Four Legal Tools to Help Your Business Grow and Thrive

Running a small business can be a rewarding experience in many ways. It takes a lot of hard work and planning, but the payoffs are extremely satisfying. In order to get the most possible benefits out of your business, you need to make smart use of all the legal tools available to you. There are […]

The Facts about the Obamacare Tax Credits

It’s been said, a fool and his money are soon parted.  The rest of us wait for April 15th.  But that might be about to change.  There is real gold tucked inside the health care laws complex tax credits if you’re willing to dig a little. If your family makes less than $94,000 per year, […]

Home Insurance: The Top 5 Strangest Questions Ever Asked

The questions that people ask on the internet can be staggering. From a man asking the readers of Yahoo Answers where they should hide a body, to a girl asking for advice because her new boyfriend isn’t texting her back. To reassure you, the first one was apparently ‘research’ for a forensic science study. In […]

How to Get a Small-Business Loan — Even With Bad Credit

Getting a small-business loan when you have less-than-perfect credit can seem like a Sisyphean task, especially in today’s economic climate where banks are unwilling to loan to any company without an excellent credit score. But your company’s poor credit doesn’t have to keep you from getting the small-business funding you need to survive, thrive and […]

Yes, Confidentiality Applies to eCommerce Stores

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. It can be challenging to keep up with all of the laws as they change. As the last months of the business quarter count down to the end of the year, many of the laws and books are […]

Investing Tips: Capitalize on Profitable Spinoff Stocks

One of the most underrated and profitable segment of the stock market is a spinoff. A spinoff transaction occurs when a publicly-traded company turns one of its subsidiary businesses into a new, completely separate corporation that becomes publically traded with its own distinct shares. Shares in that new outfit are distributed to the shareholders of […]

Pay Extra Or Refinance? That is the Question

We’re honored to have Loan Officer and Co-Owner of First Commerce Financial at All Things Finance. Click here if you’d like to know more about Guest Posting. “I am just going to pay extra to my current mortgage.” Wow – If I had a nickel for every time I have heard that in the last […]

College Students and Credit

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. College is the first big step away from home for many young men and women. With this new independence often comes the first credit card. Whether it’s intended “just for emergencies” or whether a student runs their entire […]

Save Money by Doing Your Summer Shopping Online

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. Many people enjoy the summer months because it is the last season of the year that allows them to wear light, comfortable clothing before they have to start covering up during the fall and winter. Even though […]

Advanced Directives for End-of-Life Care

This is a guest post. If interested in submitting a guest post please read our guest posting policy. It is not an easy topic for many people to think about, but every adult should consider what kinds of decisions they want to make about end-of-life care. Unexpected accidents or illnesses can happen at any time, […]