Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance

Posted on March 5, 2016 By

Helping the “uninsurable” secure coverage is challenging. Clients who have health problems or have been denied coverage in the past still need life insurance. One option is guaranteed issue life insurance. Given the high risk nature of coverage, few insurers offer it. However with a little preparation and extra effort, you can find the right…


Green Card Dont Pay to Get One

Posted on March 1, 2016 By

It’s amazing. The very first spam ever sent was from a couple of lawyers who offered to help people get a Green Card if they paid the law firm a small fee. A Green Card, for those of you that don’t know, is a proof of permanent resident alien status from the feared Immigration and…


The Easiest Way To Send Money

Posted on February 17, 2016 By

In the past, if you wanted to send money electronically through a wire transfer you only had a few options available to you. You could go to your local bank to conduct the transfer, or you could use the services of a company such as Western Union. But nowadays more and more companies are set…


Money Rules You Should Break

Posted on February 10, 2016 By

When it comes to learning fiscal knowledge, some lessons result in better memories than others. One of the most satisfying lessons I have ever learned is that there are rules simply made to be broken. Rules that produce benefits for everyone are not what I am talking about. These “good” rules include not cutting in…


The Future Of Banking Bank Online

Posted on February 6, 2016 By

Chances are your bank is a virtual place. Since the invention of the Internet you can see your balances anywhere, at any time. Most banks think globally and have acted this way by creating secure portals to manage their account holder’s information stored in their databases. This information stored usually shows account balances, previous transactions,…



Setting Your Financial Priorities

Posted on January 16, 2016 By

Whether you know it or not, you are always setting your financial priorities. Some may decide that a new stereo system is more inportant than this month’s electric bill. This may be a little off the wall but it is still setting your priorities. Anyone wanting to better manage their money would be wise to…


Bankruptcy Bill

Posted on January 12, 2016 By

The Senate is trying to overhaul the bankruptcy laws. Credit card companies and retailers have been pushing for reform since 1997. Hopefully, the new law will come into effect by mid-March. What have they been battling over? They rejected an amendment that would allow older people to get a special “homestead exemption” that would allow…


How To Save Money On Groceries

Posted on January 7, 2016 By

Unlike a fixed monthly cost such as your mortgage or car payment, the amount you spend on groceries each month is somewhat flexible. While the common advice of clipping coupons and buying generic brands to save money while shopping is sound, by far the best way to truly keep your grocery shopping expenses under control…


How To Reduce Banking Fees

Posted on January 4, 2016 By

Nobody likes to pay banking fees, but if you aren’t active in trying to reduce them, you are probably paying more in fees than you need to be. One of the most important actions to take in order to reduce the banking fees is to figure out exactly how you use your bank. Consider what…