When we founded The Hawaii Gold Buyers Exchange, we had one goal in mind: provide a one-stop, specialized clearinghouse where we could buy precious metals, diamonds, and gift cards from the general public. Over the years, we've honed our skills and... (Read More)
Are you one of the 78% of Americans who live paycheck to paycheck?
If so, even a minor expense can trigger a series of overdraft fees, digging you into a financial hole—fast. Surprise expenses are a part of life, but that doesn't make them any... (Read More)
When you finish drinking a can of soda or bottled water, what do you do with the container? Throw it in the trash can? Put it in a recycling container? Refill it for later?
If your answer doesn't include the Hawaii Deposit Beverage Container... (Read More)
When you see the word, "gold," what comes to mind?
Jewelry? Wealth? Financial prowess?
While any of these answers are acceptable, gold as a material is much more than something that's pretty or valuable. Gold possesses unique properties that... (Read More)
Hawaii is home to over 100 tropical beaches that feature wildlife, beautiful white sand, and crystal clear waters. Millions of tourists from all over the world visit our state every year to take photos, swim in the inviting waters, and participate... (Read More)
June is officially here. The kids are out of school, and you and the family are planning a getaway. You've already made reservations and have just enough money for hotel, airfare, and meals.
Wouldn't it be great if you had a little bit of... (Read More)
Many people wear at least one piece of jewelry, be it a wedding band, necklace, watch, or pair of earrings. These accessories become part of our daily lives, complementing our outfits, and in some cases, even making statements.
However, many of... (Read More)
King Midas was the mythical monarch of Phrygia, an ancient country located in what's now Western Turkey. According to Greek legend, King Midas was walking through his garden one day when he encountered a faun by the name of Silenus. Although... (Read More)
Now that spring is officially here, many islanders are spending a day or two a week beachside. While this is perfectly understandable, it also carries the risk of extended exposure to the sun's harsh UV rays.
Even if you were born and raised... (Read More)