Improving Your Financial Situation

Do you need help getting your finances in order? Learn tips and ideas for money management and working with a financial advisor.

Starting Up Your Own Dental Clinic: 3 Ways To Expedite Dental Practice Debt Consolidation Loan Approval

29 June 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

After finally making it through the grueling years of dental school, you've finally graduated and are ready to start up your own practice to fulfill your dreams of making this world a better place one smile at a time. Unfortunately, you'll find that the average cost of starting a dental practice is about $500,000. This merely includes the cost for all of the dental equipment, supplies and structural uplift. You still have to pay your staff. Read More …

5 Things To Ask For After Getting A Payday Advance

20 May 2016
 Categories: Finance & Money, Articles

If you are living from one paycheck to the next and have an emergency expense to take care of, you can apply for a payday advance. However, since there are fees involved and you already have limited finances, you'll need to make a few changes with your finances . Here are a few things to ask that can help you repay the advance on time. Ask for Debt Consolidation Apply for a consolidation loan. Read More …

3 Tips For Transforming Your Finances By Creating A Budget That Works

3 October 2014
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Getting to a point in your life where you have financial freedom takes time and work, and the number one thing it requires is a good budget. Developing a budget that works is not easy, but it is the single most important thing you can do for your financial future. As you begin setting up a budget, keep these important tips in mind to help you succeed with your finances. Read More …

When To Consider Taking A Lump Sum Payment For Your Annuity

27 August 2014
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In most situations, the penalties associated with cashing out your annuity make it a bad idea to try and get out early. However, even with retirement annuities that often carry a 10% penalty, early withdraw options can sometimes offer you a financial benefit. Understanding when this is the case involves placing a correct value on the options that a lump sum payment represents. While there is no rule of thumb for making this decision, there are a number of situations where a lump sum payment is likely a smart decision. Read More …