Once the thrill of becoming a homeowner wears off, reality sets in. Your home is likely to be the biggest single investment you’ll make in your lifetime. If you want to preserve its value over time, that means doing regular maintenance.
They say you should check your credit report, once a year at least. Okay, got that. So, what do you check for? Here’s what. First, accuracy. Second, mistakes. It’s that second thing that can cost you.
What, saving money costs money? Well, yeah, some. And if your plan is to save money this year, check out our run-down on the start-up costs you can expect to pay now, for that big payoff later.
Here he comes, just four months from now. Same time as last year, every year. Regular as clockwork, he is. But the Tax Man just may surprise you, and that’s not something you want.