Home > Blog

Blog (Page 4)

Save Money While Planning a Safe Road Trip During the Pandemic

Planning a road trip during a global pandemic is no easy task. There are many ways travelers can keep costs low while enjoying a safe trip. Ensuring the vehicle is in good condition, registration and insurance are current, and having an emergency action plan are ways travelers can be proactive in planning for a safe trip. Researching the routes and rest stops in advance, packing snacks, and maintaining safe driving behaviors can help... ❯❯❯

Don't Let Construction Defects Drive You Into Bankruptcy

Since costly repairs, diminished property value, the cost of temporary housing, and medical bills for associated injuries can quickly add up when construction defects exist, some victims turn to bankruptcy to relieve their financial burdens. However, property owners may be able to file a claim to recover compensation to cover these costs. A developer/builder is responsible for repairing the defective conditions within a property and... ❯❯❯

What is the algorithm to generate CVV?

Each issuer has its own. There is everything from algorithms that encrypt card information with secret keys that only the issuer knows. Generating a hash (as far as we know, the most common), to randomly generated key-value tables. As far as we know no one has broken these algorithms, so there is no way to: - Generate a CVV (Card Verification Value) from the PAN. - Check if a CVV Code is correct (no check digits) without calling the... ❯❯❯

Pros and Cons of Getting Equipment Loans

If you are confused whether to get equipment loans or not then this article has got you covered with the complete guide. There are a number of factors which go into your final decision and that is why it is vital to not only weigh the pros of getting equipment loans but also the cons. Pro of equipment loans: Many times several businesses are well established but still do not have a good amount of money reserve to spend on equipment.... ❯❯❯

How Much Is an Injury Claim Worth?

A plaintiff is entitled to recover his or her losses by filing an injury claim or lawsuit if the at-fault party has caused economic or non-economic damage. In such a scenario, the victim's injury attorney can help determine the value of a claim by taking a variety of factors into consideration. Common injury claims are for car accident injuries, medical malpractice, slip and fall accidents, work-related injuries, dog bites, or... ❯❯❯

How You Can Get a Personal Loan After Bankruptcy?

If you have a large purchase that's blindsided you, a personal loan can help you tremendously. However, if you have a bankruptcy on your credit history, qualifying for a personal loan may seem impossible. It doesn't have to be.  You can still get a personal loan with bankruptcy.  Let's look into how this is possible and why it can help rebuild your credit.  What Affects Your Chances of a Loan with Bankruptcy  Bankruptcy causes... ❯❯❯

How Injury Settlements Are Distributed

Damages compensation is the end goal of personal injury litigation. When a claimant wins in court or through settlement negotiation, a compensation amount is awarded. The injury settlement is then split between paying for medical bills, lawyer fees, case costs, and personal damages. Medical Bills Medical bills are generally addressed first when insurance issues a personal injury claim settlement. Some insurance companies may make the... ❯❯❯

Injured by Someone Else? Here's How to Get Back on Your Feet Financially

Personal injuries can cripple an individual physically, emotionally, and financially. After surviving a road accident, medical malpractice, or occupational accident, how can one bounce back financially and improve their quality of life? Take stock of the financial damage. Accidents can lead to disabling injuries that make it hard to resume work or run a business as efficiently as before. There are often extensive medical bills, and,... ❯❯❯

Immigrant Money Habits We Can All Learn From

Many immigrants come to the United States in search of greener pastures with habits and behaviors that allow them to prosper and lead the American dream. One of the secrets people can learn from those immigrating to the United States is how to spend money. Here are ten money habits we can all learn from them. Lesson 1: Save Like A Jobless Person With Many Mouths To Feed For many immigrants, saving is like a religion. Instead of... ❯❯❯

Six Tips for Saving Money in Retirement

There is no exact right way to save for retirement. People have different priorities, incomes, and circumstances that come up and change the game plan for retirement saving. Therefore, planning for retirement is more methodical and personalized when people work with financial advisors. There are, of course, many different approaches you can take toward building a retirement nest egg. Here are six general tips everyone can benefit from... ❯❯❯