Bailing a close friend or family member out of jail can be a costly event, especially if you have to pay for the entire bond. After doing this, you may anticipate getting this money back in the future, but it might not be as easy as you think it will be. Here are three things you should know about getting your bail money back. 1. Friend Must Go To Court
Whether you've been working for years or you're just now entering the workforce, disability is a risk that must be addressed. You may not take the risk of an accident or illness seriously enough to worry about being disabled, but if that's the case then you're falling victim to one of many myths Americans believe about the condition. If you want to protect your future self from financial and emotional hardship, you have to get to the root of these myths and uncover the truth.
Insurance is something that I carry in the hopes that it never has to be used. Along with life coverage, I also have low cost auto insurance and a health plan through my employer. I'm toying with the idea of adding some additional coverage, just in case something happens and I'm no longer around to take care of my family. The question that is on my mind is how much insurance is enough? Do I really need more, or would it be better to cultivate other assets that my loved ones can draw on if needed? If you are in the same boat, let's journey together for a while. Read on and I'll explain what I'm trying and why. Together, we can figure out when it is time to add more coverage and when enough really is enough.