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. Retirement

    How to Manage Money for Someone with Alzheimer's

    Alzheimer’s disease affects more than 5 million Americans, and approximately one in three seniors will die with dementia. Proactive planning is essential.
  2. Home & Auto

    Getting a Mortgage in Your 50s

    The financial considerations are different when you take out a mortgage in your 50s. Here's what you need to review as you calculate the pros and cons.
  3. Insurance

    Homeowner’s Insurance Gaps to Watch Out For

    Wind and flood damage. Sewer backups. Sinkholes. What coverage are you missing that could cost you a bundle in repairs?
  4. Credit & Loans

    How Risky Is Borrowing Online?

    Peer-to-peer lending is a new but fast-growing market, but the ease and convenience of using online lenders can entice you to overspend. So how safe is it?
  5. Savings

    How Much Is Your Used Nintendo Worth?

    The market for used electronics is growing rapidly. Whether you opt to sell online or in-person, you can make good money off of your used devices.
  6. Entrepreneurship

    How Much Is Your Spare Bedroom Worth?

    Instead of using your spare room for storage, why not rent it out? With some research and work, renting out a room can make you money and cut your bills.
  7. Credit & Loans

    Surprising Ways a Mortgage Affects a Credit Score

    It takes a good credit score to get favorable mortgage rates. Then, how you pay a mortgage will shape your score – just having one can lower it at first.
  8. Personal Wealth & Private Banking

    Plan Your Trip from NYC to Vegas Like a Rock Star

    Any commoner can afford a trip from New York to Las Vegas. However, if you’re ready to throw down some extra cash, you can do this trip in luxurious style.
  9. Personal Wealth & Private Banking

    Offshore Banking Isn’t Illegal. Hiding It Is

    If you want to put your money into an offshore account, go ahead. But be aware that it won’t be exempt from taxes.
  10. Home & Auto

    Where Rents Are Rising Most (Or Not So Much)

    If you’re in the market for rental housing, rents are rising more slowly in major metro areas; secondary-market rents, however, are growing faster.
  11. Savings

    Business Flyer Alert! New Rules for Multiple Stops

    Thanks to new rules, if you book a flight with multiple stops as one round trip, it may now cost more than if you book each leg as an individual ticket.
  12. Personal Finance

    The 25 Highest-Paying Companies (and Jobs) in America

    If you work for one of these 25 companies, you’re going to pull in a six-figure salary. Having the right job helps, too. Here's how to make the big money.
  13. Savings

    Why You Might Want a Seat That’s Worse Than Economy

    Surprise: The new basic economy airline ticket, dubbed “last class” by critics, might actually be worth the price. Here’s why.
  14. Budgeting

    Low-Income Households to Get Broadband Subsidy

    The FCC's recently approved broadband subsidy for low-income households should help many people get online. Not that everyone's in favor of it.
  15. Term

    Form 1095-B

    An IRS Form sent to individuals who received minimum essential coverage as defined by the Affordable Care Act.
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