Financial Tips for Young Adults

Perhaps the best financial advice for young people is to get enough education to maximize your earnings later. A person with a high school diploma will make earn an average of $400 more a week than someone with a bachelor’s degree, according to Forbes. That higher earning power can be put into retirement accounts that Read More

Expert Tax Tips to Make 2014 Tax Season as Painless as Possible

It’s that time of year again … time to think about taxes. Consider the following expert tax tips to make the 2014 tax season as painless as possible. File early. By doing so, you reduce your chances of identity theft. And if you are receiving a refund, you will have the money in your pocket Read More

Tax Time Identity Theft Tips

Protecting your identity is important no matter the time of the year, but with the level of sensitive information floating around during tax season; it is wise to take additional precautions. The deadline established by the IRS for filing your taxes is April 15th, so you have ample time to protect your personal information before Read More

What Questions Should You Ask Yourself Before Refinancing?

If you are interested in refinancing your home, there are a few questions you should ask yourself before you get started. Do I have the time to spare? Refinancing is a big decision. Make sure that you have enough time to dig into the details. Will I break out even or come out ahead? It Read More

Choosing Between 15 Year and 30 Year Mortgages

When first borrowing a mortgage to purchase a home, you must decide how long you need to pay it all back. Short term mortgages have their own benefits, but they do put some pressure on you to make larger monthly payments. However, stretching out the loan could come with some downsides. Learn about both options Read More

Real Estate 2014: Changes You Should be Aware of That Will Effect You

Whether you already own a home or you’re in the market to purchase your first home each year there are new things that affect the real estate market, and these are just some of the things you should be aware of in 2014. Stabilization in the real estate markets– much of what had a positive Read More

Scoring an Asset-Based Loan

Not having a traditional job doesn’t mean you don’t have any money, but that’s what it looks like to a financial institution. Without a steady, verifiable income, getting a loan is difficult, but it is possible to use financial assets in order to qualify. Funds saved in traditional retirement accounts, 401(k)s, and proceeds from a Read More

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