There are many ways in which your identity could be compromised. For instance, someone could get the password to your bank account from a public computer or copy information from a tax document left on your office desk. Therefore, it is important that you take a holistic approach to keeping your personal information secure. Change… Continue reading Avoid Fraudulent Debt: 4 Protections Against Identity Theft
There is a lot to consider when you’re leading a family. One of the most important considerations is the financial aspect. It’s very difficult to sustain a family on low income. Plus, when you have children and a spouse, it’s so nice to create beautiful memories where you all can experience the best that life… Continue reading Saving and Spending: 4 Ways to Get Ahead of the Curve
When you’re in college, the narrative is all about being the broke college student. However, this doesn’t have to be your reality. If you work hard, prioritize your time and manage your money well, you can enjoy the collegiate experience without being the perpetual broke one. Consider the following tips to help you set financial… Continue reading Budgeting 101: How to Set Financial Goals
Before we can begin the conversation, let’s first make sure we understand what the term “re-financing” actually means. The following is a common scenario: Mary took a personal loan from the bank for $15,000 with an interest rate of 3% for a 5-year term. After 3 years, Mary decides that she would like more funds… Continue reading Refinancing a Loan; What does that Mean and what to Consider
As the years progress, it’s becoming more expensive to live. The cost of living in so many cities is consistently rising. More people are working around the clock to provide for their families. There are only so many hours you can work in one day. This is why it’s a good idea to make smart… Continue reading Looking for Investments? 4 Smart Money Moves You Should Make
Anything keep you up at night in being a small business owner? For some running smaller companies, things are proceeding along fine. For others, there are some sleepless nights for one reason or another. That said are you doing all you can to have the best small business experience possible? Money is Often Problem Number… Continue reading What Worries You About Your Small Business?
You have to have a methodical brain to be a CPA (Certified Public Accountant). Dealing with money matters is not something that’s a good fit for the scatter-brained. The most successful CPAs are often the most organized, too. They get their work matters in order in numerous effective ways. CPAs Keep Lists Making lists is… Continue reading How Do CPAs Organize and Prioritize Their Work?
Whether it happened all at once or over a long time, overcoming a large financial burden can be a difficult task. Although it’s difficult, walking this road to financial recovery is important, as finances affect so many different areas of your life, which getting this area in order will help other areas to go more… Continue reading Learning from Your Mistakes: Tips for Financial Recovery
In today’s tough times, single moms often find it even harder trying to make ends meet. They may find it difficult to pay the bills and keep a roof over their head, despite working multiple jobs. There are so many expenses that are critical for health, nutrition, and daily living. Thankfully, the State of Connecticut,… Continue reading Connecticut Connects Single Parent Families to Financial Assistance
First off we are experiencing over 20% real unemployment and underemployment. There’s no recovery on sight. Bottom line if employment is not improving we are not recovering don’t buy the myth about a jobless recovery that is a lie. 2019 is going to be worse than 2009 but there are things you can do to prepare… Continue reading 8 Financial Moves to Prepare for the Inevitable Inflationary Depression Coming in 2019