Car accidents happen, but when your car gets banged-up on the road, the resale value instantly plummets. Even after professional repairs, your vehicle’s history report may haunt you – and your pocketbook – when it’s time to sell or trade-in your car. The reason? The vehicle, because it was damaged, has a “diminished value”, meaning it likely has a lower resale value than it had prior to the accident. There are three terms that insurance…"Your Current Auto Insurance Coverage May Lead To A Huge Financial Loss After A Car Accident"
Growing older is taking on a different meaning now than it has in the past. More people are living longer and those that are in their mid-50s are wanting to maintain an active lifestyle. As many of the Baby Boomers reach 55 and older an increasing variety of residential settings for those in this age group is on the rise. Here we’ll take a look at the 55 and older housing market and why it…"The 55 And Older Housing Market Continues Growing"
One term that a beginner investor may come across is “liquidity.” When you begin to consider your overall situation regarding finances as well as examine which investments are worth your time, investor liquidity may prove itself as an important factor. Just what is liquidity? Simply put, liquidity is the ability to quickly turn an asset into cash. It also involves purchasing as well as selling without impacting the price of an asset. So regarding investments,…"Investor Liquidity and Why It Matters"