Valentine's Day hits at a somewhat inopportune time. Many Americans are saving any extra income they make to use for tax bills. Not to mention paying down credit expenses that were accrued over the holiday season. Do you feel like you're stuck... (Read More)
Have you recently made the decision to move into a smaller home or living space? Whether you're getting older or just want to live a more minimal lifestyle, the benefits of downsizing can be great. That said, downsizing also requires you to make... (Read More)
Having your valuables evaluated in a public setting can cause a lot of anxiety. This is especially true if you have a personal attachment to them or are hopeful you have a rare or one-of-a-kind item in your collection. Instead of putting yourself... (Read More)
The holiday season isn't just about shopping or spending time with friends and family; it's also about giving. In that spirit, we're dedicating this post to three of our favorite local charitable organizations.
If you're trying to find a cause to... (Read More)
Unexpected expenses can arise at any time. Whether you get rear-ended, experience a medical emergency, or the hot water heater floods your basement, sometimes you need cash fast.
While you might be tempted to run and take out a personal loan or... (Read More)
Do you have old jewelry, coins, or stamps that are just collecting dust? Are you looking to clear out unnecessary clutter without having to throw everything away?
In your haste to get these types of items off your hands, don't make the mistake of... (Read More)
Time flies, doesn't it? October is quickly coming to a close and before you know it, Thanksgiving will be here. During this time of year many of us try to see family members and friends, but if your budget is already tight, forking over hundreds or... (Read More)
Millions of American, particularly older ones, have gold dental crowns. While you might not consider these caps valuable, depending on the karat used and the makeup of the particular alloy, you could potentially be sitting on a small fortune. This... (Read More)
The first postage stamp was produced in 1840, the result of a series of postal reforms implemented in the United Kingdom by Sir Roland Hill. The United States followed closely behind, with Benjamin Franklin and George Washington issuing the first... (Read More)