Posts tagged Finances
Ways To Fund Your Family Summer Vacation Without Using Credit Cards

Summer vacation is one of the greatest times of the year for a couple, families or friends to enjoy each other’s company away from the stress of everyday life. But your ideal vacation can be expensive, and for many people, that means racking up more credit card debt. But can you fund an amazing summer vacation without tapping into your credit at all? You can, and here’s how.

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Dad Budget Woes No More: Conquering Family Finances With Simple Tips

Around 50% of people are completely unprepared for sudden financial emergencies.  This is a result of a study conducted by MarketWatch. This is particularly concerning when you are a family man that aims to do right. A certified way of preparing for financial emergencies is to have a good handle on the influx and exit of money. You can do that best if you know how to build and sustain a budget.

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How To Keep Your Mental Health During The Holidays

Something as simple as buying the perfect Christmas present can create untold anxiety caused by the stress both of choosing the right gift and being able to afford it on an already stretched shopping budget So today we are going to explore how you can avoid the overwhelm and stay stress free during the holidays.

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High Score - 5 Simple Ways Tto Boost Your Credit Rating

Having a positive credit history has always been a crucial part of life that can profoundly impact various aspects of our lives, such as landing a job, securing a house, or obtaining a personal loan. On the other hand, a bad credit standing can be a significant impediment when you need to access capital. There are numerous simple ways to improve your credit rating - let’s look at five of them:

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What Dad Can Do: How To Take The Lead On Running A Home

No matter who you are or what your family background may be, you’re totally free to decide how you’re going to do things. If you want to be a stay at home Dad, great. If you want to stick to a more traditional role, great. But one thing’s for sure, if you’re both working, then you’re both going to want to share the household responsibilities. So if you want to make sure that you’re doing your part to keep things running, here’s what to do.

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5 Things To Know When Saving For Your Child’s College Education

It’s one of the most incredible feelings for any parent. Having your child, the person you raised from birth into adulthood, walk across a stage and take their high school diploma. But all too often mixed in with overwhelming feelings of joy and pride are traces of anxiety and apprehension about what comes next.

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Fatherhood and Mortgage: Tips For Dads Struggling With A Mortgage

When it comes to achieving dreams, perhaps having a house to call your own goes at the top of the list. Who doesn't want a house to call their own? The dream is to save enough to buy a good house somewhere where your family can stay and have a lifetime of happiness, without too many things to worry about

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3 Times When You May Need To Borrow Money

There are times in life, when you will need to borrow money for one reason or another. It is worth being prepared for these moments so that they don’t take you by surprise. With that in mind, here are three times when you may need to borrow money.

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Funding Your Childrens' Studies

If you place value in the education of your children but know you will also struggle to make ends meet in order to fund your kids’ future careers, there are a number of measures you could put in place now to make sure they get to make the most of what the start of their adult life has to offer.

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Choose the Right Property Investment Options to Leave a Legacy to Your Kids

As a father who happens to partake in the most glorious role of all during the modern ages, it’s important to not get too wrapped up in the blurring gender roles. This means that fathers can still fulfill roles they previously maintained, such as that of the provider. One of the best ways to do this is by leaving a legacy for their children. Here is how the right investments in property can help dads set up a firm foundation for their children.

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A Basic Guide To Health Insurance For Your Child

The cost of raising a child is going up every year. The latest figures show that parents are likely to be paying out nearly $240,000 in total. The price of diapers, food, clothes, and toys soon adds up but there are ways of cutting those costs a little bit. Unfortunately, there are some costs that just can’t be avoided. Health insurance is the big one. Obviously, you’ll need insurance that’s going to cover the pregnancy and the birth itself, but once your new baby is born you’ll have to sort them out their own health insurance plan.

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Fathers & Finance: 5 Essential Places To Put Your Money

When it comes to money, we all tend to worry about it from time to time. Whether it’s making ends meet when times get tough, or ensuring that you can make the right decisions with what you’ve got, money always causes us a world of worry. But it’s time that we were able to change our attitudes towards it. Because if you really want your money to be able to work for you, you need to be able to plan well and put your money where you need it the most. Now, the choices you make will be based on your personal circumstances, but to give you some food for thought, here are five essential areas that you could consider

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Expect The Unexpected Or Your Wallet's Going To Feel The Brunt Of The Damage

Things might be plain sailing at the moment. However, it’s never a good idea to assume that will always be the case. Especially if you have a family that relies on you. There might be sudden huge costs in home repairs, or you might get injured and find yourself contending with medical bills...

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Best Ways To Ensure Your Family Finances Are In Check

Managing household finances may feel like a never-ending, thankless task at times, but it’s something that must be done. Left unattended, your money concerns will only grow in scale, one day coming back to bite you when you’re least able to deal with them.

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