Top 6 Ways To Reduce Car Insurance Payment

1. Getting Multiple Quotes Getting quotes from multiple insurance companies seems like an obvious starting point. But, most of us just stick with the same carrier because we think of it as a bill that we are forced to pay and we just pay it each month. You might be surprised, however, by how much

Tips For Organizing Your Home This Summer

Start this summer on the right foot by decluttering problem areas in your home. These areas tend to accumulate things all year long. Removing the clutter means a nice, clean look. Getting Started Before you begin, get several boxes for sorting things. You’ll want one labeled trash, one for donations, and one for recycling. Have

8 Easy Ways To Live a Better Life

Every day most of us go to bed thinking of the things we should have done better and how it will be different tomorrow. The reality is most us won’t make major changes by tomorrow. Sounds depressing – but sometimes the truth stings. Instead of thinking of ways to change the entire way operate, focus

10 Ways to Save At Home

Cut Back On The Cable Bill It seems like cable has become a necessity of life, but is it really that important? If you tell your kids you are cutting off the cable you will probably witness a complete meltdown. So if you if want to cut out the cost of cable but still have

Avoid Major AC Issues at Home this Summer

Summer is always the busiest busy season for HVAC service technicians, and you may end up waiting weeks or months to schedule your appointment. Even emergency air conditioning services are usually overbooked within the summer. So before you run your home cooling system on full blast 24/7, attempt the following pointers to scale back the

5 Easy Ways to Save on Healthcare Cost

Sign up for a Health Savings Account (HSA) The popularity of HSAs is growing, and they’re likely to stick around for the long term. “HSAs are triple-tax-free,” says Chatzky. “The money goes in pretax and grows tax-free, and if you use it to pay for medical expenses, withdrawals are tax-free.” The bottom line: Having an

U.S. Households Owes More than $16,000 in Credit Card Debt

getting help with my bills

The average U.S. household owes $16,061 in credit card debt, up from 10% from $14,546 in 2006, according to an analysis released by personal finance company NerdWallet. That figure is still down from the recent high of $16,912 at the height of the recession in 2008. Credit card debt levels aren’t expected to hit pre-recession