Here we are. Tax Day is imminent. And you’re not ready to file. It’s something that happens even to the best of us. I know I’ve been there. Maybe you’re missing an important document. Perhaps you’ve misplaced a receipt. No matter the problem, the reality is that you just are not ready to file taxes. […]

Accepting Level 3 Payments

Many recent college grads aren’t that good with money, and it shows; more often than not they are under-insured, have little to no savings for the future or even an emergency, and carry a heavy load of credit card and student debt. Failing to address financial problems early on can limit your success over the […]

time management

American consumers are carrying an unprecedented amount of debt. Recent statistics lay out the unpleasant facts: as of 2015, households carry an average of nearly $16,000 in credit card balances, $27,000 in car loans, and a whopping $48,000 in student loan debt. It doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, a small but significant […]


Yesterday, we began revealing how a person can include investigating in a percentage-based budget. This is important because your investments should grow as your income grows. This is how to make sure you remember your future while enjoying your present… Earlier we mention using the well-known (for a reason) investment shelters known as the 401(k) […]

time management

When two people get married, they often get caught up in the excitement of it all – being in love, planning the wedding and honeymoon, and everything else that goes with newlywed bliss. What they often don’t think about are less romantic notions, like their finances. A couple’s failure to plan for their financial future […]

business advice for payments

Let’s face it; no one likes to think about insurance or the reasons why we may need it. No one wants to ponder bad things happen to their properties or worse, their family members. But insurance is important. It can give you peace of mind when things are good, and help you recover from the […]


The holidays at long last are upon us. While Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and the like can be times of joy and celebration, they can also bring on the stress. Indeed, for many of us, the holiday season is the most stressful time of the year.   So if the thought of spending too much money on […]

money goes around

Every year, every American that earned money is required to file taxes. Whether you are an individual who only receives income from an employer, a side hustler who earns a little more on the side, or a full-time business owner with a registered business, you can find some interesting insights into your business by reviewing […]

Immediate Payment

It’s the finale in our series about why retirement isn’t as expensive as you may think. Without further ado… our final reason… 10. Time for Do-It-Yourself Projects Put down the checkbook (or digital currency)! During retirement, you’ll be able to lessen your dependence on outsourcing and begin doing the projects you love. Instead of outsourcing, […]


Most people are happy to see that 2016 is finally over. But the smart people are getting ready for everything that 2017 is going to have to offer.  One way to make this year better than the last is to have a little bit more money to save, spend or invest – or to pay […]

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