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A Series of Unfortunate Events: How Social Security Disability Can Help

If you suffered from nearly any workplace accident, such as an explosion, slip and fall or dismemberment your medical needs are probably covered by Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI). So if you are not able to work, you will receive stable monthly payments to pay for personal bills. Here … [Read More...]

Why 80 Percent of Americans Shop Online

According to a recent study, almost 80 percent of all Americans currently shop online. This number is up from only about 22 percent in 2000, and this is solid evidence that online shopping is more than just a passing trend. Some shoppers even complete most or all of their shopping online, and many … [Read More...]

5 Tips to Consider When Purchasing Your First Home

Buying your first home is one the biggest and most important purchases you'll ever make. There are a lot of factors to consider apart from getting a fair price and making monthly mortgage payments. Buying the wrong house can be a financial nightmare. Here are some of the things to think about when … [Read More...]

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How to Navigate Through the Emotional Baggage of Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can be both financially and emotionally devastating. While you may be feeling a sense of financial relief because you no longer have creditors breathing down your neck, you may also be reeling from the emotional impact of the lengthy legal process and the many months of financial stress … [Read More...]

Plastic Money: Top Tips for First Time Credit Card Holders

Many financial experts don’t really like credit cards because of how many people suffer from credit card debt. However, it can be a beneficial tool if used properly, especially for anyone desiring to increase their credit score. A high credit score will allow you to buy a home, settle in a location … [Read More...]

Guide to Turning Your Short-Term Savings into Long-Term Investment

So, you've taken the first step in taking charge of your finances and finally opened that savings account. Hooray! Now, what's next? Having a savings account is great, as you keep money from being spent on impulsive purchases. But if you're really good at it, you could utilize the 1%-something … [Read More...]