Posts Categorized: Finance

Prepping for Your Taxes Early

We are creeping up on the fourth quarter of 2018, making the beginning of 2019 well in sight. Now is the time you might want to start thinking about your taxes as it is never too early to start prepping for the dreaded tax season. If you can get organized now and have all of… Read more »

September 18, 2018
Categories:

Top Reasons for Buying Life Insurance

Everywhere you turn, you see people selling life insurance – through the mail, in magazines, on the television, at your office, and even at your bank. You already know that you need life insurance, but shopping for life insurance can be overwhelming, especially if you don’t understand how the coverage works. Unlike auto or health… Read more »

Foreign Investor Programs in the USA

The United States continues to be the top destination for international migrants and investors. According to a 2017 United Nations report, around 49.8 million international migrants resided in the United States, which accounts to 19% of the global total. And it’s not entirely surprising considering that the US remains the top country in the world… Read more »

How to Win Your Wrongful Death Suit

If someone’s death was caused due to the negligence of someone else, then that person might be liable for paying for the loss that the survivors experience in the deceased person’s wake. The surviving family is allowed to pursue a civil case for wrongful death, which is a tort case. Although each state has specific… Read more »

Carson Battles Anti-Segregation Suit

A lawsuit was filed in Washington against Ben Carson and the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) over the decision to suspend a rule put forth during the Obama administration that was intended to ensure that housing segregation in certain communities receiving federal funds was addressed. The National Fair Housing Alliance, Texas Low Income… Read more »