Monthly Archives: June 2012

How to Teach Children of Wealth the Value of Frugality

Children are not usually taught money management in high school or college. They pick it up through experience, by watching their friends, and by mimicking what their parents do. It’s fairly easy for middle class or poor families to teach children how to scrimp and save, as it’s often a necessity. But what about children

Major Monthly Deductible Business Expenses

If you’re someone who owns a business, congratulations because there are very few things more rewarding than being able to work for yourself. However, if you’ve been running your own company for a long enough period of time, you’ll probably also agree that there’s nothing more demanding and, pardon the pun, taxing than being your

Jumbo Vs. Conforming Home Loans: Which Is Right for You?

If you’re someone who is currently looking to buy a house, then you know that your monthly payment is called a mortgage. In order to be approved to purchase a particular house, you must get a loan through a mortgage company. When it comes to the types of loans that you can get, the options

The Most Expensive Real Estate in the Country

The real estate market took a serious hit towards the end of 2008, and housing prices have not yet recovered. That means a lot of affordable housing available, and not enough people in a position to take advantage. Of course, there are certain areas of the country that are completely immune to fluctuations in real