I just came back from my third Fincon and this year, my favorite city in the US, Washing DC at the Washington Hilton. I really enjoyed myself this year but I was exhausted the entire time because I made the mistake of going on vacation before Fincon. We went on what I call a Southern Tour where we visited friends and family and dropped our kid off at college so we hit eight cities and three weeks and I was home for less than a week and then went to Fincon where you don’t get much sleep. Because money nerds like to network, handle business and have fun all at the same tim
I attended Fincon (Financial Bloggers Conference) again this year. What is Fincon? Fincon is the Financial Bloggers Conference and it’s “Where Money & Media Meet”. This is my 2nd year attending and I enjoyed the opportunity to learn more to expand my business, engage in opportunities to collaborate with others, and meet your social media friends in person.
In honor of Life Insurance Awareness month I wanted to bring you additional options for covering funeral costs outside of Life Insurance.
So just to be clear I believe that life insurance is important to help cover funeral cost (if the funds will not be accessible when you pass but it is also important to have so your family’s (children, spouse or anyone you financially support) will be able to keep the same quality of life after you pass away.
Do you have a goal of buying a home? Well, I have joined a great community of personal finance bloggers who are dedicated to helping you save your down payment.
The goal is to motivate our readers to save a total of $1 Million dollars towards their down payment within the next year. Everyone in the community has great tips to share to help you reach your goal of buying a home.
Did you “forget” to file your taxes for a few years and now you’re scared to file. Well, you can’t live like this forever so it’s time to see where you stand. The last thing you want to do have the IRS realize you didn’t file and have them file for you. When the IRS filed for you, they don’t apply all of the deductions and credits you actually qualify for (because they don’t know what you qualify for), so that may put you in a worse position than actually filing it yourself.