Archive for the ‘Finance’ category

Simple Ways to Get Debts Out of Your Life

May 16, 2013

Debts got you down? Sometimes it can feel like the whole world is crashing in on top of you. But it’s not as bad as it seems, especially if you practice some simple remedies that will have you on top of the world in no time. Instead of worrying about bills, take the time to write down your goals to get a plan in order.
Put some extra money into paying your lowest balances first on your credit cards. You’ll get a great feeling of satisfaction as you pay off each debt. Check out some of the items you have in your closets or attic to get some extra cash from yard sales. For debt reduction strategies, . . . read more


Dipping into Your Savings

March 8, 2013

You want to keep your investments growing in your retirement fund for future security. But during troubling economic times, you might be tempted to dip into your savings. If you have an individual retirement account, you can begin making withdrawals without difficulties as you reach a certain age. If you take early withdrawals, you can face tax penalties. However, there are exceptions to this rule. You might take advantage of loans, medical emergencies or educational needs if you need fast cash . . . Read More

My Book Gets a Rave on Amazon

February 25, 2012

Check out the Amazon review of my book, The Complete Guide to Trust and Estate Management. “I believe this book fulfills two purposes. One is to encourage us to make the most vital decision in our lives and the other is to choose the right person to carry out our wishes. I believe this book should be given by the person appointing a trustee or executor to the person they feel would be best for them before the commitment is made.” Read the review . . .