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7 Tips on Car Insurance

Owning a car gives you the freedom to come and go as you please, but it also requires responsibility and can be expensive. There is gas and oil, maintenance, tires and of course insurance. Although coverage requirements vary from state to state, all 50 states have laws that require at least some … [Read More...]

6 Things Your Insurance Company isn’t Telling You

Vehicle owners are generally required by law to carry auto insurance to protect their assets and to pay for damages they might cause. Since a majority of Americans own a vehicle, buying car insurance is something many of us go through. Even though you're required to buy the coverage required by … [Read More...]

6 Things to Discuss With Your Financial Adviser before Tax Season

While everyone typically marks the April 15th tax deadline on their calendar, few set aside much time before then to really work on their finances, let alone their taxes. In reality, though, you should treat your taxes as more than just an annual event, which is why it can be so beneficial to meet … [Read More...]

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How Building A New Home Can Actually Save You Money In The Long Run

Home ownership is one of the things that marks success for most Americans. It is seen as a mark of status and of adulthood. However, there are a lot of things to consider when becoming a homeowner, and there are several ways building a home can save you money when compared to buying a preexisting … [Read More...]

Six Ways You Can Save Money On Holiday Gifts This Year

It can be tempting to not break your budget when buying holiday gifts. Between finding perfect gifts and buying for more people than planned, there are many ways to overspend. Here are six ways you can save money on the gifts you buy this year. Make Your Own Making your own gifts doesn't just save … [Read More...]

Investing for Safety

New and low-risk investors are understandably cautious about losing money. Generally, if the return of your capital is more important than the return on your capital then the appreciation of your capital will generally be lower. To put it another way, if you are willing to accept a bit more risk you … [Read More...]