% of people owned their homes. Whether homeownership is affordable for you is... More>>

Pros and Cons of Seller Financing

Qualifying for a mortgage isn’t easy. Some lenders have strict requirements and weed out applicants with poor credit or too much debt. A possible alternative for those determined to buy a house is something called... More>>

What Is a Tax Abatement?

If you’re considering buying a new home, a tax abatement may provide an incentive that’s hard to pass up. These beneficial tax programs allow for a long-term break on your property tax bill. Savings like that... More>>

Lifestyle Expert Chassie Post highlights the See Jane Work Collection to help refresh your organizational goals this spring

Do you still need to get out of the winter blues? Well, one way to do this is by springing forward with your organizational goals! Lifestyle expert Chassie Post partnered with Office Depot and OfficeMax this spring to share what’s new from the See Jane Work Collection to help refresh and reorganize your home and work space! Sponsored by Office Depot.


What is a Qualified Domestic Relations Order?

A qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) is a court order, judgment or decree that splits the contents of a retirement fund among divorcing couples. A QDRO can address three significant claims that a former spouse can... More>>

Pros and Cons of a Balloon Mortgage

Your balloon mortgage loan might have seemed like a good idea when you first applied for it. Maybe it meant that your monthly mortgage payments have been lower so they fit into your budget. But now your mortgage balloon... More>>

What Is Financial Security, and How Do You Get It?

Financial security means different things to different people. To some, it may mean having enough money to cover all your bills, save for retirement and then have some left over. To others, it may mean earning a six- or... More>>

What Is a Marital Trust and How Does It Work?

A marital trust is a type of irrevocable trust that allows you to transfer assets to a surviving spouse tax free. It can also shield the estate of the surviving spouse before the remaining assets pass on to your children.... More>>

How to Get the Best Mortgage Rates Today

Originally posted on So you’re looking to buy or refinance a home in Kansas City? Awesome! You’re probably up to your ears in trying to figure out how to find the best... More>>

Garmin G3X Touch Approved

Originally posted on The Garmin G3X Touch has been approved for more then 500 aircraft as it continues to grow in popularity, being first introduced to general aviation in 2014,... More>>

Want Lower Fees? Check Out The Best Coinbase Alternative To Help Save You Money

Originally posted on Coinbase may have helped cryptocurrency reach parts of the mainstream appeal. There’s no questioning they positioned themselves quite well in the... More>>

How to Become a Financial Planner

Think you want to help people manage their money and meet their ultimate financial goals? If so, you may be wondering how to become a financial planner. The process for becoming a financial planner varies depending on what... More>>

What Is a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA)?

When choosing a financial advisor, pay attention to what certifications they’ve obtained. Common certifications you’ll see include certified financial planner (CFP), chartered financial analyst (CFA) and... More>>

Is a Variable Annuity a Good Idea?

When saving for retirement, it’s common to have overlapping goals. Most of us want to save enough to generate a comfortable monthly income, avoid outliving our savings and leave something for our heirs. A variable... More>>

What Is Social Security?

For many Americans, Social Security benefits represent one of their only sources of retirement income. Established in 1935 thanks to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Social Security works as a forced savings mechanism and... More>>

When Credit Card Debt Is Tax-Deductible

Wouldn't it be nice if you could deduct your credit card debt from your taxes? For most Americans, that's just a dream that will never come true. However, some circumstances allow you to deduct some credit card debt... More>>

Only 25% Of Americans Know This Simple Tax-Savings Trick

You've completed your 2018 tax return, and you don't like the results. How did you end up owing so much money? There's nothing you can do about it now ... or is there? While the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act... More>>

What Is a Roth 401(k)?

A Roth 401(k) brings many of the benefits of a a traditional employer-sponsored 401(k) retirement savings vehicle. But with a traditional 401(k), you save for retirement with pre-tax dollars and write off your... More>>

Target-Date Funds: What You Need to Know

There’s more than $1 trillion in client assets invested in target-date funds (TDFs), according to a 2018 report from Morningstar, . In fact, it’s likely your 401(k) or IRA offers a target-date fund as an investment... More>>

What Are the Steps to Succession Planning?

In business, having the right people in leadership roles is arguably the most important factor for success. That means that when a top executive or star employee retires or leaves for another role, there needs to be a... More>>

3 Ways That Listening Changes Sales

Originally posted on Sales is less about having the right opportunities and more about handling those opportunities right. That’s why empowering your... More>>

Credit in Crisis: 5 Tips for Repairing Your Credit

Nothing hurts your future goals and aspirations more than bad credit. The truth is that 40% of people who request credit for a car loan or other financial obligations face a lot of difficulty and red tape in order to get... More>>

5 Best Marijuana Stocks for Growth in 2019

Originally posted on: 2018 was a huge year for cannabis stocks. Companies everywhere looked to jump into the fray byways of IPOs and big investments. Pot stocks were all the... More>>

These 7 Stocks Under $1 Could Take Off In March 2019!

Originally posted on: Stocks that trade under one dollar are often referred to as penny stocks. A penny stock by definition is a small cap company that trades under $5 per... More>>

Penny Stocks: Everything You Need To Know

Originally posted on: up because this article is about to teach you everything you ever needed to know about penny stocks! “Find out how an ordinary accountant quit his job... More>>

Are Lithium Stocks Worth Buying And Which Ones Are The Best?

Originally posted on: Lithium stocks  are getting a lot of buzz among investors. You’ll find the element in (lithium ion) batteries, like the ones used to power the iPhone,... More>>

Best Telecom Stocks to Keep an Eye On in 2019

Originally posted on: For most investors, there are certain stocks are more exciting than others. Big dreamers often hitch their wagons to up & coming technologies, like... More>>

How a Soloproneur Started a $3 Million Dollar Business Selling Wooden Sunglasses

Originally posted on From scalping football tickets in college, experimenting with an interchangeable watch brand deal... More>>

Tattoo Shop Marketing

Originally posted on to Use Social Media to Market Your Tattoo Shop How to Use Social Media to Market Your Tattoo Shop More>>

6 Small Budget, Small Business Marketing Tips

Originally posted on Are you trying to get more exposure without overexposing your finances? Check out these small business marketing tips that won’t break the bank. More>>

All About Ink: 6 Awesome Promotional Ideas to Grow Your Tattoo Business

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Print for the Planet: Five Reasons to Recycle Ink and Toner Cartridges

Originally posted on Nearly every single second, eight ink and toner cartridges are thrown away in the United... More>>

Let’s Set Up a Tax Savings Account

Originally posted on Saving for tax payments isn’t a business owner’s favorite thing to do and often cause a little bit of anxiety for many trying to manage books... More>>

My Ex-Husband Just Won the Lotto! Am I Entitled to Half?

Originally posted on Eileen and Mike Weirsky were married for 15 years.   Six months ago, Eileen and Mike were divorced.   One month ago,... More>>

What Is Legacy Planning and Why Is It Important?

Traditionally, the process of planning for the transfer of assets to your loved ones after your death is known as estate planning. As you approach this process, you might also hear another term: Legacy planning. The terms... More>>

Best Cities for Runners – 2019 Edition

Running is an accessible sport that allows you stay active while saving some money. Of course, one of the biggest requirements for runners is the space to run. That could mean open space, like parks and trails, but it... More>>

What's The Best Time To Sell Your Home?

New Data Shows When To List Your Home Ah, springtime. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping – and homes are selling. Are you planning to sell your home, too? According to new research by Zillow, you should list your... More>>

What Is the Three-Legged Stool of Retirement?

Retirement is on many people’s minds, whether they are approaching it or still early in their careers and just hoping they won’t have to work until they’re nearly 100. Those contemplating retirement may... More>>

The ONE Flaw with Using Social Media for Business

Originally posted on Using social media for business, if used correctly, can generate a lot of leads, brand awareness, and or... More>>

Understanding HECM- The Pros and Cons of Reverse Mortgages

Originally posted on You are most likely reading this article for one of two reasons. First, you are close to or are already retired and... More>>

3 Stocks with High Dividend Yields: Store Capital, AT&T, Verizon

Originally posted on Stocks with high dividend yields are a double-edged sword. On the one-hand, passive income streams can be significant. But the... More>>

What to do After You’ve Been in a Car Accident

Originally posted on It’s safe to say the majority of people don’t plan on getting into a car accident. Rather, it is an unexpected event that can... More>>

Bitcoin News: The State of Bitcoin and How You Can Benefit in 2019

Originally posted on: Some cryptocurrency pundits predict Bitcoin to close by year’s end at nearly $10,000, citing new... More>>

The Difference Between GDAX vs Coinbase Pro

Originally posted on: Coinbase and GDAX were two of the most popular platforms in cryptocurrency trading. Coinbase was the place to go if you wanted... More>>

What to Do If You Miss Your RMD Deadline

So you’re the proud owner of a retirement account and you’re in or approaching your 70s. This is about the time that required minimum distributions, or RMDs, will come into play. But what happens when you miss... More>>

Best Battery Stocks To Buy

Originally posted on: Batteries may not be the first thing you think of when it comes to your stock investments, but perhaps they should be. More>>

The Career Path to Becoming a Financial Advisor

Financial advisors are among the most important workers in the financial services industry. They help both individuals and institutions manage their money and set themselves up for a secure financial future. Not just... More>>

What are the Best International ETFs to Buy?

Originally posted on: Diversification is tricky. It takes time and research to choose investments that balance out. While there is no substitute for due... More>>

Starbucks vs. McDonalds: Which Stock Is Best?

Originally posted on: Investing in fast food stocks is really putting your money where your mouth is. More>>

7 Best REIT Stocks to Buy Now

Originally posted on: In an uncertain market, real estate is a strong play – and you don’t need to be the deed holder to get in the game. More>>

The 6 Best Small Business Loans for UK Business Owners

Originally posted on: A Business bridging loans can really help you get your business off to a great start. And while they are loans, they... More>>

Franchises from Home: The 5 Best Work from Home Franchise Businesses

In need of work but can’t leave home? Whether it’s because of kids or other responsibilities, there’s a certain allure to staying at home but still being able to earn. It shows as there are about 38... More>>

Where the Wealthy Are Buying Homes – 2019 Edition

Different places attract particular residents due to a variety of factors such as job opportunities, climate or lifestyle. Though an ultimate constraint is the cost of a home, some markets seem to draw more high-earning... More>>

Event Planning Agencies

Originally posted on: Planner Marketing: 5 Creative Ways to Promote Event Planning AgenciesEvent Planner Marketing: 5 Ways to Promote Event Planning AgenciesAs an... More>>

10 Ways to Live Frugally in Retirement

You may have visions of spending your retirement on a sun-soaked vineyard in wine country. But according to a September 2018 report by the National Institute on Retirement Security (NIRS), more than 100 million working-age... More>>

Fast Funding: 3 Good Reasons for Taking Out a Business Loan

Originally posted on   Starting your own business can be one step that changes your life. However, one of the biggest... More>>

How to Invest in Startups

Investing in startups may seem like an opportunity that only exists for those willing and able to drop a few million into a fledgling tech company housed in a garage or a Stanford dorm room. While that type of investors... More>>

Social Security Tax Limits for 2018 and 2019

Most of us are familiar with the Social Security tax, since we see it right on our paychecks. There is a payroll tax of 6.20% that goes directly toward funding the program; if you’re self-employed, you’ll pay... More>>

Best Health Insurance Stocks To Buy

Originally posted on A robust economy and low rates of unemployment are just two of the reasons that the health insurance industry has been on an... More>>

Best Airline Stocks To Buy

Originally posted on Best Airline Stocks To Buy: It wasn’t long ago the most successful investors in the world wanted nothing to do with airline stocks. More>>

The Meaning of Bridging Loan

Originally posted on The New Fuss About Bridging Loans People tend to not know much about this type of short term funding intially. If you’d like to... More>>

Top 10 Stocks for Trading Options

Originally posted on Trading options instead of stocks can be a smart choice if you prefer to take an active, tactical role and you want to have... More>>

Top 10 ETFs for Trading Options

Originally posted on When it comes to trading options, stocks aren’t the only alternative. You can also buy and sell options for many exchange-traded funds... More>>

Disney Stock Forecast: Is It A Buy?

Originally posted on When Walt Disney first drew his signature character 90 years ago, he could not have imagined the span of the Disney empire today. More>>

Best Clean Energy Stocks To Buy

Originally posted on The world’s population is growing at a little over 1% per year. That means an annual increase of approximately 82 million people,... More>>

Facebook Stock Forecast

Originally posted on By any measure, the past year has been a difficult one for Facebook [NASDAQ: FB] shareholders. More>>

Alibaba Stock Price Prediction

Originally posted on The founders of Alibaba [NYSE: BABA] are not shy about setting goals. The company intends to lead the world in developing... More>>

Best Biotech Stocks To Buy

Originally posted on Technology has been integrated into almost every aspect of daily life. Computers and mobile devices are critical to business operations,... More>>

Top Movie Stocks To Buy

Originally posted on Movies and television shows have a certain magic to them. They let the viewer escape to another world or just enjoy a little while in... More>>

What Retiring Baby Boomers Mean for the Economy

Almost 10,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day. The famed generation, defined as those born between 1946 and 1964, is causing something of a stir as they reach retirement age in droves. In 2031, the U.S. population over the... More>>

What Is the 60/40 Portfolio (And Should You Have One)?

Building an investment portfolio means determining the right mix of assets to help you reach your goals for the short and long term. One of the more conventional approaches financial advisors and experts suggest is the... More>>

Quit the Split: How to Join a Zero Split Real Estate Brokerage Firm

Originally posted on There are tens of thousands of real estate brokers throughout the United States. More>>

New Housing Rebate vs New Residential Rental Property Rebate

Originally posted on Like many government-backed tax rebates, navigating through the rules and regulations can get confusing. The... More>>

What is the Ontario HST New Housing Rebate?

Originally posted on For the Ontario HST new housing rebate, you must be eligible under provisions defined by the Government of Canada. There are a... More>>

How to Retire in Panama

If you plan correctly, retirement can be one of the great adventures of your life. What is more adventurous than packing your bags, leaving America behind and spending your golden years immersed in a completely new... More>>

7 Small Business Digital Marketing Strategies to Maximise Your Budget

Originally posted on When you’re small, you have to make the most of what you’ve got. I should know, I’m 5' 6? More>>

Writing a Letter of Instruction for Your Estate Plan

A comprehensive estate plan often includes writing a last will and testament to transfer your assets to your beneficiaries. Once you’ve passed away, the executor of your will shepherds the will through the probate... More>>

How Much Is My Structured Settlement Worth?

Originally posted on There are times when one’s financial needs change, and the thought “Should I sell my... More>>

Gambling Winnings Tax in the UK

Originally posted on You’ve just sealed the deal on the biggest gambling win of your life. A potentially life-changing sum of money is on its way to you as a reward for... More>>

5 Strategies For More Accurate Sales Forecasting

Originally posted on Can a more accurate sales forecasting process help in pulling in more revenue for businesses? Check out these five strategies... More>>

How Much Should You Pay For A Marketing Consultant?

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