9 Year Mortgage: discusses insurance coverage 9 Year Mortgage is aware that it can be overwhelming trying to decide what types of insurance you need. There are countless options available and some of them won’t give you enough bang for your buck. In addition, not having enough coverage can yield horrific consequences. There is a […]
9 Year Mortgage: 7 Ways People Waste Money Even people who are good with their money can be unintentionally wasting it. There is often money escaping unknowingly from our budgets that we could be saving if the leaks were pointed out. These mistakes can be eliminated without causing a major change in your standard of […]
In cultivating your credit score flawlessly I’m sure you’re the type of person who pays on time, and never leaves an outstanding balance, am I right? In your mind you’re golden! …Or are you. This may come as a surprise but these are not the key components to a superb credit score. Many consumers like you are unaware of what makes their credit scores move up and down.
Obviously you understand that the money that you spend and pay off per month in relation to your available credit effects your score but what you may not have realized is that they calculate your score from your total on your statement date and not the due date. You could have a balance that you don’t even know about which in turn hurts your credit, all the while you are unaware.
Here’s a little advice from 9 Year Mortgage on how to revamp your credit scores to what you want them to be while avoiding making those small decisions that can hurt big time.
9 Year Mortgage recognizes that financial issues are the most common reason for divorce in the United States of America and would like to step in and make a few suggestions. Yes adultery, abuse, addiction, those are also reasons for divorce but the standing highest explanation and root of the separation is money. Communication and understanding should always be implemented into the conversation with a loved one while discussing finances. For example do not overlook the fact that you both grew up in very different homes therefore you have learned different budgeting and saving strategies from your parents. Here are a few pieces of advice that can help you and your spouse from allowing your finances to get the better of your relationship.
Take a look for a second at your budget. Is it working?? If your answer is “just barely” then here are some simple ideas for changes in the financial part of your life to give you a little extra spending money in your pocket… and to keep it there.
Nine Year Mortgage believes that life insurance coverage should be an essential part of every married person’s financial life, especially when children are present. The following information will give guidance on how much insurance to buy, and how long to keep it.