Lifestyle

The Benefits of Spending Your Money on Experiences, Not Things

August 11, 2016
The Benefits of Spending Your Money on Experiences, Not Things

Money can buy happiness, but only to a point. Once you purchase your must-have item, you adapt to it and the positive feelings fade. Instead of purchasing a physical item, an experience gives you a more sustained state of happiness. Spend your money on things like recreational activities, travel, exploration of nature and cultural enrichment. […]

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Should You Pay Your Child for Getting Good Grades?

August 1, 2016
SHOULD YOU PAY YOUR KIDS FOR GOOD GRADES

Life is all about incentives. We work hard in order to get a paycheck to live our lives. We stay fit in order to maintain our health and live longer. We recreate in order to enjoy ourselves and have something to look forward to. So many people feel that offering a monetary reward to their […]

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Home Investments That Pay for Themselves

July 5, 2016
Home Investments That Pay for Themselves

It’s amazing what value you can add to your home with a little paint and a small landscaping project. These home projects and additions practically pay for themselves. Read on to learn how you can boost your curb appeal and keep money in your pocket. Outside Oasis With a high return on investment, a new […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Home Warranty & Homeowners Insurance?

April 24, 2016
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A lot of steps go into buying a home, whether you’re a first-time buyer or an experienced owner. From getting your credit score up to par and shopping around for the best mortgage to getting through the inspection process and obtaining homeowners insurance, the list goes on — not to mention, actually finding the perfect […]

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How to Compare Renters Insurance Quotes in the 21st Century

April 11, 2016
How to Compare Renters Insurance Quotes in the 21st Century

Renters insurance is an invaluable security blanket to have when it comes to protecting your assets. Most people think that the only assets that they should be protecting are their savings and stock investments, but what they fail to realize is that their physical possessions property at home are just as valuable, if not more […]

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Stage a Smart Home on a Budget

February 9, 2016
Stage a Smart Home on a Budget

According to a survey by Coldwell Banker and CNET Smart Home, 81 percent of those surveyed said they were more likely to buy a smart home if the smart technology was already installed. Meanwhile, another 72 percent said smart home products provide them with peace of mind when it comes to home security. Smart home […]

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Understanding Your Car Insurance Bill

January 12, 2016
Understanding Your Car Insurance Bill

Anyone who has ever had to pay a car insurance bill before (which should be every single driver out there) can fully understand just how much car insurance can cost. However, if you’ve always been less than pleased with what you’re paying for car insurance, have you ever stopped to actually inspect the bill? All […]

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