Cost of Living

  • Divorce Mediation How Does it Work?

    Divorce mediation is often a less trying method of resolving differences. However, financial matters must be carefully evaluated. Understanding what financial records to bring to divorce mediation sessions is critical to successful outcomes. Having the...
    By Finn Orfano May 12, 2011 

  • Is it Possible to Get a New Social Security Number? Find Out Here

    There is a reason why experts tell you to protect your social security from getting into the wrong hands. This is because, in general, once you get a social security number, it stays with you for life--no matter what. Here, discover the exception to this...
    By Kristie Lorette May 11, 2011 

  • What U.S. Cities Have the Lowest Cost of Living?

    Making a choice of where to live goes a long way in determining how far one's income goes and how comfortable one lives. Find out which city has the lowest cost of living rate and what expense breaks your budget the most.
    By Faith Oh May 11, 2011 


  • The Steps on How to Formally Change Your Name for Legal Purposes

    Whether it is because of a marriage, divorce or you simply want to, you have a legal right to change your name, but need to know how to start changing it. Changing your name, no matter what the circumstances is a legal change, and therefore requires you...
    By Kristie Lorette May 10, 2011 

  • Enjoy a Family Trip to Disney World by Budgeting Ahead of Time

    There's no easy way to say it; while every kid wants to visit the Magical Kingdom, costs can add up quick. How much does it cost to go to Disney World? Learn about the costs for a family of four, how you can save money, and why leaving space...
    By Ronda Bowen May 6, 2011 

  • What Are The New Medicare Part B Benefits In 2011

    Seniors and disabled individuals in the United States are bombarded with information on changes to their Medicare benefits on a yearly basis. The best resource to get accurate and, sometimes, lengthy information is through official government websites...
    By Olivia Emisar May 3, 2011 


  • What are the Retirement Planning Basics?

    If you're thinking about retirement and don't now the first thing about retirement planning, you probably want to know what the fundamentals are. This would be things like when is the best time to start thinking about it, do you need a budget...
    By Bruce Tintelnot April 30, 2011 

  • So - What are the Top Ten Reasons Most People Retire?

    Deciding when and how to retire is a challenge that most people face. If you're not sure when to call it quits, this top 10 list can help you decide.
    By Winston Smith April 30, 2011 

  • Rumor Alert: What is Happening with Your SS or VA Benefits in 2011?

    For disabled individuals, retirees and military veterans there will be no increase in SS incomes or VA for 2011. There was no Cost Of Living Allowance adjustment in 2010 either, and this segment of the population only saw a modest stimulus check of $250...
    By Olivia Emisar April 30, 2011 

  • Administrative Costs: The Hidden Costs of Charitable Donations

    Local and international charities depend on the generosity of donors. However, donors now are more aware that part of their funds are provided to administrative expenses. Here are some tips to find out how much of your charitable donation goes to administrative...
    By Finn Orfano April 29, 2011 
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