Posts Tagged“money”

The Obamacare open enrollment window is fast approaching. Unfortunately, that’s not necessarily good news for budget-conscious healthcare consumers looking to change health plans or acquire coverage for the first time. Depending on your state of residence, health status, income, and other factors, premiums for Obamacare “metal” level plans in your area could be higher than ever this year. These five Obamacare alternatives and supplements may offer lower-cost coverage than “metal” plans. Consult with a health insurance expert to determine the best fit or combination for your needs. Short Term Health Insurance Plans Short term health insurance plans are ideal for…

Given how important your finances are to you, are you doing all you can to safeguard them from criminals? Some consumers fail to see how serious identity theft and other financial crimes are. Unfortunately, they do not realize the ramifications until it is too late. That said how will you protect your financial world? Be Cognizant of Threats So that you can do all possible to safeguard your finances, keep in mind these tips: Put protection in place – One of the most important steps you can take is to put protection in place. An example of this would be…

For many years I had some issues with debts, I shan’t go into the details but it is fair to say that I never correctly managed my debt, and a series of events lead me to be unable to pay my way out. After a chance meeting with an old-school friend Greg Volitich, I opened up to him about my issues, and he helped me to put a plan together to get out of debt, which I succeeded in doing 2 years later. I wanted to share with you how you can get out of debt, if you have found…

After recently attending an event, I was fortunate enough to chat to some great financial minds and people who offered some great insight into the world of finance. I was also fortunate enough to speak to Patrick Dwyer Merrill Lynch Miami-based financial advisor, and we got to talking about the financial scene in Miami, which sees huge amounts of investments both residential and commercial. Finally I asked Mr Dwyer what it was that makes a great financial advisor, whether working with powerful companies in Miami or elsewhere. If you have ever considered this as a career choice, here are the…

Debt is more than a collection of balances written on paper; it’s a concept with deep-seated implications in the lives of those it affects. Debt can make people feel lonely, like they have a secret they have to hide from their loved ones. It can cause anxiety as consumers fret over how they’re going to pay their bills and get out of the red. Above all, debt can cause shame—and this is a major reason people live in denial or decline to reach out for help. If you feel alone in your debt, consider that the average balance-carrying American household…