You’re driving down the road and your tire blows out. You’re sitting at home and see water leaking through the roof. You’re trying to cook dinner, but your oven won’t turn on. These are all events that can happen to anyone, but you can be prepared to handle these circumstances if you have an emergency savings fund.
Buying a home is an exciting adventure, but for first-time home buyers, it can also be overwhelming. Let’s talk about 5 things you need to know before making that big purchase.
If you're planning to get a tax refund this year (or you already have), it's important to have a plan for your money. Without giving your money a purpose, it's easy to spend on unnecessary things. Giving your tax return a plan can set you on the right track financially for 2018.
It’s that time of year again, the Holiday Season! While this season is filled with love, laughter, and giving, many choose to ignore the fact that with “giving”, comes “spending”. Learning how to spread the love to everyone over the holidays without breaking the bank is truly a special skill. Following the next 5 steps can help you check everything off your list, while keeping your spending to a minimum.
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If somebody can become wealthy on a barber's salary, then they're obviously doing something right. That's the premise of David Chilton's financial self-help book "The Wealthy Barber". He offers a commonsense guide to becoming financially independent. In the spirit of efficiency, we have summarized his five key tips.
If you’re applying for a small business loan, you’re going to want to establish a strong relationship with a financial lender. They have the money. You need the money. So it’s a good idea to know what to expect in the loan application process. Here’s what banks are looking for in a potential candidate.