Tips for Paying Off Your Medical Bills

When things go wrong and you need to get medical assistance or treatment, it can be quite expensive. Many people around the world avoid going to the doctor or the hospital because they know that they cannot afford the treatment, but sometimes, this is something that needs to happen. When the treatment is done and […]

Coronavirus Credit Card Relief Programs

If you are carrying a balance on credit cards and have suffered a job loss or income reduction due to the Coronavirus pandemic, then you may qualify for some relief.  Multiple credit card issuers have launched programs to assist customers who may have trouble meeting their payment obligations during these unprecedented times.  I’ve compiled a […]

How to Save Money During the COVID-19 Crisis

COVID-19 poses a major risk to the health of thousands of Americans, so it’s understandable that a lot of people want to focus on that aspect of the crisis. There are excellent COVID-19 health tips that you can utilize during the pandemic so you and your loved ones stay safe. While the health effects may […]

6 Tips To Better Manage Your Finances During These Wild Times

As the global pandemic outbreak continues to produce economic instability and uncertainty across the world, many people are worried about their financial well being. Of course, it’s perfectly natural to have some level of concern over your finances given the current state of things. However, there are always steps you can take in order to […]

Personal Financial Update, March 2020

March is here and with it some Spring-like weather today. As I sit and write this, the temperature touched close to 70 degrees where I live. There will no doubt be some more cold weather ahead before it is all said and done, but it is a nice relief today. It also serves as a […]

How to Start Understanding and Budgeting for Your Healthcare Costs

As with most financial subjects, getting prepared is key when it comes to handling the health costs that beset you and the rest of your family. Sure, you may think you’re prepared for the majority of medical issues that may arise, but that is hardly ever the case. With unexpected emergencies and changes in insurance […]

Personal Reflections FEB 2020

There hasn’t been much of a change in my debt since my last update.  So, as February draws to a close I thought I would take a break from the normal debt and asset updates and post up a few random thoughts and let you know what I’ve been up to this month. Don’t Panic […]

Personal Financial Update, Feb 2020

February is here and so are thoughts of winter coming to an end.  Here in the Northeast we’re looking at another month and change of winter, then the weather will finally start to break.  As mentioned in my last update I’ve been making a Spring project list of work that needs done around my house.  […]

How to NOT Protect Your Net Worth

You are hopefully living life within your means, paying off or avoiding consumer debt, and building net worth. If you are, then congratulations. You already have a winning strategy in place, and you probably already know what you need to do in order to grow and protect your nest egg. But what if you suddenly […]

Personal Financial Update Part 2, JAN 2020

January 2020 is already coming to an end.  I can’t complain too much, as this winter has been mild for the most part.  I haven’t had to plow my driveway yet or shovel much snow.  Heating costs are also keeping low this winter.  So, how are my finances fairing as we head towards February?  Here […]