Most youngsters think that they do not require life insurance, and hence, they ignore it.
They neglect the benefits it offers them because they feel it’s not meant for them, so they simply take it because of statutory tax deductions.
It is okay for them to feel that way, especially if they don’t have familial responsibilities.
However, they should remember that there are different impacts when they take this type of policy during the different stages of their lives.
A life insurance policy offers you more benefits when you take it at the age of 40 as compared to when you take at the age of 25.
A 20-year life insurance policy that you take when you’re 25 years old would greatly help you during some days when you have financial needs when you are 45 years old, such as the higher education of your child. However, the same policy may not be very helpful to you when you are in your 60s if you take it when you are 40 years old.
The following is an analysis of the best time for you to take life insurance…
What is a self-development blueprint?
It’s simply a game plan or a blueprint for improving your life and yourself.
We’re constantly growing and learning. It helps to make a plan. Learning is much more effective when it’s strategic.
Are you reading books, listening to audio and watching videos? Most of us are.
Are they getting you closer to your goals? Let’s start working on your game plan…
What is Credit Sesame?
Sure, they are a credit monitoring service, like Credit Karma and many others, but that’s not all.
They offer more than the other credit monitoring services I’ve seen, while still keeping it free.
What do they offer, you ask? A free credit score, free credit monitoring and free identity theft protection.
Free identity theft protection? That’s right! And they actually offer even more than that.
Let me give you a quick breakdown, then I’ll let you go try it out. After all, it is free…
If you’re looking for budgeting tools, look no further.
I’ve compiled an all-inclusive list of every high-quality budgeting tool I could find and put them all together here.
I’ve even included the price (if there is one), the format(s) available and a brief description of each. I’ll start with my favorites and then move on to the rest.
Let’s jump right in and see what our options are…
Your credit score can tremendously impact your day-to-day life.
For Example, your credit score can affect everything from obtaining a mortgage to getting a new job. This is something that most people know. But what everyone doesn’t know is how exactly your score is calculated.
The reason that this isn’t common knowledge is because the credit bureaus do not tell you exactly how they calculate your score.
Even though we do not know the exact equations used, we do know what factors can have a tremendous impact on your credit score. For example, settling your debt can impact your credit score.
Let’s see exactly how debt settlement affects your credit score…
Small progress over time leads to huge results.
Gradual increase + persistence = new habits. It’s that simple.
Small habits might not seem life-changing at first, but when you look back, you will see something amazing.
You will see huge progress compounding over time.
That’s exactly how you measure your goals. Looking backwards.
The past gives us all the information we need and it tells us what we need to change.
Let’s look at how to effectively measure goals and see our progress…
There are many ways to get all your accounts in one place.
There are also ways to automate your budget.
Mint.com comes to mind.
Your bank may even offer online banking that budgets for you and allows you to add outside accounts to your dashboard.
That’s all great. I love automation. But I’ve found the cream of the crop.
All your accounts in one place? Check. An effective automatic budgeting system? Check. And that’s not all they do.
Personal Capital is great for budgeting, but it’s really great for investing!
Let me show you what sets Personal Capital apart from the rest…
I have made some huge money mistakes.
I want to tell you about them, in hopes that you won’t make the same ones.
Mistakes are a great teacher. It’s always best to learn from someone else’s mistake if possible, but there is value in our own mistakes.
That is, if we do actually learn from them.
In this series, I’m going to go through my biggest mistakes. They are big enough to be separated into different parts, which is…kind of sad.
This is my experience with network marketing. (which obviously wasn’t too great, since it’s on my biggest mistakes list)
I’ll explain what happened, why it happened and what you can learn from it…