If you have filed for bankruptcy before but you’ve found yourself in financial dire straits again, you may want to know how often you can file for bankruptcy. Bankruptcies are more common than you might think, and the number of bankruptcies filed in the United States between April 2018 and March 2019 was 772,646. Filing […]
With the rising costs of tuition more students are wondering, “should I go to college?” Find out if taking on the debt created by a college education is worth the risk and the investment.
One of the biggest decisions any couple makes when planning their wedding is on the venue for the ceremony and reception. According to WeddingWire.com, couples spend an average of $9,000 on the wedding venue alone. Even if your budget is stretched tighter than your wedding-day shape wear, you can find a venue that satisfies both […]
Most people can only dream about retiring with a million dollars. Most would think that you would need to save a fortune to make such a fortune. You’d probably think it was impossible on only $100 per month, even with the historic inflation-adjusted return on the S&P 500 at 7%. If so, you need to […]
Wedding dresses aren’t cheap. They are often one of the major costs involved in planning a wedding. The reality is that weddings are expensive, and the grand occasion you dreamed of as a child may not be in your budget. Research form The Knot’s 2017 Real Weddings Study found that on average, an American wedding […]