Category: Money Lessons

Be Your Own House Crasher With These Simple Home Improvements

All it takes is small improvements to make a world of difference in the look and feel of your home. With spring here and the snow finally gone, it is a perfect time to start making plans for your all the DIY jobs that you want to tackle in these next few months. Consider starting with the basic maintenance of your home, that way you...

Are You An Educated Consumer About Insurance?

If you answered no to that question, then it’s time that you are. When shopping for insurance, especially if it’s online, you are making important decisions about your coverage that you more than likely have no idea about. It’s normal to want to find ways to cut costs on your bill, but that may also result in you cutting out the coverage that you should really...

Thinking of Retirement? Do a Trial Run First.

    The nation’s largest generation is facing a decision of what to do with their retirement future. Many of those are at risk financially for they are weighed down by debt. There is no question that they need to work off this debt before they retire otherwise they could easily deplete their nest egg significantly. Many financial planners are urging these Baby Boomers to...

Choosing a New Car: Considering Electric?

If you’re in the market for a new car, like any auto you want to look at the both the advantages and the disadvantages as well as the long term savings. The biggest advantage of an electric car is that it doesn’t produce the pollution that is associated with a gas-fueled car. However, there are still environmental costs involved. The electricity for these cars is...

Money Lessons 101: Insuring Your College-Bound Student

There is no age limitation to purchasing life insurance. While our children are young, most parents don’t consider this because it is not something they think about long term. While it is true that our children ages is not as high of a risk as an older adult may be, it is still possible for them to pass away prematurely, leaving a large amount of...