Category: Finance

This Is How Much Flood Insurance Costs

Ninety-nine percent of counties in the United States have experienced flooding within the last twenty years. Almost no corner of the nation has been left untouched by the hazards and hefty costs flooding leaves in […]

How to Create Self-Employment Pay Stubs

If you’ve ever wondered how you can prove your income when self-employed, look no further. Many independent contractors and the self-employed struggle to figure out how they can prove their income whenever they want something […]

Fast Online Payday Loans – Quick And Easy To Obtain

The usual procedure involves submitting some basic information! Fast online borrowing is convenient and quite easy to obtain. The usual procedure involves submitting some basic information, which includes personal details, work history, banking details and […]

Retirement Saving Strategies

When you’re in the thick of a stressful workday, almost nothing can seem more relaxing than your retirement. However, it takes a lot of planning to help you get there. When looking to save for […]

How to Win a Credit Card Lawsuit

If you’re anything like the average American, you carry about $16,000 in credit card debt. For starters, credit cards aren’t a bad thing. In fact, they’re a useful financial tool. They will help you build […]

Fund Your Dream Business in 2020: The Best Types of SBA Loans for Startups

Did you know that there are almost 30 million small businesses in the United States? If you are about to start your own business or looking at how to apply for a small business loan, […]

Chief Economist Outlook: Trump’s Proposed Budget, the Deficit, and Mortgage Rates

The following article was originally published on figure.com on May 15, 2019 President Trump presented his 2020 budget to Congress in March. The budget is more a symbolic declaration of priorities for the administration as […]

How to Make Your Employees Themselves Determine Their Salary and How This Will Benefit You

The practice of calculating salaries for employees has always been a quite controversial topic. Piecework or fixed, open or closed but sometimes it seems that the best option does not exist as there are always […]

How to Pay for a Loved One’s Memory Care and Manage Their Finances

by Lissa Miller Emotionally and financially, it can be a lot to take in when a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer’s or other memory issues. Shawn Plummer, director of advance annuity sales at The […]

5 Basic Budgeting Tips that Could Save You Thousands Annually

Budgeting is key to gaining financial freedom later in life. If you’re saving towards your down payment, perhaps with plans to buy one of the many Washington DC homes for sale, looking to add more […]