Your kids and grandkids can develop both good and bad spending habits at an early age.
Teaching the younger generation some basic money lessons early can help them get a better handle on their finances later in life, and also keep them out of debt. [continue reading…]
Crowd-funding and online fundraising campaigns are becoming popular and convenient ways for nonprofit organizations and individuals to request and manage donations.
Unfortunately, fundraising scams are also on the rise, and people who donate gifts or cash may not even be donating it to the organization or person intended. [continue reading…]
If you’re having trouble keeping up with your mortgage payments and think you might be headed for foreclosure, there are still some things you can do to ameliorate the situation.
Millions of U.S. homeowners have had their properties repossessed in recent years, so if you’re on the verge of losing your home or have received a foreclosure notice, you’re certainly not alone.
Some people go into foreclosure after a long bout of unemployment, or perhaps a loss of a second income. Others fall into foreclosure during or after a divorce or medical illness.
Whatever personal problems or financial issues you may be facing, here are five things you can and should do if you are on the verge of foreclosure: [continue reading…]
Divorce, bankruptcy, foreclosure, medical bills; these are all things that can wreck your finances and leave you feeling insecure about your financial future.
Even if you are one of the lucky few who have not experienced a financial setback, I’ll dare to say that it is not a matter of if, but when, you will hit a rough financial patch that wrecks your budget.
Have you taken a financial hit recently?
With faith, confidence and a plan you can make a financial comeback. Read this article where I share my tips on how to bounce back from a financial setback.