Tips for talking to your insurance company after a car accident

When dealing with your insurance company after an accident, it is important to recall the accident honestly while keeping your facts to an estimate. It doesn’t do anyone any good to lie or over share facts. While an accident might technically have been caused by you, you might be surprised to know that there could […]

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Which kind of real estate agent is the right one for you

Shopping for a new home includes numerous steps, one of the most important is selecting a realtor versus a real estate agent. First determine if the agent will be a perfect fit for your family. Do not choose an agent who is a family friend or casual acquaintance, unless they are determined to find the […]

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Home Improvement: DIY or Hire a Pro?

As home improvement is a must in these financial times, we have a solution for you. This article can fill you in on the do’s and don’t’s of home improvement. If you have never been a DYI kind of person then the key points are going to help you tremendously. By having all the information […]

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The 6 Best Money Moves to Make in Your 20s

When i was in my 20’s, I did whatever I could to conserve money as a savings dividend. Did it pay-off? Yes, now in my mid-30’s, I have accumulated a substantial amount where I can say that I am not in a dangerous financial place to be in debt. Being in credit card debt, would […]

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Ready, Set, Spring Clean! 6 Apps to Turn Clutter Into Cash

Smartphone users can learn about six applications to get rid of junk and make some quick money in their latest blog post! We breakdown into six different groups of junk, such a general stuff, womans or childrens clothing and more. Each section then gives an application that the user can use to offload their items […]

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8 Times When It’s Smarter to Rent a Home Than to Buy

Although a majority of American adults still feel that buying a home is an important part of the American Dream, the idea is no longer as attractive as it used to be as our idea of work and mobility changes. For many of the Baby Boomers, owning a home was synonymous with working your whole […]

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Essential Career Advice for the Freelance Economy

Our idea of work is changing rapidly- long-term, stable positions are giving way to jobs done by part-timers like freelancers, temporary workers, and contracts who can deliver quick, single time jobs on demand. Known technically as contingent workers, a third of Americans are already considered under this category and it is only expected to grow […]

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