Yes – Part-time Jobs With Health Insurance DO Exist
Due to our recent move from the Deep South to New England, we’ve been forced to completely reorganize our health insurance coverage. We’ve actually done it using one of the strategies that I have outlined on this site in the past – a part-time job. And I am here to report – happily – that Continue Reading
Using YouTube to Create and Grow Your Business
I don’t know about you, but I’m something of a YouTube junkie. Since I work at home, I often have music videos playing while I work. And anytime I need to get information on how to do something, YouTube is my first stop. It’s something like a giant information and entertainment TV, but one tha Continue Reading
When You’re Serious About Getting Out of Debt Try These Strategies
There’s a lot of talk about getting out of debt. It happens in coffee shops and over kitchen tables. Dozens of books are written about it each year. It’s a virtual cottage industry on the Internet, and it makes the rounds on TV financial programs as well. And yet tens of millions of people are s Continue Reading
How to Start a Business Website
The Internet is one of the greatest and most important inventions in the history of mankind. It has changed the way that we perform tasks such as buying concert tickets, paying utility bills or shopping for clothing. No matter what you are interested in, or how obscure the topic is, there is certain Continue Reading
Financial Stress Can Have Big Health Consequences
Back in 2008, at the peak of the financial crisis, the Associated Press and AOL conducted a health poll related to financial stress. According to the findings, people who reported high debt stress had more physical and mental health problems than people with low debt stress. For example, 27 percent Continue Reading
What to Do if the Primary Provider in Your Family is Hurt on the Job
We talk a lot about earning a living on this site but one thing that we haven’t covered – that we desperately need to – is what to do if you are the primary provider for your family, or at least a major contributor, and you are hurt on the job. It matters even if your injury is not employment Continue Reading
How to Get Current on Estimated Tax Payments — and Stay That Way
If you’re self-employed, collect alimony, receive rental or investment income, or even win big in Vegas, both the IRS and your state revenue office get a piece of the pie. If you haven’t set aside Uncle Sam’s portion, you’ll be miserable come April 15. Don’t worry — if you’re behind on Continue Reading
How To Use Tax Credits To Lower Your Tax Liability
Now that another tax season is upon us, there’s plenty to know as we get ready to prepare our own returns. One of the most overlooked areas of tax preparation is tax credits. There’s much discussion about tax deductions but far less in the equally important area of tax credits. You can learn how Continue Reading
6 Ways to Lower Your Life Insurance Premium
For most people, term life insurance doesn’t cost too much. For other people, it’s a different story. Here’s the good news: You can lower your life insurance premium by making some lifestyle changes. When you’re done, you can either renegotiate your rate or buy a policy from a more reasonabl Continue Reading
Five Reasons Why I’ll Never Do a Long-Distance Self-Move Again
Last week I wrote about the mechanics of our 1,200 mile self-move from Georgia to New Hampshire, and how we’d never do a long-distance self-move again. Today I want to explain the main detail that made it so disagreeable: driving the truck. I know that I covered the truck issue to some degree Continue Reading