5 Tips for Setting Achievable Financial Goals

Many of us dream of a life in which we are financially comfortable and can spend our days doing whatever we please rather than slaving away at the 9-5 grind. However, the harsh reality is that unless you beat the astounding odds and win the lottery, you’ll need to take some measures to ensure you ... Read More »

March 27, 2014 ·

Money Saving

Buying a Home: How to Seal the Deal in a Buyer’s Market

Buying a home is an exciting time, but could be financially devastating depending on the nature of the real estate market.  Given particular circumstance, it’s better to be a buyer or a seller.  Since buying a home is likely a person’s largest investment of their life, it’s advantageous to buy amid a ‘buyer’s market.’ ‘Sealing ... Read More »

March 13, 2014 ·

Money Saving


Tips on How to Get Ahead of the Financial Game

There are so many fun ways to spend money. With a smartphone and a $5000 credit limit, you can buy a diamond encrusted Bluetooth headset without ever having to get up from your bar stool. Wants and needs can be hard to tell apart, but it’s time to come down from the consumption-induced high and ... Read More »

October 23, 2013 ·



How To Ensure Your Home is Safe From Storm Season

There’s nothing like an act of God to ruin your home – the power of nature is awesome. Your insurance should protect you, but only if you’ve elected special storm-related coverage. It hardly seems fair, right? You pay a lot of money every year in premiums. You should be able to get the insurer to ... Read More »

October 17, 2013 ·

Money Saving


Why Wages Are behind Inflation in the UK

Inflation in the UK has been up since 1948, say specialists, but the National Minimum Wages are usually behind it. Just in London, where the allegedly “London Living Wage” introduced in 2005 was raised to £8.55 in November 2012, renting is unaffordable to date, and one out of five workers remains in poverty, while security ... Read More »

March 31, 2013 ·


Buying and renovating old houses could cost you your health and finances

A couple years ago, flipping houses was the biggest craze. Buying them for cheap, renovating them and then selling them for a more money seemed like an ingenious idea. Now, with unstable housing markets it’s obviously not the wisest decision, as the return of investment may not be as great and the house may sit ... Read More »

March 24, 2013 ·