Ideally, if you have to be arrested, you would want to have the means to both bail yourself out and hire a good criminal attorney right away. Unfortunately, a lot of people don't have the means to do both. Studies indicate that only about 39% of Americans have the cash on hand to deal with a $1000 emergency, and paying a bail bondsman and an attorney's retainer could easily come out to more than $1000.
- Having a credit card can be essential to making your life as convenient as possible. However, individuals that have limited experience with credit cards may be unsure of what factors they should be considering when they apply for credit cards. In order to make sure that you are a smart and prepared consumer, there are several tips and guidelines that should be followed. Know The Way You Intend To Use The Card
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can be an unfortunate fact of life for many police officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians (EMTs), and other first responders. Being the first on the scene at a car accident, domestic dispute, or four-alarm fire is not only stressful, it can be heartbreaking, and many first responders struggle with the advice to "leave work at work." But until now, first responders in Florida were unable to claim workers' compensation benefits for PTSD, even when this mental health condition could clearly be attributed to an on-the-job occurrence.
- Housing is very important because you obviously need somewhere to live and the right to shelter is a basic right of a human being. How are you going to decide how much you spend on a house or a luxury apartment if you cannot afford to buy a house? The thing is, you should never spend beyond your means or what you can afford. You should never put yourself in a situation where you are forced to live from paycheck to paycheck.
- In many parts of the country, rapidly-rising rental and housing prices have led would-be homeowners to take on roommates as a way to curb their housing expenses. If you're tired of paying rent toward a property you'll never own, you may be considering purchasing. But if you're not able to secure the necessary down payment for a home on your own, is going into this transaction with roommate friends or relatives an option?