Going Freelance? A 5-Step Financial Guide To Get You There

Posted on: 5 June 2016

In the so-called "gig economy," more and more people are turning to nontraditional freelance work instead of employee wages. While this has some great upsides – including the ability to control your hours and the type of work you take on – it's also harder to maintain a stable plan financially. If you're planning to join the freelance world, here are 5 ways you can create a financial plan for yourself. [Read More]

3 Reasons To Utilize A Title Loan

Posted on: 3 June 2016

A title loan is a type of loan that will provide you with money in exchange for your vehicle's title as collateral. If you do not pay back the loan, then the title loan service is able to seize the vehicle. Listed below are three reasons to utilize a title loan.  Easy To Qualify One of the biggest reasons to utilize a title loan is if you need access to extra money but do not have a good credit history. [Read More]

2 Ways That A Bail Bonds Service Can Help

Posted on: 3 June 2016

One of the hardest parts of being arrested for a crime is having to sit in a jail cell until your court date, especially if you cannot afford bail. However, a bail bond service can help you get out of that cell by paying for your bail after you pay a non-refundable fee and provide collateral. When you show up to your court date, the bail bonds service will forfeit any claim to the collateral that you provided and only keep the non-refundable fee. [Read More]

3 Must Haves For A Successful Bail Bond Service

Posted on: 3 June 2016

A career in bail bond services can be rewarding and lucrative, but like many others it requires careful planning. The average bondsman is looking at bringing in a $20,000-$40,000 first-year salary. But with the right tools and by making the right preparations, that figure can easily exceed six figures. If you're thinking of heading down the bail bondsman career path, here are three things you need in order to be successful. Education [Read More]