There is a very real sense in which Thanksgiving can have a direct bearing on our financial health. What is the link between the two? Being thankful for what we have is an attitude that results in living within our means.
I’m forty-six years old and I’m not an adult. How can that be? My hair is grey. My vision is going. There are aches and pains all over my body. There’s a noticeable paunch to my mid-section. I am married and I have a mortgage that I pay off every month.
This infogrpahic from Credit-Land.com sums up the finances for the horrible storm. At least many banks have contributed to those affected by the storm as well as giving those consumers a break on fees.
Fair Isaac is the creator of the most used FICO score. This graphic shows you what you need to do to keep your credit score high. I have 40+ credit cards and a FICO score of 803, which is counter intuitive unless you understand that how you manage your credit accounts is the most important factor in having a high score.
Critics of Barack Obama have continuously claimed him to be the scourge of big scale business over the last few years. Obama’s excessive regulations over Wall Street and elevated tax rates for corporations are seen to be unfair by many people.
Many banks have sent email messages to customers in hurricane affected areas waiving fees and extending payment dates. If you haven’t received these communications, then you should call your banks, and visit their websites, to find out these policies.
If you think ‘I’ll never be able to save at the grocery store,’ consider this: You may have to plan a bit, look over the flyer or even write a list. It doesn’t really matter. Each trip requires you to yield. Yes, yield. If you want to save money on food, here’s how to nail it.