Will Home Prices Dip Further?

Many housing experts are predicting a dip in home prices and sales following the tax credit rush base on them . Even though the tax credit easily calculated by the Turbo calculator has now been extended there were still many people who bought in...

Bringing Back The Past With Lay-away Plans

Back in the day, shoppers used to use special plans at the stores in order to purchase things like back-to-school items and Christmas presents. It was called a ?lay-a-way? system or a ?Christmas Club? program. The merchandise would remain at the store...

Short and Long Term Financial Targets Identified

Everyone enjoys their first pay check and many enjoy their last, the time for a comfortable retirement after many years of working each week to support the family and pay the bills. What happens in between varies from person to person. Those who have...

Car Shopping On Black Friday

The purported biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday, must not be just for playing Santa?s helper (unless Santa is bringing a car in that sleigh!) but also a great day to get a good deal on a car. Rumor has it that there...

Most Effective Budget Tips for New Entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurship is all about managing a business. And a business runs on a fixed budget. Managing the finances is one of the major tasks in running a business and to be successful every new entrepreneur must know a few business essentials listed below. Separate...

Slashing Prices In June 2010

Check out this Huffington Post article which highlights 10 places where real estate prices were at least 30% of the inventory on the market slashed their prices. If you?re looking for a Real Estate bargain, it?s definitely a buyer?s market in most places across the...

One Page Mortgage Disclosure

If you have ever purchased a home with a mortgage, you will remember the stacks upon stacks of papers you needed to sign, bothe during the loan application and the closing, all the while supposedly knowing everything each paper said, even while there was...

Pay Your Credit Cards Or Pay Your Mortgage?

In the past when difficult financial times hit the priorities were simple. You pay your mortgage first and then you pay whatever else you have the money for. However, recently that scenario has changed. More and more people are paying their credit cards first and...