Category Archives: Investing

How to Day Trade

Okay, so you have been reading our blogs for a while now and you have your equipment in order, you have been keeping up with the financial news, and you are utilizing all the free day trading tools that we have told you about. Well, it sounds like it is time for you to takeContinue Reading

Starting a Young Family: Are you ready?

Planning a family is exciting. Beside the actual, um, creation of the children, there’re thoughts about having a boy or girl, how you’ll educate them, what they’ll be when they grow up, and how they’ll provide for you when you’re old and grey. They’re great topics; however, in many cases they crowd out the most important question for you and your partner … Are you ready to start a family?Continue Reading

Be a financial hero for your family

Superheroes are cool. No matter how young or old your are, watching a movie or television show featuring your favorite character is still a thrill. Many of these heroes seem perfect to everyone, from their morals to the way they comb their hair. They don’t take out unneeded bank loans or sign up for credit cards. For if they did, their hero status could be tarnished.Continue Reading

Financial Advice: Why You Should Listen to the Experts

Dave Ramsey and Suzie Orman. These are two names many young families hear over the course of time when dealing with their finances. Both are very well-known financial personalities who have their own shows and books. They also appear across the country numerous times a year to promote their financial strategies to get rid of debt and build wealth. Listen to them on a regular basis and their advice is straightforward without any gimmicks. In fact, many of the things we mention on this blog line up with what these and other public financial advisors say.Continue Reading

Is silver worth investing in?

These days, raising a family is quite costly. It’s important for families to have diverse financial portfolios so that profits from their investments can act as a second source of income, on top of their monthly salaries. Thus, if their finances permit, young parents should consider trading silver if possible.Continue Reading

It’s Winter: Time to Get Ready for Summer Camp!

At the time this blog entry is written the Northeast coast of the United States is under a blanket of white. Snowstorm upon snowstorm has inundated the region with feet of snow while below freezing temperatures have kept it from melting. People who live there are cold, tired, and in need of relief. What a perfect time to start thinking about summer camp for your young family.Continue Reading

Is Amazon Prime worth the price?

Ninety-nine dollars. A hefty price to pay for an annual subscription to anything, let alone an Internet service. Yet, this is what Amazon charges for its Prime service, and it’s a big winner for the company. Tens of millions of users have paid the $99 fee to watch free movies and TV shows, read books, listen to music, and get free deliveries. In other words, it’s Netflix, Pandora, and, well, Amazon, all tied into one.Continue Reading

Maximizing the Profits of Your Small Business

As someone with a young family and a small business, one of your main goals is to ensure there’s enough money to pay for household essentials and business expenses. Oh. of course you could utilize credit in order to have enough funds to take care of both; however, this leads to a giant problem. The money utilized in the present needs to be paid back in the future, and this means profits from the business aren’t maximized.Continue Reading

Parenting and Finance: Should Allowances be Allowed?

The allowance — a decades-old ritual for children. Each week, kids young and old would step up to their parents, put out their hands, and be given precious cash. In the days of Way Back When, this was normally 50 cents or so. Today, an allowance can run parents several dollars a week.Continue Reading

Know Your Health Insurance Acronyms

Acronyms are the way of the world in the 21st century. Be it correspondence on social media or review of government programs, these forms of abbreviated words encompass more of everyday speak than ever before. One of the main culprits of this is the health care system. From PPO and HMO to PCP and AHCA, the acronyms of healthcare can confuse even the most intellectual person.
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