Posts Tagged ‘financial records’

Strictly using cash for all of your spending can offer some advantages—it can make it easier to stick to your budget and keep you out of debt. But there are also disadvantages to consider as well. Even if you don’t have a debit or credit card, prepaid and secured credit cards can still offer some […]

  If you’re trying to keep clutter around your home at an absolute minimum, you’re less likely to hang on to receipts for very long. But before you toss out all those receipts during your spring cleaning, consider keeping some (or all) of them. The following are some ways that keeping receipts can help your […]

Filing your taxes can be a mundane task, especially if it’s a task you’re tackling completely on your own. It can be tempting to just forget about it once it’s over, but re-consider before you start shredding documents. In case of a tax audit, you’ll want to be prepared with the necessary documentation. Additionally, having […]

Are you still giving some thought to your resolutions for the upcoming New Year? Why not resolve to save more money? The following are some good resolutions to stick to that can help you save more. Resolution #1: To keep organized financial records Being organized with your financial records can not only make life easier […]

A natural disaster can strike at any time, especially if you live in an area that is prone to such events, including hurricanes, earthquakes, and tornadoes. A natural disaster can destroy your home, cause injury to you or a loved one, leave you without a job for weeks or months to come, and more. Here’s […]

You’ve probably heard about giving your home a thorough annual cleaning, but what about your finances? Even though it’s important to always keep a watchful eye on your finances, they should also be thoroughly examined once a year. Organize important paperwork Spring cleaning (or whenever you do your yearly, top-to-bottom house cleaning) can be a […]

Once you graduate from college or stop taking classes full-time, it is time to pay back any student loan money you may have borrowed for tuition, books, supplies, and living expenses. If you’re getting ready to start paying back student loans, there are some things you should know and tips for paying back your student […]

A new restaurant’s success relies substantially on how the finances are managed. The following are some of the financial basics to keep in mind when opening up your own restaurant. Your initial business loan The first thing to consider regarding restaurant finances is getting approved for that initial business loan. Lenders don’t often jump at […]