• Why You Should Care About Legal Fee Auditing

    18 November 2019

    Legal fee auditing is a process where accounting professionals review law firm billings on behalf of clients. If you're concerned about the existing or potential costs of working with a firm, especially when dealing with ongoing litigation, a legal fee audit may help you protect your financial interests. Let's take a look at what the process entails and why you should care about it. Building Up Bills Fees for legal services can accumulate for a variety of reasons.

  • When To Get A Payday Loan

    23 December 2015

    Almost everyone experiences difficult financial times. You may face medical bills or have an unexpected expense arise, such as a car or home repair. If your credit is not the best, you may be unable to get a bank loan or even a credit card that can cover these emergencies. In those instances, turning to a payday loan can be a sensible decision.  Short-term Payday loans are meant to be used to bridge the gap between paychecks.

  • 4 Big Misconceptions about Cash Advance Services

    8 September 2015

    If you live from paycheck to paycheck like 40 percent of working adults in the United States, no one has to tell you what it is like to receive an unexpected bill or to see a sudden emergency need for cash. When you don't have money in savings or a wealthy family member to turn to, it is not always easy to get by when payday is still a long way away.

  • How To Successfully Manage Your Home Business Finances

    12 August 2015

    When you started your home-based business, you did so to earn a profit without the constraints of a traditional nine to five job. However, when many people start building their own business from home, they may not be aware of the importance of accounting and bookkeeping. If you have worked for other people and have always had your check waiting on you at the end of the week, you need to know more about how to manage your profits.

  • Retirement Investments: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

    28 July 2015

    If you are designing an investment portfolio for your retirement, then it is important to understand which investments are appropriate. Some investments might be appropriate for a speculative investor, but do not belong in a retirement account. A retirement portfolio should consist of conservative holdings instead of very risky securities. Below is an overview of the different types of investments that are commonly available and an explanation of why they do or don't belong in your investment portfolio.