A Guest Post By Betsy Fallwell My husband’s best friend Josh is a recently divorced father of one. He’s also a professional, just finishing up medical school last summer. He’s got excellent credit, the “right” kind of debt, and a stable income thanks to the salary from his first year of residency. He’s one of […]
Archives for January 2013
How Many Homeowner’s Are Underwater on Their Mortgage at the End of 2012?
A whopping 10.7 million homeowner’s were underwater on their mortgage at the end of 3rd quarter in 2012. Underwater refers to a homeowner that owes more on their mortgage than their home is worth. In percentage terms, 22 percent of all homeowners are upside-down on their equity. Source: Corelogic
Six Ways to Reduce Your Insurance Premium
Cover for emergencies as diverse as car accidents, injuries or flood damage is something no-one can do without. However, the cost of insurance premiums is a problem many people have when trying to get the best possible policy for their money. Life insurance in particular can cost a lot, but reducing your premium is possible. […]
Ways to Hoard Your Gold
If this were a perfect world, every gold investor would have a cave guarded by goblins and a dragon. While these arrangements might be preferable for hoarding your physical gold investments, they are hardly realistic. Before you buy gold or any precious metal as an investment, you need to consider the best storage option available. […]