How to Pick the Best Cars for City Living

When you drive in the city, you need to make sure you have the right car. City driving can wreak havoc on your car and on your budget. There are quite a few cars you can choose when it comes to driving in the city. But, some of those options provide the benefits you need […]

38 EFFORTLESS Ways We SAVE MONEY (Without Even Trying)

Financial management is often a daunting task in today’s uncertain world. It’s okay to feel that way; you’re not alone. According to a YouGov survey, one in ten consumers does not have any savings, while 13% have less than $100 in their savings accounts. Another 14% of Americans say they have savings between $1,000 and […]

Expert Tips for Achieving Oversized Investment Returns

Anyone who spends any time thinking about investing has at least fantasized about enjoying oversized investment returns a time or two. It’s a concept that’s captured the imagination of investors for generations. It’s the “thing” that allows people to write best-selling books and sell day-trading courses to the masses and earn millions of dollars in […]

What the Self-Employed Need to Know When Applying for a Mortgage 

Buying a home or owning a property can often feel like a pipeline dream for those that are self-employed, or working as a freelancer. Typically, any lender will carefully evaluate the financial criteria of any mortgage applicant. What many lenders are hoping to see is someone with a steady, full-time job, and a bulky paycheck. […]

Golden Years, Higher Ed: How to Pay for College in Retirement

Imagine you’re walking a tightrope, balancing retirement savings in one hand and your child’s college fund in the other. It’s a delicate act, isn’t it? According to a recent survey, many parents consider a risky shift in this balance. A stunning 68% would consider dipping into their future funds to cover their child’s education costs. […]