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May, 2012

  • 8 May

    Aссоuntіng Sеrvісе

    If уоu thоught соllеgе Algеbrа wаѕ tоugh, уоu ѕhоuld trу fіlіng уоur іnсоmе tаx аnd уоu’rе gоіng еnd uр hаvіng nіghtmаrеѕ fоr thе rеѕt оf уоur lіfе. Sоmеtіmеѕ I wіѕh I nеvеr grеw uр tо bесоmіng аn аdult аnd fасе ѕuсh рrоblеmѕ thаt ѕеnd соld ѕhіvеrѕ dоwn mу ѕріnе аnd ...

April, 2012

March, 2012

  • 6 March

    Why Choose an Annuity?

    Annuities have historically received kind of a bad reputation as annuity salespeople did not do a real good job of explaining what an annuity is and isn’t. By trying to sell more products, they oversold the reasons why annuities may make sense for some and not for others. This post ...

  • 5 March

    A Guide to Financial Technology

    The discipline of saving and managing money has been something that humans have struggled with for thousands of years. Some say that classics like “The Richest Man in Babylon” speak time-less truths about wealth and how to earn it. However, people continue to struggle with finances and debt today. It ...

  • 5 March

    5 Cool Tools for Protecting Your Identity

    How safe is your identity?  Well, with identity thieves always looking for new ways to take advantage of their victims, it is more important than ever to keep your information safe.  And you don’t have to do this with a monthly protection service.  Here are 5 things you can buy ...

  • 2 March

    Foreclosure Hunters: Pal or Predator?

    You may have arrived at the point where a home foreclosure is inevitable. Perhaps you’re three months or more behind on payments and have received a written notice from lawyers representing your mortgage holder that legal action is being taken against you. Time is not on your side and without ...

  • 2 March

    Baby Steps in Teaching Your Child about Saving Money

    Teaching your child about money matters can be difficult at times, and the most difficult time is when you, yourself, overspend or forget to pay a bill on time. The first step in raising your child into a financially responsible adult is to curb your own spending and adopt strong ...