3 Ways To Avoid Back-to-School Overspending Sure, you went back to school shopping with your kids in the summer, but every parent knows there’s a second wind. They might need a new calculator that wasn’t on your first supply list, or they may need a new tablet after their device dies after the first day. Whatever it is, you’re stuck with the bill, and this second trip to the stores can do a … [Read more...] about How to Avoid Back-to-School Overspending
The experience of buying a condo for the first time is almost the same as buying your first home. The process is the same, and so is the excitement. If this is your very first home and maybe you cannot raise enough money for a detached house, start with a condo. The experience is less hassle, and you can even qualify for financing faster. Here are 9 tips to help you buy your first condo: 1. … [Read more...] about 9 Useful Tips To Follow When Buying A Condo For The First Time
66% of millennials plan to rely on their savings in the next 20 years. Most are scared of taking risks after seeing the market crash of 2008. And I get it-- investing is terrifying. Unfortunately, most millennials are also in debt, which means at the rate they are going, they won’t have enough for retirement. That’s where investing comes into play. Investing doesn’t have to be scary, though. … [Read more...] about 5 Ways to Take The Fear Out of Investing
Many people find themselves in need of a loan. It might be to redecorate their home, or to help towards wedding costs, or even to take care of an emergency. Whatever the reason, there may come a time when you need to apply for a loan, and you may wonder if you need a credit history to be approved. What Is A Credit History? Your credit history is an account of your financial past. It includes … [Read more...] about Do You Need to have a Credit History when Applying for a Loan?