Archive for August, 2011
Posted on 29. Aug, 2011 by Emily.
Cost of Raising a Child To 18 The cost of raising a child from the time they’re born until they’re 18 can surprise many people. Recent estimates put the cost of raising a kid in America at about $200,000. Some estimates are a bit higher while other sources put them as slightly lower– regardless, plan [...]
Posted on 26. Aug, 2011 by Forest.
Do You Need a Personal Financial Adviser? The need for a personal financial advisor is a personal choice that you need to weigh up. Depending on the kind of person you are and the kind of finances you have it can be helpful or a pain in the backside. I am no expert (hopefully some [...]
Posted on 25. Aug, 2011 by Forest.
Budgeting According to Your Salary To have a comfortable financial life, you need to have a good budget – otherwise you will find yourself spending far more than you can possibly afford. This will lead you into tricky situations and generally make your life less than fun. But budgeting is not the same for everyone, [...]
Posted on 24. Aug, 2011 by Emily.
Marriage-Killing Money Issues Everyone has to deal with money issues in their lives, but the worst are the marriage-killing kind. We might all have to deal with personal debt, identity theft or low funds in the bank account but those are our own personal problems. Once you begin sharing your life with another person you [...]
Posted on 23. Aug, 2011 by Emily.
Vacation to Afghanistan Canadian tour operator Bestway Tours & Safaris has begun offering vacation opportunities for interested parties to travel to Afghanistan. Starting this Fall, tourists can visit the war-torn country by the expert guidance of “chief explorers” like Mahmood Poonja, who claims that previous to the Russian invasion in 1979, Afghanistan was a popular [...]
Posted on 19. Aug, 2011 by Emily.
Cheapest Places to Live in the World Do you want to live in one of the cheapest places in the world? Does the idea of living like a king for a pittance interest you? You’re not alone. Whether you’re interested in living abroad for a short period or even retiring, there are paradise-like countries to [...]
Posted on 17. Aug, 2011 by Emily.
How to Retire at 55 Being able to retire at 55 is not necessarily easily, especially considering how the economy looks these days. But if you start saving money early and plan carefully– it can be done. Granted, retirement at 55 is something only a small percentage of the population gets to enjoy. Statistics show [...]
Posted on 11. Aug, 2011 by Forest.
The following is a guest post on behalf of Cheap Car Insurance An automobile can be one of the most expensive liabilities for an individual or a family, but it can also be one of the most lucrative as well in other respects. Cars can serve as tax and business shields, among other things. However, [...]
Posted on 03. Aug, 2011 by Forest.
Most households are currently feeling the pinch and the pressure is on to stay out of the red. One way to ease the financial burden many of us find ourselves under is to reduce the amount being spent on energy bills. It’s not as difficult as it appears and, what’s more, could also result in [...]