Trying to find a new house when your current house is underwater presents a big challenge. Here are some options of what you can do when you end up in that situation.
Archives for March 2012
A Retirement Investing Strategy Is All About Income
Your retirement investing strategy is all about income, and you’ll want your investments to be able to generate income at some point.
The question is, how do you create that income?
10 Reasons Why I Love The Roth IRA (And Why You Should Too)
The Roth IRA is a great place to start investing if you’re a newer investor. Here are 10 reasons why I love the Roth IRA, and why you should too.
5 Things You Should Not Do If You Have Debt
If you have a significant amount of debt, there is no easy way around the fact that you must change your behavior to eradicate the problem.
2012 Traditional And Roth IRA Contribution Limits And Phase Outs
Considering contributing to an IRA or Roth IRA this coming year? Here are the contribution and phaseout limits for the 2012 tax year.
Putting Together A Bug Out Bag For The Zombie Apocalypse.. Or Just Any Old Emergency Situation
If a natural disaster hit would you be able to hold out for a few days while help was on the way? Here’s what to pack in a bug-out bag to keep you going during an emergency.
Lending Club Returns Continue Upward Trajectory At 11.61%. Browse Notes Download File Improved
My returns in Lending Club have continued to improve over the last few months with net annualized return now at 11.61%. Lending Club is also changing their browse notes download.
Smart Steps For Spring Cleaning Your Finances
Many of us clean our homes when spring comes around, so why not also set aside a day to do spring cleaning on our finances?
Using A Roth IRA For Higher Education Expenses
Can you use your Roth IRA to pay for higher education expenses? Under IRS rules you can, but there are some criteria you need to follow.
8 Ways To Buy Organic Produce And Meat On A Budget
If you are concerned about the quality of the food you buy, you may want to consider buying organic. But can you find good produce and meats on a frugal budget?
Can You Open A Roth IRA For Your Child?
Can you open a Roth IRA for your child? The answer is yes – sort of. In certain situations you may be able to open and fund a Roth IRA, under certain conditions.
How To Determine Your Risk Tolerance
When putting together a portfolio, the very first question you have to ask is what type of asset allocation you want to use?
What Comprises Your Credit Score?
We all know that credit scores are important for a variety of reasons, but do you know what factors matter into your credit score?
5 Investing Mistakes That Could Destroy Your Portfolio
Whenever you invest, you are taking on risk. There are things you can do to improve the chances of seeing more gains than losses, and mistakes to avoid.