The AFLAC duck has quacked through major league sports broadcasts and seems to be everywhere. It would be hard to find someone in America who hasn’t heard the name AFLAC and can associate it with the duck and the words “supplemental insurance.” But what does supplemental insurance mean and just what products does AFLAC offer?
Creating a family budget may seem overwhelming at first, but with these suggestions and helpful hints hopefully families will see how and where their money is spent and what they can do about it.
The countdown clock of shopping days until Christmas is ticking away. For many, the option of shopping online helps keep the “merry” in Merry Christmas. What could be better than shopping at home, than being able to put off your payment until your Christmas bonus?
Most people are doing all they can to bring in as much money as possible, and with these 5ive tips to help you get more “bang” for your buck you can find ways to make your paycheck go just a little bit further and pay off debt.
A bank or mortgage lender will help you determine a number for your loan affordability. Many are hoping for that number to as high as possible. But really, is this number a safe and comfortable amount of mortgage loan debt for you?
While the economy is in a downturn, college tuitions and fees continue to grow. So what are your college savings options? Are Coverdell Education Savings Accounts a good one?
Upromise participation is unlikely to pay for four years of college but many consumers want to know, is it worth my time at all? How much will it help me save? How hard is it to do?
If your email message offering a free laptop or any other product seems too good to be true, it probably is. Find out how you can tell the fakes from the real thing in emails and giveaways.