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Some homeowners decide to take it a step further and make improvements that will increase the value of their home. This is where it gets tricky - some improvements, although nice, may not add value to a home. Yes, a current homeowner may enjoy the improvement, but a potential buyer may be far from impressed.
For this reason, it's important to focus on adding functionality to your home - For example, adding a family room or extra bathroom may be a wise investment. Other improvements, however, allow little opportunity to recover costs.
If you’re shopping for homeowner’s insurance, you know that there are a multitude of terms to wade through – some familiar, and some not so familiar. Understanding the specific terminology can better help you decide what insurance policy works for you and your family.
As a parent you know that saving for your child’s future is important. You may have established several different methods for saving for them including education funds. While it is important for you to save for your child, it is just as important, if not more,to teach them to save for themselves. Here are a few ways to get them started saving for a new car, college, travel, and other expenses.
If even the thought of investing is scary to you, it’s best to take small steps to begin with. Here are a few things to keep in mind before you start investing your money.
There are countless reasons to save money, but saving for a home, your child’s education, and retirement are usually the largest and most daunting savings goals. They are also among the most important goals to save for – making it imperative that you begin saving now if you’re not already!
It’s seems harmless enough: you want your child to do well in school so you offer them money for good grades. So, is paying for good grades the best solution for you and your child? Here are some things to consider...
So you’ve done your research online, called the moving company, scheduled a time and date, and you think everything is ready.
Graduating from college comes with a lot of emotions - you're anxious to start the next chapter of your life. You're sad you have to leave all of your friends from school. Lastly, you're stressed because you're trying to figure out how in the world you're going to pay back your student loans.