The BIG list of financial help and support: Nearly 1,000 links to programs, resources, relief, deals, discounts & freebies
Right now, the U.S. is facing unprecedented financial hardship as the Covid-19 pandemic has essentially driven our economy to a standstill, with millions of businesses shuttered and tens of millions of consumers unemployed or facing income reductions.
While it’s hard to say ... Continue Reading →
Banking in booming Sacramento:
If you live in Sacramento, the booming capital city of California, you certainly have a lot of options when it comes to banking. In fact, it seems like there’s a big national bank like Wells Fargo, Chase, Bank of America, and many more sitting on nearly every block.
However, smart and money-wise Sacramentans often walk right ... Continue Reading →
Turn on the TV news, read the headlines or social media, or even pick up your daily newspaper and you’ll probably encounter a lot of talk about the economy. In fact, I wouldn’t be surprised if you read about financial statistics like our U.S national debt, unemployment rates, and even homeownership rates. ... Continue Reading →
We regularly hear about financial statistics like national debt, unemployment rates, and even homeownership levels in the U.S. Whether it’s on the TV news, in the newspaper, or via news reports online, it seems like we can’t escape data about our economy – and the individual consumers in it. However, there is ... Continue Reading →
Conventional wisdom states that the winter is the worst time to buy or sell a house. After all, no one wants to go out looking for homes or move when it’s cold, dark, and rainy, fewer homes are for sale, and people don’t want to unsettle their family during the holidays, right?
Not at all. In fact, the winter months are some ... Continue Reading →
Are you an Amazon Prime member? If you shop on Amazon.com, the world’s biggest retail site, the chances are that you’ve already signed up to take advantage of their exclusive membership subscription.
In fact, Amazon Prime has grown so quickly that it’s revolutionizing the online retail industries. Rendering traditional buying and selling models obsolete, ‘Prime has sent shock waves around the world ... Continue Reading →
Recently, we’ve seen images on television and across the internet that seemed unimaginable, as the city of Houston was underwater after Hurrican Harvey struck. Of course, our thoughts and donations go out to the victims of Harvey, as we wish them a speedy and safe recovery, but our minds also turn to the inevitable question: could something ... Continue Reading →