Category: Business

What You Should Never Do After Your Car Accident

When you are driving running errands or going to work, you can suddenly be caught in a car accident. These are inconvenient, cost money, can cause injuries, and are something that no one wants to have to deal with. While there are procedures to follow once getting into an accident, there are also things that

Investing In A Second Home In Florida

While for some, buying a home is a life changing event and big financial investment, surprisingly there is about one tenth of home owners that belong to the increasingly mobile upward class and look to invest in the real estate market beyond their first home. The attractive rates of interests, as well as, very strong

Finance Broker's Scripts for You to Use

Scripts to use with your finance brokers. When you need to talk to your finance broker or lender about your real estate investing, here is an actual script of mine you may want to look over to familiarize yourself with you will be asked. Thanks for following up with me today !! As discussed given

Organize Your Finances for the New Year

Did your midnight toast include a resolution to improve your financial health? 2018 gives you the chance to make a fresh start and simplify your financial life. We’ve put together some tips to help you keep up with your bills, track your spending and really use your money for things you really want. Here’s what

How Are Finance Charges Calculated?

Whether you are shopping for a new credit card or wondering about the one that you may already have, knowing how to calculate the finance charge applied to that card is important. First, however, it is equally important to know what finance charges really are. A credit card finance charge is the amount of money

A Key to Great Investing: Understanding Risk

Maybe it's the way we're wired, but most people are terrible at assessing risk. We put our money in "safe" investments and get clobbered and avoid "risky" investments that double and triple. Here are a few ways improving risk can hurt: 1) Avoiding the stock market altogether. Conventional wisdom says the stock market is a