When a real estate investor follows the best strategies to maximize your ROI when flipping a house, the success will be overflowing with profits.
While most people think of divorce as a catalyst for lifestyle changes, it can significantly impact your finances, too. Here’s how to find stability again.
This month, PrimeXBT announced the launch of seven new altcoin assets, each of which has the potential to add even more reward to an already profitable investment portfolio, all while potentially lowering risk. Such a portfolio is only possible on an award-winning platform such as PrimeXBT due to the large variety of trading instruments available […]
Let’s face it, saving for higher education can feel overwhelming at times. Many parents have concerns about the rising cost of college and the impact of student loan debt. Others may wonder about the best financial tools to help achieve their college savings goals. To help address these questions, the College Savings Plan Network established […]
Saving up for your first house can be arduous and confusing, even to the most financial-savvy home buyer. Conventional wisdom tells us that you’ll need at least 20% of the purchase price for a down payment, and after adding closing costs, taxes, fees, and any necessary repairs, the bar to ownership can often seem too […]
A health savings account, or HSA, can be an invaluable tool to help you save for unexpected medical expenses and lower your taxable income. Many employers offer HSA options, but it can be challenging to know what’s right for your financial goals and what you can qualify for. Today, we’ll cover all of the basics […]
Entering the world of personal finance can be overwhelming, and a basic understanding of terms is critical to your financial well-being. Credit or debit, the most fundamental terms relating to spending, can often be confusing if you don’t know their differences. Whether you’re just starting to think about your money in the long-term or simply […]
Listening to financial professionals can often feel like hearing a foreign language. The terms used and their perceived complexity keep many interested people standing on the sidelines – but these terms are usually a lot more straightforward than you think. Below, we’ve compiled a list of financial terms everyone should know. You’ll probably be vaguely […]
Saving money often isn’t easy, especially when you have a family. Here are a few tips that will help you save money on family expenses throughout the year.
We live in a commodified world. From wheat, iron ore, precious metals, oil, natural gas, you name them. These are all commodities. These are nature’s extracts. Essential commodities are the foundation that glues every joint, enabling the global economy to tick. Commodities command billions if not trillions of dollars. They prime every facet of the […]
Refinancing student loans has been a consideration of many individuals who would like the best deal possible in paying them back after graduation. There are both advantages and disadvantages to this process, which will depend greatly based on your individual circumstances. Your long-term plans, current financial standing, and other monthly expenses will influence whether doing […]
MADISON, Wis. –The Wisconsin Strong Financial Fitness Challenge is underway for all Wisconsin Retirement System members and their families. The challenge offers participants free access to financial wellness education, resources, and tools to build financial security. Take the challenge now! Go to https://financialfitnessgroup.com/wi-strong/. Start with a five-minute Financial Fitness Checkup, and then take advantage of […]
Everyone likes to save money, but not everybody knows how or where to start, or what to do with the funds once you have saved them. Luckily, money is not the taboo topic of conversation it once was and some of the most dollar savvy people are opening themselves and their financial wisdom up for […]
Some Racine homeowners, property investors, and people looking to buy a home may be able to take advantage of a forgivable loan program. The City of Racine Common Council has approved three new programs in the Tax Incremental District (TID) No. 22 for current and new homeowners. The programs help remediate building and health code […]
Having bad credit definitely isn’t a good thing, however, it doesn’t make you completely ineligible for an online personal loan. It is likely that will be far harder for you to be approved for a loan as opposed to someone with a better credit history. You will also be more likely to pay a higher […]