The “In The Event Of An Emergency” series is devoted to the topic of planning ahead for life’s little (and big) emergencies that we all know will come our way. The series covered topics ranging from making sure you have insurance coverage and an emergency fund, to making sure your family is provided for in case the worst case scenario happens.
This week is “In The Event Of An Emergency” week. We’re looking at things you can do to plan ahead for life’s emergencies, both big and small. The first post in the series looked at why you should have a safe deposit box or fire safe, and what you should be putting in it. The […]
Last Week – Buyer Beware Last week was our 6th week in Dave Ramsey’s “Financial Peace University“. Week 6 talked about being an informed consumer, and not falling prey to the tactics retailers use to get you to buy. Some important points: Learn the marketing method companies use to market products and services to you. […]
A question that I’ve struggled with over the past few years is whether the money my wife and I pay every month for health insurance premiums are really worth it. We’re paying thousands of dollars every year for coverage, and we could never really see much benefit. We’re young and healthy and we don’t have […]
Using My Parents Insurance Agent This past January I learned a costly lesson when it comes to insurance rates, and the dangers of not continually checking your rates to make sure you’re getting the best possible deal. I had been with the same insurance company for the past 10-15 years. It was my dad’s insurance […]
When you purchase your first home, one thing that’s can be important to do is to take stock of all of your possessions and make sure you know everything that you own. Not only is it important to know what you have in the house in case something gets stolen, but it can be extremely […]