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Tips to Help You Save on Your Auto Insurance

Finding the right insurance provider is a hustle for many people. Even when their car insurance policies cost them a considerable sum annually, they’d rather not be bothered to search for a more affordable insurance policy. The average annual rate for car insurance is currently $900 according to the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. This average figure has been... ❯❯❯

How to Donate Your Boat to Charity for a Tax Deduction

Donating to charity is a great way to help out those in need. Charities are created for the purpose of raising awareness about a specific cause, giving people a chance to donate their time, money, and property in order to help those affected. There are hundreds of charities people can donate to, including charities promoting awareness about specific diseases, awareness about people affected by... ❯❯❯

How to Find the Best Investment Advice

When you invest, you are putting your own money at risk. Therefore, you do not want to take investment advice from just anyone. Additionally, even though there are several places to find great investment advice, you also cannot trust suggestions just because of their source. This means you must also sort through the advice and know what to follow and what to disregard. Here are a few tips for... ❯❯❯

How Plastic Became the New Cash

It was premature based on the statistics available at the time, but back in 2006 our favorite financial family board game Monopoly made the switch to plastic over the bright colored bills we all grew up with. Mr. Moneybags decision to dump cash was an attempt to get with the times as 70% of adults shifted more purchases to plastic than they did before the millennium. Nearly ten years after the... ❯❯❯

Eco Property Houses - Houses Go Green

Mother Earth is becoming more sensitive to environmental pollution thus resulting in a kaleidoscope of alarming situations and raising the concerns for her protection. Though better late than never, people are taking precautions now, thus arising the trend of eco property houses. The concept of eco homes revolves around consumption of less energy for better living. Since ages, Mother Earth has... ❯❯❯

7 Ways to Reduce the Costs of Moving

Moving into a new home is always exciting for a family. No matter what the situation is, it is always fun to have something new to look forward too. And no matter the situation, moving is always expensive for any family. There are a lot of little costs of moving that many people do not think about until they are right in the middle of the process. It is important to not only be aware of these... ❯❯❯

The Best Ways to Start Saving for Retirement Today

Saving for retirement is a goal that everyone will need to reach at some point in their lives. Many people like to put off this type of savings as long as possible, but no matter how tempting that is, starting a retirement savings plan as soon as possible. There are a lot of different ways people can start their retirement savings. However, some methods are more effective than others and can... ❯❯❯

What you need to know about rental property insurance

Home insurance isn’t just for people who own their homes. Even if you rent, you need to have insurance. Rental property insurance covers you for losses due to fine, storms, burglary and more. Read on to find out why you need rental property insurance. Levels of coverage Like most types of insurance, rental property insurance companies offer various levels of coverage. Each level costs more... ❯❯❯

Mega Ways to Manage Your Money

These days finances are tight, and it’s important to be careful with your money. You need to take steps to manage and stay on top of your finances. Too many people are too carefree with their finances these days. And this can lead to all sorts of financial problems later in life. The best way to start is to try to limit your spending. If you’re awful at regulating spending habits a... ❯❯❯

Advantages of Investing in a Roth IRA

Freedom and flexibility:One of the best aspects of Roth IRAs is the absence of a required minimum distribution (RMD). At 70½,Traditional IRAs require you to calculate all of your RMDs and take them as taxable income. If you miss anyor don’t withdraw enough, it will cost you a 50% penalty on top of your income tax. You also can’t​contribute savings after 70½ to regular... ❯❯❯