• 14
  • Aug2017

A Simple Guide to Reading Your Credit Report

A Simple Guide to Reading Your Credit Report

Did you know that 25% of Americans can speak more than one language? How many would you estimate can read the language in a full credit report? Most of us tend to assume our credit is good or bad based on the numeric score. That statement is not true. Don’t let technical language prevent you […]

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  • 09
  • Aug2017

Rental Properties: Landlord & Tenant Rights

Rental Properties: Landlord & Tenant Rights

Anyone who has rented property in the past has unfortunately experienced landlord disagreements over necessary repairs, security deposit returns and more. The relationship between landlords and tenants is unique and typically ends like a nasty divorce action. The need to understand both the landlord’s and tenant’s rights has never been more important then. So let’s […]

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  • 04
  • Aug2017

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

How to Protect Your Intellectual Property

You may be working your desk job, or planning what your next small business venture will be, or even drifting off to sleep when it hits you — the big idea that could change everything. If it is good enough, you may be planning how to take the idea to market, and you know you […]

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  • 02
  • Aug2017

The 6 Additional Auto Insurance Protections You Need In Nevada

The 6 Additional Auto Insurance Protections You Need In Nevada

The majority of car owners today are not aware of everything their auto policy covers and most Nevada residents believe they have full insurance when in fact, they have minimum state coverage. To many people’s surprise, this minimum required coverage will only pay for part of the total damages from the accident and often you’ll […]

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  • 28
  • Jul2017

Small Claims Court: How It Works

Small Claims Court: How It Works

At some point in life, you’ll likely experience a time when you find yourself in the uncomfortable predicament of someone owing you money. Perhaps it’s a former employer who was less ethical than you thought or maybe a roommate who didn’t live up to their end of the bargain for rent or utilities. Whatever the […]

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  • 26
  • Jul2017

First Steps to Buying Rental Property

First Steps to Buying Rental Property

When done efficiently, buying a rental property can be an important piece to any investment portfolio. It can take time and the right skill set to own and manage a rental property and it is important to build your investment on solid foundation. Here are the first three steps you can take now to kick […]

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  • 24
  • Jul2017

Do You Need a Will, a Trust, or Both?

Do You Need a Will, a Trust, or Both?

When it comes to wills and trusts, don’t allow your lack of preparation before you pass to affect the future of your family and loved ones. No one is invincible and it’s better to ensure your family is protected should something happen to you. If you have minor children, the creation of a will appoints […]

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  • 21
  • Jul2017

A Guide to Real Estate: Reasons to Buy, Wait and Rent

A Guide to Real Estate: Reasons to Buy, Wait and Rent

Many millennials are just now considering whether to buy their first home, wait for the right time, or continue to rent — and each choice could have a big outcome. Read our guide below to find which choice is right for you! Reasons to Buy a Home Home prices are still on the rise, which […]

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  • 17
  • Jul2017

Small Business Startup: Build a Strong Foundation in 4 Steps

Small Business Startup: Build a Strong Foundation in 4 Steps

Nothing built on a faulty foundation can last, including your small business. It’s much easier to focus on structuring your organization in the beginning to avoid delays and pitfalls later. If you are just starting out or looking to revamp your business, here are 4 simple steps you can take today to put you on […]

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  • 13
  • Jul2017

Here’s Why Your Credit Score Could Go Up This Summer

Here’s Why Your Credit Score Could Go Up This Summer

Americans spend years working to achieve the highest credit score possible, to improve scores after financial trouble or even correcting errors which unfortunately do happen. Your credit score is the most important piece of data that lenders use to decide if you should be approved for homes, cars, apartments and more.

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