Should Teens Carry a Credit Card?

Teens Credit Cards

It can be daunting for any parent to give new responsibilities to their children, whether it is giving them their own car, full access to the internet or cable, or trusting them while they are out with friends. Similarly, giving your teen the responsibility of a credit card is a task that requires careful consideration. The big question here is if teenagers be allowed to carry a credit card? Continue Reading…

10 Tips for Saving Gasoline

Saving Gasoline

When you own a car, paying for gasoline can be one of the biggest expenses. Gas prices are always fluctuating; therefore, it makes more sense to squeeze out as many miles as possible from every gallon in your vehicle’s tank. When it comes to saving fuel, you have full control. The way you drive and maintain your vehicle can influence its fuel consumption. You can use the following tips to minimize your car’s fuel consumption. Continue Reading…

What to Do and Not Do with an Inheritance

inheritance

Receiving an inheritance can be a great financial opportunity, as well as a challenge. It can also be very emotional since it means that you have lost someone close to you. If you are an heir to someone’s will, that means that you are going to get an undetermined amount of money soon. If you aren’t careful, you run the risk of losing your money just as quickly as you receive it. The big question is what you can do with the money, and how to handle the situation correctly. Continue Reading…

Is Your Savings Ready if Disaster Strikes?

Savings

You may have prepared yourself for a disaster by storing water, flashlights, and your emergency supplies bag, but are you ready financially if a natural disaster strikes? If there comes a need to evacuate, you may need to file an insurance claim or apply for a disaster loan. Organizing your important financial papers ahead of time can be very beneficial to you and save you from a lot of stress. Continue Reading…