The current pandemic and corresponding economic crisis has many people concerned about their financial strength and durability for the long haul. If you have equity in your home, you might consider doing a home refinance either to withdraw cash or to spread the remaining balance out and lower your p Continue Reading
Preparing for the Coronavirus Economic Meltdown: Why You May Need to Refinance Your Car Loan Now
We’re treated to a steady barrage of ads hawking ever lower mortgage rates, or the latest 0% introductory APR offers on credit cards. But lost in the mix are auto loan refinances. That’s unfortunate, because it appears we’re on the cusp of the coronavirus economic meltdown. That being the case Continue Reading
15 Ways the Coronavirus Will Change Life as We Knew It
Are you one of the millions of Americans who believe the economy, social construct, and financial systems of the country will go back to normal right quick just as soon as the lockdown is lifted and we’re once again free to roam about? Regrettably, that thinking is likely to prove overly optimisti Continue Reading
PTSD: 5 effective coping strategies
According to a National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) study, 39.2% of those involved in a motor vehicle accident go on to develop post traumatic stress disorder. The American Psychological Association also found that car accidents are the leading cause of PTSD among the general (non-military) po Continue Reading
9 Reasons We May Finally be Reaching Coronavirus Fatigue
An orderly sense of calm has come over the grocery stores, replacing the frenzied panic of a few weeks ago. The local TV news is leading off with stories other than the coronavirus. That’s after two solid months of the first 80% of each program being dedicated to the pandemic. Meanwhile, Wall Stre Continue Reading
How to Buy a Foreclosed Home in 2020
Are you ready to take the plunge and buy a home? If you answered yes, you may be considering buying a new home. Have you thought about buying a foreclosed home instead? Motivated sellers, increased bargaining power, conducting home inspections during the standard contingency period are some of t Continue Reading
Six Tips to Get Out of Debt Faster
Many Americans will tell you they’re carrying debt through car loans, credit cards and other obligations. It's more debt than they’d like to have. Half of Americans spend more money than they make every month! The good news is there are several actionable steps you can take to help you get out o Continue Reading
The Wall Street – Main Street Disconnect Continues Even with the Coronavirus
The stock market has been on a wild ride in 2020. It started the year on a high note, rolling through to February 12, when the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit an all-time high close of 29,551. News of the coronavirus was already a daily staple at that point, but Wall Street was continuing to do wha Continue Reading
6 Ways How Technologies Make Your Small Business Grow
"The first rule of any technology used in a business is that automation applied to an efficient operation will magnify the efficiency. The second is that automation applied to an inefficient operation will magnify the inefficiency." - Bill Gates Technology is all about innovation and curiosity, a Continue Reading
Fantastic Advice And Tips To Help You Save On Pay Stub Creation
As the leader of your company, you have a lot of different responsibilities on your hands to deal with. From managing company fees to collaborating with other companies and figuring out what moves you'll make in the next quarter, you have a lot already on your plate. One of the most important Continue Reading