5 Money Moves You Should Adopt in 2018

5 Money Moves You Should Adopt in 2018

Sure, 2017 was all about “living your best life.” While many of you were doing this, you may have forgotten the importance of living on a budget. When it comes to your money, you want to make the best and most logical decisions possible. Let’s take a look at five awesome money moves you should be making this year. Get on A Budget It’s never too late to start living on a … [Read more...]

How to Predict If a Home Will Hold Its Resale Value

How to Predict If a Home Will Hold Its Resale Value

While most buyers who purchase a home with a view to living there themselves will have very specific criteria about what they want, when purchasing as an investor, the financial performance of the property is paramount—and the potential resale value plays a big part. If you’re on the hunt for a property that’s likely to hold its resale value well into the future, here are a … [Read more...]

Why Addiction Can Ruin a Career

Why Addiction Can Ruin a Career

When most people think about how a career was ruined by drugs and alcohol, it’s usually a pro athlete or celebrity who reached the top only to have their addiction send them crashing down. While those stories may capture the attention of the masses, the fact is any person in any profession can have their career ruined by an addiction. Here is a look at just a few of the reasons … [Read more...]

US Dollar Outlook & What it Means for Gold

US Dollar Outlook & What it Means for Gold

The following post was originally published on TheDailyGold.com We do not focus too much on the US dollar because in the big picture Gold usually leads movements in the dollar. As it pertains to the present, Gold’s failure to breakout (while the dollar made two new lows since the summer 2016 peak in Gold) implies that the the dollar, at worst is not going much lower anytime … [Read more...]

The Best Ways to Finance Auto Repair Shop Equipment

The Best Ways to Finance Auto Repair Shop Equipment

Auto repair shops steadily see a rise in business with the average fleet age at seventeen years old and the average age of personal vehicles at eleven years. Whether you are starting an auto repair shop or trying to grow one you already own, you need equipment. The equipment needed for an auto repair shop is big, heavy, and expensive. With a lot of complex operations and … [Read more...]

A Guide to Choosing the Best Home Loan

A Guide to Choosing the Best Home Loan

We all know that buying a home is a big decision. In fact, it’s probably the biggest purchase decision you’ll ever make. That’s why choosing the right mortgage is so important. There are so many options when it comes to home loans that the process can be downright confusing, especially for first-time buyers. Choosing the best home loan for you is about more than just … [Read more...]

How to Find the Best Online Lender for Your Small Business

How to Find the Best Online Lender for Your Small Business

Small business owners are opting for online loans instead of going to banks to secure funds. However, you should know that not all online lenders are made equal. You need to look out for those who offer solid financial options. Here are some guidelines that will come in handy when looking for the best online lender for your business needs: Eliminate Bad Debt If you have a … [Read more...]

5 Unexpected Ways to Utilize a Credit Cards

5 Unexpected Ways to Utilize a Credit Cards

Credit cards are useful tools for enhancing your everyday life and reaching your financial goals. If used properly, credit cards provide security and build your credit. Once you have your credit card, there are number of ways you can use it.  Some of which may surprise you. 1. Pay Off Other Cards Some credit cards offer rewards for transfers, and even zero interest for a … [Read more...]

Less Wrong

Less Wrong

Excerpted from the Geometry of Wealth by Brian Portnoy, Published by Harriman House. Available Wherever Books Are Sold. We constantly navigate a delicate balance between taking enough risk to get ahead, but not so much as to court danger. In that balancing act, we first seek to avoid mistakes, if possible, and to mitigate the consequences of those that inevitably occur. Not … [Read more...]

How to Invest in Real Estate After Bankruptcy

How to Invest in Real Estate After Bankruptcy

Bankruptcy can offer you a fresh start when you are buried under an overwhelming amount of debt. If you have finally had all of your debt erased after filing for bankruptcy, you may be wondering what investment strategy you should approach. Sadly, for some recent filers, investing might be the last thing on their minds. However, it's never too early to start investing … [Read more...]

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