Tim Parker

Tim Parker has a Bachelors and Masters in Education and is the owner of ECS, a company specializing in financial and small business content for print and online media. His work is published on many of the best known media outlets as well as magazines, industry publications, and newspapers. He also runs breakingfinancenews.com and bibledollar.com. He loves all things creative and is passionate about volunteering in the nonprofit sector. Tim lives in Florida where he often sets up a mobile office on the Gulf of Mexico beaches.

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  1. A description of the top retirement plans for self-employed
    Retirement

    Self-Employed? Top Plans For Retirement Savings

    Here are 5 smart ways the self-employed can save for retirement. Some also work for your employees. But get financial advice before picking a strategy.
  2. Capital One's VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card offers travelers no annual fee and a menu of perks.
    Credit & Loans

    Review: The VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card

    Capital One's VentureOne® Rewards Credit Card offers travelers no annual fee and a menu of perks.
  3. Understanding what are the differences or relationships between retirement plans and pensions
    Retirement

    Smart Retirement Strategies Even Without A Pension

    Not every retirement plan is a pension. Know the difference and decide which options are best for you. Even without a pension, there are good choices.
  4. Short article explaining the basics of Cash Advances, how the work, who to obtain them and what are some of its main characteristics - Unbiased and only informative
    Savings

    Before You Take That Cash Advance

    Understand who benefits most from cash advances – and when it might make sense to get one.
  5. Medicare open enrollment lasts until December 7 – January 1 to February 14 is the Medicare Advantage disenrollment period. Time to review your coverage!
    Retirement

    Do You Have The Medicare You Need?

    Medicare open enrollment lasts until December 7 – January 1 to February 14 is the Medicare Advantage disenrollment period. Time to review your coverage!
  6. What are the limits on car title loans? Who sets the limits? A short article that explains somebody who will get a car title loan how the limits on the loan work
    Credit & Loans

    Car Title Loan Limits

    You can usually get 25% to 50% of a car's value - but could pay more in interest than you borrowed if the loan rolls over a lot before it's paid off.
  7. Benefits of Home Depot credit card
    Credit & Loans

    Costs And Benefits Of A Home Depot Credit Card

    You probably have at least one regular credit card. Does it make sense to get one branded by Home Depot? Here's why you might benefit – or not.
  8. Understanding the basics of Medigap.
    Insurance

    Medigap Insurance: Who Needs It?

    You already have Medicare. Why would you need to spend more money on Medigap? Here's why.
  9. Term

    Medigap

    Also called Medicare Supplement Insurance, Medigap is health insurance coverage provided by private companies designed to cover excess costs not covered by original Medicare.
  10. Top Ways to protect your purchases from credit card hackers or security breaches.
    Credit & Loans

    7 Ways To Protect Against Credit Card Hacks

    If you haven't been hacked yet, it may just be a matter of time. Here's how to protect yourself as much as possible before it happens – and afterwards.
  11. How to fill out a HUD-1 form explaining what each line or part of the form is about
    Home & Auto

    HUD-1 Form: What Must Be On It

    You can't close on property involving federally related mortgages without a HUD-1 form. Use these instructions for a correct form so you close on time.
  12. What a credit card breach means for the regular consumer?
    Credit & Loans

    Credit Card Breach: How To Stay Safe

    You learn that credit card numbers have been stolen from a store you use. How to protect yourself in general – and what to do if you learn you're a victim.
  13. Plans, Strategies and things to consider for retirement if you fall on the low-income gap
    Retirement

    Retirement Strategies For Low Income Seniors

    Plans and strategies for building a healthy and satisfying life, even if your retirement income isn't as high as you wish it could be.
  14. An analysis of how different someones retirement will be if they stop working once retired vs working part-time
    Retirement

    Impact Of Continuing To Work In Retirement

    What if you just kept working instead of retiring when you reach 65 or 66? Here's how to calculate how it would affect your retirement benefits – and you.
  15. What are the most common or top things middle class people purchase or can afford when they hit retirement.
    Retirement

    Typical Retirement Expenses

    Travel is one thing people start doing more of when they retire. Here are ways to think about how your spending may change once you're not at work all day.
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