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Life Insurance Over 50, 60, 70 or 80 Years Old


As we age, life insurance becomes more difficult and costly to obtain. However, most people don’t realize that life insurance can be a very important part of a financial plan for those over 50 years old. Our infographic shows that during different age groups, both premium and insurance types can vary. We provide information to help senior citizens with their ... Read More »

Where do happiest bank customers live?


Why do bank customers living in some areas of the country, seem to be happier than living in the others? Why 5 East Coast states are leading the rating of customer complaints? See an interesting infographic by CardsMix. via Read More »

Retirement? You’re having a laugh – The Royle Family


In the second of a four part series, My Retirement Options continues to look at how some of the UK’s best loved sitcom stars would be coping financially in retirement. As the pension reforms approach, we head to Manchester to see how The Royle Family might be coping with their retirement income. Never ones for living a lavish lifestyle – ... Read More »

Retirement? You’re having a laugh – Del Boy Trotter


Ever wondered how your favourite sitcom characters would be dealing with their retirement? My Retirement Options have been trying to figure out whether our beloved UK TV characters would be able to continue the lifestyles we saw on our screens into retirement. First in a series of four, we look at whether wheeling and dealing Derek ‘Del Boy’ Trotter (of ... Read More »

Get Me Out of Debt!


Get Me Out of Debt! Take a look at this infographic put together by the folks at NJ Bankruptcy Lawyer Ralph Ferro explaining the evolution of debt programs. Via: NJ Bankruptcy Lawyer Ralph Ferro Read More »

Defenses to Foreclosure


4.5 million people who foreclosed during January 1, 2009 – December 31, 2010 are now eligible for reviews. Are you one of them? Challenge a foreclosure by bringing a defense, check out this infographic! Via: Tampa Foreclosure Defense Lawyers Read More »

Self-Directed IRA Rules Every Investor Should Know


When considering Self Directed IRA investments, it’s important to understand the regulations. These include prohibited transactions and people, among other rules. Often, immediate family members are excluded in participating in transactions, including living in property purchased by your IRA. There are also heavy restrictions on the investments your IRA can invest in, including collectibles and life insurance. Before making decisions ... Read More »

Martyn Gerrard at 50 – 50 Facts for 50 Years


From the price of everyday items like bread, milk and petrol through to the cost of a house and what cars were popular at the time, this infographic from London estate agents Martyn Gerrard – celebrating their 50th year – looks back at Britain in 1964 and demonstrates just how much has changed in those five decades. Click through to ... Read More »

Retirement Investing: Stock Market vs. Real Estate


After the stock market crash of 2008, the majority of Americans are focused on traditional investments through the stock market, which yield short-term gains. This infographic put together by the folks at illustrates the benefits of investing in alternative assets. Read More »

Infographic: Which Superhero Has The Worst Creditrating?


How well do you think a superhero would score on their credit rating? With everything they have to pay out for, the suits, the cars, the technology, not to mention trying to keep your identity secret, it certainly doesn’t come cheap. Maintaining a good credit rating could be the difference between being able to buy all the latest gadgets or ... Read More »

Infographic: Top 10 Ways Identity Theft Affects You


For nearly 15 years running, identity theft has been the leading consumer complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission. ARAG has helped many of those victims clear their names and credit ratings and get their lives back on track. See the top ten ways identity theft can affect you. Read More »

Infographic: Where Has All The Money Gone?


It often seems money disappears as soon as it lands in one’s pocket or bank account. Where is all of the money going and how much of it is being wasted? Check out this infographic to learn more about financial planning. Brought to you by Read More »

Infographic: Stop Running From Your Home Energy Bill


Real smart, green living is here with ADT Pulse. It lets you control and monitor your home via any of your mobile devices; all you need is an Internet connection. Never worry about whether you’ve closed the garage door, turned off an appliance or left the lights on. With ADT Pulse, you can remotely manage everything with the press of ... Read More »

Infographic: 5 Ways To Keep Your Credit Reports Clean


Maintaining good credit is essential to having healthy financials, and in this day and age, your credit is a huge indicator of worthiness to most financial institutions. Good credit is a critical component to getting a home loan, car loan, credit cards, student loans, renting an apartment or home, and even getting a job! Just as your home and car ... Read More »

Infographic: Investment Opportunities Projections for 2014


Online Trading Academy, a leading source for investor training has come up a list of what’s hot and what’s not for investment opportunities for 2014. The trading academy has 34 financial educational centers all over the world and they also have a full online curriculum. The investment opportunity forecast for 2014 are from some of their top traders. Take a ... Read More »

The Essential: Forex Year in Review 2013


The Forex year in Review 2013 infographic provides traders with a “state of play” for the key statistical information that could impact their trading decisions in 2014. Having this information on hand in an easy to reference format makes it straightforward to assess Forex market fundamentals in a short space of time. Brought to you by Read More »

Infographic: Landmarks Funded with Lottery Money


Did you know that the French organized a lottery game to raise some of the money necessary to complete the Statue of Liberty? How about the Westward American Expension? Or the Great Wall of China and the city of Rome? Here are some of the landmarks whose construction was funded with lottery money: Brought to you by Read More »