The personal finance channel at Bright Hub wants to help you make the most of your dollar. From the basics of budgeting to how to use online technology to track your expenses, you’ll discover a wealth of articles devoted to helping you understand the ins and outs of growing your personal finance. A team of financial professionals and technical writers will provide FAQs and tips as well as honest and detailed software reviews of the latest personal finance and tax software programs such as Quicken and Turbo Tax.
The Backseat For our most precious: kids under 13 need to ride in the backseat as it is the safest place. Infants and toddlers should ride in a car seat that faces the back window until they are at least two years old. The seat itself is strapped into the car. It is recommended to buy a kid’s booster seat after a child is two and of a substantial size—it is oriented face front, and they will wear seat belts the right way woven through the chair.
Sci-fi fans may have been waiting for the invention of flying cars for decades, but it’s self-driving cars that are quickly becoming our new reality. Automated vehicles are one of the great technological revolutions of our time, but learn why they cause fear in the hearts of insurers.
You use your smartphone while you shop. Why not let it net you some deep discounts? Find out top ways to make retail apps work harder for you.
Are you thinking about getting involved in impact investing? Learning more about the factors you should consider will help you determine if it is the right type of investment for you.
“Don’t downgrade your dream just to fit your reality. Upgrade your conviction to match your destiny.” Get some inspiration to get out of debt!
You still haven’t cut the cord? What are you waiting for? There’s never been a better time to cut the cord and save some money. Better yet, you pay can for content you actually want instead of being force fed content you’ll never use.
It is likely that poor decisions or unexpected circumstances got you into debt. In order to get out of debt you’ll have to form a plan and adjust your behavior to live within your means. Follow these steps to get your money back into your control!
Mastering the transition between living at home or on college campus, to living on your own in a city apartment is fraught with struggles. Master these three challenges first and you’ll be well on your way to successful independent living.
Buying a house and buying a car are the two biggest purchases a person ever makes. So you need a car? You will be living with this decision for a long time, so do it right.
What’s the one thing that’s dreaded more than a big snowstorm in winter? Those huge energy bills that come from cranking up the heat. Fortunately there are quite a few ways to remedy that problem. Let it snow!