Challenge a Will: Save Your Inherited Asset

by Justin Weinger on February 24, 2016

ShareTweet Inheritance is a big part and also an identifier of what’s your standing in the family. As long as you are a legal descendant of the testator, or writer of the will, bound by blood or by law, you can claim what is rightfully yours. Due to the fraudulent act or influence of some […]

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ShareTweet While paying for a wedding will certainly set you back, just purchasing a wedding gift is also getting a bit more pricey these days. A recent survey by American Express found that, in 2013, the average guest spent $539 just to go to a wedding, $200 more than they paid in 2012. If you’re […]

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Tips for Sticking To your Budget

by Justin Weinger on April 30, 2014

ShareTweet If there’s one thing we talk about a lot here on our blog it’s how to create, and then stick to, a budget. The fact is, many consumers find it difficult to do both but it’s one of the best ways to set yourself up for financial success. With that in mind, below are […]

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50 Tips to Improve Your Financial Health in 2014 – Part Six

by Justin Weinger on February 25, 2014

ShareTweet Welcome back for the final part of  our 5 Part blog series, our unplanned Part 6. (Oopsie.) We’ve already given you 45 excellent Tips to help you Improve your Financial Health this year and with this final Blog we’ve got 5 more that we just couldn’t leave out (especially since we promised you 50 […]

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