Personal finance and auto specialist
News-based article about the state of the used vehicle market
Promotional blog post introducing Mitsubishi Eclipse
Promotion for Pennsylvania car dealership
Peice for a life settlement company focusing on educational outreach.
Summary of new vehicle written for car dealership as a promotional piece
Press Release announcing major changes to Pennsylvania car dealership
A new kind of financial tool that doesn’t have the expensive and cumbersome features of previous offerings is making parents think twice about letting their children pay with plastic.
How AI and machine learning enhance ERP
Blog post that outlines how RFID technology improves manufacturers' processes.
Experiential marketing tactics in the world of auto shows
Rising medical costs are an understandably serious concern for seniors. Consulting a financial advisor and a tax professional is one way to get a clear picture of the current financial situation.
Technology is changing the face of auto shows and consumers are dedicating a great deal of their time in the sales funnel to online research. Experiential marketing is a way to cut through the noise and make an immediate and lasting impression on a hard-to-reach consumer base searching for more than just the features and benefits of an automotive product.
If the permanent life insurance policy in question has an accelerated death benefit or living benefit, it’s possible to keep the policy in force and preserve some of the face value while also receiving a tax-free lump sum cash payment.
Seniors who can no longer afford the high premiums associated with permanent life insurance may not be aware that a life settlement is a much more lucrative option than cashing in their life insurance policy.
Overview of viatical settlements including current laws and history
Overview of what it takes to sell a life insurance policy for consumers
Promotional blog post for Storeable
Article summarizing common iinterview questions in the tech world
Guide summarizing credit card options for consumers
Whether the answer to your question is yes or no, one thing is for certain; you won’t get the benefits if you don’t ask.
No matter which money-savings tactics you choose, remember that most people aren’t great a saving money. If you get to the point where you are saving 10% of your paycheck consistently and are able to cover small emergencies without using credit, you’ve reached Rockstar status. There’s nowhere to go from there but up.
Small changes add up to have a big effect on your budget. However, there’s no need to impose unnecessary suffering. Make a few tiny and painless changes like the suggestions above and watch the financial tide turn in your favor.
Know your credit score and credit health. It makes good sense whether you’re in the market for a new card or not. As with any financial product, make sure you understand the credit card product you want before you apply. Know how you’ll use it and what the terms are.
Summary of credit card offeers
Managing revolving debt
Article for auto financing company specializing in serving international students
Article about Equifax data breach situation
News article about cryptocurrency and credit cards
Advanced technology, including biometrics, that make credit card transactions secure
News about new credit card product
The best way to guarantee a lower interest rate is to make financial decisions that raise credit scores. For example, keeping credit card balances below 30% of the total available credit and making on-time payments each month help lay a foundation for a strong credit score and lower interest rates on credit card debt.
After transferring the balance from a high-interest credit card to a low or no-interest credit card, be sure to understand the terms of the card agreement. Paying off high-interest credit card debt as quickly as possible is the ultimate goal, but be careful not to let the temptation of a new open credit line ruin the plan.