Monthly Archives: July 2017

Debt Collection Agencies: Don’t Let Credit Cards and Debts Rule Your Life

Finance companies attempt to get payment from defaulting customers, but regularly fail to achieve this. Customers may have gone missing, moved house or are just being difficult. They all present a problem and become uneconomical to collect. The debt is sold on and the remainder is simply written off against taxes. How Do Debt Collection […]

How To Build An Emergency Fund: Saving and Making Money to Survive Economic Hardship and Job Loss

An emergency fund is money put aside for the worst case scenario such as job loss, major repairs or medical bills. How much money should be in an emergency fund? This varies according to a family’s risk tolerance and expenses. Some people might be comfortable with $1000, while others might want a year’s worth of […]

How to be Financially Secure: What Every Family Should Know about Financial Security

Every family dreams of being financially secure. It means gaining the freedom to live without worrying about job cuts, redundancies or salary reductions. As bleak as it seems now, it is possible to build financial security. According to Australian financial expert and author of The Seven Ages of Money (Choice Books), Tim Blue, financial security […]

Mortgage Insurance – Useful Tips Before Buying: Help for Buyers of Mortgage Payment Protection Insurance or MPPI

The following is a guest post from Houston, Texas real estate developer and entrepreneur Tracy Suttles. Mortgage insurance or MPPI normally pays out after a period of 30 to 60 days, thus ensuring that mortgage payments can be made. Mortgage income protection insurance helps prevent debt problems and can stop repossession. Trawl the Market for […]

IRS Tax Debt Settlement Help: How to Deal with Unpaid Taxes

Although it can be an isolating feeling, many Americans are in need of IRS tax debt settlement help every year. Unpaid taxes are similar to student loan debt in the sense that they cannot be negotiated with a debt relief program. However, the Inland Revenue Service (IRS) provides different methods to help individuals who are […]