5 Ways To Look For Extra Income Without Increasing Your Workload

Lots of people end up feeling like they’re stuck in financial ruts. It happens. We work hard to get to a certain place on the financial bracket, and then it feels like it might be impossible to get past that. When that situation hits, it’s time to try making some extra income without actually working more. This is when you have to be smart and creative with your time and energy! Continue reading “5 Ways To Look For Extra Income Without Increasing Your Workload”

4 Situations Where Bad Credit Makes You Work Harder

For many people, bad credit started following them around before they even really knew what credit was. Because credit card companies tend to prey off of young buyers at first, without knowing the ins and outs of debt, you can end up in a black financial hole before you even turn 20, and it can stick with you for a long time depending on your eventual income level. Continue reading “4 Situations Where Bad Credit Makes You Work Harder”

Post-Mortem Finances: Understanding How Bankruptcy Impacts Your Will

When you file for bankruptcy, the goal is to eliminate excessive debt entirely or to agree to debt repayment with the assistance of the court. However, there are certain debts that cannot be eliminated, such as child support and payment to injured parties in a lawsuit, and debtors may also experience other financial repercussions from this process. But can those repercussions extend beyond the life of the bankrupt individual? How should bankruptcy be accounted for in your will?

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How To Write Your Own Will

A will that outlines your wishes in the event of your death is one of the most important documents you will create in your lifetime. It doesn’t matter how much you have acquired during the course of your life; this document will outline what you would like to have happen to the possessions you do have. Here are some tips for writing your own will.

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